You heard it right; you're not high.
Governor Gavin Newsom acknowledged Monday that he had made a "bad mistake" by attending a dinner party earlier this month at the exclusive French Laundry restaurant in Yountville to celebrate a friend's 50th birthday.
Governor Gavin Newsom has joked about it, but it should not be surprising that Democrats of all stripes are vying to promote potential nominees as he decides on a successor to California Senator Kamala Harris.
GLAAD recently reported in its 2020 Accelerating Acceptance Study that a majority of Americans, both LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ, believe that LGBTQ people are mostly protected by federal laws — when, in fact, they are not.
Pope Francis has indicated that he is a pontiff who wants the Catholic Church to look outward and engage with the wider world, and to emphasize the pastoral care of marginalized people whether they are Catholics or not.
This week California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that he had created a scientific safety review workgroup to advise the state on COVID-19 vaccines.
The final presidential debate set for October 22 must include at least one question about LGBTQ issues, especially since President Donald Trump has spent his entire term rolling back our rights and attempting to make us invisible.
Our final endorsements are for the District 3 Oakland City Council race and one of the City Council seats in Pinole.
There are a bevy of LGBTQ candidates seeking office in the November 3 election.
Here are the Bay Area Reporter's election endorsements. Links go to editorials.
We often find at least some San Francisco props worth rejecting, but not this year.
In an unprecedented move, all 12 LGBTQ newspapers belonging to the National LGBT Media Association have endorsed Joe Biden and Kamala Harris ahead of the November 3 election.
In a continuing effort to receive support from readers, the Bay Area Reporter has launched its membership program.