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Online Extra: LGBTQ Update: Gay Sacramento nightclub's dress code met with accusations of racial profiling

By Alex Madison | Tuesday Sep 18, 2018
Gay Sacramento nightclub accused of racial profiling over dress code.

Finn Town owner plans upscale deli

By Sari Staver | Monday Sep 17, 2018
A new upscale deli, bakery, and gelateria plans to open in the Castro next year at 2215 Market Street, between Noe and Sanchez streets.

Online Extra: Political Notes: East Bay LGBT Dems back Oakland mayor, fail to endorse in Assembly race

By Matthew S. Bajko | Monday Sep 17, 2018
East Bay LGBT Dems endorse Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf but remain split over Assembly race with lesbian candidate Jovanka Beckles.

LGBT cultural plan calls for expansion of SF trans office

By Matthew S. Bajko | Friday Sep 14, 2018
Under a proposed plan for how San Francisco can protect and enhance its LGBT cultural heritage, the focus of the Mayor's Office of Transgender Initiatives would be expanded into more of an LGBTQ affairs office.

SFAF honors 'Pose's' Porter

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
A slice of "Pose" came to San Francisco last weekend, as Billy Porter, a co-star of the hit FX show, presided over a "walk-off" contest that was a highlight of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation's Tribute Celebration.

Kids rule at Oakland Pride

By Jack Shea | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
Kids. There were hundreds of them marching in this year's Oakland Pride parade.

Lily Tomlin returns

By Sari Staver | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
The incomparable Lily Tomlin returns to the Bay Area stage for a benefit performance of her one-woman show "An Evening of the Classic Lily Tomlin." The award-winning actress will perform a two-hour show on Thurs., Sept. 20, 8 p.m. at Zellerbach Hall.

Revisiting the Rose

By Sari Staver | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
David Pavlovsky's new 30-minute documentary, "Stand Up, Stand Out," tells the story of three gay teachers' fight for equal rights during the 1970s gay liberation movement, which led to the founding of the Valencia Rose Cabaret.

Guest Opinion: Everybody's wrong in NLGJA fiasco

By Steve Friess | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists was concluding a lovely annual convention in Palm Springs last weekend when a nice man said a stupid thing and a lot of other presumably nice, reasonable people became angry.

Editorial: Zhao made herself unacceptable

By BAR Editorial Board | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
San Francisco school board candidate Josephine Zhao did the right thing when she announced Monday that she was exiting the race. In fact, had she not done so, this editorial would have called on her to withdraw.

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