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SF offers LGBT seniors end-of-life services

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Jan 16, 2019
As a growing number of LGBT seniors call San Francisco home, the city and local nonprofits are aiming to help them confront myriad end-of-life concerns.

SF mayor seeks permit for leather plaza

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Jan 16, 2019
San Francisco Mayor London Breed has stepped in to expedite the permit process for the construction of a leather-themed parklet in the city's South of Market neighborhood.

Roxie names new ED

By Sari Staver | Wednesday Jan 16, 2019
The Roxie Theater, San Francisco's longtime independent cinema, has hired its lesbian general manager as its next executive director.

Bare Chest Calendar raises $200K for PRC

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Jan 16, 2019
Bare Chest Calendar's class of 2019 joined executives from beneficiary organization PRC to celebrate the calendar's publication and to commemorate the $201,261 raised by the calendar's models.

Editorial: Berkeley needs to improve ped safety

By BAR Editorial Board | Wednesday Jan 16, 2019
Berkeley must stop procrastinating and start implementing its Vision Zero program to reduce traffic deaths and injuries.

Political Notebook: GOP CA legislators do well on LGBT scorecard

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Jan 16, 2019
An overwhelming majority of Republican legislators in California earned scores of 50 percent or more on the 2018 Legislative Scorecard compiled by Equality California, the statewide LGBT advocacy group.

Redstone tenants rally to save SF building

By Tony Taylor | Wednesday Jan 16, 2019
After over a century as a hub of community activism, the 55,000 square foot red brick building at the corner of 16th and Capp streets has fallen prey to wealthy real estate developers.

Chechnya renews persecution of LGBTs, activists say

By Heather Cassell | Wednesday Jan 16, 2019
LGBT activists sounded the alarm that Chechen authorities have renewed their crackdown on LGBTs in Chechnya, detaining several gay men and women.

Sparse turnout for info on Castro film shoot

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Jan 16, 2019
CBS Films will shoot scenes of a new movie, "The Phone," in the Castro next week, but residents didn't seem too concerned about the project as only a half-dozen showed up at a recent informational meeting.

SF bridge club has success, offers lessons

By Sari Staver | Wednesday Jan 16, 2019
When a handful of gay men got together to play bridge regularly in 1978, they had no idea the group would be setting attendance records four decades later.

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