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Longtime California Senator Dianne Feinstein addressed the dangers presented by leaders of North Korea and Syria, as well as President Donald Trump Monday at a rowdy town hall in the city.
Reading the book, due out April 25, it's hard not to imagine Osbourne's distinct British accent, signature potty mouth, and chic lavender, punk hair style as her voice shines through the pages of the light, hilarious, and at times, devastatingly sad book.
On Monday night, in a benefit performance for the Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation, Eddie Sarfaty will be back with a full hour at Oasis.
For attorney David Waggoner, a former co-president of the Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club, last weekend was going to be fun and relaxing with his close friend, Aimar Sahae. Then, the pair say, things went wrong.
A group of about 50 LGBT activists gathered outside the Russian Consulate in San Francisco Tuesday, demanding that the Chechen Republic end its abuse of gay people there.
In May, the Rob Hill Campground in the Presidio will welcome LGBTQ families for the first-ever Queer Family Camp.
Spring uncoils, but the scene remains lively across the Bay Area. Here are the places to be, and events new and evergreen.
The 400-plus-object show, mostly drawn from the museum's permanent collection, is unapologetically superficial, and that's cool. I mean, when is the last time you've been to a museum that quoted Jerry Garcia?
Following an impressive 40-year career in the courtroom as an attorney and judge, LaDoris Cordell is making her Hollywood debut. Last Friday night, April 7, Cordell starred as the judge in the premier of "You the Jury."
The LGBT community's largest, and only, national online fundraising effort - Give OUT Day - is approaching, and those involved with past efforts say that support is needed now more than ever.