June is Pride Month, when San Francisco holds its 45th annual parade and celebration throughout the weekend of June 27 through June 28, 2015. The party extends to the city’s clubs, bars, resto-lounges and dance floors, some of which have been supporting the gay community for decades.
A November 2014 business survey of visitors and residents in San Francisco’s Castro and Upper Market neighborhoods indicates that new arrivals to the rapidly-growing area are less likely to identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender.
A three-alarm fire in San Francisco’s Castro District that burned two buildings on Saturday displaced a dozen people and resulted in an estimated combined total of $1.4 million in damage.
For the fifth time in a week, a vehicle was found engulfed in flames in San Francisco’s Castro District on Sunday morning.
The owners of the restaurant in the Castro District, which is a little over a week old, have decided to change the name to Hecho after much public outcry over the original name.
Refer to this weekend guide to San Francisco covering some other areas not as touristy but equally entertaining.
The organization has filed a lawsuit against the city over its strict rules regarding chain stores, after trying to move to a new office and pharmacy in the Castro District.
Although San Francisco has many world famous attractions, with some planning, all of them can be visited over a weekend or three-day holiday.
The first U.S. stamp to feature an openly gay elected official is prompting outcry from the Christian fundamentalist group American Family Association.
Sullivan’s Funeral Home and Cremation Services owner Jim Sullivan said he has been thinking of retiring and selling the valuable plot of land, now that his kids are grown and have their own careers.