SF’s Annual LBGTQ+ Frameline Film Festival Postponed Until FallFrameline, one of the world's most highly regarded LGBTQ+ film festivals, announced Tuesday that it is postponing its 44th San Francisco Bay Area program originally set for mid-to-late June.
El Rio, Popular LGBTQ Bar In San Francisco, To Be Preserved Through City Hall ProgramA popular bar in San Francisco has been acquired through the city's Small Sites Program, ensuring that the space and the apartments located above it will stay permanently affordable.
Big Tech Firms Proudly Tout Inclusion, Diversity At Silicon Valley PrideSan Jose held its annual Pride Parade Sunday morning and what began as a people-oriented gathering has become a company event.
Oakley City Councilmembers Push Back Against LBGTQ Pride Month ProclamationTwo Oakley City Councilmembers wanted to stop Mayor Claire Alaura from reading a citywide proclamation recognizing Pride Month.
State Launches Investigation Of Insurance Denials For HIV Prevention Drug Users State officials have launched an investigation of companies who may be denying life insurance coverage to individuals taking a widely used medicine to prevent HIV infections.
Transgender Pride Flag Raised Over San Jose City Hall For First TimeOn a seemingly ordinary Tuesday in San Jose, the light pink, blue and white stripes of the Transgender Pride flag was raised over the Santa Clara County government building at City Hall for the first time.