'In the Heights' Delights at First Pride Movie Night at Oracle ParkThis year's Pride Celebration roared into San Francisco Friday evening, punctuated by the rumble of motorcycles from Dykes on Bikes, on the first-ever Pride Movie Night at Oracle Park.
AIDS at 40: San Francisco Played Key Role in AIDS FightSan Francisco played a critical role in fighting AIDS in America and around the world, leaders and activists said Saturday at a ceremony in Golden Gate Park to mark the 40th anniversary of the first reported cases of the illness.
Pride Flag Flown At Gilroy City Hall Following Objections By Some City LeadersFor the first time in the city's history, Gilroy is flying the Pride flag outside City Hall, but not without controversy.
SF Kicks Off Pride Month With Pink Triangle Lighting Ceremony The 26th annual Pink Triangle lighting ceremony kicked off Pride month with music amidst heavy fog and elected leaders including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi high above San Francisco Tuesday night.
Pandemic Pride Month Kicks Off With Pink Torch Procession From Oakland To SFWith the roar of an engine, Dykes on Bikes kicked off Pride Month in the Bay Area with the first ever Pink Torch Procession from Oakland to San Francisco to light the pink triangle on Twin Peaks.
Novato To Hold First Ever LGBTQ+ Pride Celebration This MonthThe City of Novato announced Tuesday plans for the city’s first ever LGBTQ+ celebrations for Pride Month, which will include online events and new city logos.
Pink Torch Procession From Oakland San Francisco’s Pink Triangle To Kick Off Pride MonthTo launch Pride Month, a pink torch will be run from Oakland across the Bay Bridge to the acre-sized pink triangle on San Francisco's Twin Peaks, which will be illuminated Tuesday night in an opening ceremony.
Pink Triangle Installed on San Francisco Twin Peaks as Symbol of Pride MonthVolunteers installed the 26th annual Pink Triangle on Twin Peaks in San Francisco on Saturday afternoon in preparation for the start of Pride Month on Tuesday.
Frameline Announces Schedule For World’s Largest LGBTQ+ Film FestivalOrganizers behind Frameline, also known as the San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival, announced on Tuesday its 17-day-long schedule for this year’s festival, its 45th, which they plan to be the biggest in the festival’s history.
State Remembers Slain Gay Rights Activist Harvey Milk On 91st BirthdayGov. Gavin Newsom proclaimed Saturday Harvey Milk Day on what would have been the slain Gay Rights activist's 91st birthday.
San Francisco Rally Brings Diverse Communities Together to Condemn Asian HatePeople from different racial backgrounds and ages showed up at Harvey Milk plaza in the Castro District Sunday to denounce the mass murder in Atlanta and nationwide attacks on Asian Americans.
Bill Would Require California Retailers To Have Gender-Neutral Sections; Violators Face FinesRetail stores in California may be required to maintain gender-neutral sections for clothes, toys and childcare articles under a new proposal from a Bay Area lawmaker.
House Passes Equality Act, Bolstering Legal Protections for LGBTQ AmericansThe House passed a bill on Thursday known as the Equality Act, which would enshrine legal protections for LGBTQ Americans by amending existing civil rights laws to prevent businesses and institutions from discriminating against people based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
SJPD To Undergo Sensitivity Training To Ensure LGBTQ Community Is Treated With RespectThe San Jose Police Department has unveiled a brand-new policy aimed at ensuring members of the LGBTQ community are treated with respect by its officers.
San Francisco Supervisors To Vote On Moving Forward With Landmark Designation For SF Eagle BarThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will vote on a resolution that could give landmark status to the historic SF Eagle bar.