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Online registration for the 2019 EuroGames was suspended this week.
Brewcade, the popular arcade and craft beer bar on upper Market Street in San Francisco's gay Castro district, is moving forward with its expansion plans into an adjacent restaurant space and opening up its entertainment offerings to all ages.
A statewide medical professional group has come out in opposition to legislation that would ban medically unnecessary surgeries performed on intersex infants in California.
Members of Fresno's LGBT community are "outraged" over a plea deal reached with a man charged in the fatal stabbing of a transgender woman nearly four years ago.
Lesbian state Assemblywoman Susan Talamantes Eggman will run for state Senate in 2020, boosting the likelihood that the California Legislative LGBT Caucus will maintain its current membership of seven or see it increase in December next year.
Project Inform, one of the nation's longest-running HIV education and advocacy organizations, has terminated its staff and is likely to cease operations, the Bay Area Reporter has learned.
The Castro Merchants is set to elect real estate agent Masood Samereie as its next president when it meets April 4. He has been selling property in the city's LGBT neighborhood since 2003.
We were puzzled by the discovery a couple of months ago that Equality California, the statewide LGBT advocacy group, was planning to honor San Francisco International Airport at its Equality Awards gala in the city in May.
Governor Gavin Newsom is open to developing a statewide plan to end the interrelated epidemics of HIV, hepatitis C, and sexually transmitted diseases like syphilis and gonorrhea, the Bay Area Reporter has learned.
March goes out like a lion, at least on the San Francisco music scene this year.
You can judge both the book and the subject by the cover of Pete Buttigieg's new autobiography, "Shortest Way Home: One Mayor's Challenge and a Model for America's Future" (Liveright).
Books tend to pile up on the Arts desk. Here are some interesting volumes worth calling attention to, with attendant squibs.
Native San Franciscan playwright Lauren Yee has had a winning streak on home turf this winter, with major productions of both her loose, kooky "King of the Yees" at the San Francisco Playhouse, and her basketball-themed drama "The Great Leap" at ACT.
Playwright Bess Wohl gives deliciously malicious spin to fast-foodery in her comedy "American Hero," now in director Allie Moss' funny, fine-grained production at the Custom Made Theatre Company.
The American Film Institute named Humphrey Bogart (1899-1957) the #1 male legend of the 20th Century.
Blow Buddies, a private gay sex club that's operated in South of Market since 1988, could be in danger of closure. The owner is trying to sell the building, which is located at 933 Harrison Street.
Costumes are encouraged on March 23, when Congregation Shaar Zahav, San Francisco's synagogue for LGBTQ Jews, families and friends, celebrates Purim, a joyous holiday which is Judaism's answer to Halloween.
One of the annual projects of the San Francisco Bay Area Leather Alliance is producing the Leather Alliance Weekend, which took place February 28 through March 3. The weekend included the San Francisco Bootblack and Mr. San Francisco Leather 2019 contest.
Aguilas El Ambiente, the local organization dedicated to creating a supportive, culturally sensitive environment for gay/bisexual Latinos, hosted a festive Carnival party at the LGBT Center on February 28.
Even after last week's multitude of Leather events, more fun awaits in the San Francisco Bay Area for leather and other kinksters.
Spring into nightlife fun as hunks, punks, drags, kings and DJ queens entertain your every eve.