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Leno to Run for SF Mayor in June

By Matthew S. Bajko | Saturday Dec 16, 2017
The sudden death of Mayor Ed Lee Tuesday in the middle of his second term scrambles the plans of those who were seeking to replace him, including the man seeking to become San Francisco's first LGBT mayor.

Lee Left Lasting LGBT Legacy

By Matthew S. Bajko | Saturday Dec 16, 2017
During his nearly seven years as mayor of San Francisco, Ed Lee left a lasting legacy on LGBT rights.

Jackie Beat :: Wickedly Funny Holiday Wit with LA's Satire Song Queen

By Jim Gladstone | Thursday Dec 14, 2017
"If I had to define myself as more of a performer or a writer, I'd choose writer," says the thoughtful 52-year-old who will appear at Oasis on Sunday, December 17, as his outrageous alter-ego, drag star Jackie Beat.

On the Tab :: Dec. 14 - 21

Thursday Dec 14, 2017
Enjoy holiday events, and some that aren't. Because we all have choices in our faith decisions ... for now.

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Dies

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Thursday Dec 14, 2017
The news of San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee's death shocked city officials, residents, and political leaders around the region. Many LGBTs and allies praised his efforts to help the community, especially people living with HIV and AIDS.

Music for the holiday season, part 1

By Jason Victor Serinus | Wednesday Dec 13, 2017
Welcome to the first installment of our two-part survey of Christmas music.

What to watch: DVDs for holiday giving

By Tavo Amador | Wednesday Dec 13, 2017
Why not give film-lovers on your holiday gift list one of these DVDs, and let them chill out at home?

Keeping the pig in Pygmalion

By Tim Pfaff | Wednesday Dec 13, 2017
"On the Proper Disposition of One's James Levine Recordings."

For LGBTQ book-lovers on your gift list

By Gregg Shapiro | Wednesday Dec 13, 2017
The following recommended titles are by LGBTQ authors in the fiction, poetry and nonfiction genres.

When the Moral Stakes are High

By Richard Dodds | Wednesday Dec 13, 2017
If audiences saw how the regal class could rise to an occasion in "Watch on the Rhine," perhaps they could emulate that behavior.

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