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SF Pride Names GM Nominees

By Sari Staver | Feb 7
The nominees, a diverse group of queer and straight people, were "selected for their contributions to the LGBTQ communities," according to officials with the San Francisco LGBT Pride Celebration Committee Inc.

San Francisco Park Reopens with New Outdoor Urinal

By Kristin J. Bender | Jan 30
San Francisco's iconic Dolores Park is now home to the city's first open-air urinal, the latest move to combat the destructive scourge of public urination in the City by the Bay.

API Wellness Center Expands Clinic Hours

By Matthew S. Bajko | Jan 16
The Asian and Pacific Islander Wellness Center has expanded the hours of its recently remodeled Wellness Clinic as it continues to make changes now that it has federal status.

NYC's Homeless Skeptical of Programs Intended to Help Them

By Verena Dobnik and Jonathan Lemire | Jan 13
All those interviewed said they would rather take their chances on the street in frigid weather than turn to a shelter system they described as filthy, violent, vermin-infested, and rife with mental illness and addiction.

Gay Rector to Lead San Leandro Episcopal Church

By Jason Hanasik | Jan 10
When Father Justin Cannon begins his tenure as rector at San Leandro All Saints Episcopal Church this month, he will, at 31, be one of the youngest senior pastors in the Episcopal Church. And that's not the only distinction he bears.

Women Honored at Chicago's Creating Change Conference

By EDGE | Jan 7
From January 20-24, the National LGBTQ Task Force's 28th Creating Change will be held at the Hilton Chicago. The event will honor prominent women in the movement.

Nevada Ballet Theatre Names Olivia Newton John Woman of the Year

Jan 6
On Saturday, January 23 at Wynn Las Vegas, the Nevada Ballet Theatre (NBT) will honor the multi-talented actress, singer, philanthropist and Las Vegas headliner Olivia Newton-John as Woman of the Year for the 32nd Annual Black & White Ball.

NYC's New HIV Prevention Campaign Targets Transgenders

By Winnie McCroy | Jan 6
A new public health campaign launched by the New York City Department of Health is targeting transgender people by featuring them in subway and bus ads promoting HIV prevention.

Year in Review 2015: The Carolinas - Looking back

By Jeff Taylor | Dec 24
Join us for a quick recap of the headlines from 2015.

Holiday Penis Pisses Off Passersby in Pricy Brooklyn Hood

Dec 14
Ho, Ho, WHOA!

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