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Jock Talk: Marathoner conquers the North Pole

By Roger Brigham | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
I asked Larry Rich what it was like running a marathon at the North Pole. He spoke to me about the strange sound the snow made beneath his feet. That made all the sense in the world to me.

Guest Opinion: SF fur ban may spark larger social movement

By Rob Daroff | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors recently voted to ban fur sales, making it the third and largest U.S. city to pass such a prohibition.

Union organizer, teacher John Mehring dies

By Cynthia Laird | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
John Mehring, a gay man who was a local union organizer and teacher, died March 30 at a hospital in Minneapolis. He was 65.

Take a quick visit to Palm Springs before summer

By Charlie Wagner | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
You may have no interest in tennis, tanning, or cocktails by a pale blue pool, but sometimes, San Francisco is just too cool and gray. What about a place where locals boast, "Winter's over in less than a month?"

Fresh ideas bandied at Castro fair meeting

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
Community meeting held to discuss new ideas for this year's Castro Street Fair.

City moves SOMA leather cultural district forward

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
The supervisors' Land Use Committee voted Monday to move a plan to establish an LGBTQ and Leather Cultural District in South of Market forward to the full board for approval.

SF, Cork Ireland seek stronger LGBT ties

By BAR staff | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
San Francisco and Cork, Ireland jointly seek membership in the Rainbow Cities Network.

Director departs South Bay queer youth agency

By Heather Cassell | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
For nearly a decade, Cassandra "Cassie" Blume has worked on behalf of Santa Clara County's LGBT youth as the director of programs at the LGBTQ Youth Space in San Jose.

Growing up in the South was 'resistance' for Davis

By Sari Staver | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
Growing up in segregated schools in Birmingham, Alabama, in the 1950s, social justice activist Angela Davis said she learned the importance of "daily resistance."

Spring has sprung at SFMOMA

By Sura Wood | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
SFMOMA's "The Train: RFK's Last Journey," a slim but thought-provoking exhibition, assembles the work of three artists from different eras and parts of the world.

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