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Sisters' Easter Celebration @ Dolores Park

By Steven Underhill | Wednesday Apr 24, 2019
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence celebrated Easter Sunday and their 40th anniversary on April 21 by returning to Dolores Park for a well-attended picnic-filled party of thousands.

New owners of Pink Sonoma venue have anti-LGBT past

By Charlie Wagner | Wednesday Apr 24, 2019
Controversy about Out in the Vineyard's upcoming Pink Sonoma Saturday event erupted late last week because one of the new owners of the venue has penned anti-LGBT posts on social media.

Buttigieg dodges GOP attack at town hall

By Lisa Keen | Wednesday Apr 24, 2019
The loudest and most sustained applause for gay presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg during a CNN town hall Monday night came for his politically unorthodox response to a recently launched attack on him by the Trump administration.

Political Notebook: Philly lawyer aims to be 1st trans male judge

Wednesday Apr 24, 2019
A Philadelphia lawyer is aiming to make LGBT political history this year by becoming the country's first elected transgender male judge.

Hunky Jesus crowned

By BAR staff | Wednesday Apr 24, 2019
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence named a new hunky Jesus during their 40th anniversary Easter in the park party at Mission Dolores Park.

Gay Aussie DJ pleads not guilty in bizarre Castro kidnap case

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Apr 24, 2019
A gay Australian DJ has pleaded not guilty to felony charges of kidnapping and child endangerment following a bizarre incident in the Castro whereby he allegedly grabbed a 2-year-old boy and took off with him.

New SF State dean honored

By BAR staff | Wednesday Apr 24, 2019
LGBT scholar Amy Sueyoshi, Ph.D., was honored at Asian Pacific Islander Queer Women and Transgender Community's Lunar New Year Banquet in Berkeley last weekend.

Editorial: AHF sinks to new low

By BAR Editorial Board | Wednesday Apr 24, 2019
In the ongoing saga over state housing legislation, the Los Angeles-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation has sunk to a new low that should disgust all participants in the debate.

Vienna is ready to shine for EuroPride

Wednesday Apr 24, 2019
Rainbow flags and banners will fill Vienna's Ringstrasse as more than 200,000 people are expected to parade through the Imperial City's main boulevard to its Town Hall for EuroPride in June.

Guest Opinion: Why I support Buttigieg for president

By Kevin Dowling | Wednesday Apr 24, 2019
I had heard of Pete Buttigieg before he started running for president in February.

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