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Now is the time to get a hep A shot

By by Gil F. Chavez | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
The United States is currently experiencing the largest person-to-person hepatitis A outbreak, which is predominantly affecting people who are homeless or who use drugs in unsanitary conditions, in more than two decades.


By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
Tonight (Jan. 18) the GLBT Historical Society will explore how queer people have been portrayed on screen.

Trans man, others suing CA prison system

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
Two queer female prisoners, a transgender inmate, and a gender nonconforming person who was formerly incarcerated are suing California's prison system claiming officers beat them up and sexually harassed them.

Political Notebook: Homelessness dominated Supe Ronen's freshman year

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
One issue dominated San Francisco Supervisor Hillary Ronen's first year in office: homelessness. And it is likely to be her main focus again this year.

Transmissions: Mothers against book reading

By Gwendolyn Ann Smith | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
One Million Moms is outraged. This, of course, is what One Million Moms does. Outrage is its business.

Coming up 'Gypsy'

By Brian Bromberger | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
The character of Mama Rose in "Gypsy" has been called the King Lear of musical theater, generally considered the greatest female role in musicals.

Jock Talk: Sin City Classic still fun, despite legal dispute

By Roger Brigham | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
The legal dispute over ownership of the Sin City Classic LGBT multi-sport festival does not appear to have cast a major pall over the event held during Martin Luther King Jr. weekend in Las Vegas.

News Briefs: Harvey Milk Plaza redesign meetings announced

By Cynthia Laird | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
The Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza is entering the next phase of the project to re-imagine the space above the Castro Muni station named for the gay slain supervisor and has announced dates for community meetings.

Rural school talk includes LGBT issues

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
State Assemblyman Tony Thurmond (D-Richmond) recently held a roundtable discussion at a rural high school on supporting LGBTQ youth in schools.

AIDS advocate, researcher Dr. Mathilde Krim dies

By Liz Highleyman | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
Dr. Mathilde Krim, a pioneering medical researcher and advocate for people living with HIV/AIDS, died at her home on Long Island, New York, Monday, January 15. She was 91.

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