Frameline 44, San Francisco’s international LGBTQ film festival, opens with a live, in-person drive-in event Thursday Sept. 17. It’s the world premiere of Shit & Champagne, written by and starring Oasis night club owner D’Arcy...

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With performance venues closed since March, how are theatre companies surviving? Many are using relatively new technologies – Zoom and other video conference platforms, for example – but a small SF theatre company has turned...

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Meet Imani Rupert-Gordon, the National Center for Lesbian Rights’ new executive director. A long-time social worker and activist for LGBTQ people of color, Rupert-Gordon took the helm at the ground-breaking SF-based feminist LGBTQ legal organization in March, just as COVID-19...

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How are young LGBTQ people coping with COVID-19? Especially as it becomes more clear that most schools and colleges will be online-only this fall. When schools and colleges closed in the spring, many queer youth...

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On top of the health risks and financial hardships individuals face, the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to overwhelm critical Bay Area non-profits, from social service providers to cultural outlets. Horizons Foundation says by late August, it...

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