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Alameda County to receive federal funding to reduce new HIV infections

Friday Jul 19, 2019
Alameda County is one of eight in California and 48 in the nation that ranks among those with the highest burden of new HIV infections.

Southern California dreaming: LGBTs flock to downtown Long Beach

Wednesday Jul 17, 2019
Having grown up in the East Bay city of Fremont, Antone Sylvia spent most of his early 20s living in San Francisco. A gay man and business analyst for Wells Fargo, he dreamed of owning his own home.

Maitri names 5th ED in 5 years

Wednesday Jul 17, 2019
Maitri Compassionate Care, a San Francisco hospice for people dying of AIDS established in 1987, this month announced its new executive director.

SF Pride names interim ED

Wednesday Jul 17, 2019
Fred Lopez, who has worked for the organization that oversees San Francisco Pride for the last several years, was tapped by the board to be its interim executive director.

Southern California dreaming: Palm Springs attracts younger LGBTs

Wednesday Jul 17, 2019
Mention Palm Springs to most LGBT people and they will think of it either as a winter tourist hotspot or a retirement community for gay men.

Editorial: GLAAD's continued irrelevancy

By BAR Editorial Board | Wednesday Jul 17, 2019
Last month, the New York Times published a feature article about GLAAD, the supposed national LGBT media watchdog organization. It began, "GLAAD almost died in 2014."

East Bay programs go on hiatus

Wednesday Jul 17, 2019
Sam Ames has now taken over as interim executive director at Our Family Coalition, and with East Bay programming on hiatus for the summer, they are working to familiarize themselves with the LGBT family agency and gear up for the fall.

San Francisco leads in PrEP use

Wednesday Jul 17, 2019
Almost all gay and bisexual men in San Francisco who are at risk for HIV know about PrEP and more than one in six are using it, according to new figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

A solemn task at AIDS grove

By BAR staff | Wednesday Jul 17, 2019
Engravers came to the National AIDS Memorial Grove last week to install the names of people who have died of HIV/AIDS.

Political Notebook: Sex-positive SF Dem Club seeks chartering from local party

Wednesday Jul 17, 2019
A new political club for polyamorous, queer, and kink Democrats is seeking to be officially chartered by local party officials next week.

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