Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 25 / 23 June 2016
 
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Homeless issues at Castro library addressed

San Francisco officials and others are working to address homeless encampments and other issues that have persisted for years... (read more)

To the city and people of San Francisco

Like you, we are frustrated, confused, and dismayed by the seemingly intractable problem of homelessness in our city. (read more)

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Pride: Fighting for justice

Click here for our special section for Pride, including interviews with many of the Grand Marshals. (read more)

For 1st time, Pridegoers in SF to be screened

Metal detectors and bag checks will greet the hundreds of thousands of people attending this weekend's San Francisco LGBT Pride celebration... (read more)

Live SF Pride broadcast axed

If you want to see this year's San Francisco Pride parade live, you will have to venture down to Market Street to view it in person. (read more)

Latinos march for Orlando

Hundreds of LGBT Latinos and their supporters marched from the Castro to the Mission Saturday, shrouded in grief for the 49 lives lost in the mass shooting... (read more)

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Film - Further reflections: Frameline 40 wraps up

The San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival's last four days offer a string of intense dramas, mostly focused... (read more)

Fine Arts - Photo finish: 'LGBTQ Chronicled'

From 1930s clandestine Mattachine Society meetings to the June 12 Castro candlelight vigil honoring the victims of the Orlando massacre... (read more)

Out There - Frameline strikes a pose

This year more than ever, we needed to be with our LGBTQ brothers and sisters at opening night of the San Francisco LGBTQ Film Festival. (read more)

Books - Manly health advice by Walt Whitman

I thought it would be somewhere between cute and cool to write in our Pride Issue about the newly discovered Walt Whitman articles that address, head-on, manliness. (read more)

Out & About - Rainbow connections

Thousands, millions strong, we and our allies celebrate this weekend. (read more)

Books - Hadrian & Antinous: Passion & mystery

The word "homosexuality" was coined by English writer Charles Gilbert Chaddock in 1892. (read more)

Music - Boy oh boys!

They're sexy, they're trained musicians, and they sing. (read more)

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