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Green-Light District

Through the Compton's TLGB District, trans women of color have fought to stay in the Tenderloin, where the fight for queer liberation began more than 50 years ago.

 

Build, Build, Build

A new national study says S.F. needs to construct 71,668 apartments by 2030 to keep up with demand.

 


News

A Wrinkle In the Point-In-Time

The biennial homeless count in S.F. provides interesting data in a flawed package.

 

Engineering Internet For All of San Francisco

City Hall is chasing a high-speed internet dream that would bring an internet connection to every San Francisco home and improve everyone's speed.

 




Music

Trina, Da Baddest Bitch, Comes to Town

The Diamond Princess headlines Swagger Like Us' Pride party at Mezzanine on Saturday, June 24.

 

The Weedman Signs Off

After 44 years on the air, 107.7 The Bone's Steve Seaweed hosts his final radio show on Friday, June 30.

 


Culture

No Id10t

Power-nerd Chris Hardwick's ID10T Music Festival + Comic Conival brings all his passions together — and no, the name is not a put down of anyone's intelligence.

 

Sex Without Condoms

Honoring the gay men lost to HIV by taking full advantage of the world their sacrifice yielded.

 


Dining

Right-Wing News Site Dismisses Coastal Elites, Hawks Central Coast Wine

The Daily Caller, amid incessant shrieking about "liberal elites," sells $90 sets of "Les Deplorables" Central Coast Chardonnay and Cabernet. You know, to the Real Americans out there.

 

A Round of Jazz Hands at B-Side

SFJAZZ Center's lounge has a full kitchen, too.

 


Film

The Bad Batch

Although the production values are higher than on Ana Lily Amirpour's debut film — and hello, Jason Momoa — she's capable of more.

 

Frameline 41, Week 2

Your favorite LGBT film festival concludes once more, but not without a documentary on Jayne Mansfield's ties to Satanism in S.F.