Coming after cousin GeriThis edition of The Week in Gay is a potpourri (either a miscellaneous collection of stories or a mixture of dried flowers and spices) of four categories - plus an extra special bonus!Included are updates on the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell, the latest stories from San F ... More >>
You can't bar the disabled from federal housing. Ditto that for racial or religious minorities, the aged, or nearly any other group -- but homosexuals. Amazingly, in 2009, one can still be barred from a place in federally funded housing based upon his or her sexual orientation. In fact, San Francisc ... More >>
Naming one of the masterminds of the SFO Enterprises scandal as a "watchdog" over billions in public investment: city government or pulp fiction?
Gavin Newsom couldn't say enough about the need for workforce housing -- until it came time to back Prop. J
Muni's source for customer service expertise: Nordstrom
Why is the Democratic Party elite backing an underqualified party operative for the local judiciary?
Reformist Dems pour sand in the machine's money gears
Barry Weintraub's a joker, he's a voter, he's a Web-page stoker
Spurned by term limitations, Willie Brown turns his political affections on San Francisco. But how long will our small-town ways hold his fancy?
Roberta Achtenberg bristles when anyone dares say that Williw Brown is the one who gets things done. "I have gotten things done my entire life, right?" she says, citing when her accomplishments as a law school dean, her 800-page book on sexual orientatio
Small arts groups want the city to stop favoring the Gang of Six
In which Jack Davis repents, Clint Reilly froths, Roberta Achtenberg has a vision, Angela Alioto has an attitude, and the voters are the pigeons