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3/27/2013

After this week's landmark Supreme Court hearings on the constitutionality of Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act, we asked two of the region's... More»

3/14/2013

Bar-crawlers from the rest of the country—and the world—have to plan their nights a little differently when in San Francisco. That's because the... More»

2/27/2013

“You have been twisted by nature into something foul, and even I can see that you did not ask for it.” So said Carson the butler to the sad gay... More»

2/27/2013

Alive, Aaron Swartz fought to keep information free. But in a sad twist, his untimely death may turn out to be the spark that leads to real change—and... More»

2/21/2013

"They hired a really good looking guy to play me, so I say go for it," said... More»

2/13/2013

“I was always the tallest kid in my class,” Scott Wiener recalls. Eventually topping out at 6 feet, 7 inches, the future lawyer... More»

2/6/2013

In a move that surprised no one, Mayor... More»

1/30/2013

It’s 7:30 a.m., and Theo Ellington is a little nervous. He’s onstage, facing a sleepy crowd in a... More»

1/17/2013

After years of budget battles and stymied bills on everything from aqueducts to zoo animals, California just swore in Democrats to more... More»

1/15/2013

Jennifer Siebel Newson, the wife of Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom, may have started her career in front of the camera, but she has had a much greater... More»

1/9/2013

David Chiu needed just six votes at yesterday's meeting of the Board of Supervisors. He ended up with all 11—though not without difficulty. Chiu... More»