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Editorial: Time for a gay board president

By BAR Editorial Board | Wednesday Dec 12, 2018
Members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors are maneuvering for the upcoming board presidency in January, and from the comments on some recent online articles, it's getting ugly.

Help is on the Way for the Holidays @ Marines' Memorial Theatre

By Steven Underhill | Wednesday Dec 12, 2018
The stars shone brightly at the Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation's annual holiday-themed benefit concert held Dec. 10 at the Marines' Memorial Theatre.

Business Briefs: Home decor store spruces up Castro retail scene

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Dec 12, 2018
A new gay-owned home decor store is sprucing up the retail scene in San Francisco's Castro district just in time to assist residents of the gayborhood with their holiday shopping needs.

Castro Hanukkah celebration draws crowd

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Dec 12, 2018
A festive menorah and traditional pastries were part of the recent Hanukkah celebration in the Castro.

History made in Santa Cruz

By BAR staff | Wednesday Dec 12, 2018
Trans man Adam Spickler makes history.

Arts Events Dec 13-20, 2018

By Events Editor | Wednesday Dec 12, 2018
At year's end, consider all the artists whose work you have yet to see, hear and enjoy.

A family affair

By BAR staff | Wednesday Dec 12, 2018
Laura Parmer-Lohan is sworn in to seat on San Carlos City Council.

Castro fair gives back

By BAR staff | Wednesday Dec 12, 2018
The Castro Street Fair held its check distribution party for nonprofit groups that helped out.

News Briefs: Impact Partners to help homeless for holidays

By Cynthia Laird | Wednesday Dec 12, 2018
San Francisco Impact Partners, which was started by gay city resident Shaun Haines last year, is ramping up to help people who are homeless this holiday season.

Commentary: Resist: Serving (and) feeding the people

By Christina A. DiEdoardo | Wednesday Dec 12, 2018
In Bay Area activist circles, we often draw — whether consciously or otherwise — a hard distinction between "actions" (which cost money and resources) and "fundraisers."

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