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Gay Bars Bet on Virtual Happy Hours to Save Them From Extinction

Shelley Brothers doesn’t know how much longer her bar can survive. For 17 years, Brothers has been co-owner of Wildrose, a homey storefront bar with giant windows overlooking Seattle’s Capitol Hill. The bar, which…

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Exploring how Los Angeles art museums have curated virtual visitor experiences

American museums have survived wars, famines and economic depressions. Even so, COVID-19 is proving difficult to navigate for some of Los Angeles’ most established institutions. Some museums have exhibition archives they can dip…

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5 Great Travel Experiences to Plan Post COVID-19

Who would have thought that we would have to get through a pandemic in order to appreciate the small things we have, such as the ability to simply pack our bags and hit…

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The Apple contingent sported rainbow-colored balloons in last year's San Francisco Pride parade. Photo: Jane Philomen Cleland

2020 San Francisco Pride ‘will look very different,’ ED says

San Francisco Pride is working with City Hall to make major changes to the 50th annual parade and festival, which is scheduled for June 27-28, in light of the novel coronavirus outbreak. “It…

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Queer festivals, drag performances and LGBTQ meetups turn digital

“The space between you and me is longer than forever,” reads Pickle, a drag queen sporting a bedazzled denim jacket and blue and pink streaks in her hair. Pickle is reading from “Firebird,”…

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Gay Pride organizations around the world to host virtual ‘Global Pride’ in June amid coronavirus cancellations

Pride celebrates our freedom and promotes equality (thank you, Stonewall rioters.) With anti-LGBTQ hate groups on the rise in U.S., the LGBT community has plenty of reasons to band together. And not even…

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One of the heart plaques embedded in the sidewalk of Eagle Plaza recognizes the friends group that is helping with the project. Photo: Matthew S. Bajko

SF leather plaza inches along in SOMA

The first half of San Francisco’s under-construction plaza dedicated to leather culture is now accessible to passersby on foot or bicycle. The remaining section isn’t expected to be complete until late April or…

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Why Drag Queens Are Canaries in SF’s Coronavirus Mine

I went for a walk in Corona Heights Park in the Castro a couple Fridays ago after I heard the gay bars were closing due to the shelter-in-place order. Next to the fence…

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6 Los Angeles Museums You’re Really Going to Want to Visit Online

Now that we’re all sheltering in place, we’re browsing the internet for ways (in addition to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and whatever else) to keep ourselves entertained. Or at the very least, something…

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A white courtyard with a tremendous statue of a muscular man lost in ponderous thought, raised on a plinth.

Take virtual tours of San Francisco streets, museums, and cultural institutions without leaving home

For most people in San Francisco right now, the sights—and sites—that make this city one of the most famous and beautiful destinations in the world may seem as far away as they do…

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