Entertainment :: Culture

Out on the Mountain, Where the Gays Go to Play

By Ken Knox | Sep 13
The event serves two purposes: To provide an all-ages, LGBT-specific event built around the park's attractions and to serve as a fundraiser for a number of charities as well as organizations whose missions can positively impact the gay community.

National Hispanic Heritage Month

By Mike Halterman | Sep 13
National Hispanic Heritage Month starts on September 15 and runs through October 15. The special month celebrates Hispanic culture and Hispanic people's contributions to United States history.

'The Sims 4'

Video Game Company to Fix Anti-Gay 'Glitch' in 'Sims 4'

By Jason St. Amand | Sep 9
Officials from video game company Electronic Arts announced this week that it would fix an anti-gay "glitch" in its newly released computer game "The Sims 4."

Tom of Finland stamps

Tom of Finland Stamps Are an International Success

By Jason St. Amand | Sep 9
The Tom of Finland postage stamps are a huge, international success -- selling stamps in in 178 countries, including the U.S., Britain and France.

Britain's Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge hold George, the Prince of Cambridge

British Royal Couple Expecting Second Child

By Gregory Katz | Sep 8
Prince George is not going to be an only child for long - the toddler will soon have a baby sister or brother to share his fancy digs at Kensington Palace.

Ten Things HIV Positive Guys Want Negative Guys to Know

By Mark S. King | Sep 7
A lot of misconceptions about HIV persist today, even (or maybe especially) among gay men. Let's give HIV-positive gay men the chance to set the record straight, and break down ten things they would like the rest of us to know.

Daniel Bergerac, left, president of Castro Merchants, joins Richard Magary and Tim Denike by the plaque honoring Alan Turing during dedication ceremonies of the Rainbow Honor Walk September 2.

Castro Welcomes LGBT Walk of Fame

By Matthew S. Bajko | Sep 7
LGBT history was cemented, literally, into the fabric of San Francisco's Castro district this week with the official unveiling of 20 bronze sidewalk plaques honoring LGBT individuals who left a lasting mark on society.

Womenfest Returns to Key West

By Anthony Lanni | Sep 5
The lush tropical paradise of gay Key West is celebrating the largest ladies party in the southernmost tip of the U.S. Womenfest, held Thursday Sept. 4-7, is the year's most anticipated celebration of lesbians and their friends.

Arthur Francis Galster

Drag Star Arthur Galster Dies

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Sep 5
A beloved San Francisco drag star who had traveled the world and was known for his impeccable performances as Patsy Cline died August 25 after an altercation in Dolores Park.

Extreme Selfies :: The Outlaws of Instagram

Sep 4
Low-cost photo equipment and far-reaching online social platforms help fuel this dangerous trend. Michelle Miller looks at the risk behind unforgettable pictures.