Stories about AIDS

Supes asked to allow condos where centenarian was evicted

Landlord who tossed out Iris Canada still wants the city to give him a lucrative permit. Plus: How does SF respond to sexual assault? That's The Agenda for April 23-29

Puff: From Peron to Prop. 64

Honoring a hero of the marijuana movement—yet under current legalization statutes, his legacy of caring and compassion is in danger.

What’s going on with the Armory?

More big changes scheduled for the legendary space, as Kink.com moves out and a new developer nabs the site for $65 million.

Scott Wiener’s war on local planning

His next round of housing bills force cities to accept growth and displacement—without giving them the money or tools to mitigate it

Remembering Dennis Peron, who helped legalize weed

Early supporter of medical cannabis risked arrest, got shot by the cops -- and changed California drug laws

‘The Normal Heart’ still beats ferociously at Theatre Rhino

Larry Kramer's searing 1985 play about the dawn of AIDS melds anger and anguish into powerful theatre -- and remains sadly timeless.

Arts Forecast: Dia de los Muertos, Open Studios, Circus Veritas …

... Infinite Wrench, Multiverse, The Bad Plus, Born In Flames, and more fantastic upcoming arts events.

Lessons from Stop the Draft Week 50 years ago

In 1967, protesters filled the streets of Oakland to stop the draft. Seven faced serious charges -- and their message still resonates today

A letter from the Gavster

Newsom is running to the left, his fundraising email shows -- but there's nothing about economic justice

Capturing queer liberation’s legends and lovers

Photographer Dan Nicoletta's incredible new book 'LGBT San Francisco' documents four decades of essential history.