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Screen Grabs: Queens on parade, from Capote to ‘Jamie’

Plus: SF Short Film Fest, Crossroads Fest, and a very terrible 'Malignant'

Will Mayor Breed declare a state of emergency on drug-overdose deaths?

Activists, supervisors, DA all say it's time to defy the state and feds and set up city-backed safe-injection sites.

A public health nurse makes the case for vaccine and mask mandates

Testing alone has simply not worked. We call this 'universal precautions'—and it has to be part of our response to the ongoing pandemic.

PHOTOS: When closeness came back with Perfume Genius at Stern Grove

“I haven’t seen a crowd in a long time. You know what I mean?” asked the singer. We did.

Opinion: AIDS denialism in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

In 2000, the Foo Fighters embraced the kind of anti-science thinking we still see today. It's time they apologized.

A trailblazing lesbian hero’s story, finally coming to film

Sally Gearhart's incredible, multifaceted life—lesbian separatist, gay lib icon, sci-fi author—gets a doc.

Books: ‘Drug Use for Grown-Ups’— everything we think about illegal drugs is wrong

Carl L. Hart's book dismantles anti-drug propaganda, prodding an honest dialogue about prohibition and addiction.

The lady was a champ: Remembering Margo St. James, patron saint of sex work

Groundbreaking SF icon, who passed this month at 83, left an indelible mark on the fight for sex workers' rights

[UPDATED] ‘Sacred’ LGBTQ memorial space in Castro threatened by Bank of America

New signs at 'Hibernia Beach' area, traditionally used to mourn community members, warn against shrines

COVID denial is a grim rerun of AIDS denialism

Two decades ago, a cult-like crowd believed that HIV was harmless and AIDS was a plot. Many of them ended up dead.