Topics :: San Francisco

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9 Ways to Bring the Taste of San Francisco Home

By Ryan Leeds | Jun 30
EDGE virtually takes to the streets of San Francisco to discover delectable finds you can order from home, from iconic sourdough to sweet confections.

San Francisco Pride Guide: What Not to Miss

By Jim Gladstone | May 31
Heading to San Francisco Pride? Here's our tip sheet for out-of-towners looking to maximize their rainbow-proud weekend.

Carnaval San Francisco to Welcome Gender-Neutral Competitors

Mar 21
Carnaval San Francisco, the annual two-day festival and Grand Parade held in San Francisco's Mission District over Memorial Day weekend, will hold its new Royalty Competition in place of its traditional King & Queen Competition.

Seven Gay Wonders of the World 2018: San Francisco

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 25
The first destination ever to make a repeat appearance on our "7 Gay Wonders" list, San Francisco is as iconic in the culinary world as it is in the LGBTQ community.

Delay Makes it Unlikely San Francisco Will Sell Pot Jan. 1

By Janie Har | Nov 17
San Francisco supervisors delayed voting Tuesday on proposed pot regulations, making it more unlikely that people in this weed-friendly city will be able to buy recreational pot when adult use becomes legal Jan. 1 in California.

BARchive :: Making Magic - Searching for LGBT Histories of Neopaganism, the Paranormal and the Occult in San Francisco

By Michael Flanagan | Oct 26
Curious about the history of pagan and occult interests among LGBT people in San Francisco? This is the perfect time of year to explore that topic.

Rehab Planned for SF's Pink Triangle Park

By Charlie Wagner | Oct 1
Pink Triangle Park and Memorial needs help and rescuers are on the way.

San Francisco Homeless 'Tents' Measure Rarely Used

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Aug 13
After being one of the most contentious issues on San Francisco's ballot last November, Proposition Q, which allows the city to remove homeless peoples' tents after issuing 24-hour notice and offering shelter, hasn't yet been used much.

13,000 San Franciscans Have Hep C, Report Says

By Liz Highleyman | Jul 8
New estimates suggest that nearly 13,000 people in San Francisco are living with hepatitis C, with people who inject drugs, gay men, and baby boomers being disproportionately likely to carry the virus, according to a report from End Hep C SF.

SF Pride Parade Shows Love, Resistance

By Alex Madison | Jul 2
This year's San Francisco Pride parade was big on love and resistance, as hundreds of thousands of people lined Market Street to take in colorful contingents and those that vowed to keep fighting the policies of President Donald Trump.

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