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A gay man is now the chair of the California Democratic Party, marking the first time in the history of the 171-year-old state party that it has been led by an out LGBT leader.
As George Orwell remarked, saints should always be judged guilty before proved innocent.
Swiss conductor Charles Dutoit has been a citizen of the world for most of his life, managing to make long musical partnerships with cities in Canada, England and the US.
Now that he is restarting his life in the Bay Area, Ronnie Kayigoma is trying to assist other gay Ugandans who have fled anti-gay discrimination in their home country.
Saint Paulus has taken many a pro-LGBT stance over its 150 years, a milestone anniversary that the church is marking this weekend.
"Citizen Jane: Battle for the City," a documentary directed by Matt Tyrnauer now in theaters, is a good primer on the life of urban activist Jane Jacobs, author of "The Death and Life of American Cities" (1961).
The career of Dorothea Lange, the influential photographer, created some of the most iconic bodies of work of the 20th century.
It's great to report that summers are no longer a dead zone at the movies for adults.
A big and obvious difference between fiction that is written for the page and fiction written for the stage is all those words - a.k.a. narration - that come between those times when the characters are actually speaking.
A Wider Bridge announced its founder and leader will step down next year.