AIDS

09 Jun 2024

8 Complaints About Being Gay in San Francisco

It’s a sin when success complains. That’s how I feel as a gay man who moved to San Francisco from what Californians affectionately call “flyover country.” It’s pretty damn great, living here. So what if everything closes at 2am (#4) and there aren’t any bathhouses to go to (#5). Compared

Jake Warren 0
11 Jan 2024

SF Residents Living with HIV: PRC Can Help!

If you or someone you know is a San Francisco Resident living with HIV who is having difficulty accessing healthcare in the city, please know that help is available. PRC’s team of local, trained professionals are standing by to assist with your healthcare enrollment, coverage, and access issues.

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27 Jan 2024

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
23 Mar 2023

Nan Goldin, All the Beauty and The Bloodshed – The Art of Survival

Her work is always very personal and it has a huge part in telling the story of queer culture in America, in the late 80’s she curated an art show about the AIDS epidemic called “Witnesses: Against Our Vanishing”.

Patricia Colli 0
03 Jul 2022

Four Reasons Not To Celebrate the Fourth of July

The Fourth of July supposedly symbolizes freedom. It means liberty, self-governance. Independence from tyranny. July 4th is supposed to be fun, because living in America was supposed to be fun. The ruling fathers wove opulence into the foundational documents of this nation. They killed and enslaved for extravagant wealth, for

Jake Warren 0
05 Jan 2022

SF Castro’s “Hope for the World Cure” Mural Severely Defaced

“The Hope for the World Cure” mural in the San Francisco Castro district was defaced with a broad stretch of lettered graffiti in late December 2021.  The mural, located at the corner of Market and 16th street, was unveiled in 1998 to honor the lives of those lost to the

Lydia Sviatoslavsky 0
09 Sep 2021

Stirring Fauci Documentary Opens at Vogue Theater

A man who personifies the old adage “walk softly and carry a big stick”, Dr. Anthony Fauci has always seemingly been a mild mannered man with the strength to stand up to his adversaries. “Fauci”, a new documentary from National Geographic Films, tells the story of the doctor’s life in

David-Elijah Nahmod 0
07 Dec 2018

How George H.W. Bush’s Death Is Irrelevant After World AIDS Day

Guest Post by Max Silver Wednesday, December 5, 2018 marked a National Day of mourning for President George H.W. Bush, who died on Friday, November 30. CNN has an article about it. The New York Times has it covered, too. You already know Fox News is going to spin this

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10 Oct 2018

How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in New York

As I’m writing this it has been 20 minutes since police began raiding my neighbor’s crib. This isn’t the first time, but with the daunting cloud of gentrification looming over my neighborhood of Washington Heights I’m positive it’ll be one of the last I’ll experience. I’ve witnessed my fair share

Enrique Grijalva - Mr. Minimum Wage 0