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National Gay Media Association Member Papers Endorse Clinton for President

(Pictured left to right): Jeff Coakley (Bay Windows), Jan Stevenson (Between The Lines), Robert Moore (Dallas Voice), Susan Horowitz (Between The Lines), Kevin Naff (Washington Blade), Todd Evans (Rivendell Media) Jean Albright (Windy City Times), Troy Masters (Gay City News and The Pride LA), Sue O’Connell (Bay Windows), Chris Cash (GA Voice), Lynne Brown (Washington Blade), Tracy Baim (Windy City Times), Tom Horn (Bay Area Reporter, not pictured)
Politics
In an unprecedented move, all 12 of the country’s longest-serving and most award-winning LGBT newspapers are each separately endorsing Democrat Hillary Clinton for president of the United States. ...
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Venezuelan Queer ‘Artivist’ Daniel Arzola Visits San Francisco

International
Daniel Arzola has been in his element since his graphic art series, "I'm Not A Joke" ("No Soy Tu Chiste") went viral in 2013. ...
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Grand Canyon Names Christine Lehnertz First Female Superintendent

Grand Canyon National Park’s new Superintendent Christine Lehnertz Photo: baynature.org
Travel
The Grand Canyon will get its first female superintendent following a sexual harassment scandal that has rocked the world renowned park in Arizona. ...
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Love & Coffee Takes Equator Coffees & Teas to the White House

Equator Coffees & Teas founders Helen Russell and Brooke McDonnell along with vice president of operations Maureen McHugh were honored by the Small Business Administration’s head Maria Contreras-Sweet, at a special event at their San Francisco location next to the Warfield May 6, 2016. (Left to Right, starting with second to the left) Brooke, Helen, Jacklyn Jordan, Maria Contreras-Sweet, and Maureen. Photo: Heather Cassell
Travel
Being honored at the White House for Small Business Week is only one of many firsts for the 21-year old San Rafael-based lesbian-owned coffee company. ...
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Berry Completes First Year as U.S. LGBTI Special Envoy

Randy Berry, the U.S. State Department’s Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons. Photo: nationwideradiojm.com
Politics
Randy Berry will complete his first year as the U.S. State Department’s Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons on April 15. ...
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Hit the Rails or the Bay for LGBT Wine Events

The Napa Valley Wine Train will hold its inaugural Pride Ride this month. Photo: Napa Valley Wine Train
Travel
LGBT oenophiles can wine and dine on San Francisco Bay with two different inaugural events – Pride Ride and the Big Gay Wine Cruise. ...
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Valentine’s Day Weekend in San Francisco: ‘Reveal All Fear Nothing’

Performance artist Madison Young is sure to steam up Valentine’s Day weekend with the world premier of her multi-media one-woman show “Reveal All Fear Nothing: A Journey in Sex, Love, Porn and Feminism” at the Armory, February 12-14. Photo: Madison Young
Travel
What if you could act out all of your dirtiest, deepest, sexiest secrets before an entire audience? Sound scary? Sound titillating? ...
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Gallivanting Women Get Inspired to Explore The World

Julia Cosgrove of AFAR Magazine, Paula Froelich, of Yahoo! Travel, and noted journalist Laura Ling (l-r)/Photo: Heather Cassell
Travel
It was an enthralling two days all about women and travel at the Women’s Travel Fest last year, which means that the third annual Fest in 2016 will be even bigger and better. ...
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We Can Do It! Stories of LGBT Life on the WWII Home Front

Top News National
The Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park is in the process to make history being one of the first U.S. parks to document LGBT history. ...
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Indian Street Food Preeti Mistry Style Comes to Oakland

Travel
Juhu Beach Club is not your traditional chicken tikka masala or kati roll Indian restaurant. ...
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