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End of an era

Jeremy Mykaels has been living in the Castro since the mid 1970s, just shy of 40 years, and in the same apartment on Noe Street for 17 of them. Now he’s being evicted, but not without fighting back.

Community Pools Together Fund for Vandalized Milk Academy

Freewheelers among numerous groups donating to damaged elementary school

San Francisco Bike Share Program Pedaling Forward

New HBO Series Filming in the Neighborhood

Peaches Christ at Castro Theatre
Peaches Christ will be at the Castro Theatre on October 12.

Castro News Briefs

Obamacare and San Francisco

Affordable Care Act: Covered California

Safeway Recycling Center To Close

Mayor’s Column
San Francisco Must Be Prepared

Award-Winning Pesce Restaurant Moves In

October Calendar
Early impressions from this year’s Folsom Street Fair - the 30th in this long leather lineage - seemed to be about amazing crowds of happy people enjoying the fabulous weather, great music and the steady parade of creatively dressed (or not dressed) partiers. Along with the larger crowds, participants seemed to be stretching the limits on clothing and erotic expression. Signature features continued, like the fabric twirlers dancing over the crowd and the succession of go-go boys in a cage from a crane high overhead.