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Oh, Happy Day!: The scene was jubilant in the Castro on May 14, when the
California Supreme Court ruled in favor of legalizing gay marriage. Among the hundreds who showed up to the LGBT Center on Market Street were Glen Park residents Eric Williams (above left) and Dale Humphrey (above right) who held a rainbow-accented California flag. A couple for 19 years,they were married at City Hall in 2004. “This is a moment we’ve been looking forward to and we’re very happy today,” Humphrey said.
Noe Valley residents Andrew Harkins (left) and Evan Kavanagh (right)
show their love on the historic day.
(photos: Bill Sywak)
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MTA Community Meeting Debates Whether to Alter
Bus Routes in Neighborhood
37-Corbett and 35-Eureka lines singled out for possible changes
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) held a community meeting at the Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy on May 10 to present preliminary proposals for Muni bus route changes in the neighborhood as part of the San Francisco Transit Effectiveness Project (SFTEP).
LGBT Center’s Economic Development Program Offers Useful Resources
Ken Stram is the Director of Economic Development Programs at the LGBT Center. Stram brings a background as a lawyer and legislative assistant in Washington, D.C., and as a director in the U.S. Small Business Administration to the center.
Upper Market Community Design Plan to go Before
On May 12, an open house was held by the SF Planning Department at the Harvey Milk School to showcase the Upper Market Community Design Plan.
Sui Generis Brings Vintage Clothes at Bargain Prices to Upper Market
Walking into the Sui Generis clothing store, the entering shopper will see high-quality, second-hand apparel that looks completely new.