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Too Many People Like Ike?: Patrons often wait an hour in the afternoon for one of the many creatively named specialty sandwiches. Neighbors assert the shop has become a nuisance and
have repeatedly complained to the landlord.
(photo: Bill Sywak)
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Popular Sandwich Shop Faces Eviction
Fans of Ike’s Place, who often wait in hour-long lines on the street for a beloved artisan sandwich at the 16th and Sanchez streets hub, could disappear from the corner as the property owner has sought legal action to oust the shop.
GLBT Historical Society Set to Open New Castro Exhibit
Five-year lease signed for prime location groundwork for first U.S. GLBT museum
As another Pride Celebration rolls around, the Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Historical Society prepares for this year’s festivities with the opening of a new art installation in the hopes of creating the country’s first GLBT history museum.
Neighborhood Gears Up for Pride’s 40th
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the San Francisco Pride Celebration and Parade. The theme is “Forty and Fabulous” and the event will be held over the weekend of June 26 and 27.
Magnet Offers Gay Men STD Testing with Comfort, Style
Occupying a large storefront at 18th and Castro streets, Magnet looks more like a spa than a free health clinic. Walk in through the glass doors and you find yourself in a well-lit room with art on the walls, cafe-style tables in front, and a concierge who greets customers toward the back.