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San Jose’s Brand New LGBTQ DistrictSan Jose’s Brand New LGBTQ District
By - posted 9/15/2020
Brand New, Pride

Thank you KTVU for letting us know that San Jose now has its own designated LGBTQ district. The newly created hub, called Qmunity District, establishes a welcoming, inclusive, and affirming place for LGBTQ+ people and families in the South Bay. The new district will feature shopping, socializing, dining, networking, and nightlife in more...

SF’s "Pink Triangle" Says Goodbye After TonightSF’s “Pink Triangle” Says Goodbye After Tonight
By - posted 7/10/2020
Artsy Fartsy, Pride

San Francisco’s ”Pink Triangle” has only one night left to be illumnated – Your final chance to see it is tonight, July 10, 2020. After tonight, Illuminate turn off the lights. The beloved beacon of hope and inclusion has long been at the center of the city’s annual SF Pride celebration. Patrick more...

SF's Pink Triangle Can Be Seen From Space. NASA Will Prove it.SF’s Pink Triangle Can Be Seen From Space. NASA Will Prove it.
By - posted 6/29/2020
Pride

Thanks to the SF Gate for letting us know that this year’s pink triangle for Pride is so bright it can be seen from space. On Saturday, SF’s “Pink Triangle” illuminated with 2,700 Pink Lights. A beloved beacon of hope and inclusion, has long been at the center of the city’s annual SF more...

7 Fun Pride-Themed Food & Drinks in San Francisco Bay Area7 Fun Pride-Themed Food & Drinks in San Francisco Bay Area
By - posted 6/26/2020
Pride

Pride weekend may look a little different this year, but restaurants and breweries are offering new ways to celebrate. Know of any we missed? Let us know at events_crew@funcheap.com Pride Cakes Noe Valley Bakery (San Francisco) A special rainbow layered chiffon cake filled with vanilla whipped cream and frosted in vanilla buttercream. Decorated with more...

SF's Huge 21-Foot "Pride" Banners Just Went Up at Civic CenterSF’s Huge 21-Foot “Pride” Banners Just Went Up at Civic Center
By - posted 6/26/2020
Pride

Although the Pride festival and parade have been canceled for 2020, that doesn’t mean Pride goes away in San Francisco The Asian Art Museum in Civic Center just put up their massive Pride banners on June 1st. Normally they just go up for Pride week, but this year they’ll be up more...