Cathy Cade first witnessed the power of photography during the civil rights movement, as black-and-white portraits of oppression and resistance blazed across the nation.
The Gay Day celebration was just one of a number of events in Berkeley to celebrate Pride Month.
Although it is a large exhibit, featuring the work of over 70 artists, archivists, curators and other collaborators, the new show can only scratch the surface in exploring those who identify with the LGBTQ+ community.
Can a musical set in conservative Ireland in the mid-60s resonate in the secular liberal environment of the Bay Area of 2019? Berkeley’s Youth Musical Theater Company believes it can.
Berkeleyside’s visual storytelling intern, Hao Guo, went to check out the Berkeley action at the SF Pride 2018 Parade.
The third oldest LGBTQ center in the country opened in response to gay bashing. These days it provides respite for a community that feels it needs it more than ever.
The personal history of Tyler Deacon, a gay Republican, is one of 23 oral histories included in the project.
The two women who went to the Supreme Court to defeat Prop. 8 have a new joint memoir that discusses their lives and the legal battle.
The scene of a fatal stabbing for which Pablo Gomez Jr. is the primary suspect. Photo: Emilie Raguso There has been a lot of discussion in the past year over people using gender-neutral pronouns, specifically the use of “they/them” instead of “he” and “she.” This may be because the use of they/them is becoming more […]
Members of the UC Berkeley community celebrated at Sproul Hall on Friday after a landmark Supreme Court ruling. Photo: Ted Friedman After the U.S. Supreme Court decided Friday that same-sex marriage is a right guaranteed by the Constitution, members of the UC Berkeley LGBTQ community gathered on Sproul Plaza at noon to celebrate the landmark decision […]
Councilman Darryl Moore. Photo: Emilie Raguso After briefly considering the closure of Berkeley’s Domestic Partnership Registry prior to this week’s City Council meeting, officials decided instead to simply celebrate its 22nd anniversary. Councilman Darryl Moore had originally submitted an item for council review that would have closed down the registry following the U.S. Supreme Court ruling […]
Sandy Stier and Kris Perry, lead Prop. 8 plaintiffs, celebrate in San Francisco’s Pride Parade on Sunday June 30. The ruling in favor of marriage equality makes Berkeley’s Domestic Partnership Registry redundant, argues Berkeley Councilman Daryl Moore. Photo: William Newton Sandy Stier and Kris Perry, lead Prop. 8 plaintiffs, celebrate in San Francisco’s Pride Parade […]