It was rather quiet. It didn’t have a parade permit. It wasn’t really huge. But the congregation that happened at Sheep Meadow in Central Park afterwards attracted a large crowd. I was 19 years old, and it was all kind of new to me, because I had only recently come out. I didn’t realize the full impact of what had happened at Stonewall. I grew up in Philadelphia, I had moved to New York City to go to school (Parsons School of Design) two months after the riots. … [Read more...] about They Marched in America’s First Prides in 1970. They’re Still Out, Loud, and Proud.
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The coronavirus has been devastating for the Bay Area’s restaurant industry, but one sector seems to be doing a little better than the rest: bakeries. Familiar lines at hot spots like Devil’s Teeth Baking Co. in San Francisco and La Fournee in Berkeley look even longer now because of the 6 feet of space between each party. Bakery owners say it’s logistically simpler for them to adapt their businesses to takeout- and delivery-only models than it is for restaurants. Plus, bakeries specialize in something many crave right now. … [Read more...] about ‘People still want treats’: Area bakeries surprised at success during pandemic
“Celebrate American Diversity” takes place at the Stanley Marketplace this weekend. There will be several food options for guests to choose from. The Beverly Bells and The Reminders are just some of the performers providing live entertainment. Guests will be assigned a 10-by-10 picnic area, and guests must wear masks when not in their areas. … [Read more...] about July 4th Holiday Weekend In Colorado: Variety For The Whole Family
In Maine, where only 20 of 110 licensed overnight camps are opening, guidelines require staff and counselors to quarantine or receive a negative test result. Campers also must quarantine, or get tested, unless they’re from an exempted state. Campers must be broken up into smaller groups for social distancing. There are rigid guidelines for sanitizing, and an isolation area must be established in the event someone falls ill. … [Read more...] about Fewer will attend camp this summer; some camps won’t survive
“That is an extraordinary opportunity to bring us together, and I think that there are people who didn’t want to bring us together, and I think that they have driven this thing from beginning to end. And we are getting used, and a lot of people are getting used,” Giuliani said. … [Read more...] about ‘You Give An Inch, They Take A Mile’: Rudy Giuliani Says Letting A Police Precinct Fall Opened Floodgates For Riots