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FROM OUR PUBLISHER You are viewing the second online edition of the San Fransico Gay & Lesbian Rainbow Pages™ , and w e continue to GRow ! Businesses have decided that they have a better way of targeting our educated and affluent consum ers and GLBtQ consum ers have a better way of supporting the businesses that support them . our com prehensive directory of gay and gay-friendly businesses and services is a success thanks to you, our advertisers, and our GLBtQ com m unity, who now have the power of knowledge and the freedom of choice, and are using and choosing the Gay & Lesbian Rainbow Pages™ . thanks to all our advertisers and thanks to our staff who were essential to the com pletion of this first online edition. we are growing to better serve you and know that we have bigger and better things to com e. Best w ishes,

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Accommodations................................................5

Florists ..................................................................8

Accountants - CPA ............................................5

Insurance ..............................................................9

AIDS Support ......................................................5

Limousines............................................................9

Air Conditioning ................................................5

Locksmiths ..........................................................9

Airlines ..................................................................5

Mortgage ..............................................................9

Animal Clinics......................................................5

Movers ..................................................................9

Attorneys ..............................................................5

Optical Goods - Retail ....................................9

Auto Dealers ........................................................6

Organizations ......................................................9

Auto Rentals ......................................................6

Physicians............................................................10

Bed & Breakfast ................................................6

Physicians - Internal ......................................10

Bookstores ..........................................................6

Physicians - HIV ..............................................10

Churches ..............................................................6

Psychotherapists ..............................................10

Clothing ..............................................................6

Publications ........................................................10

Clubs ......................................................................6

Real Estate ............................................................11

Clubs - Private ..................................................8

Restaurants ..........................................................11

Counseling............................................................8

Spas - Saunas ....................................................11

Electricians ............................................................8

Tattoos - Piercing ..............................................11

Financial Planning..............................................8

Tax Preparers ......................................................11


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accommodations Bates House Bed & Breakfast www.bateshouse.com 399 Bellevue Ave Oakland, CA ................510 893-3881 Holiday Inn Civic Center www.holiday-ibb.com/sfo-cicictr 50 8th Street ................415 626-6103 Nob Hill Hotel www.nobhillhotel.com 835 Hyde Street ..........415 885-2987 Toll Free ......................877 662-4455

accountants - cpa Herbert S. Cohn, CPA 4077 17th Street ..........415 621-6637 Sarah Vestal, CPA GLBT Tax Accountant 168 Hyde St, #402 ......415-516-3320

aids support/testing/counseling AIDS Medicine & Miracles 3345 22nd St ..............415 252-7111

animal clinics/hospitals All Pets Hospital www.aphsf.com 269 S Van Ness Ave ......415 861-5725

San Francisco AIDS Foundation www.sfsf.org 995 Market Street Suite 200 ....................415 487-3000

San Francisco Veterinary Specialists www.sfvs.net 600 Alabama Street ......415 401-9200

air conditioning contractors

attorneys

Schmitt Heating Company www.schmittheating.com Call ............................415 522-0966

Gay & Lesbian Lawyers 235 Montgomery St ......415 865-5620

airlines American Airlines and American Eagle www.aa.com/rainbow Toll Free .................... 800-433-7300 (see our display ad this classification)

Law Office of Michelle D. Brodie Workers' Compensation Law 1390 Market St ............415 861-5537 Law Offices of Vivian L Holley 1335 Sutter St # 2 ...... 415 474-1011


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auto dealers - new cars

clubs

S & C Ford 2001 Market St ............415 861-6000

1015 1015 Folsom St ............ 415 431-1200

auto rentals

440 castro 440 Castro St ..............415 621-8732

Enterprise Rent-A-Car 2001 Market St ............415 503-4131

bed & breakfast Bates House Bed & Breakfast 399 Bellevue Ave Oakland, CA ................510 893-3881 The Parker Guest House 520 Church St www.parkerguesthouse.com Call ............................ 415 621-3222

bookstores A Different Light Bookstore 489 Castro St ..............415 431-0891 Books Inc. 2275 Market St ............415 864-6777 City Lights Bookstores 261 Columbus Ave ........415 362-8193 Limelight Bookstore 1803 Market St ............415 864-2265

badlands 4121 18th St ................415 626-9320 beautybar 2299 Mission St ............415 285-0323 blue 2337 Market St ............415 863- BLUE the cafe 2369 Market St..............415 861-3846 the cat club 1190 Folsom..................415 703-8965 the cinch 1723 Polk St ................415 776-4162 club faith at club x 715 Harrison St ............415 339-8686 diva’s night club & bar 1081 Post St ................415 474-3482

churches

the eagle tavern 398 12th St .................415 626-0880

Metropolitan Community Church 110 Gough St ..............415 863-4434

the edge 4149 18th St ................415 863-4027

Freedom In Christ Evangelical Church 1111 Ofarrell St ............415 970-8149

the endup 401 6th St ..................415 357-0827

clothing All American Boy 463 Castro St ..............415 861-0444

esta noche 3079 16th St ................415 861-5757


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clubs

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etiquette 1108 Market St..............415 869-8779

metro bar & restaurant 3600 16th St ................415 703-9750

fluid ultra lounge 662 Mission St ..............415 615-6888

midnight sun 4067 18th St ................415 861-4186

fly trap 606 Folsom ..................415 243-0580

the mint 1942 Market St ............415 626-4726

gangway 841 Larkin ....................415 885-4411

mix lounge 4086 18th St ................415 431-8616

ginger trois 246 Kearny St ..............415 989-0282

moby dick 4049 18th St.......www.mobydicksf.com

harvey’s 500 Castro St ................415 431-4278

mr smith’s 34 7th St ....................415 355-9991

hole in the wall saloon 289 8th St ....................415 431-4695

my place 1225 Folsom St ............415 863-2329

kimo’s 1351 Polk St ................415 885-4535

n’ touch 1548 Polk St ................415 441-8413

the lexington club (women) 3464 19th St ................415 863-2052

powerhouse 1347 Folsom St ............415 552-8689

loading dock 1525 Mission St ............415 864-1525

the rainbow room 21859 Mission Blvd ......510 582-8078

lonestar saloon 1354 Harrison St ..........415 863-9999

stud bar 339 9th St ..................415 863-6623

marlena’s 488 Hayes St ................415 864-6672

the transfer 198 Church St ..............415 861-7499

martuni’s 4 Valencis St ................415 241-0205

trax 1437 Haight St ............415 864-4213

men’s room 3988 18th St ................415 861-1310

the white horse inn 6551 Telegraph Ave ......415 652-3820


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clubs - private

electricians

blow buddies 933 Harrison St ..........415 777-HEAD

Gpz Electric 151 10th St ..................415 861-6051

mack folsom prison 1285 Folsom St ..........415 252-1221

Machabeli Electric 1439 12th Ave ............ 415 317-3556

power exchange 74 Otis St ....................415 487-9944

financial planning

counseling Bill Bell, PhD 1246 Castro Street Suite 9 ........................415 710-9777 Marjorie Chaset, MA, MFT 3972 24th St ................415 364-3029 Miriam Garfinkel, MA, LMFT 3974 24th Street ..........415 826-3799

Joanne F. Jordan, CFP® Senior Financial Advisor Jordan, Miller & Associates A financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. 44 Montgomery Street Suite 4210 ..................415 623-2450

florists Village Greenery & Flowers Darrell Gorski Toll Free: ......................800 553-0260 (see our display ad this classification)


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insurance

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Pennbrook Insurance Services 200 Pine Street 8th Floor ......................415 820-2214

Gay Asian Pacific Alliance P.O. Box 421884 San Francisco, CA 94142-1884 Email ........................ info@gapa.org

limousines Gay Taxi The One and Only San Francisco Gay Limo Service 1101 Mission St ............877-GAY-TAXI

locksmiths Castro Locksmiths 61 Divisidero St. ..........415 386-1774

mortgage Ray Blindauer Sigma Wealth Strategies One Market Street, Spear Tower 36th Floor ....................415 577-1856 Residential Pacific Mortgage 1388 Sutter Street Suite 412 ....................415 235-0024

movers Magic Moving Company Call Us ........................877 246-2442

optical goods - retail Urban Eyes Optometry 2253 Market St ............415 863-1818

organizations The Center LGBT Community Center 1800 Market St ............ 415 865-5555 The Family Link 317 Castro St ..............415 703-9050

Gay & Lesbian Medical Association 459 Fulton Street Suite 107 ....................415 255-4547 GLBT Historical Society 657 Mission St. #300 ....415 777-5455 GLBT Historical Society Castro Exhibit 499 Castro St .............. 415 621-1107 Golden Gate Business Association 1800 Market Street Suite Q32 ....................415 865-5545 Lyric 127 Collingwood St ......415 703-6150 Our Family Coalition 870 Market Street Suite 872 ....................415 981‑1960 San Francisco AIDS Foundation 995 Market Street Suite 200 ....................415 487-3065 SF Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual Pride 1800 Market St • PMB # 5 Call Us ........................415 864-0831 SF Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band 584 Castro Street • PMB 841 Call Us ........................415 255-1355 The Society of Janus BDSM Organization ......415 292-3222


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physicians - internal med 866-792-2301

Christopher Nguyen, MD Tom Waddell Health Center 50 Lech Walesa ............415 355-7400 William Owen, Jr., MD 45 Castro St., #402 ......415 861-2400

physicians - hiv Shawn Hassler, M.D. Flood Building 870 Market St Suite 600 ....................415 397-0700

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physicians Donald Abrams, MD 995 Potrero ..................415 206-2400 Shawn Hassler, M.D. Flood Building 870 Market St Suite 600 ....................415 397-0700

Christopher Nguyen, MD Tom Waddell Health Center 50 Lech Walesa ............415 355-7400 William Owen, Jr., MD 45 Castro St., #402 ......415 861-2400

psychotherapists Marjorie Chaset, MA, MFT 3972 24th St ................415 364-3029 Miriam Garfinkel, MA, LMFT 3974 24th Street ..........415 826-3799 Paul Gibson, LCSW Gay Men’s Therapy Services 478 Eureka St ..............415 273-7200

Christopher Nguyen, MD Tom Waddell Health Center 50 Lech Walesa ............415 355-7400

Ondina Nandine Hatvany, MFT 4326 18th Street ..........415 381-1065

William Owen, Jr., MD 45 Castro St., #402 ......415 861-2400

Debra Marks, PhD 4237 Geary Blvd ..........415 221-7833

physicians - internal med

publications

Shawn Hassler, M.D. Flood Building 870 Market St Suite 600 ....................415 397-0700

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real estate Coldwell Banker Rahul Pathare 2355 Market St ............415 613-3445 Danielle Lazier Zephyr Real Estate 4040 24th St .............. 415 695-7707 Christopher Sharpe 4040 24th St ................415 277-3773 Vanguard Properties Charlie Mader 800 Haight St ..............415 861-7800

restaurants Anchor Oyster Bar 579 Castro St ..............415 431-3990

Don H. Wayne Associates, Inc. Are you in a California same sex marriage/registered domestic partnership? You may be entitled to thousands of dollars in new Federal tax refunds thanks to new IRS ruling. Contact Don Wayne – Enrolled Agent. Don@DonWayne.com

925 472-0990 • www.donwayne.com

Brandy Hos Hunan Food 4068 18th St ................415 252-8000

1255 Treat Blvd. Walnut Creek, CA - Serving The Bay Area

Eureka Restaurant & Lounge 4063 18th St ................415 431-6000

Eros 2051 Market St ............415 864-3767

Malacca 4039 18th St ................415 863-0679

Steamworks 2107 4th St ..................510 845-8992

Orphan Andy’s 24 Hour Restaurant 3991 17th Street ..........415 864-9795

tatoos - piercing

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spas - saunas

Braindrops Tattoo & Body Piercing 1871 Hayes St ..............415 922-7246

Queen Malika Cafe 4416 18th St ................415 626-4416

Gotham Body Piercing 3991 17th St ................415 701-1970

Spike's Coffees & Teas 4117 19th St ................415 626-5573

tax preparers

Swirl on Castro 572 Castro @ 19th St .. 415 884-2282

Don H. Wayne Associates, Inc. www.donwayne.com 1255 Treat Blvd. Walnut Creek, CA ..........925 472-0990 (see our Display ad this classification)


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RESOURCES San Franscio AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. ...........................13 Black Coalition On AIDS ..........................................................13 Healing Waters ........................................................................14 Project Op en Hand ..................................................................14 San Fransico Gay Mens Chorus ...............................................14 Stop AIDS Project....................................................................15 Tenderloin Health ....................................................................15

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............................................415 487-3000

995 Market St, Ste 200 • San Francisco CA 94103 Email: feedback@sfaf.org • Website: www.sfaf.org The San Francisco AIDS Foundation provides leadership to prevent new HIV infections. Linking community experience with science, the Foundation develops ground-breaking prevention programs and bold policy initiatives to promote health and create sustainable progress against HIV. Established in 1982, the Foundation refuses to accept that HIV transmission is inevitable.

BLAck cOALitiOn On AidS

....................................415 615-9945

2800 Third Street • San Francisco, CA 94107-3502 Fax: 415.615.9943 • TTY: 415.568.2082 • Email: bcoa@bcoa.org • Website: www.bcoa.org The Black Coalition on AIDS, Inc. (BCA) was founded in 1986 by a group of Black men and women — straight and gay, old and young — witnessing the devastating impact of HIV/AIDS in their community. They banded together to address the fact that there were no agencies available to provide culturally sensitive services to Blacks infected with, or affected by, HIV/AIDS. Thus, the initial mission of the group was to create a community-based, coalition-building organization to ensure Black people would receive appropriate services and be adequately represented in policy decisions. Out of these grass roots organizing efforts, BCA went on to provide education and advocacy services primarily to Blacks living in the City of San Francisco. The volunteers who comprised the initial "staff" of BCA solicited grants to secure funding for AIDS outreach and educational programs. In 1987, the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) AIDS Office funded the 3 Street Project, a needle exchange, AIDS prevention and education program. The Bayview/Hunters Point Foundation served as our fiscal sponsor. BCA then began to aggressively address the service and advocacy needs for some of San Francisco's most difficult to reach populations — intravenous drug users (IDUs) and low income Blacks with limited access to services. BCA hosted HIV-related conferences and community forums in response to the steadily growing number of Blacks living with HIV. In response to the demand for services to clients, BCA created its most successful volunteer program — Rafiki Services. The program provided training and developed a network of volunteers to assist people of color with AIDS. Rafiki Services was also highly successful at generating a heightened awareness of AIDS in the Black community. To meet the needs of more and more Blacks infected with, and affected by, HIV/AIDS, BCA began offering Case Management (1991), Needle Exchange and Street Outreach (1994), Youth Services (1994), AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Enrollment (1997), Transgender Services (1998), Treatment Education (1998) and HIV Testing (1999). Other programs, such as New Village, a health education and risk reduction program, were incorporated into the coalition to insure the continuation of critically needed services. Additionally, as more and more HIV-infected individuals became homeless (or became HIV-infected while homeless), the need for supportive housing became a critical issue and service direction for BCA. In 1991, BCA received its first contract from the SFDPH to provide HIV/AIDS services in Bayview-Hunters Point in a fourteen-bed facility. Three years later, the Rafiki Housing Program was awarded a Support for Programs of National Significance (SPNS) grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. In 1996, BCA received


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a Housing Opportunity for People with AIDS (HOPWA) grant from the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency to build transitional housing. With this help, and excellent community support, BCA was able to open a beautiful eleven-bed transitional housing facility in July of 1998 in the Western Addition, christened the Brandy Moore House after an early BCA director and housing advocate. In 1999, BCA established an HIV Ministry and was able to accomplish a goal many in the community had dreamed of for years: getting the Black churches more actively involved in fighting HIV/AIDS. The HIV Ministry built on BCA's annual "pass the plate" campaign done the Sunday after Thanksgiving wherein local churches encouraged their congregations to become educated about HIV and then collected a "special offering" to support BCA's work. A campaign targeting older Black women at risk for HIV was developed to utilize this new relationship between the agency and local churches. "In the Spirit of Health" incorporated positive imagery of older Black women, enfolded the need for HIV testing within the general rubric of health issues these women faced, and developed materials such as church fans, bible markers, etc. designed to reach this audience. The campaign was hailed by all involved and has received recognition and emulation from throughout California.

HeALing WAterS

....................................................415 552-1190

167 Fell Street • San Francisco, CA 94102-5106 Website: www.hwaters.org Healing Waters is a San Francisco-based nonprofit whose mission is to empower, inspire and enrich the lives of people challenging HIV/AIDS through wilderness adventures. We offer outdoor trips specifically for people with HIV and AIDS. In 2008, we are conducting a number of participant rafting trips on the South Fork of the American River as well as our Teens Liquid Camp for HIV positive teenagers. Working with qualified volunteers, we work to provide an emotionally and physically safe environment in the outdoors for individuals to take a moment to celebrate living, community and challenge their own beliefs about their strengths and abilities.

PrOject OPen HAnd

..............................................415 447-2300

730 Polk Street • San Francisco, CA 94109 Project Open Hand provides food and nourishment to improve the quality of life for the men, women and children it serves. Project Open Hand programs include: meal, grocery and nutrition counseling for people with symptomatic HIV and AIDS; congregate lunch and nutrition education for people over 60 years of age; meal service for homebound and critically ill people under the age of 60. Services are available to eligible clients living in San Francisco and Alameda counties, regardless of their race, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, disability or ability to pay.

SAn FrAnciScO gAy MenS cHOruS

......................415 865-3650

PGolden Gate Performing Arts, Inc. 1800 Market Street, PMB 100 • San Francisco, CA 94102 The mission of the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus is to present high-quality choral


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experiences that transform its audience and members, resulting in a more inclusive society that cherishes diverse cultural expression and celebrates difference.

StOP AidS PrOject

................................................415 575-0150

2128 15th Street • San Francisco, CA 94114 Established in 1985, the STOP AIDS project works to prevent HIV transmission among all gay and bisexual men in San Francisco through multicultural, community-based organizing. Internationally recognized as a successful model of grassroots prevention and support, STOP AIDS brings diverse gay and bisexual men together to talk about the challenges and issues posed by HIV/AIDS through neighborhood outreach, workshops and community forums. Our work extends beyond education -- we help change behavior, create personal commitment to safer sex, build community support for each individual, and live these compelling beliefs: HIV transmission can be prevented.

tenderLOin HeALtH

..............................................415 437-2900

PO Box 423930 • San Francisco CA 94142 Website: http://web.mac.com/tenderloinhealth/Tenderloin_Health/Welcome.html Our mission is to optimize the health of the Tenderloin’s homeless, poor and most vulnerable residents. We serve those living with and at the greatest risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS, who have difficulty obtaining services elsewhere, especially due to substance use, mental illness, sexual orientation, gender identity, race and ethnicity, and/or other social barriers.

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