Saturday, August 18, 2007


Are you interested in the Bay Area's finest gay-friendly businesses? Want to know how gay architect Mark Brand is making his mark? Have you heard of pink-picks? Where do you find out about same-sex marriage? Interested in equal rights for domestic partners?

Pink magazine was launched in 1990 in New York. Originally named Pink Pages, it was the first magazine and community directory focused for the gay market in Denver, Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Published quarterly, Pink has expanded its coverage to include Atlanta and Seattle. It is considered to be one of the largest gay and lesbian community directories in the nation.

Pink’s goal is to provide a variety of resources about travel and culture, fashion and design, and entertainment and health. Aimed at a diverse audience, Pink promises to provide the most sophisticated journalism to the GLBT community.

The Magazines and Newspapers Center has issues of Pink (San Francisco Bay Area edition) dating back to last year.

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