It's the first Sunday funday event at the place since 2011.
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The fundraiser will be in the parking lot across the street, however, and not in the bar.
The 'Guardian' speaks with the new gay owners.
Apparently a new lease has been signed.
The new partners aren't happy about paying rent while the city delays their liquor license.
LGBT activists successfully lobbied the Board of Supervisors not to approve the liquor license for a group of new (straight) owners.
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Expect some protest at the Board of Supervisor's meeting next week surrounding the proposed replacement for the beloved SoMa gay bar.
A photo surfaces of a sterile, remodeled interior of the legendary SoMa bar.
Did the owner purposely try to sell his lease to a straight bar in order to cut down on competition for his other bar in the neighborhood?
They'll be open through May, and possibly all summer...
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There may not be any way to stop the place from closing, but a group of supporters are going to try anyway.
Though a community effort has begin, saving the place seems unlikely unless the landlord agreed to a new sale.