Sparked by the unsolved 1998 murder of Rita Hester, the Transgender Day of Remembrance has grown from a little candlelight vigil on the streets of San Francisco to a worldwide memorial in major cities across the world. This Thursday marks the 10-year anniversary of the Transgender Day of Remembrance. So, celebrate local transgenders of note (such as Veronica Klaus, Bambi Lake, and a host of others) as well as other self-identified transsexuals, crossdressers, trannies, drag queens, or otherwise gender-variants. (At the LGBT synagogue Congregation Shaar Zahev, there will be a Transgender Remembrance Shabbat at 7:30pm in Friday, November 21.)