Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 29 / 21 July 2016

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Worthington again runs for Berkeley mayor

Gay Berkeley City Councilman Kriss Worthington has decided to run this November for mayor of the East Bay city. (read more)

Friends describe woman's shooting death

Friends of a lesbian who was shot to death in a parking lot near a gay San Francisco nightclub in 2013 described in court... (read more)

SF LGBT theater remodels its lobby space

With the aim of improving the aesthetic experience for its audiences, as well as seeing an uptick in revenues... (read more)

AIDS Walk draws 10,000

One participant in the July 17 AIDS Walk remembered his friend Calvin Ray Perry, (1956-1991), by displaying sunglasses and a black mustache. (read more)

Queers rally against homeless ballot measures

Members of the LGBTQ community rallied on the steps of San Francisco City Hall this week to ask that... (read more)

Dada bar hopes to move

A gay couple who own a bar in San Francisco's financial district are trying to move their business to a new location a few blocks away, but a neighbor is trying to block it. (read more)

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Film - More Fab than ever!

They're back, sweetie darlings! Edina and Patsy, those larger-than-life trendsetters, have returned. (read more)

Film - Jewish spectrum

Edition # 36 of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival unfolds July 21-Aug. 7 at venues around the Bay... (read more)

Television - 'Looking' back at male intimacy

HBO will premiere Looking: The Movie, the feature-length finale to its short-lived comedy-drama about a close-knit group of 30-ish gay men in San Francisco, on July 23. (read more)

Out There - Maestro on the beach

Let's catch up a bit with the world of high culture since we've been otherwise engaged during the onslaught and aftermath of Pride month. (read more)

Out & About - Artifiying

Art heals. Art informs. Art entertains. Art reduces blood pressure. Well, I'm not so sure about that. (read more)

Theatre - Murder among the moviemakers

There is smart and then there is smart-aleck, and these twains meet with joyful friction in City of Angels. (read more)

Theatre - Hiding the gay on the French Riviera

Bay Area Musicals is ending its freshman season with La Cage aux Folles, a step further up the ladder toward a professional shine. (read more)

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