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Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 9 / 26 February 2015

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Vote for your Besties by Saturday, Feb. 28!

Vote now for the Bay Area Reporter's Besties readers' poll, for a chance to win a Hawaii vacation package, Bette Midler tickets, and many other prizes. (read more)

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Bills seek to curb drug prices as Kaiser takes HIV meds off 'specialty tier'

Kaiser Permanente has stopped charging people more for HIV drugs and is offering refunds for the exorbitant copays some of its patients faced. (read more)

Chiu bills
would help LGBTs

State agencies would be required to collect LGBT demographic information and laws regarding the rights of parents who use assisted reproduction would be modernized... (read more)

Gay ex-SF cop accused
of embezzlement

A gay former San Francisco police officer allegedly embezzled more than $16,000 from the department's Pride Alliance for LGBT officers... (read more)

Self-defense claimed
in SF gay man's '11 death

The man accused of brutally stabbing and beating to death his gay older roommate in 2011 did it after the victim raped him, the man's attorney said... (read more)

GSA Network
names new leaders

A San Francisco-based nonprofit that helps LGBT and allied youth has selected two staffers, who are people of color, to lead the organization as it addresses racial justice and other issues. (read more)

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More Arts

Fine Arts - Welcome to the Pleasure Dome

A fantasy city where hedonism, transgression and sin were permitted, even encouraged; a world apart wheremen left the onerous social constraints of daily life behind... (read more)

Theatre - Judy Collins intersects with Stephen Sondheim

When it comes to the songs of Stephen Sondheim, Judy Collins has planted a flag marking her territory. (read more)

Out There - Trying on alternative lives

Biographies can be great reads. They let you walk a mile in another woman's shoes. (read more)

Music - Jazz theater
from tragedy

There's nothing symbolic about the DVD of Fred Hersch and Herschel Garfein's jazz theater piece My Coma Dreams except the eight dreams themselves. (read more)

Out & About - Popul-airy

You have a few days left to vote for your favorite arts venues, dance and theatre companies and in other categories in our fifth annual Besties. (read more)

Theatre - Paperboys pummeled by penurious press

The sun will come out in one day more when you can consider yourself part of the newsies family. (read more)

Film - You're in
the Army now

Queen and Country opens in 1952 as a handsome pup, Bill, gets his notice to report for two years as a conscript (or draftee) in "the King's Army. (read more)

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