Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 31 / 30 July 2015

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Online Extra: Political Notes: SF, LA assemblymen
'swap' districts

Assemblymen "swap" districts in San Francisco and Los Angeles, meet with LGBT leaders. (read more)

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Housing a hurdle
for LGBT refugees

San Francisco's high housing costs are particularly problematic for LGBT refugees resettled to the Bay Area. (read more)

Trans woman
killed in Fresno

Fresno police are investigating the death of someone who was stabbed on a city street late last week by a person in an SUV. (read more)

SF housing co-op
for PWAs reopens

Marty's Place, a residential co-op for low-income people living with AIDS, has reopened five years after it was shuttered. (read more)

Strollin' up the alley

Friends strolled South of Market streets at the Up Your Alley Fair Sunday, July 27. (read more)

40th annual Silicon Valley Pride to hit the streets

Silicon Valley Pride is taking its 40th celebration to the streets of San Jose. (read more)

Artist shocked by arson
on gay mural

The artist who created an LGBT mural in the Mission district that has been vandalized multiple times said at a recent forum... (read more)

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Dance - Garden party
in Stern Grove

Even Stern Grove is looking dry this year. Last Sunday's free outdoor performance by the San Francisco Ballet... (read more)

Fine Arts - Once in love with Amy

Amy Winehouse, the soulful British singer/songwriter whom Tony Bennett once called the best jazz vocalist of her generation, had it all... (read more)

Out There - Summer spirits in victuals & art

A warm summer night earlier this month in San Francisco. Out There and our personal-size pizza Pepi found our way down... (read more)

Out & About - Risk is this

Enjoy a splashy array of traditional, innovative and edgy arts events this week. (read more)

Theatre - Vulgarity with bubbles

Champagne White is misunderstood and also mispronounced. The newlywed is now Mrs. White Juan Spritzer, but mostly it's White Wine Spritzer that gets served up. (read more)

Music - Young singers
served by intimacy

The Merola Opera Program's summer festival recently offered two one-act operas on an enticing double bill at the Cowell Theater at Fort Mason. (read more)

Film - Philosophical conundrum

Until Irrational Man, the new Woody Allen thriller/comedy about a philosophy professor who discovers he needs to murder a stranger in order to feel more completely alive... (read more)

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