Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 39 / 29 September 2016

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CA, SF OK travel bans

The state of California and the city of San Francisco this week both banned taxpayer-funded travel to states with anti-LGBT laws. (read more)

Songs of Prince to enliven Castro fair

A 10-piece Prince tribute band, The Purple Ones, will appear at this year's annual Castro Street Fair Sunday, October 2. (read more)

Supe race could see lesbian on SF board

It has been 16 years since a lesbian has served on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. (read more)

A hot time at Folsom

Minimal leather was the rage at the annual Folsom Street Fair due to the hot weather Sunday, September 25. (read more)

Berkeley sued in trans woman's death

The family of a transgender woman who died during a 2013 encounter with Berkeley police is fighting to keep a federal lawsuit against the city... (read more)

Men attacked on eve of Folsom fair

Two New Yorkers who came to San Francisco for the Folsom Street Fair were pepper sprayed in an attack outside a McDonald's. (read more)

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Theatre - Darren Criss comes full circle

When Darren Criss was starring in Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway, he could hear his parents in the audience laughing at one risque joke or another. (read more)

Theatre - Drag kings: trending!

By day, she's a 30-year-old gender queer third-year law student, but at the 21st annual Drag King Contest, she'll be competing as "Pussy Diet. (read more)

Theatre - Albee: an appreciation

Edward Albee, the great American playwright, died at 88 on Sept. (read more)

Out There - The First Lady's first lady

In this election year of "Settle for Hillary" vs. "The Orange Baboon Who Doesn't Pay Taxes" (credit: Paul Rudnick), Out There finds it helpful... (read more)

Out & About - Octobright

Ah, theatre, music, dance. Swirl like an autumnal leaf. (read more)

Theatre - Monarchy on the morning after

There's no need to brush up your Shakespeare to enjoy King Charles III. (read more)

Theatre - Cold War gamesmanship

There exists no definitive version of Chess, a fact that now allows theaters to chop, dice, mix, and stir ingredients... (read more)

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