Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 41 / 8 October 2015

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2015 Endorsements, Candidates: Lee, Christensen deserve your vote

San Francisco is riding the highs and lows of an unprecedented boom period. (read more)

2015 Endorsements, Ballot Measures: Vote no on Prop F

The arrival of the technology revolution and the sharing economy has had significant impacts, some good and some bad... (read more)

Gay ex-SF cop denies embezzlement

A gay former San Francisco police officer pleaded not guilty this week to felony charges of grand theft and embezzlement. (read more)

Biden, Clinton
wow LGBT audiences

Just 10 days before the first televised debate among the 2016 Democratic presidential candidates, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vice President Joe Biden elicited enthusiastic cheers... (read more)

LGBT History Month: From Stonewall to the White House, and activist to author

I'm standing across the street from Stonewall in Sheridan Square. (read more)

Bringing sexy
to Castro fair

The annual Castro Street Fair took place Sunday, October 4 and, after a day of perusing booths and checking out performances, crowds in front of the QBar got a treat when a go-go dancer... (read more)

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Dance - Russian ballet,
flawed but brilliant

Time was, if big-time dance came to town from New York or Europe, they'd play San Francisco's Opera House... (read more)

Film - Savoring cinema
in Mill Valley

The 2015 Mill Valley Film Festival has an unusually rich lineup of queer films, plus a sizzling selection of... (read more)

Out There - Sweeney meditations

Out There was in the house for the final performance of San Francisco Opera's Sweeney Todd last week, surely one of the highlights of the young fall arts season... (read more)

Out & About - Celebravery

What's in a line? A bold stroke of forthright truth, a fictional vision, a dancerly swoop, a sardonic jab at pop culture? (read more)

Theatre - Filipino dreaming

Checkers Rosario could be described as a director of B movies in the Philippines, except that that grade level is too generous. (read more)

Theatre - Enterprising dragsters

If you were born the year when the original Star Trek debuted on television in 1966, you'd be pushing 50 right now. (read more)

Music - Looking back from 60

To honor Anne Sofie von Otter on her 60th birthday, Deutsche Grammophon has issued a 10-CD box of this wonderful artist's favorite recordings. (read more)

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