Issue:  Vol. 47 / No. 12 / 23 March 2017
 
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LGBT seniors settle in at 55 Laguna

Having lived for eight years in the Ambassador, a converted single-room-occupancy hotel in the Tenderloin at the corner of Mason and Eddy streets, Ron Cordova had become inured to the constant whir of sirens outside his building. (read more)

SF LGBT senior agency welcomes new leader

The ceremony Thursday to dedicate the city's first housing designed specifically for LGBT seniors will also serve as a public debut for Karyn Skultety, Ph. (read more)

Meals on Wheels braces for cuts

Meals on Wheels of San Francisco is bracing for possible cuts now that President Donald Trump has released his proposed budget, but the chief executive officer stressed that clients should not panic. (read more)

Ting plans education campaign on gender-neutral bathroom signs

Earlier this month Jordan Davis was traveling with friends to Sacramento when they pulled off the highway in the city of Davis to make a pit stop. (read more)

Man on life support after Castro bar outburst

A gay San Francisco man who had been acting violently at a Castro district bar is on life support, and the man's stepfather is attributing his condition to a sedative that he said first responders gave his son. (read more)

Diaz gets probation in assault case

David Munoz Diaz, the San Francisco resident who was acquitted in 2014 of murdering another man during a sexual encounter, has been released from jail again after accepting a plea deal in a case where he was accused of disfiguring a man. (read more)

Proponents argue for HIV criminalization reform

A bill before the California Senate would change laws that make it a felony to expose someone to HIV, recognizing advances in the science of HIV treatment and prevention. (read more)

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Film - For the love of Frantz

As Americans, we are now thoroughly conditioned to making war on peoples on the other side of the globe, whose deaths we neither count nor consider. (read more)

Fine Arts - Puzzling out influence

It sounds like the plot of a Hollywood movie: a young art student encounters the work of an elder master, and his life and career are altered forever. (read more)

Music - New Century Chamber Orchestra jams with Chanticleer

Two evergreen San Francisco musical institutions, New Century Chamber Orchestra and the male vocal ensemble Chanticleer, joined forces recently for a reunion in that other City of Light, Paris. (read more)

Out There - One fraught phone call

Out There was in the house last Friday night as renowned Italian soprano Anna Caterina Antonacci (with pianist Donald Sulzen) performed Elle, the distraught character at the heart of Francis Poulenc's La Voix humaine, along with a program of French art-songs for SF Opera Lab in the Dianne and Tad Taube Atrium Theater at the Diane B. (read more)

Out & About - Moving, pictures

Spring arts have sprung; driving dance concerts, eye-catching art exhibits, and stunning stage plays. (read more)

Theatre - Existential enigmas at the B&B

When a guest in her B&B asks the little-old-lady host if she "is a Christian or something," she casually lets drop that she's a Neoplatonist. (read more)

Theatre - Ballad of Norma McCorvey

Norma McCorvey was no Rosa Parks, but she didn't need to be. (read more)

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