Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 42 / 20 October 2016

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Editorial: Recommendations for CA ballot props

There are 17 state propositions on the November ballot. Below are our recommendations. (read more)

B.A.R. election endorsements

The following is the Bay Area Reporter 's list of endorsements for the November 8 election. (read more)

Friends recall B.A.R. columnist Friday

Morgan Gorrono first met Wayne Friday three decades ago when he was a bartender at Uncle Bert's, a former gay bar in the Castro... (read more)

D7 Supe Yee in rematch with gay opponent

Four years ago Joel Engardio, a gay man and journalist, fell short in his bid for the District 7 seat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. (read more)

Oakland council race heats up

Candidates for the at-large seat on the Oakland City Council expressed their opinions on a range of issues during a forum Monday night... (read more)

SF settles suit involving gay cop

San Francisco officials have agreed to settle a lawsuit in which a young black man claimed police beat and unjustifiably arrested him in a 2015 incident... (read more)

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Music - 337-year-old prima donna rules!

The San Francisco Opera revived director Olivier Tambosi's perfect production of composer Leos Janacek's strange and compelling Vec Makropulos (The Makropulos Case )... (read more)

Fine Arts - Through a Japanese postwar lens

Japanese Photography from Postwar to Now, the second photography show to open at SFMOMA's Pritzker Center for Photography... (read more)

Out There - 2016: A Space Oddity

Some symphonygoers get up on their high horse about film screenings at the concert hall accompanied by full orchestra, calling them "orchestra karaoke. (read more)

Out & About - Octobling

Gussied up or stripped bare, autumnal arts offering range from the delicately arranged to the robustly presented. (read more)

Theatre - It's a woman's world

They want to dress like women, act like women, and be perceived as women. (read more)

Theatre - Titillating horror show returns

There is but a single spurt of blood, and as for sex, it is pretty much absent as well in the first act of the latest Shocktoberfest production at the Hypnodrome. (read more)

Film - Out of the Casbah

As we contemplate war with Russia, or Hillary contemplates it, our world seems off-kilter and jigging its way toward some series of catastrophes we are unable and unwilling to meet, mitigate, or avert. (read more)

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