Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 16 / 16 April 2015

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Online Extra: Political Notes: All but two US states included on LGBT historic sites map

National map of LGBT historic sites reaches 650 places, though Arkansas and Mississippi are yet to be represented. (read more)

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Work starts on LGBT senior housing

Graffiti covers the interior walls throughout Richardson Hall, a vacant historic Spanish Colonial Revival style structure at the corner of Laguna and Hermann streets... (read more)

Openhouse to honor Hernandez, Hormel at Spring Fling

A former San Francisco health director is among the honorees at this year's Spring Fling, a benefit held by Openhouse... (read more)

Trans people face
high costs to transition

Jaclyn Mae came out of the closet when she was 21. When she told her family in Indiana that she was a transgender woman... (read more)

Sisters: Don't call it
Pink Saturday

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence have decided that organizers of this year's event can't use the name Pink Saturday. (read more)

AHF lawsuit against
city on hold

An AIDS-related nonprofit suing San Francisco over the city's formula retail rules has agreed to put its lawsuit on hold. (read more)

Worker sues US for same-sex benefits back pay

A longtime federal employee who lives in the East Bay is accusing the government of not paying her back for health care costs because she's married to a woman, despite a 2013 U. (read more)

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More Arts

Theatre - Separating from Hedwig

Lena Hall won a Tony Award for playing a woebegone man in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. (read more)

Fine Arts -
Jacob Lawrence's rhapsody in blues

A master storyteller with a fine-tuned social conscience who used his gifts and a powerful artistic voice to become... (read more)

Out There -
Books, props, kudos

What books are currently on your nightstand? That's a question The New York Times Book Review asks a featured writer each week. (read more)

Music - Charting the course

A funny thing happened on the way to the San Francisco Symphony last week. (read more)

Out & About - On the bias

Can I tell you what's the most fun to do? Can I be a tad biased? Can you trust me as your cultural tour guide for the week? (read more)

Dance - Dueling
mixed bills delight

Well, I'll be damned! It's impossible to prefer one over the other of San Francisco Ballet's mixed bills that opened last week at the Opera House. (read more)

Books - Matrimonial bliss

As the United States Supreme Court nears its pivotal decision this summer to resolve the debate on gay marriage, tensions are running high... (read more)

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