Issue:  Vol. 44 / No. 30 / 24 July 2014

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AIDS confab
looks to future

Delegates at the 20th International AIDS Conference expressed optimism about progress made to date, but stressed that more remains to be done... (read more)

Queer SF couple
fights eviction

A San Francisco same-sex couple is fighting their landlords' efforts to evict them from their apartment. (read more)

Older lesbians
gather in Oakland

A national organization for lesbians age 59 and older is hosting its biennial gathering in Oakland this weekend as it marks its 25th anniversary. (read more)

Crowning achievement

The annual AIDS Walk took place in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park Sunday, July 20 and first-time lead organization Project Inform said the event was a success. (read more)

Nonprofit aims for LGBT-friendly
corporate workplaces

A new nonprofit aims to make corporate offices friendlier to LGBT employees by boosting the visibility of straight allies. (read more)

Tax measure seeks
to discourage 'flipping'

A tax measure that will appear on the November ballot traces its origins to slain supervisor Harvey Milk as it seeks to discourage real-estate "flipping,"... (read more)

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Music -
Come to her window:

Known for her raspy voice and confessional lyrics, singer/songwriter and guitarist Melissa Etheridge has become a rock music icon. (read more)

Television - Things aren't really so bad for 'Little Horribles' creator

Those mortifying moments in life, the ones that make you shudder even years after they've happened, are the basis of Little Horribles,... (read more)

Out There - Another barihunk sighting

The second production of West Edge Opera 's new Summer Festival, Philip Glass and Allen Ginsberg 's Hydrogen Jukebox, will open on Sun., July 27, 5 p.m. at Berkeley's Ed Roberts Campus. (read more)

Backstage - Remembering
Elaine Stritch

A columnist's memories of a wayward interview with Elaine Stritch were stoked by her recent passing. (read more)

Out & About - Audiophiles

We would like to think that the variety of artistic endeavors happening this week will counteract the comparatively awful acts of human behavior being displayed elsewhere. (read more)

Theatre - Gay, straight, bi – & happily confused

All sorts of lines get blurred in Everybody Here Says Hello!, an intriguingly different take on contemporary romance. (read more)

Film - Through
a Jewish lens

The 34th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival runs July 24 through August 10, and has a couple of queer gems, special guests, world premieres and a number of panels where real people can talk face-to-face. (read more)

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