Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 36 / 3 September 2015
 
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SF LGBT center
plans remodel

San Francisco LGBT Community Center officials have been quietly working for months with a local design firm to map out a remodel of the building, which opened its doors 13 years ago. (read more)

Mirkarimi faces
tough re-election race

The hotly contested race for San Francisco sheriff has seen a retired chief deputy take on incumbent Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, who is fighting to hold onto his job in the wake of several scandals. (read more)

Summer's kiss at
Silicon Valley Pride

South Bay residents Tina and Sabrina Hodges kissed as they marched in the Silicon Valley Pride parade Sunday, August 30. (read more)

Fake cop's victim
discusses impact

One of the male victims of a San Francisco man accused of being a fake cop and convicted of sexual assault and other charges said in superior court this week that his life was upended by the experience. (read more)

No arrests in
Fresno trans death

More than a month after a transgender woman died after being stabbed on a Fresno street, law enforcement agencies are continuing to seek the person who attacked her. (read more)

SF man with
HIV sues Delta

In a recently filed lawsuit, a San Francisco man who's living with HIV is accusing his employer, Delta Air Lines, of discrimination. (read more)

Church benefit to help with meals program

A San Francisco church that stood up to its denomination and ordained gay ministers decades ago will have a fundraiser later this month to help upgrade its kitchen, which is used to help feed the homeless and seniors. (read more)

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Film - Season to taste
Fall preview

The fall film season is unusually promising for LGBTQ filmgoers. (read more)

Fine Arts - Fall preview: Art museums

Fall offerings at the museums may seem a little thin compared to years past, as we await 2016 and the arrival of the expanded and renovated SFMOMA and the reopening of the Berkeley Art Museum in its new digs.
(read more)

Out There - Fall forward, continued

This week we offer our second round of fall preview pieces in Arts & Culture. (read more)

Theatre - It came from beyond the fringe

A little gay girl dancing for Perry Como, a faux-queen's variation on Dame Edna Everage, a queer Latina who thinks she's the next Rita Hayworth, and God's earthly visit to a prostitute are among the characters that show up in the 24th annual San Francisco Fringe Festival. (read more)

Theatre - Phantasmagoria

Most everyone I know has seen The Phantom of the Opera. (read more)

Music - Fall preview:
SF Opera & SF Symphony

Single-ticket sales for the San Francisco Opera's 93rd season have been available since June, and across the street on Grove the San Francisco Symphony's box office has been helping music-lovers pick individual concerts since July.
(read more)

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