Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 48 / 1 December 2016

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Pulse survivors to light Tree of Hope

Ilka Reyes recalls being at Pulse nightclub June 12 with several friends. (read more)

Milk, Moscone remembered at vigil

Several hundred people gathered at Harvey Milk Plaza Sunday night to remember gay former Supervisor Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone, who were assassinated at City Hall on November 27, 1978. (read more)

Jones shares his story

It's not an exaggeration to say that longtime gay activist Cleve Jones has been involved with every major event in San Francisco's LGBT movement since 1977, when he befriended and worked with Harvey Milk. (read more)

Crowd-pleasing holiday tree

A crowd gathered at 18th and Castro streets Monday, November 28 for the lighting of the annual holiday tree. (read more)

Stud, Castro Country Club get legacy status

Two iconic LGBT businesses in San Francisco – the Stud bar and the recovery-based Castro Country Club – could get some help after the city's Small Business Commission granted them legacy business status. (read more)

SF City College faces enrollment crunch

San Francisco's community college system is facing an enrollment crunch as it anxiously awaits word on if its accreditation will be upheld and if city leaders will make good on their pledge to offer free tuition to city residents. (read more)

Trump leaves AIDS advocates feeling anxious

The election of Donald Trump has left many people with HIV, their medical providers, and advocates feeling uncertain and anxious. (read more)

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Music - Gotta sing! Gotta dance!

Tony Yazbeck was born to dance. (read more)

Film - Pictures in the cinematic cave

Thirty thousand years ago, Europeans painted horses on the walls of caves. (read more)

Out There - Collaborators in uncommon art

People on deadline, crazy writer types and polyamorists all benefit from having structure in their lives, even on vacation. (read more)

Theatre - It's complicated

In a scene late in Entanglement, a new play by AJ Baker, one character says to another, "Why didn't you just tell me?" It seems a very rational question, given the lengths taken to communicate an answer that ultimately arrives in a few sentences. (read more)

Music - World-class Mahler explorations

November at Davies Symphony Hall began and ended this year with two world-renowned orchestras bringing performances of two Mahler symphonies to a town already well-acquainted with the epic works of the great composer. (read more)

Music - Small change in the opera world

Last summer was rocky on the opera stock market. (read more)

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