Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 43 / 27 October 2016

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Editorial: These four for City College board

Four years ago, in the midst of City College of San Francisco's accreditation crisis, we didn't endorse a full slate of candidates for its board of trustees. (read more)

Editorial: Kaplan for Oakland City Council

The Bay Area Reporter has supported Oakland City Councilwoman Rebecca Kaplan since she first won the at-large seat in 2008... (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)

In 2016, being an out candidate a matter of degrees

In 1961 the late drag queen Jose Sarria broke open the political closet door when he sought a San Francisco supervisor seat. (read more)

Folsom Street ED leaving for new job

The longtime executive director of the nonprofit that produces the annual Folsom Street fetish fair has announced his resignation. (read more)

Frank barnstorms for Wiener in SF visit

Former Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank had a whirlwind day in San Francisco last week, where he campaigned for Scott Wiener's state Senate race. (read more)

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Books - 1,000 perfect specimens

The 1000 Model Directory is an eyeball-boggling book. (read more)

Fine Arts - Scenes from a legendary epic

According to some scholars, the Ramayana is the greatest story never told in the West. (read more)

Out There - Czech, please!

Out There's weekend begins after our press time on Tuesdays. (read more)

Books - All natural

The 12 terrific essays decorating comedian and author Bob Smith's new book Treehab are at once thought-provoking, provocative, humorous, and... (read more)

Out & About - Masketeers

Whether you're staying up late all weekend for a great pumpkin, or hiding under a bushel, do find the nerve to enjoy our sampling of arts events... (read more)

Theatre - Haitian school of hard knocks

Haiti is not known as a land of riches, but there is a high value placed on its traditions of storytelling. (read more)

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