Issue:  Vol. 47 / No. 47 / 23 November 2017
Out and About - Arts events : November 23-30. 2017

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Covered CA enrollment underway

Despite the uncertainty surrounding the Affordable Care Act due to President Donald Trump's desire to end the federal health insurance program, health officials in California have mounted a marketing blitz to enroll residents of the Golden State in insurance plans for 2018. (read more)

Farley named new trans adviser

Clair Farley, the director of economic development at the San Francisco LGBT Community Center for the past 11 years, has been named the mayor's senior adviser on transgender initiatives, replacing Theresa Sparks, a trans woman who is retiring. (read more)

Events set for World AIDS Day

Events are planned around the Bay Area next week to mark the 29th annual World AIDS Day (December 1), which commemorates the lives lost and the work that remains to be done in fighting HIV and AIDS. (read more)

A helping hand for Thanksgiving

Oakland City Councilman Abel Guillen, left, hands a turkey to Sarah Huang and Gordon Wu at his third annual Thanksgiving Basket Giveaway that took place Saturday, November 18 at Roosevelt Middle School. (read more)

Gay SF man denies murder charge

The gay man accused of fatally stabbing his boyfriend in San Francisco's Hayes Valley has pleaded not guilty. (read more)

Fountaingrove Lodge residents return home

Residents of the Fountaingrove Lodge, an LGBT senior living facility in Santa Rosa's Fountaingrove neighborhood, were happy to finally return to the lodge November 13, following the October wildfires. (read more)

DOJ, gay groups differ on bias in cake case

By one legal expert's assessment, the Trump administration's argument for allowing a baker to refuse service to a same-sex couple would lead to "anarchy. (read more)

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Fine Arts - Rauschenberg rewrites the playbook

SFMOMA closes out 2017 with a bang in one of its best shows of the year. (read more)

Music - Visionary vibes

Just in time for Thanksgiving, Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony stuffed Davies Symphony Hall with the big and bountiful Symphony No. (read more)

Theatre - Back to her roots

A brick thrown from a window nearly ended Carmen Cusack's previous San Francisco appearance as she made her way to the theater for a rehearsal of "South Pacific. (read more)

Out There - Meeting the Marchesa

Books are the most extraordinary things. (read more)

Books - Offstage love story

Finding Roger: An Improbably Theatrical Love Story by Rick Elice; Kingswell, $26. (read more)

Out & About - Arts events

Whether you prefer bird or Tofurky, your holiday weekend arts events are juicy and cruelty-free. (read more)

Theatre - Chorus girl makes good

If you're going to do one thing really well, and the show you're doing is "42nd Street," it had better be propulsive tap-dance routines. (read more)

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