Issue:  Vol. 47 / No. 32 / 10 August 2017
Out & About - Arts Events - Aug. 10-17, 2017

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Online Extra: Gays Across America: Anti-gay Fresno school official refuses to resign

Central Valley school official resists national call to step down over anti-gay comments in interview; LGBTQ groups respond to Charlottesville. (read more)

Online Extra: Political Notes: VA trans candidate gets SF assist

LGBT political group in San Francisco aims to assist transgender Virginia legislative candidate Danica Roem. (read more)


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Prop Q tents measure rarely used

After being one of the most contentious issues on San Francisco's ballot last November, Proposition Q, which allows the city to remove homeless peoples' tents... (read more)

Team seeks LGBTs for national health study

A team of health researchers based in San Francisco has been selected by the National Institutes of Health to encourage participation... (read more)

LGBTQ center to open in Oakland

There are an estimated 25 LGBTQ community centers in California, but Oakland has been the only major city in the state without one – until now. (read more)

New rabbi settles in at LGBT synagogue

Taking over leadership of Congregation Sha'ar Zahav is a dream come true for Rabbi Mychal Copeland, who is excited and proud... (read more)

Festival celebrates diversity of Filipino community

As one of the largest celebrations of Filipino culture and heritage in the country, the 24th annual Pistahan Parade and Festival... (read more)

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Theatre - Glamour meets treachery

"D'Arcy is a prolific genius," proclaimed drag artist Matthew Martin as he prepared for his role in "Bitch Slap," D'Arcy Drollinger's mad send-up of 1980s soap operas. (read more)

Theatre - Queer comics shine

Billed as the largest South Asian Comedy Fest in America, the latest edition of the 4th annual Desi Comedy Fest will begin... (read more)

Fine Arts - August in the art galleries

So you're in town for August, beach vacations and overseas trips over and done, and you're casting about for edifying, dare we say, enlightening ways to spend your time. (read more)

Out There - Desert art convergence

For years our main experience with Burning Man was that... (read more)

Out & About - Arts events

Going out, getting dressed up or down, casual arts events refresh our souls like a lovely pitcher of sweet tea. (read more)

Theatre - Medical mystery & misdirection

The doctor has bad news for Juliana Smithson. (read more)

Television - Born to play Monroe Stahr

F. Scott Fitzgerald died before he finished his final novel, "The Last Tycoon." (read more)

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