Issue:  Vol. 47 / No. 8 / 23 February 2017
 

Blake Morgan: The singer-songwriter on his campaign
to respect musicians' rights

"Spotify says they can't turn a profit because they have to pay artists too much. But the owner of Spotify is worth $310 million," says singer-songwriter with a derisive laugh.

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BARchive -
The Golden Age of Hustlers: The decline of male street trade, and their bars

"When the bridal parties started coming in, the hustlers disappeared." It was an offhand comment that Joe Mattheisen, manager of Aunt Charlie's made when I was working on an article about the bar. What about the history of hustlers in town? (read more)

Vote in our annual
readers' choice awards

Vote now in the Bay Area Reporter's annual readers' choice poll. You'll be entered to win an array of great prizes just for voting for your favorite people, places, and things to do in San Francisco and the Bay Area (here)

Psycho, the Musical

Alfred Hitchock's classic chiller Psycho, that grand old chestnut about a boy's love for his mom, comes to Oasis in a drag musical parody. (read more)

On the Town - Legends and bon temps

Donna Sachet covers the When We Rise screening, Krewe de Kinque Bal Masquerade, 'Legends' at The Lookout, and upcoming Imperial Court events. (read more)

On the Tab,
Feb. 23-March 2

It's not Spring yet, but nightlife events are springing up like fresh blossoms. (read more)

Shining Stars:
Jock @ Lookout

Sports teams around the Bay Area host fundraisers at the weekly Jock at the Lookout. Tsunami Polo hosted a fun one on Sunday. (read more)


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