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New group wants to save Castro Theatre seats

New group wants to save Castro Theatre seats

The Castro Theatre Conservancy has launched a campaign to draw attention to proposed changes at the much loved institution — including a plan to remove the seats on the main level.

Political Notebook: In CA insurance czar primary, Levine again falls to third place

Political Notebook: In CA insurance czar primary, Levine again falls to third place

After moving into second place last week in his primary bid for California's insurance czar, Assemblyman Marc Levine (D-Greenbrae) once again finds himself in third place as more ballots have been counted.

Boudin urges successor to keep progressive policies

Boudin urges successor to keep progressive policies

Abortion ruling protested at SF Pride parade

Abortion ruling protested at SF Pride parade

Guest Opinion: Liberal status quo brought us to this moment

Guest Opinion: Liberal status quo brought us to this moment

For SF LGBTQ theater, it's a Kinsey Sicks Christmas

For SF LGBTQ theater, it's a Kinsey Sicks Christmas

Editorial: 'They're coming for you next'

Editorial: 'They're coming for you next'

Saying 'I do' at SF City Hall

Saying 'I do' at SF City Hall

Arts & Culture

Queer as Folk 3.0: third version of popular series gets diverse

Queer as Folk 3.0: third version of popular series gets diverse

With some reservations, we welcome back "Queer As Folk" in its third incarnation, currently on Peacock. Stephen Dunn incorporates more of the punk, badass, muddy, and sometimes venomous composition of the original British characters.

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Going Out, Homing's in, June 24- July 1, 2022

Going Out, Homing's in, June 24- July 1, 2022

Even though we only have a few more days in June, let your pride continue to shine, as arts, nightlife and community events continue into July.