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Veteran progressive activist and TV, film, and stage producer Scott Robbe died November 21, according to a statement by Paul Algiers, a longtime friend and the executor of Mr. Robbe's estate.
The obituary for Sandra Ortiz Taylor, a visual artist who once taught at City College of San Francisco.
It is no exaggeration to say that Stephen Sondheim reinvented the Broadway musical and became the quintessential musical dramatist of our age, and the most influential composer-lyricist of the second half of the 20th century.
The obituary for Mark Richard (Rick) Ashworth aka K.C. Dare, who was involved in LGBTQ social and fundraising circles and was Queen I of Krewe de Kinque.
The obituary for Gary Mitchell Lang, who ran his own graphic design business that focused on Bay Area performing arts groups.
The obituary for Carse McDaniel, who worked at the public library and in retirement enjoyed traveling.
The obituary for James "Jim" Edward Doherty Jr., who was a social worker before becoming a travel counselor.
The obituary for Michael Richard Phelan, who ministered to others as a funeral home director.
LGBTQ and allied leaders reacted with an outpouring of support and tributes for Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan after she was killed by a motorist November 3 while walking her dog in Alameda. Ms. Chan was 72.
The obituary for Lawrence "Goombah" Kelleher, a spiritual seeker who loved the outdoors.
The obituary for Arnold Rice, an artist and architect.
The obituary for William Townsend Stewart, a calligrapher and one of the first Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.