Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 18 / 30 April 2015
 
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Marriage advocates optimistic of Supreme Court win

Same-sex marriage legal advocates who were at Tuesday's oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court... (read more)

Mixed reaction
to Jenner interview

There was mixed reaction from trans community leaders to former Olympian Bruce Jenner's announcement... (read more)

'Pink Party' new name
for pre-Pride festival

Organizers of the Castro street party formerly known as Pink Saturday have chosen Pink Party as the new name... (read more)

Ex-Milk club co-prez
enters City College race

Thomas Temprano, a former co-president of the progressive Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club, announced this week his campaign... (read more)

Questions remain in gay man's death

Questions continue to surround the death of a former Bay Area Reporter writer as people who know the man accused of killing him express surprise... (read more)

Assembly panel OKs
drug pricing bill

An Assembly committee this week passed a bill aimed at capping the prices of specialty drugs that treat ailments such as HIV, AIDS, and hepatitis C. (read more)

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Film - International buzz

The 58th San Francisco International Film Festival's second week...delivers breathtaking original cinema, a great lead-in to the 2015 Fall awards season. (read more)

Theatre - Music & glamour in a memory play

She was an Iranian film star who didn't see her own movies, a celebrity who stayed home because she didn't like to be recognized. (read more)

Out There - Night at the wax museum

Please note that by wax museum, we don't mean your favorite Castro District bar. (read more)

Music - New Chike Fifth

The latest release in the steadily growing SFS discography of performances recorded live in Davies Symphony Hall... (read more)

Out & About - Opportunes

How many times has someone said, "You've got to see it!" about a movie, a play, or an art exhibit? Do you then feel guilt-tripped into attending? Never fear. (read more)

Theatre - Friends & family at the Talley estate

For a play that debuted in 1978, Lanford Wilson's Fifth of July is remarkable in how unremarkably a gay couple figures... (read more)

Dance - Continuing revelations
of Alvin Ailey

The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater filled Zellerbach Hall night after night last week. (read more)

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