Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 6 / 11 February 2016
 
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Raucous meeting over
sex offender site

After a rowdy and raucous Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association community meeting Monday... (read more)

SF readies condom campaigns to reduce STDs

Use a condom messaging is again being rolled out in San Francisco. (read more)

Rehab rep blames Wiener for backlash

In a tersely worded email, a co-founder of Sharper Future, the sex offender rehabilitation group... (read more)

Knoller loses legal bid,
plans appeal

The attorney for Marjorie Knoller plans to appeal the decision of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that refused to overturn.. (read more)

Couple in trans attack
backtracks on pleas

A San Francisco couple accused of attacking a transgender woman late last year want to withdraw the guilty pleas they entered in the case. (read more)

Group gets pissy about pissoir

A bathroom-obsessed, anti-LGBT group based in Sacramento is threatening San Francisco officials with a lawsuit if they don't remove the recently installed pissoir... (read more)

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Fine Arts - Painter prophet of Modernism

While growing up, I spent hours in the company of Pierre Bonnard, whose paintings were part of the collections at... (read more)

Film - Indie as they wanna be

The 18th SF Independent Film Festival (SF IndieFest) is certainly not a supercharged, glamorpuss event, and its actors-writers-directors-editors-cinematographers... (read more)

Music - Guests in the symphony hall

The carousel of guest conductors continues spinning in Davies Symphony Hall as a trio of guest artists finished visits with the San Francisco Symphony last week. (read more)

Out There - Screening shorts during last down

We're so glad the Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Bowl is over. (read more)

Out & About -
Hearts & Arts

Jump in and out of love, for the arts, of course! As for romance, well, what do I know?

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Theatre - Moody relationships
& little Eyolf, too

The Aurora Theatre is again playing around with Ibsen, a playwright not noted for playfulness. (read more)

Film - How Ingrid Bergman saw things

Jean Renoir, for whom Ingrid Bergman (1915-82) gave one of her most lyrical performances in Elena et Les Hommes (1956), said she preferred a scandal to a lie. (read more)

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