Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 4 / 22 January 2015
 
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Online Extra: Wedding Bells Ring: Judge rules in favor of gay CA widower

Federal agency defeated on same-sex benefits stance; Alabama marriages on hold.
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Online Extra: Political Notes: CA LGBT leaders back 'right to die' bill

LGBT lawmakers back 'right to die' bill in California. (read more)

CA Hall of Fame honor
sought for gay icon

Friends and admirers of Jose Julio Sarria, a gay man and drag queen who left a lasting impact on politics and the LGBT community, are seeking to have him inducted into the California Hall of Fame. (read more)

Smith to depart AEF/BCEF

Mike Smith, the longtime executive director of the AIDS Emergency Fund and Breast Cancer Emergency Fund, has announced that he is stepping down. (read more)

City panel to review homeless deaths

San Francisco officials are working to establish a homeless death review committee. (read more)

Imperial Council turns 50

The Imperial Council of San Francisco, which operates the Imperial Court, will mark its golden anniversary this year. (read more)

Castro protesters decry
lack of diversity

The intersection of 18th and Castro streets was shut down last weekend as protesters complained about what they described... (read more)

Supreme Court agrees to hear same-sex marriage cases

There is at least one small nagging question looming over the happy news that the U.S. Supreme Court will hear the appeals... (read more)

PrEP open house
promotes access

Nearly 100 people gathered at the Eureka Valley Recreation Center in the Castro recently to learn about the latest research on HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, and how they can get it. (read more)

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More Arts

Theatre - Back in the spotlight again

Billy Porter knows what it's like to be an overnight sensation. (read more)

Film - Three cheers for Peaches & Natasha!

Drag icon Peaches Christ will host a screening of the classic film But I'm a Cheerleader on Tuesday, Jan. 27. (read more)

Out There - It's Malcolm McDowell's world

In a Mostly British Film Festival special event next month, movie-lovers will have a chance to hear McDowell, a noted raconteur, discuss his varied career... (read more)

Film - More murderous marriages at the Castro

This year's 13th Noir City festival at the Castro Theatre, Til Death Do Us Part, concludes with rare and memorable examples of the onscreen perils of matrimony. (read more)

Out & About -
Words with friends

Can we all just agree that we have some fabulous local authors, and that the best ones visit as well? (read more)

Film - Burgundy shmurgundy

As I entered the darkened cinema, a character onscreen said with remarkable clarity of diction, "You're late. (read more)

Music - Big performances in small packages

Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony, along with some very impressive guest artists, had Davies Symphony Hall burning with energy.... (read more)

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