Issue:  Vol. 47 / No. 41 / 12 October 2017
Arts events Out & About Oct. 12-19

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Online Extra: Gays Across America: CA's Speier, Davis among lawmakers behind bipartisan bill

U.S. bill would protect trans troops; amended complaint filed in trans hospital lawsuit. (read more)

Online Extra: Political Notes: Tempers flare in LA Assembly runoff race

Tempers flare as supporters of a gay LA Assembly candidate blast state Democratic Party officials for rigging endorsement vote in runoff race. (read more)


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LGBTs caught in horrific N. Bay fires

Fast-moving wildfires fueled by dry brush and Diablo winds roared through the hillsides and vineyards in Napa and Sonoma counties starting late Sunday night and continued to burn out of control. (read more)

Defense accuses dead B.A.R. writer of sexual attack

The attorney for the man accused of fatally strangling former Bay Area Reporter writer Dan Aiello is claiming that his client, Kyle Billy Fletcher, had been "in fear of a sexual assault," and Fletcher "was defending himself. (read more)

Garden club has first workday at Dolores Park

In an effort to enhance beauty and promote safety, the Dolores Park Garden Club has been formed to, among other things, build and sustain flower beds throughout the park. (read more)

San Francisco's gay Nob Hill Theatre for sale

The Nob Hill Theatre, an iconic San Francisco gay male strip club, is going up for sale later this month. (read more)

Gay man assaulted in the Castro

Gary McCoy, an advocate for people who are homeless and for people living with HIV, was assaulted in the Castro Sunday morning, October 8. (read more)

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Fine Arts - Pterosaur psyndrome!

The desire for dinosaurs in the digital age is easily met. (read more)

Film - Haynes + Vachon, moviemaking duo

In 1991, following the release of their first collaboration "Poison," producer Christine Vachon and director Todd Haynes found themselves on the leading edge of what has since been dubbed New Queer Cinema. (read more)

Out There - Music for the curious at heart

What the Davies Hall nightclub SoundBox is to the San Francisco Symphony, SF Opera Lab Pop-Ups are to the San Francisco Opera. (read more)

Out & About - Arts events

Colorful interpretations of reality in art. Don't be too superstitious on Friday the 13th to not go out and see some art. Good luck! (read more)

Theatre - Musical headliners

And the Tony Award for best performance by an actress in a leading role in a musical goes to – all three headliners in the latest Broadway @ the Herbst series. (read more)

Theatre - Interventions & complications galore

On the first page of a little notebook, I made scribblings about the dialogue, characters, and situations in the first half of "Barbecue. (read more)

Music - Birthday party for Leonard Bernstein

American mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard is a big hit in Northern California. (read more)

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