Issue:  Vol. 44 / No. 42 / 16 October 2014
 
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Online Extra: Political Notes: Out CA legislative candidates rake in the cash

Gay and lesbian CA legislative candidates rake in the cash. (read more)

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Oakland could beat SF
to having out mayor

Oakland voters could make history in November by electing the Bay Area's first out mayor to serve a full term... (read more)

Bay Guardian
abruptly shuts down

The alternative weekly that had published for 48 years and was known for its coverage and support of LGBT rights, immigration reform, and progressive issues, abruptly shut down this week. (read more)

Breast cancer group
decries pink marketing

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month but one local agency has called out several national marketing campaigns and offered a sweeping critique of so-called pink ribbon culture... (read more)

Witnesses testify against
alleged fake cop

A San Francisco man who's accused of pretending to be a cop and forcing other men to engage in sexual acts with him faced testimony in recent days from most of his seven alleged victims. (read more)

Queer poet to share creative expression during SF visit

Award-winning poet Andrea Gibson is in San Francisco this week for two appearances, both of which are expected to be well-attended. (read more)

Journalists honored at NLGJA gala

The northern California chapter of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association honored several people at its annual Fall Honors reception October 9 at Bloomberg West. (read more)

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Theatre - Light in the heart of the blight

In a sleeveless patterned sundress, incongruously set off by a pair of heavy-duty hiking boots, Carey Perloff enthusiastically guided a contingent of hard-hatted journalists... (read more)

Fine Arts -
Provocative women

Two new exhibitions put female artists front and center, where they belong and deserve to be in far greater numbers. (read more)

Out There -
Aromatherapy reading

As we've no doubt told you before, Out There is a most promiscuous reader. (read more)

Out & About - Seasonalities

Pick your faves, as fall arts events are fleeting by faster than you think. (read more)

Theatre - Fat chance

Samuel D. Hunter's The Whale starts off more like a minnow, as a series of short scenes, and the blackouts between them... (read more)

Theatre - Dressed to
kill & thrill

Like a gathering of cumulonimbus clouds, Angela Arden seems to make each entrance billowing in ever more chiffon. (read more)

Film - Humiliating hazing over a drum kit

Survivors of abusive relationships develop their own peculiar coping skills – among other things, a thick hide, and sometimes, paradoxically, an unusually tender heart. (read more)

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