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Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 10 / 5 March 2015
 
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Castro rally for
black LGBTs met with anger at bar

A rally in the Castro to affirm and celebrate black LGBTQs briefly turned ugly when some of the demonstrators went to a bar... (read more)

HIV treatment, cure
discussed at CROI

A trio of experimental antiretroviral drugs and research toward a cure for HIV were among the more than 1,000 presentations... (read more)

Bill incentivizes companies to offer
trans benefits

Companies that seek state contracts in California would be unable to do so if they do not offer their transgender employees the same benefits... (read more)

Doctor recalls dispute
in Doubtfire arson case

The doctor who owns the house known for its role in the 1993 film Mrs. Doubtfire testified this week... (read more)

SF agency breaks ground
for health center

A San Francisco health care nonprofit broke ground on its new center, which will include health, housing, and other services under one roof. (read more)

Open Hand hires co-CEOs

For the second time in just over a week, a San Francisco-based nonprofit has decided to hire two people to replace a departing top executive. (read more)

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Dance - A feast
of pure dancing

The big news in San Francisco's dance scene last week was the first-class revival of Jerome Robbins' 1969 masterpiece, Dances at a Gathering, on San Francisco Ballet's Program 4. (read more)

Theatre - Charged life-story of Alan Turing

When Theatre Rhino announced its 2014-15 season in the early fall with Breaking the Code as its March production... (read more)

Out There -
Creation stories

We've got advance word on composer-pianist-conductor Thomas Ades' San Francisco Symphony conducting debut this weekend (March 5-7). (read more)

Film - Featuring
Eva Green's tongue

Why do people need guns? Why were guns invented? An explosion in a small chamber and a hunk of lead with only one way out is a recipe for murder. (read more)

Out & About -
Being Human

British gay actor Russell Tovey (Looking) stepped in it this week when he was quoted in an interview stating that he feels lucky he didn't go to acting school and become "one of those effeminate gays." (read more)

Film - March madness at
the Castro Theatre

The Castro Theatre outdoes itself with a March that sizzles with my favorite guilty pleasure: the astutely concocted thematic double- or even triple-bill. (read more)

Theatre - Springfield follies

Theater critics at several substantial London publications found Mr. Burns, a post-electric play to be elitist. Why? (read more)

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