Issue:  Vol. 48 / No. 13 / 29 March 2018
 

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Online Extra: Political Notes: Out Oakland councilman hosts re-election fundraiser

April kicks off with fundraisers for out candidates seeking local and state office in the East Bay as well as a national lesbian political group. (read more)

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First rainbow flag co-creator tells her story

A woman who helped create the first rainbow flags is coming forward to tell her story and ensure her involvement, and that of another artist, is not lost to history. (read more)

Trump outlines trans ban details

President Donald Trump signed a memorandum Friday that serves as an implementation plan for his policy to ban transgender people from serving openly in the military. (read more)

Senate Dems block Grenell appointment

Republican efforts to approve President Donald Trump's gay ambassador to Germany suffered yet another setback last week... (read more)

New CDC heads spurs controversy

The Trump administration has appointed Dr. Robert Redfield, a longtime HIV/AIDS researcher and clinician... (read more)

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Theatre - Frozen Cirque

It's been 20 years since Cirque du Soleil introduced its reputation-crowning production O. (read more)

Theatre - LGBT time travel

St. Louis in 1944. Hollywood in the 1950s. New Orleans in 1973. Uganda in 1999. New York in 2018. These are some of the destinations... (read more)

Dance - Jerome Robbins forever!

There has not been a more entertaining evening in the Opera House for years than last week's Jerome Robbins show danced by the San Francisco Ballet. (read more)

Out There - Living for the city

A new paperback edition of "Insomniac City – New York, Oliver Sacks, and Me" by Bill Hayes (Bloomsbury) comes emblazoned with a blurb... (read more)

Music - Shimmer & shake

Recently returned from hiatus, Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas joined with the San Francisco Symphony... (read more)

Arts events, March 29 – April 5

Whether seeking an inner reflection of yourself or people and worlds far outside your own experience, arts events offer journeys in both dirctions. (read more)

Film - April approaches at the Castro Theatre

April finds Castro Theatre programmers at no loss for offbeat and sometimes spine-chilling double bills and career retrospectives. (read more)

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