Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 5 / 29 January 2015
 
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Castro arson suspect
appears in court

A San Francisco man convicted of accidentally choking to death his sexual partner in 2011 pleaded not guilty this week in a case that involves at least one recent fire in the Castro. (read more)

Besties get a makeover

Voting for the Bay Area Reporter 's readers' poll starts Thursday (January 29) and this year has seen a makeover in the contest. (read more)

Imperial Court celebrates
its golden anniversary

It began as a platform to foster gay pride during a time when homosexuality was still classified as a mental disorder. (read more)

A monarchy for all comers,
gay or straight

It may have been a sovereignty established to lend nobility to drag queens, but today it is a monarchy that welcomes everyone, gay or straight, in drag or out. (read more)

Senior 'Bill of Rights' unveiled

A new law set to be introduced in San Francisco aims to protect LGBT seniors living in long-term care facilities in the city. (read more)

Body found in bay in November ID'd as gay man

The body found floating in San Francisco Bay in November has been identified as Dan Ha, the medical examiner's office announced Sunday, January 25. (read more)

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Dance - Kicking off the ballet season

For the first time in 30 years, San Francisco Ballet's opening night gala disappointed me. (read more)

Fine Arts - Distant memories of
South of Market

Janet Delaney: South of Market, now on show at the de Young Museum, is a photographic essay that documents... (read more)

Out There - Do-it-yourself North Bay getaway

The small picturesque town of Healdsburg in the North Bay is in the midst of its inaugural Hands on Healdsburg program, set to run through Feb. 28. (read more)

Out & About - Curtains call

Theatrical entertainments lure you into other worlds, with performers flinging their bodies into the air, jumping through hoops, or simply reading beguilingly fascinating poetry. (read more)

Theatre - Portrait of a lady

Tom Stoppard is a bright guy. You won't get much argument with that. (read more)

Theatre - Medium rare

It's no surprise when Angela Lansbury gets a round of applause as she makes her first entrance in Blithe Spirit. (read more)

Theatre - Are you ready
for some football?

A docudrama about head concussions sustained in professional football sounded about as enticing as a docudrama on pedestrian safety... (read more)

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