Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 20 / 19 May 2016

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Online Extra: Political Notes: Gay Democratic Party official visits Bay Area

Gay Democratic Party official visits the Bay Area ahead of California's June primary. (read more)

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Editorial: Henderson for SF Superior Court

This year voters have three solid candidates to choose from to fill an open seat on the San Francisco Superior Court. (read more)

B.A.R. election endorsements

Click here for the complete B.A.R. endorsements for the upcoming election. (read more)

SFMTA eyes Castro parking lots for housing

San Francisco's transit agency is eyeing two surface parking lots in the city's gay Castro district as potential affordable housing sites. (read more)

Morris moves to Roxie

Longtime film festival programmer Jennifer "Junkyard" Morris has joined the Roxie Theater as a programmer. (read more)

Zuckerberg hospital set to open Saturday

Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center is preparing to move about 200 patients into its new main facility at 1001 Potrero Avenue... (read more)

Trans woman, accused of threats, freed from jail

A transgender San Francisco woman who allegedly wielded a screwdriver at her husband and threatened to kill him has been released... (read more)

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Fine Arts - Welcome to the new Modern

Some of us thought the day when SFMOMA would complete its much-anticipated expansion project and reopen to the public would never come... (read more)

Film - Essential Almodovar plays the Roxie

Is there a single Pedro Almodovar big-screen moment? You be the judge as San Francisco's Roxie Theater hosts... (read more)

Out There - Up the down SFMOMA staircase

This issue begins two weeks of coverage of the new improved SFMOMA from arts writer Sura Wood . (read more)

Film - Jane Austen meets Whit Stillman

If only he made more films, I'd probably become a fan. (read more)

Out & About -
Crash & class

From the first note, you know a professional's on stage. (read more)

Theatre - Return of the drag queens

The big, beautiful Castro Theatre is the place to be on May 28 if you love a big, beautiful drag show. (read more)

Music - All over Schumann

How splendid of Robert Schumann to be having a year in classical music without having to die or be reborn for it. (read more)

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