Issue:  Vol. 44 / No. 51 / 18 December 2014
 
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LGBTQs join allies in police protests

LGBTQ people have claimed a place in the protests that have recently swept local cities and the rest of the country. (read more)

SF, Castro focus on homeless issues

Thursday, December 18 is a day set aside to remember people who have died in San Francisco without a home. (read more)

Drag club races to open
by New Year's Eve

The sounds of power tools and hammering reverberate inside the confines of the former Club Caliente in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood. (read more)

EQCA plans data,
immigration work for 2015

In its year-end report, released this week, the statewide LGBT advocacy group Equality California laid out rough outlines of its plans for 2015... (read more)

Donor upset with LGBT center over wedding plans

A gay man who's a founding donor to the San Francisco LGBT Community Center took to Facebook last week after he said an inquiry about using the facility for his upcoming wedding was not responded to for two weeks. (read more)

Gym owners branch out
in the Bay Area

Out gym owners are staking claim to a slice of the Bay Area's fitness sector. (read more)

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Dance - Nutcracker: Sssh-weet!

The opening night of Nutcracker is, for lovers of classic dancing, as the opening Giants game is to San Francisco's baseball fans: it's the beginning of the season. (read more)

Theatre - You'll love to hate Bianca Del Rio

On December 19, master showman Marc Huestis will usher in the season of holiday cheer and goodwill when he brings RuPaul's Drag Race winner Bianca Del Rio to the Castro Theatre. (read more)

Out There - Russian roulette

Out There spent several happy days last week immersed in reading Little Failure, the acclaimed memoir by author Gary Shteyngart (Random House) now out in a cute little paperback ($16). (read more)

Film - Art appreciation hour

How does Christmas in London, a menu of over 2,400 world-class paintings, and time to ruminate over some of the art world's greatest treasures sound? (read more)

Out & About -
Seasonal spirit

You have to hand it to nature for giving us the gift we really need. (read more)

Theatre - Elfin charms

There's a scary moment in Elf the Musical, a show that is pretty much devoid of scary moments. (read more)

Television - Remembering iconic bisexual Sontag

Susan Sontag (1933-2004) lived a life immersed in the arts, in politics, and in intellectual thought. (read more)

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