Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 21 / 21 May 2015
 
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CA LGBT history
project launches

A project has been launched in California to focus on the state's LGBT history... (read more)

POH leaders prep for study data

The new heads of a San Francisco-based nonprofit that provides meals to people living with AIDS and other diseases are preparing for the release... (read more)

Police bias the focus
at LGBT club meeting

On May 11, San Francisco police Sergeant Yulanda Williams was pulled over. (read more)

Protest outside
Catholic picnic

A small number of protesters showed up outside Sue Bierman Park Saturday, May 16 where San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone was holding a free family picnic... (read more)

Castro audio tour
with AIDS quilt creator debuts

The audio tour begins in front of the Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy, where listeners learn... (read more)

CA budget to include more ADAP coverage for hep C

Advocates for people living with HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C are cheering some aspects of California Governor Jerry Brown's revised budget proposal... (read more)

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Fine Arts - Return to the Rainbow Forest

A spinner of tales, a visual novelist, a dream weaver, John Bankston is a San Francisco-based, gay African-American artist... (read more)

Theatre - Funny in drag!

Join RuPaul sidekick Michelle Visage and a collection of impeccably dressed if raucously funny drag superstars for a night of wild and wacky comedy at the venerable Castro Theatre. (read more)

Out There - International style

Tonight begins the three-week run of this year's edition of the San Francisco International Arts Festival (May 21-June 7 at Fort Mason Center). (read more)

Out & About -
Training days

Vocal voices, theatricalities, simmering syncopated dancing; there's more than enough to keep you off the tube and your phone. (read more)

Theatre - Full frontal farce in Brighton

One joke, two acts. Even the author of One Man, Two Guvnors acknowledges the dramatic dilemma at hand. (read more)

Theatre - Desperate television executives

"I am the master of my fate," famously wrote Victorian poet William Ernest Henley. (read more)

Film - Catching a wave
at the Castro Theatre

The second half of May at the Castro Theatre offers a birthday party for Harvey Milk (5/22, his 85th), an evening of Drag Queen Comedy (5/23)... (read more)

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