Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 17 / 28 April 2016

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Vexing year for lesbian GGNRA superintendent

Of the 410 National Park Service units throughout the U.S., Christine Lehnertz has visited 75 to date. (read more)

Wallace describes hit-and-run crash

The man accused of killing a gay San Francisco man in a hit-and-run crash says he didn't realize he'd hit someone until days later... (read more)

Lyft sued over gay man's death

The boyfriend of a man killed in a crash involving Lyft and the dead man's mother are suing the ride-hailing company... (read more)

Berkeley adopts 'hate states' travel, contract ban

Berkeley officials this week adopted the strongest response yet to so-called hate states that have enacted LGBT discriminatory laws... (read more)

SF Pride names more marshals, parade honorees

A pioneering lesbian activist who worked with Harvey Milk and a trans mindfulness coach are among the people... (read more)

Filmmakers pull documentary from Frameline

The filmmakers of a documentary that focused on a little known riot by transgender and gay patrons... (read more)

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Theatre - His Lola adventure

He did not create the role of Lola in Kinky Boots, but it sometimes seems like the role was created for him. (read more)

Film - International visions

The queer highlight of the San Francisco International Film Festival's second week is a timely revival of The Watermelon Woman, Cheryl Dunye's 1996 LGBTQ Cinema classic. (read more)

Film - Classic African American lesbian film returns

San Francisco is the next stop on an international tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of Cheryl Dunye's... (read more)

Out There - Purple reign

"Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to get through this thing called life." The lyric was, of course, from the immortal musical genius Prince, the setting was... (read more)

Fine Arts - Talking with Isaac

The gay, black filmmaker/photographer Isaac Julien is soft-spoken, thoughtful and one natty dresser. (read more)

Out & About - Impactory

Strong dramatic theatre, art, and dances fill up this week's arts agenda. (read more)

Music - Queer acts

Openly gay male hip-hop acts were unthinkable just a few years ago. (read more)

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