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Music for the Curious at Heart

By Roberto Friedman | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
What the Davies Hall nightclub SoundBox is to the San Francisco Symphony, SF Opera Lab Pop-Ups are to the San Francisco Opera.

Defense Accuses Dead B.A.R. Writer of Sexual Attack

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
The attorney for the man accused of fatally strangling former Bay Area Reporter writer Dan Aiello is claiming that his client, Kyle Billy Fletcher, had been "in fear of a sexual assault," and Fletcher "was defending himself."

Gay Man Assaulted in the Castro

By Sari Staver | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
Gary McCoy, an advocate for people who are homeless and for people living with HIV, was assaulted in the Castro Sunday morning, October 8.

Interventions & complications galore

By Richard Dodds | Thursday Oct 12, 2017
Robert O'Hara's play now at San Francisco Playhouse is nearly impossible to review without making unconscionable revelations.

On the Tab :: Oct. 12 - 19

Thursday Oct 12, 2017
Sit up front, sidle up to the bar, pull up to the bumper. However you get there, go out, be out.

Eatery Owners Plan New Castro Cantina

By Sari Staver | Sunday Oct 8, 2017
This winter, if you can't afford the time or money to go to Puerto Vallarta, a new cantina on Castro Street will make you feel like you're on the beach in Mexico.

LGBT History Month: Fall of 1977 Part of Seminal Period in LGBT History

By Matthew S. Bajko | Sunday Oct 8, 2017
"You can't overstate enough how important 1977 was, from in the spring when we knew we were under attack by Anita Bryant, all the way into 1978," said oral historian Glenne McElhinney.

Vernacular Eye

By Sura Wood | Sunday Oct 8, 2017
A quintessential American photographer who's inarguably one of the most influential of the 20th century, Evans attempted to define the fundamental features of American culture through photography.

Six Degrees of Political Involvement

By Richard Dodds | Sunday Oct 8, 2017
In this sharply written world premiere at New Conservatory Theatre Center, a character's call is answered before the line goes dead. Whatever optimism that can be rekindled will be hard-earned going forward.

S. Bay Supes Look to Create Programs for Homeless Youth

By Heather Cassell | Sunday Oct 8, 2017
Following the presentation of a report showing 13,250 high school students in Santa Clara County are couch surfing or living on the streets, the Board of Supervisors voted to create programs to tackle Silicon Valley's growing homeless youth population.

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