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Cabaret for a new generation

By Jim Gladstone | Friday Apr 20, 2018
Annaleigh Ashford returns to SF later this month to perform her critically acclaimed solo act as part of Bay Area Cabaret's "Venetian Evenings" series at the Fairmont hotel.

Milk SFO terminal to debut in 2020

By Matthew S. Bajko | Thursday Apr 19, 2018
The Harvey Milk Terminal at San Francisco International Airport will formally debut in 2020. That is when airport officials expect the signage denoting the new name for Terminal 1 will be installed.

Conversion therapy declared a fraudulent practice by California state Assembly

By Alex Madison | Thursday Apr 19, 2018
Conversion therapy declared a fraudulent practice by California state Assembly

That ol' black magic!

By Sari Staver | Wednesday Apr 18, 2018
Drag performer Black Benatar will host a "black magic salon" at Brava's Theater Center Cabaret, 2481 24th St., on Thurs., April 19, at 7:30 p.m.

The Roxie Theater does April

By David Lamble | Wednesday Apr 18, 2018
The Roxie Theater concludes its April calendar (4/20-30) with a lovely goulash of seldom-seen, minor art-house classics.

Baker exhibit at SFO opens

By BAR staff | Wednesday Apr 18, 2018
Exhibit on Gilbert Baker and the rainbow flag opens at San Francisco International Airport.

King talks of lifelong fight for equality at SF event

By Sari Staver | Wednesday Apr 18, 2018
Billie Jean King's lifelong fight for equality began when she was 12 years old, when the junior tennis player was practicing at the Los Angeles Tennis Club.

Semaphored gay history

By Tim Pfaff | Wednesday Apr 18, 2018
Two ghosts loom over Martin Duberman's new memoir, "The Rest of It: Hustlers, Cocaine, Depression, and Then Some 1976-1988" (Duke University Press), neither of them named in the lengthy subtitle.

LYRIC celebrates 30 years helping queer youth

By Tony Taylor | Wednesday Apr 18, 2018
For the only time this year, doors to the purple house on Castro's Collingwood Street will be open to the public as the Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center celebrates 30 years.

Suddenly, this April

By Roberto Friedman | Wednesday Apr 18, 2018
All of a sudden we got really booked up! We don't remember when our datebook full of arts events went on overdrive, but it's been a while since we've caught up, Dear Reader, and in the interim Out There has been more out than in.

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