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That Old Shakespearean Razzle-Dazzle

By Richard Dodds | Saturday Aug 19, 2017
More than 30 years ago, and with no professional theater credits, this team of Broadway unknowns brought in "Something Rotten" with no out-of-town tryouts or regional theater productions, and wound up with a hit.

Out There :: Troupers Enliven Winery Ruins

By Roberto Friedman | Saturday Aug 19, 2017
Transcendence Theatre Company is currently in the midst of its "Broadway Under the Stars" 2017 summer season performed in the Winery Ruins at Jack London State Historic Park in Glen Ellen, CA.

Codeword Closes - Is DNA Lounge to Follow?

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Saturday Aug 19, 2017
Codeword, the queer-friendly nightclub in San Francisco's South of Market district, has closed. Its sister club DNA Lounge, under the same ownership as Codeword, is struggling.

Suspects in Killing of Gay SF Man Deny Charges

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Saturday Aug 19, 2017
The two people accused of fatally shooting a gay San Francisco man at Twin Peaks in July have pleaded not guilty.

Openhouse ED Hosts Town Halls

By Matthew S. Bajko | Saturday Aug 19, 2017
Openhouse Executive Director Karyn Skultety, Ph.D., is hosting a series of town halls next week to update the community on the expansion of programs provided by the LGBT senior services agency.

Pacifica Man Pleads No Contest to Rapes

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Saturday Aug 19, 2017
A Pacifica man accused of drugging and raping more than a dozen other men is expected to serve almost 30 years in prison after pleading no contest in the case.

On the Tab :: August 17 - 24

Thursday Aug 17, 2017
Enjoy the special kind of humanity and wit we find in our charmed land. Be careful and smart on the streets, and let it go in the clubs.

Shining Stars: Gameboi SF @ Rickshaw Stop

By Steven Underhill | Wednesday Aug 16, 2017
Gameboi, the monthly gay Asian and pals' dance party, took over the Rickshaw Stop (133 Fell Street) with panache and a Pokemon Go presence, including Poke-swag, a few guys in Poke-costumes.

Prop Q Tents Measure Rarely Used

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Sunday Aug 13, 2017
After being one of the most contentious issues on San Francisco's ballot last November, Proposition Q, which allows the city to remove homeless peoples' tents after issuing 24-hour notice and offering shelter, hasn't yet been used much.

LGBTQ Center to Open in Oakland

By Michael Nugent | Sunday Aug 13, 2017
There are an estimated 25 LGBTQ community centers in California, but Oakland has been the only major city in the state without one - until now.

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