Issue:  Vol. 44 / No. 39 / 25 September 2014

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Online Extra: Wedding Bells Ring: Anti-gay laws on marriage impact community nationwide

Report shows poverty among LGBTs; no announcement yet by high court on marriage cases. (read more)

Online Extra: Political Notes: SF election will not change AIDS funding support

November election will not impact SF City Hall's support for AIDS funding. (read more)

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EQCA expands
to national work

The statewide lobbying group that has long focused on enacting laws protecting LGBTs in California is expanding to a national scope as a new executive director takes charge. (read more)

Aging with HIV

Two decades ago Cleve Jones, the founder of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, used $10,000 he scraped together from family and friends to buy "a little cabin" in the gay resort area of Russian River north of San Francisco. (read more)

Cutting through the crowd

The crowd at last Sunday's Folsom Street Fair made way for a carriage, just one of the unique ensembles that was part of the leather and kink extravaganza that drew hundreds of thousands of people to San Francisco's South of Market district. (read more)

No decisions made on Pink Saturday

Suggestions ranging from mandatory bag checks to making Pink Saturday a daytime event were discussed at a recent community meeting but no decisions were made... (read more)

Out SF school board candidates back new curriculum standards

The two out candidates seeking seats on San Francisco's school board are supportive of the new curriculum standards known as Common Core. (read more)

Campos seeks funds for PrEP access

Supervisor David Campos on Tuesday, September 23, introduced legislation requesting supplemental budget funds to expand use of pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, to prevent HIV infection. (read more)

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More Arts

Dance - The edge of Expressionism

The dance world here is teeming with remarkable performers. (read more)

Fine Arts -
Anderson Collection has a new home

Stanford University's just received the core of what many consider one of the finest privately-held collections of 20th-century post-war art. (read more)

Out There - All's hopping
on the Western front

Servicemen, Cockettes, tales from deepest Hollywood and the coalmines: it was a hopping full week for Out There. (read more)

Music - Barbra & the boys

"Hello, Gorgeous!" That's what you'll say when you hear the first sounds of Barbra Streisand's voice on her new album of duets, Partners . (read more)

Out & About - Fall faves

The festive array (more like an onslaught) of premieres, openings, and artistic engagements continue at a pace, and while we'd love to recommend them all, time and page limits can't accommodate. (read more)

Theatre - Clowning around the town

There are somethings old and somethings new in Old Hats, with "old" and "new" taking on multiple meanings. (read more)

Film - Once upon a time in Vietnam

I was excited to watch a film about Vietnam, but bored watching it. (read more)

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