Issue:  Vol. 44 / No. 15 / 10 April 2014

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Online Extra: Political Notes: Meetings set to discuss Castro history project

Castro group to hold three public meetings to gather feedback on history facts for sidewalk project. (read more)

Pride announces
grand marshals

Transgender people, a longtime queer housing activist, and a lesbian global rights advocate are the grand marshals announced so far for this year's San Francisco LGBT Pride parade and celebration. (read more)

Isolation hampers
seniors' well-being

A walk through Manhattan's gay Chelsea district is no longer as enjoyable for Charles Cole as it once was. (read more)

LYRIC marks 25 years
of helping youth

As a San Francisco nonprofit that helps youth get into housing and jobs marks its 25th anniversary, its executive director said that many of the people her agency works with annually face the same economic challenges as adults in the Bay Area. (read more)

Black LGBT seniors
struggle with bias, housing

In San Francisco African American LGBT seniors often face a double jeopardy in terms of discrimination. (read more)

In-law, Ellis Act fixes OK;
Leno bill advances

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday, April 8 to pass legislation related to the city's lack of affordable housing. (read more)

Soiree celebrates
LGBT center's 12th year

More than a thousand people, some dressed to the nines, others looking like they were attending a 1950s poetry reading in North Beach, came to wish the San Francisco LGBT Community Center a happy 12th birthday at the center's annual Soiree party last weekend. (read more)

Trans women of color confab seeks to empower

Two Bay Area trans women of color are part of an unprecedented project intended to build community amongst trans women of color on a global scale. (read more)

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More Arts

Dance - Big dance week
in the Bay Area

The Bay Area has the richest dance world in this country outside of New York. (read more)

Television - Dynasty diva plays Feinstein's

Feinstein's at the Nikko will glitter when Dynasty star Joan Collins takes to the stage to talk about her fabulous life. (read more)

Out & About - After All

By stepping or rolling out into the three-dimensional world, you can enjoy your choice of dozens of in-your-face events. (read more)

Out There -
Pagan love songs

Rewind the tape to 1913 Paris, when the premiere of The Rite of Spring changed classical music and dance forever. (read more)

Music -
Frankie Knuckles, RIP

Frankie Knuckles, the Father of House Music and the Master of the Remix, died last week at 59. (read more)

Film - April showers at the Castro Theatre

This April at the Castro Theatre is highlighted by a glorious tribute to the late film-comedy maven Harold Ramis. (read more)

Music - Ageless maestro back in town

There is real comfort and pleasure in tradition. (read more)

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