Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 27 / 2 July 2015

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Marriage decision
adds spark to Pride

The crowd was larger than any in recent memory and the mood was exuberant as people celebrated the 45th annual San Francisco Pride parade last weekend. (read more)

Wiener launches
CA Senate seat bid

Gay District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener made official this week his long expected run for a state Senate seat. (read more)

SF party overlaps
with Trans March

Joy erupted on the streets of the Castro district and, earlier, outside San Francisco City Hall June 26 as people celebrated... (read more)

Supreme Court's marriage decision reverberates

The United States Supreme Court's June 26 decision striking down state bans against same-sex marriage has been touted as... (read more)

Pink Party sees
few problems

Thousands of people enjoyed a relatively trouble-free Pink Party in the streets of San Francisco's Castro district last weekend, soothing some nerves... (read more)

Man shot near SF Pride

A man was shot near San Francisco's LGBT Pride celebration last weekend. (read more)

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Fine Arts - Mr. Turner, liberated by art

A maestro of atmospheric climatic effects, the British romanticist landscape painter J.M.W. Turner was a lover, observer and depicter... (read more)

Music - When Johnny comes marching home

Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis. Few singers have enjoyed the longevity or the popularity... (read more)

Out There - Celebs' reax to SCOTUS ruling

Out There spent much of the day of last week's Supreme Court marriage equality ruling involved in rooting about online... (read more)

DVD - Clubland

The Henry brothers (producer Marc and writer-director Eric) spend 77 minutes demonstrating the prickly ins and outs of Anglo Canada's premier predominantly white-boy cruising scene... (read more)

Out & About -
Sparkle motion

Explosions go boom, here and there, but the real revolution is happening in marriage quality, of course. (read more)

Television - TV paved the road to marriage equality

What a way to end Pride Month and welcome Independence Day – with another stepping-stone toward what we hope will one day be our full equality. (read more)

Theatre -
Hitting rock bottom

A few decades back, a play titled Detroit would likely have created automotive expectations. (read more)

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