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A dress fights homophobia

By Cynthia Laird | Thursday May 25, 2017
Glo Taylor from Look Models SF modeled Amsterdam's Rainbow Dress during a ceremony in the City Hall Rotunda Monday, May 22 in observance of Harvey Milk Day.

Gay man killed in Fresno

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Thursday May 25, 2017
Fresno police are looking for the person who fatally shot a gay man about a mile away from two of the city's gay bars.

Supporters rally for safe consumption spaces

By Liz Highleyman | Thursday May 25, 2017
More than 100 public officials, people who use drugs, and community advocates rallied outside City Hall Monday, May 22, in support of supervised drug consumption spaces where clients can use drugs safely under medical supervision.

Gay man planning Pride flight around the world

By Heather Cassell | Thursday May 25, 2017
A gay man plans to circumnavigate the globe in a restored World War II era DC-3 plane to bring hope, goodwill, and support to LGBT people around the world with Pride Flight 2018.

Two slurs, two different punishments

By Roger Brigham | Thursday May 25, 2017
This month, we learned that Major League Baseball considers the word "faggot" a slur worthy of punishment. But the National Hockey League is not so worried about players using the word "cocksucker" to demean the officials with whom they work.

On the Tab : May 25 - June 1

Thursday May 25, 2017
Summer time and the nightlife is easy. Rock and electronica, drag queens and kings, parades and pot parties are only part of the party parcel.

Venus de Market St.

By Roberto Friedman | Thursday May 25, 2017
It will probably come as no surprise that Out There has definite opinions about public art. It's about more than what we "like" or "don't like." It's about we need art in the public sphere so it's not just for the wealthy collector or museum.

For the love of art

By J.K. Fowler | Thursday May 25, 2017
If our community is interested in moving toward the institution of sustainable arts and culture organizations, then we must put our money where our interests lie. At Nomadic Press, we have consistently produced quality shows in quantity not because we app

'What You Doing'

By Gwendolyn Ann Smith | Thursday May 25, 2017
While you traverse your favorite social media site, you come across a post with an attached video. The clip shows a 10-year-old boy as he expertly applies a face full of flawless makeup.

Farewell to Nadja

By Philip Campbell | Thursday May 25, 2017
New Century Chamber Orchestra turned silver last week with a three-concert 25th Anniversary Festival, celebrating an amazing Bay Area legacy of quality performances, adventurous programming and enthusiastic public support.

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