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Clinton to Speak at AIDS Grove

By Cynthia Laird | Sunday Nov 19, 2017
Former President Bill Clinton will deliver the keynote address at the National AIDS Memorial Grove on World AIDS Day, December 1.

Teotihuacan Holiday

By Sura Wood | Sunday Nov 19, 2017
Wonder is difficult to come by these days, but it's right there in full view in "Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire," a new exhibition at the de Young Museum.

Sibling Super-Singers

By Jim Gladstone | Sunday Nov 19, 2017
With Arielle between gigs and Adam on the boards by the Bay, the pair saw an opportunity to perform together. San Francisco has long offered "A Whole New World" of un-Disneyesque couplings, so hey, why not?

MTT: VIP

By Philip Campbell | Saturday Nov 18, 2017
San Francisco Symphony Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas, recently announced the end of his illustrious tenure with the treasured organization.

Roem Lays Out Agenda

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Saturday Nov 18, 2017
Danica Roem, who made history last week when she became the first out transgender person to win and serve in a state legislature, held a conference call with reporters last week to lay out her agenda once she assumes office.

Filmmaker Debra Chasnoff Dies

By Sari Staver | Saturday Nov 18, 2017
Documentary filmmaker Debra Chasnoff, who made history when she publicly thanked her female then-partner from the stage at the Academy Awards in 1992, died November 7 of metastatic breast cancer.

Housing Focus of 1st D8 Supe Debate

By Matthew S. Bajko | Saturday Nov 18, 2017
The two gay candidates seeking the District 8 seat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors differed over housing and homelessness at their first debate Monday night seven months before voters head to the polls.

On the Town :: Sparkling Support

By Donna Sachet | Saturday Nov 18, 2017
With so many natural disasters surfacing all over the world it is easy to become overwhelmed. But look around, and you will find people from our LGBTQ Community organizing events all around you.

Gary Numan :: Your Musical Introduction to the Apocalypse

By Michael Flanagan | Thursday Nov 16, 2017
Anyone who is a fan of is well aware of Gary Numan's forays into science fiction. From early in his career, the song "Down In The Park" (1979) envisioned a technological nightmarish future that included "rape machines."

On the Tab :: Nov. 16 - 23

Thursday Nov 16, 2017
How much fun can you fit in one week? In your pants? In your purse? In your long-johns? Find out with our abundant nightlife listings. We're packing.

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