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Thursday Jul 10
The Jewish News Weekly
tv, film & radio
"The Last Sentence." Film about the life of journalist Torgny Segerstedt and his fight against Nazism in Sweden during World War II.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Bay Area weekend picks, July 10
Violinist Joshua Bell opens Napa Valley's Festival del Sole with a performance Friday at Calistoga's Castello di Amorosa.
The Daily Beast
The Batman to Sexy Mug Shot Guy's JokerBy Itay Hod
He's handsome, ridiculously buff, and armed with one of those toothpaste-commercial smiles.
SF's Magnet Celebrates Their 11th Anniversary
Later this evening, July 9, the San Francisco AIDS service organization Magnet celebrates their 11th Anniversary.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
California Just Got Rid Of Its Last Barrier To Same-Sex Marriage
Celebrations ensue in the Castro neighborhood of San Francisco, California, June 26, 2012, after the US Supreme Court struck down The Defense of Marriage Act , and declared that same-sex couples who are legally married deserve equal rights to the benefits under federal law that go to all other married couples.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Selisse Berry's fight for the rights of LGBT employees
Selisse Berry, founder of Out & Equal Workplace Advocates, has worked with more than 500 companies, such as Clorox, Ford and Walmart, to help create inclusive and equal workplaces for LGBT employees.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Discoveries: S.F.s seedy history inspires lively trip to the past
Yet, when the new attraction is provocatively called "The San Francisco Dungeon," and its promotional come-on promises, in the words of artistic director Kieran Smith, "gripping, dark and twisted tales of San Francisco from 1849 to 1907," even the terminally jaded among us is tempted to give it a look-see.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Steve Duin blog: Frank Robinson, king of the pulps
Robinson, the speech writer for former San Francisco city supervisor Harvey Milk, was also a renown writer of science fiction.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Students rule at Art Institute of California - S.F. show
A design by Lauren Barisic at the Art Institute of California - San Francisco's annual fashion show.
Mail & Guardian
Excerpts from the era of the Great Blue Fog
California voters approved medical marijuana in 1996 but the retailing of pot did not bloom until 2009, when the state finally issued "guidelines".
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Arthouse Movie Listings July 2-8, 2014
Balboa Theater. The Klezmatics: On Holy Ground : Documentary about the Grammy-winning klezmer band.
Sister attacked on Pink Saturday. Police need your help
Police need the community's help in identifying the attacker of one of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and her husband during Pink Saturday festivities in the Castro near 18th and Castro Street.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
San Francisco Magazine
Post-Pride Sadness: Harvey Milk's Speechwriter Died Today
There may be San Franciscans more well known, but none more of their city than Frank M. Robinson, who - as the SF Weekly reports - died today, June 30, at 86. Robinson worked as a speechwriter for Castro supervisor Harvey Milk, but his main gig as a writer was penning science fiction and thrillers.
Nob Hill Gazette
Tourists are the people San Franciscans hate to love and love to hate. We need to embrace them because they keep the city solvent, and they make us feel so utterly adored, but they're also-well, underfoot and in the way.
Driver careens into San Francisco Castro District store
A driver lost control of a Mercedes convertible early Monday, careering off San Francisco's Castro Street and slamming into a variety store before fleeing the scene, authorities said.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Gay Historical Sites, Past And Present: A Look At LGBT Relevant Places Across America
June 28 marks the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall riots -- a moment that has often been deemed "the genesis" of the contemporary lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights movement.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Jack Ohman: Rick-a-roni, a San Francisco treat
Texas Gov. Rick Perry's confession that he is considering moving to California after his term is up made absolute sense, in the same way that one might feel after hearing Fidel Castro was thinking about getting a nice little condo in Miami.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
'Political cabaret' artist sings scathingly of changing S.F.
Candace Roberts, who calls herself a "semi-homeless" musician and performer, banters with the audience at the Gold Dust Lounge during her music video premiere on Wednesday.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Out There:: Vanquishing Prop 8 & Hate
'The Case Against 8' plaintiffs Jeff Zarrillo, Paul Katami, Sandy Stier, and Kris Perry at Frameline 38's opening night in the Castro Theatre It's the High Holy Days for LGBT folks in San Francisco this week, and Out There is feeling that old-time religion! The gayest of gay weeks began for us last Thursday night at the Castro Theatre, which was ... (more)