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Online Extra: LGBTQ Update: LA children's services to undergo audit

By Alex Madison | Tuesday Aug 14, 2018
LA County children's services to undergo audit after death of 10-year-old; LGBT Bar Association announces "inclusion" campaign; senators author bill to ask LGBT questions on 2030 census.

Gay homeless advocate joins Pelosi's SF office

By Sari Staver | Tuesday Aug 14, 2018
Longtime gay activist and policy analyst Gary McCoy has been named a congressional aide in the San Francisco office of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D).

Online Extra: Political Notes: BAYMEC elects new president

By Matthew S. Bajko | Monday Aug 13, 2018
South Bay LGBT political group elects a new president ahead of the fall election. California political watchdog fines transphobic campaign committee.

Body arts pioneer Fakir Musafar dies

By Liz Highleyman | Wednesday Aug 8, 2018
Fakir Musafar, an icon of the modern body modification culture, died at his home in Menlo Park August 1. He announced in May that he was fighting advanced lung cancer. He was 87.

Bargaining with the Devil

By Philip Campbell | Wednesday Aug 8, 2018
When revolutionary 20th-century composer Igor Stravinsky teamed with co-librettists W.H. Auden and Chester Kallman to write "The Rake's Progress" in 1951, he was finally moving past his "neoclassic" period.

Business Briefs: LGBT businesses settle into Bernal Heights

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Aug 8, 2018
Working as a manager of Blue Bottle Coffee's Hayes Valley location, JoEllen Depakakibo learned what it takes to run a successful coffee business. She decided to use that knowledge to open her own coffeehouse.

Standing up to Mahatma Gandhi

By Jim Gladstone | Wednesday Aug 8, 2018
"#GetGandhi: A Seriously Radical Feminist Comedy" opens this Saturday, August 11, at the Mission District's Z Space Below performance space.

Protest held for drag queens facing eviction

By Alex Madison | Wednesday Aug 8, 2018
A spirited protest was held Monday night in front of the home where four LGBT tenants and a straight woman are fighting an Ellis Act eviction.

Dreamy keyboardists

By Tim Pfaff | Wednesday Aug 8, 2018
For all we've written about two great gay keyboard artists, pianist Stephen Hough and harpsichordist Christophe Rousset, the fact is that we've skated over their recorded output.

News Briefs: Openhouse plans town halls

By Cynthia Laird | Wednesday Aug 8, 2018
Openhouse, the agency that provides housing and services for LGBT seniors, has announced a series of town hall meetings with Executive Director Karyn Skultety, Ph.D.

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