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Liberating the heroine

By Sari Staver | Wednesday Oct 10, 2018
Choreographer and performer Monique Jenkinson, in the guise of her drag queen persona Fauxnique, and her longtime partner, electronic composer Marc Kate, will premier their first full collaboration, "Girl," at the Joe Goode Annex.

Statecraft & stagecraft

By Jim Gladstone | Wednesday Oct 10, 2018
"Oslo" playwright J.T. Rogers is far less interested in heads of state than in the hearts and minds of the people behind them.

Wilde imaginings

By David Lamble | Wednesday Oct 10, 2018
The new biopic "The Happy Prince" will spark a variety of emotions among devotees of the Irish-born author and gay icon Oscar Wilde.

Bay Area Reporter election endorsements

By BAR Editorial Board | Wednesday Oct 10, 2018
The B.A.R. has made the following endorsements for the November 6 election. Editorials explaining our decisions on SF supervisors, school board, BART, and the college board have been published. Additional editorials will be published in the coming weeks.

Sonoma recovering a year after fires

By Heather Cassell | Wednesday Oct 10, 2018
Sonoma County is recovering from the wildfires that devastated the region last October as they ripped through the northern part of Santa Rosa, Kenwood, Glen Ellen, and Sonoma.

Racial equality matters

By Brian Bromberger | Wednesday Oct 10, 2018
2018 has become a banner year for the lesbian African-American playwright-activist Lorraine Hansberry, despite the fact that she died in 1965 at age 34, seemingly lost and invisible.

Political Notebook: Parks bond eyed as funding for Milk plaza project

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Oct 10, 2018
The late gay Supervisor Harvey Milk was a fierce advocate for San Francisco's public transit system.

Police remain mum in Egg case

By Ed Walsh | Wednesday Oct 10, 2018
San Francisco Police Department brass are still not saying whether the department's handling of the Brian Egg homicide case violated department policy on well-being checks for missing people.

Seven circles of SCOTUS hell

By Victoria A. Brownworth | Wednesday Oct 10, 2018
We've spent way too much time watching CSPAN of late, but we're grateful for this network devoted solely to the actions of our government in real time.

Police panel OKs preferred gender policy

By Ed Walsh | Wednesday Oct 10, 2018
The San Francisco Police Commission unanimously passed a policy last week mandating that police respect a person's pronoun choices.

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