Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 21 / 26 May 2016

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Editorial: Two women atop the ballot

Californians go to the polls in less than two weeks and heading the ticket for Democratic voters are two women we enthusiastically endorse... (read more)

B.A.R. election endorsements

Click here for the complete B.A.R. endorsements for the upcoming election. (read more)

3 men sue SF Pride over shootings

One man who was shot and two brothers who were injured in recent San Francisco LGBT Pride celebrations are suing organizers, claiming that... (read more)

Senior housing lottery delayed

The process to select the first residents of an affordable housing development in San Francisco aimed toward LGBT seniors has been delayed by several weeks. (read more)

Homeless youth agency holds open house

A San Francisco nonprofit that provides basic medical care, syringe access, and other services to homeless youth in the Upper Haight district recently invited... (read more)

Lesbian ex-SF cop claims retaliation by former chief

A former San Francisco police officer has filed a claim against the city, saying recently departed Police Chief Greg Suhr forced her to retire... (read more)

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Theatre - Reveling in the American songbook

When Judy Kuhn first performed Rodgers, Rodgers & Guettel at Lincoln Center last year, the reviewer for The New York Times described her style as one of "passionate restraint. (read more)

Fine Arts - New SFMOMA: The Whirlwind Tour

Last week we opined on SFMOMA's new house; now we take a look at what's inside. (read more)

Out There - Museum collection, by the book

Since the re-opening of SFMOMA has already garnered so much press, we thought we'd read and review the new accompanying catalog.... (read more)

Out & About - Destinational

Multiple arts events and exhibits this week offer journeys to far-off lands, imagined and historical, and even a bit fantastical. (read more)

Theatre - Musical comes back from past life

A nip and tuck is common enough when a musical is revived on Broadway; fixes for what didn't work, polishing off dated sensibilities, and streamlining for contemporary audiences. (read more)

Theatre - Chronology of a young marriage

Despite frequent good reviews and even a Tony Award, it has seemed like Broadway composer Jason Robert Brown couldn't catch a break. (read more)

Music - Focused emotions & thrilling scores

The final weeks of the 2015-16 San Francisco Symphony season are counting down to a glorious finale in late June... (read more)

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