Issue:  Vol. 47 / No. 16 / 20 April 2017
Art array - Out & About arts events, April 20-27, 2017

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Online Extra: Political Notes: Lesbian San Diego DA Dumanis will resign post

With an eye toward running for county supervisor, lesbian San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis will step down in July. (here)

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Feinstein has rowdy SF town hall

Longtime California Senator Dianne Feinstein addressed the dangers presented by leaders of North Korea and Syria, as well as President Donald Trump Monday at a rowdy town hall in the city during which she was frequently criticized herself. (read more)

Gay attorney, trans friend told to leave Paris eatery

For attorney David Waggoner, a former co-president of the Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club, last weekend was going to be fun and relaxing with his close friend, Aimar Sahae. (read more)

SF protest targets Chechnya

A group of about 50 LGBT activists gathered outside the Russian Consulate in San Francisco Tuesday, demanding that the Chechen Republic end its abuse of gay people there. (read more)

Sisters take on 'Trump'

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence took on President Donald Trump during their Easter party in Golden Gate Park Sunday, April 16. (read more)

Pacifica man held for trial in rape case

A Pacifica man accused of drugging and raping more than a dozen other men has been ordered to stand trial. (read more)

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Music - 21st century Rita Moreno

Few performers can match the longevity of Rita Moreno. Now 85 years old (she announces her age proudly), Moreno first attracted attention with her role as Zelda, a silent-film starlet in the classic musical Singin' in the Rain (1952). (read more)

Fine Arts - Larry Sultan in living color

Visual acuity and verbal eloquence are abilities that rarely inhabit the same person in equal measure; photographer Larry Sultan is one of the exceptions to the rule. (read more)

Out There - Looking for thrills in Fisherman's Wharf

Out There's love of cultural adventures takes us all around the Bay Area and beyond. (read more)

Music - The Brass Age

Timothy Higgins, Principal Trombone of the San Francisco Symphony, curated, hosted and starred recently in the latest installment of SoundBox, the stylish nightclub adjunct to Davies Symphony Hall. (read more)

Out & About - Art array

Musicals, films, poetry readings and more blossom this week. (read more)

Theatre - Youthful passions end in tragedy

Sun Valley is a blue dot in the red state of Idaho. (read more)

Film - Heart of darkness

Filmmaker Terry George tackled a heartbreaking tragedy in his Oscar-honored 2004 drama Hotel Rwanda. (read more)

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