Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 22 / 28 May 2015
 
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Opening date set
for LGBT shelter

An opening date for a long-awaited homeless shelter in San Francisco specifically designed to be safe for LGBT adults has been set for Wednesday, June 17. (read more)

Ireland votes yes for
same-sex marriage

Irish residents celebrated on the streets of Dublin as the ballots were counted and results showed the country overwhelmingly approved... (read more)

Plan progresses to review homeless deaths

San Francisco officials are planning a process to review the deaths of homeless people in the city in order to see if more can be done to prevent future cases. (read more)

Housing activists cry foul as Pride partners with Airbnb

Airbnb...has entered into a partnership with San Francisco Pride amid cries from housing activists... (read more)

San Francisco Columbarium
rededicates Milk niche

The San Francisco Columbarium rededicated a larger memorial niche in honor of slain city supervisor Harvey Milk for its observance of Harvey Milk Day. (read more)

Pro-Palestine film festival sets schedule

Twenty-four feature films, plus several shorts, will screen at the Outside the Frame: Queers for Palestine Film Festival... (read more)

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Dance - Ballet beat

Does Oakland need a ballet company, or San Francisco a ballet school? (read more)

Theatre - Her heart belongs to Broadway

Nobody likes to be pigeonholed, but is it a dangerous career move to be too un-pigeonholed? (read more)

Out There - Frameline 39 is coming to town

Last week at a press conference held at Oasis nightclub, Frameline senior staffers announced the details for Frameline 39... (read more)

Out & About - Soar

As we head into June, arts events are busting out all over with rainbow pride. (read more)

Theatre - Mean girls take the stage

Research for reviewing Heathers: The Musical was handled backwards. (read more)

Theatre - Gifted with feminine glamour

No one is beheaded in Jeffrey Hatcher's Compleat Female Stage Beauty. (read more)

Film - Cinema silent & green

Silent films are an extinct art-form, alas, like the sonnet or dithyramb. (read more)

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