Issue:  Vol. 48 / No. 11 / 15 March 2018
Arts events : March 15-22, 2018

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Online Extra: Political Notes: LGBT chambers tackle homeless issues

At West Coast summit for LGBT chambers of commerce, business leaders pledge to address homelessness in their regions. (read more)


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Few policy differences between AD 15 candidates

They all support California offering universal health care to its residents. (read more)

Diaz faces no-bail hearing in arson case

San Francisco prosecutors will ask a judge next week to detain convicted arsonist David Munoz Diaz without bail following his arrest after he was allegedly captured on video lighting a homeless person on fire. (read more)

Gay German diplomat settles into SF

Sitting in his office overlooking San Francisco Bay, German Consul General of the Pacific Northwest Hans-Ulrich Suedbeck is casual and genuinely pleased to be in the city. (read more)

After years of delays, Castro Hamburger Mary's opens

It was a day many thought wouldn't come, with some joking they were on the lookout for flying pigs Sunday night, as the long promised Castro location of Hamburger Mary's quietly opened to the public. (read more)

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Theatre - Mama's girl

For decades, comic actress Vicki Lawrence has had an enthusiastic following in the gay community, but she still isn't sure exactly why. (read more)

Dance - Monster mash

The atmosphere was electric in the Opera House last Thursday for San Francisco Ballet's revival of "Frankenstein. (read more)

Music - Guest conductor roulette

For the past two weeks at Davies Symphony Hall, the San Francisco Symphony played host to a pair of talented guest conductors. (read more)

Out There - Mid-March OT playlist

We all thrilled to singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens crooning "Mystery of Love" from "Call Me By Your Name," nominated for Best Original Song, at the Academy Awards earlier this month. (read more)

Books - Scissor sister

Boys Keep Swinging by Jake Shears, Atria Books, $26

If you're a sporadic drag queen like me, the pink, purple, and silver glitter palette on the cover of Jake Shears' new memoir should be enough to draw you in. (read more)

Out & About - Arts events

Overture, hit the lights. (read more)

Theatre - Stephen Sondheim's baby steps

"Saturday Night" was supposed to be Stephen Sondheim's first Broadway musical, and the 66-year journey to its San Francisco premiere as part of 42nd Street Moon's season has been one filled with bumps and detours along the way. (read more)

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