Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 17 / 23 April 2015

More News

Online Extra: Political Notes: Cities prepare to celebrate Harvey Milk Day

Cities prepare to celebrate 6th annual Harvey Milk Day. (read more)

Check out the B.A.R.
on Issuu

If you're reading the Bay Area Reporter online but think something's missing, check out the paper on Issuu, a digital platform that recreates the printed edition. There's an Issuu icon in the top right corner of our main page, or you can click (here)

Email shows Sister
asked city for help for Pink Saturday

An email from a member of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to a San Francisco supervisor... (read more)

Man charged with
murder in ex-B.A.R. writer's death

A man has been charged with murder in the April 15 death of a gay former Bay Area Reporter freelance writer... (read more)

Slew of honorees named for SF Pride

With the milestone 45th annual San Francisco LGBT Pride parade approaching, the organization that oversees the festivities has released 11 more... (read more)

Bill aims to protect
trans foster youth

A state bill that would ensure transgender foster youth are placed in welcoming and affirming homes passed out of its first legislative committee this week. (read more)

Anti-trans ballot measure
introduced in CA

A California group long opposed to LGBT rights has introduced a ballot measure that would legislate which public restrooms transgender people could use. (read more)

Project Inform
marks 30 years

An HIV/AIDS organization that has had to adapt to changing times – and changes in the epidemic – will mark its 30th anniversary this weekend. (read more)

Display all News articles

More Arts

Film - Party like it's Studio 54!

It's hard to believe it's been 58 years since the San Francisco Film Society launched its now-world-famous showcase of international cinema. (read more)

Film - Perception of politics at SFIFF

Do movies matter anymore? Did they ever? Were they always merely make-believe, inducing in us an illusion of significance? Perhaps. (read more)

Out There -
Perfect moments

Zippy the Pinhead famously asked the existential question, "Are we having fun yet?" Edwyn Collins...put it more piquantly: "Please tell me when the fun begins." (read more)

Out & About -
Combo platter

When art and life combine, some call it coincidence, a synchronicity, a symbiosis, or even a simulacrum. (read more)

Theatre -
Bonding across cultures

Sick, old, and tired, Alfred pushes most people away. (read more)

Theatre - When tragedy raineth down

The Bay Area received a triple introduction to the prodigious talents of young playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney when three major theaters each took a play... (read more)

Music - The Regina dialogues

Francis Poulenc's Dialogues des Carmelites is pretty much a director-proof opera, at least on the evidence of live recordings of staged productions. (read more)

Display all Arts articles

Follow The Bay Area Reporter
facebook logo
facebook logo
Newsletter logo
Newsletter logo
ISSUU logo