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On the Tab :: August 17 - 24

Thursday Aug 17, 2017
Enjoy the special kind of humanity and wit we find in our charmed land. Be careful and smart on the streets, and let it go in the clubs.

Shining Stars: Gameboi SF @ Rickshaw Stop

By Steven Underhill | Wednesday Aug 16, 2017
Gameboi, the monthly gay Asian and pals' dance party, took over the Rickshaw Stop (133 Fell Street) with panache and a Pokemon Go presence, including Poke-swag, a few guys in Poke-costumes.

Prop Q Tents Measure Rarely Used

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Sunday Aug 13, 2017
After being one of the most contentious issues on San Francisco's ballot last November, Proposition Q, which allows the city to remove homeless peoples' tents after issuing 24-hour notice and offering shelter, hasn't yet been used much.

LGBTQ Center to Open in Oakland

By Michael Nugent | Sunday Aug 13, 2017
There are an estimated 25 LGBTQ community centers in California, but Oakland has been the only major city in the state without one - until now.

Glamour Meets Treachery

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Sunday Aug 13, 2017
"D'Arcy is a prolific genius," proclaimed drag artist Matthew Martin as he prepared for his role in "Bitch Slap," D'Arcy Drollinger's mad send-up of 1980s soap operas.

The Sounds of Seniors

By Gregg Shapiro | Sunday Aug 13, 2017
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, now in their 70s, remain productive and continue to tour on a regular basis.

New Rabbi Settles In at LGBT Synagogue

By Heather Cassell | Sunday Aug 13, 2017
Taking over leadership of Congregation Sha'ar Zahav is a dream come true for Rabbi Mychal Copeland, who is excited and proud to lead the LGBT synagogue in San Francisco.

Team Seeks LGBTs for National Health Study

By Matthew S. Bajko | Saturday Aug 12, 2017
A team of health researchers based in San Francisco has been selected by the National Institutes of Health to encourage participation in a groundbreaking federal health study by sexual and gender minorities from across the country.

Remembering Jeanne Moreau

By David Lamble | Saturday Aug 12, 2017
Moreau would have not broken out of the pack had not one of her favorite directors, Louis Malle, not stripped her of makeup and shot her pouty lips and downturned countenance in natural light.

2 Charged in Twin Peaks Killing

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Saturday Aug 12, 2017
Two people have been charged in the fatal July shooting of a gay San Francisco man at Twin Peaks.

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