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San Francisco Opera announces 2018-19 season

By Philip Campbell | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
A recent conversation with San Francisco Opera General Director Matthew Shilvock centered on the announcement this week of repertory in the Company's 2018-19 Season.

Jock Talk: Sin City Classic still fun, despite legal dispute

By Roger Brigham | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
The legal dispute over ownership of the Sin City Classic LGBT multi-sport festival does not appear to have cast a major pall over the event held during Martin Luther King Jr. weekend in Las Vegas.

AIDS advocate, researcher Dr. Mathilde Krim dies

By Liz Highleyman | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
Dr. Mathilde Krim, a pioneering medical researcher and advocate for people living with HIV/AIDS, died at her home on Long Island, New York, Monday, January 15. She was 91.

'Caretaker' mayor not needed

By BAR Editorial Board | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
We have thought a lot about San Francisco's succession laws since Mayor Ed Lee unexpectedly died December 12.

Insider view

By David Lamble | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
As I watched the Magnolia Pictures doc "The Final Year" (opening Friday), I marveled at how director Greg Barker sliced and diced a tumultuous period for President Barack Obama's foreign policy team.

Getting unstuck after the AIDS crisis

By Richard Dodds | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
Tim Pinckney had reached that pivotal point in a young actor's career: He was finally spending more time on stages than waiting on tables.

Transmissions: Mothers against book reading

By Gwendolyn Ann Smith | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
One Million Moms is outraged. This, of course, is what One Million Moms does. Outrage is its business.

Suspect ID'd in death of 'Bubbles'

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
San Francisco police have released the identity of the man suspected of fatally shooting Anthony "Bubbles" Torres in September in the Tenderloin district as they seek the public's help in apprehending him.

Seeing in the Dark will return

By BAR staff | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
The Bay Area Reporter's Seeing in the Dark column is taking a break.

News Briefs: Harvey Milk Plaza redesign meetings announced

By Cynthia Laird | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018
The Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza is entering the next phase of the project to re-imagine the space above the Castro Muni station named for the gay slain supervisor and has announced dates for community meetings.

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