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LGBT Jewish Synagogue Celebrates 40th Anniversary

By Heather Cassell | Saturday Sep 16, 2017
Congregation Sha'ar Zahav, one of the United States' oldest LGBT synagogues, kicks off the Jewish New Year with a celebration of its 40th anniversary next week.

On the Tab :: Sept. 14 - 21

Thursday Sep 14, 2017
la bla bla Ginger. Dance, sip, sweat, simmer. Nightlife hotties and hauties abound.

Taylor Mac Marathon!

By Richard Dodds | Sunday Sep 10, 2017
This will be Mac's first performance of the entire piece since its one-time-only 24-hour marathon production in New York last year.

Castro Theatre Does September Right

By David Lamble | Sunday Sep 10, 2017
This back-to-school month affords the Castro Theatre the opportunity to provide some juicy takes on affairs cultural, political and personal.

Fall Preview: Bay Area Art Galleries

By Sura Wood | Sunday Sep 10, 2017
Artwise this fall, galleries are the name of the game when it comes to adventure and the unusual. The mini-survey that follows is a glimpse of what's to come.

LGBT Center Welcomes New Board Chairs

By Matthew S. Bajko | Sunday Sep 10, 2017
Center officials have been focused on alerting community groups that they can once again rent space in the building for meetings or events Mondays through Saturdays.

Oakland 'Rises Up' with Pride

By Heather Cassell | Sunday Sep 10, 2017
Thousands are anticipated to come out to enjoy Oakland Pride Sunday, September 10.

CA to Try Again at Bail Reform

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Sunday Sep 10, 2017
After failing to pass legislation this year to reform California's bail system, legislators, the governor, and the state's top judge have announced that they'll work together to craft successful legislation.

On the Town :: Publishing, Protests and Parties

By Donna Sachet | Saturday Sep 9, 2017
We hope our loyal readers emerged from the recent record-breaking heat wave unscathed and ready to pore over our latest column!

Political Notebook: LA Assembly Race Draws Wide Field

By Matthew S. Bajko | Saturday Sep 9, 2017
With 13 candidates having qualified for the October 3 special primary election for the 51st Assembly District seat in Los Angeles, it is widely expected that the race will be decided by the December 5 runoff.

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