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'#Gay' was tagged on fence of candidate's apt. building before he moved in, police say

By Alex Madison | Thursday Oct 18, 2018
Redwood City Police said Wednesday that the word #gay discovered last week tagged on a fence outside the home of gay City Council candidate Jason Galisatus was already there before he moved in.

BOO FEST at BMW of San Francisco

By Advertising Department | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
RSVP NOW We would love for you to join us! Advanced RSVP for this event is required for entry at the door. You may register up to 3 guests, and must include their names below to be added to the guest list. Must be 21+ to attend.

SFO Milk terminal signage flies into font fight

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
A fight about font sizes is breaking out over the proposed signage for the San Francisco International Airport terminal named after the late gay Supervisor Harvey Milk.

Editorial: Out candidates are running all over

By BAR Editorial Board | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
Throughout the Bay Area there are gay, lesbian, and bi candidates running for city council seats (and one Board of Supervisors race).

The awesome twosome of 'Be More Chill'

By Jim Gladstone | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
"Be More Chill," an upbeat, offbeat sci-fi high school musical, with songs by Joe Iconis and a fan-fave featured performance by George Salazar, is a viral sensation.

Andy Warhol seen in a different light

By Sura Wood | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
"Contact Warhol: Photography Without End," a new exhibition at the Cantor Arts Center showcasing the museum's 2014 acquisition of the world's largest archive of photographic images from the Warhol Foundation, includes selections from 3,600 contact sheets.

Voices of dissent buffet Milk plaza project

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
The proposed remodel of Harvey Milk Plaza ran into headwinds of dissent this week as arts commissioners critiqued the project and a prominent local architecture critic pooh-poohed the design.

Editorial: Schaaf deserves second term

By BAR Editorial Board | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
From standing up to Trump to implementing a creative strategy to help homeless people, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf deserves a second term.

Safety issues dumb down Eagle Plaza design

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
Due to safety issues voiced by the city's fire department, a less prodigious design for a leather-themed public parklet in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood is making its way through the approval process.

Editorial: SF ballot measure endorsements

By BAR Editorial Board | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
There are only five San Francisco propositions on the November ballot, but they could have lasting effects on city policy.

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