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National LGBT Media Association Announces 2018 Ad POP Awards

By National LGBT Media Association | Thursday Jul 12, 2018
The National LGBT Media Association (NGMA) has announced its third annual Ad POP award winners, including many top corporate brand names.

Homosexual 'Oklahoma!' wows in Oregon

By Jim Gladstone | Wednesday Jul 11, 2018
Raise your curtains of preconception and imagine a musical: There's a spunky, sexually adventurous gay boy pursued by a hardworking man, a few years older, who wants to tame the young-un's wandering eye and get domestic.

The David Ireland Houseguest

By Sura Wood | Wednesday Jul 11, 2018
The 1886 Edwardian-style Italianate home at 500 Capp Street in the Mission District, where the late San Francisco conceptual artist David Ireland lived for three decades until several years before his death in 2009, is possibly his greatest achievement.

Future stars of the opera stage

By Philip Campbell | Wednesday Jul 11, 2018
In the good old summertime, San Francisco music-lovers can always rely on the Merola Opera program to uphold a celebrated tradition, selecting, training and showcasing young singers.

Derek Jarman's queer king

By Brian Bromberger | Wednesday Jul 11, 2018
Derek Jarman's raw and captivating interpretation of Christopher Marlowe's play "Edward II" (1991) has been digitally restored in a pristine Blu-ray version just released by Film Movement.

Warm weather page-turners: mysteries

By Tavo Amador | Wednesday Jul 11, 2018
A fine crop of murder mysteries is available to keep readers engaged while at the beach, the pool, or flying to an interesting destination.

Daddy issues

By Tim Pfaff | Wednesday Jul 11, 2018
A deeply felt, finely balanced account of being Leonard Bernstein's oldest daughter captures the madness of life in the orbit of one of the last century's most influential, larger-than-life musicians with equal parts candor and compassion.

From festival screens to distribution

By David Lamble | Wednesday Jul 11, 2018
Here's a summary of films from Frameline 42 that have already secured theater distribution or TV deals.

Word of mouth

By Jim Piechota | Wednesday Jul 11, 2018
Outspoken, forceful, and eminently significant, Michelle Tea has been a literary force of nature for well over a decade.

Arts Events July 12-19

By Events Editor | Wednesday Jul 11, 2018
Summer arts events indoor, outdoor, under the moon or sun, help our world turn.

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