Gay San Francisco: The Latest

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There's More to Cary Leibowitz Than Just Candyass

ARTS & CULTURE | By Sura Wood | Jan 22
Droll humor, self-deprecation, a bundle of insecurities and stand-up comedy shtick characterize his work, as do self-loathing, Jewish neuroses and a queer sensibility that's difficult to define.

A Wider Bridge Allows LGBT Jews To Keep Faith

| By John McDonald | Jan 22
A Wider Bridge is a pro-Israel organization that seeks to build bridges between Israelis and LGBT North Americans and allies.

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Thrillpeddlers in Peril!

| By Richard Dodds | Jan 22
As 1950s horror movies liked to conclude, "The End - or is it?" so it is with Thrillpeddlers: The 26-year-old troupe that has shed buckets of stage blood is losing its home known as the Hypnodrome.

ACA Repeal Worries LGBT Health Advocates

| By Matthew S. Bajko | Jan 22
President Donal Trump has vowed to repeal the ACA, better known as Obamacare, as one of his first priorities, but remained vague on what he and the Republicans who control Congress will replace it with.

Florida One of Many Battlegrounds for Reproductive Rights

| By Jillian Melero | Jan 22
On Tuesday, Florida state Rep. Joe Gruters, a former co-chair for Trump's Florida campaign, filed a proposal that would ban all abortions after 20 weeks, Mother Jones reports.

156 LGBT Officials Urge Trump Towards LGBT Support

| By Brittany Ferrendi | Jan 22
On Friday 156 LGBT elected officials published an open letter to President-Elect Donald Trump in an effort to encourage the advancement of LGBT equality during his presidency.

Super Bowl Brings Out Houston's Best

| By Kristie Rieken | Jan 22
Houston is the nation's fourth largest city, a sprawling metropolis larger than some small states. But the good news for those visiting for Super Bowl LI is that most of the events surrounding the game will be concentrated downtown, making it easy to visi

Youth Organization Purchases Permanent Location

| By Lainey Millen | Jan 22
On Dec. 29, 2016, the Board of Directors of Time Out Youth Center (TOY) closed on the purchase of its first permanent location since the organization was established 25 years ago.

Analysis: Trump Promises Big Change, Picks Small Fights

| By Julie Pace | Jan 22
President Donald Trump won the White House promising big changes to the nation's economy, health care system and foreign policy.

Nielsen: 31 Million Viewers saw Trump's Swearing-In

| Jan 22
Nielsen estimates 31 million viewers watched TV coverage of President Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday.

Over 1 Million Join Anti-Trump Women's Marches Worldwide

| By Nancy Benac and Ben Nuckols | Jan 22
In a global exclamation of defiance and solidarity, more than 1 million people rallied at women's marches in the nation's capital and cities around the world Saturday to send President Donald Trump an emphatic message on his first full day in office.


Entertainment

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Sundance Stories

MOVIES | By David Lamble | Jan 21
The 2017 edition of the Sundance Film Festival, playing Park City, Utah from Jan. 19-29, sets out to define the independent-film menu across a broad range of genres.

Boy George Talks Politics at Paris Menswear, Dior Goes Dark

By Thomas Adamson | Jan 21
Music maestro Boy George got political at Paris Fashion Week as Dior Homme went to the dark side, creating a hard, brooding fall-winter collection. Here are the highlights of Saturday's menswear shows.


Business

Will Trump End Globalization? The Doubt Haunts Davos' Elite

By Pan Pylas and Jamey Keaton | Jan 22
It's been impossible to escape the shadow of Donald Trump at this year's gathering of the business elites at the World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos.


Technology

Navy: Wind Farm Opposed by GOP Lawmakers Won't Harm Radar

By Michael Biesecker | Jan 22
The Pentagon says it disagrees with Republicans in North Carolina who claim a $400 million clean energy project slated to power data centers for Amazon.com Inc. poses a threat to national security.


Finance

Woodstock, VT, Fights to Save Its Charm, One Shutter At a Time

By Wilson Ring | Dec 31
Some property owners are questioning the community's requirement, arguing that the regulations are enforced irregularly, and that some buildings look better without shutters.


Cars

U.S. Ends Probe of Tesla Fatal Crash Without Seeking Recall

By Tom Krisher , Joan Lowy, and Dee-Ann Durbin | Jan 22
Tesla Motors Inc. won't face a recall or fine as a result of a fatal crash involving its Autopilot system, but U.S. safety regulators are warning auto manufacturers and drivers not to treat semiautonomous cars as if they were fully self-driving.


Health/Fitness

Healthy Weight Loss :: Take It Off, Take It All Off!

By Tom Bonanti | Jan 21
Truthfully, healthy weight loss requires planning, hard work and patience. Here are some solid weight loss suggestions which will help you foster better eating habits, build lean muscle, and maintain a healthy weight all year long!


Travel

Puerto Vallarta 101

By Cesar Reyes and Jon-Paul Spickard | Jan 21
With some guidance and preparation, a trip south of the border can be just what you need, for getting away from the day-to-day stresses of life.


Nightlife

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On the Tab :: Jan. 19 - 26

Favorite watering holes get wet for the urinauguration and protests. Get ready for the cartoon dictatorship with a stiff drink, a biting comedy show, or a relentless dervish on the dance floor.

LGBT Activists Hold Dance Party Near Mike Pence's Home

Jan 19
With glow sticks, hula hoops and rainbow flags, protesters took a dance party to the streets near the vice president-elect's temporary home to oppose his positions on LGBT issues.