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Out There :: Besties in Arts & Culture

LOCAL | By Roberto Friedman | Apr 9
Eagle-eyed readers who have been following Besties coverage in Arts & Culture over the years will have noticed that many of the winners in various categories have been previous awardees as well.

Out There :: Chlorinated Choreography

MUSIC | By Roberto Friedman | Mar 26
Even though its two dances were repeats from last season's fare, San Francisco Ballet's Program 5 at the War Memorial Opera House was an unadulterated delight. Out There attended last Friday night's performance.

Tech At the Symphony: Boston Orchestra Loaning Patrons iPads

PERSONAL TECH | By Philip Marcelo | Jan 21
As part of an effort to draw in a younger audience, the Boston Symphony Orchestra is loaning select patrons iPads loaded with content specific to each performance.

Skivvy Fun Runs: Stripping Down and Stepping Up for Good Causes

CULTURE | By Andy Smith | Dec 24
In San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, Toronto, Tampa and other cities across North America, December is heating up with a growing series of short, sexy fundraising runs featuring men in Speedos.

Out There :: Stars of the Future Dazzle Today

CULTURE | By Roberto Friedman | Dec 19
Out There was in the captivated house last Saturday night as the San Francisco Opera Center presented "The Future Is Now: 2015 Adler Fellows Gala Concert" in San Francisco's newly renovated Herbst Theatre.

George Lucas, Carole King Among Kennedy Center Honorees

This year's honorees were celebrated for their lifetime contributions to American culture.

Out There :: Hard Bodies & A Hotel Stay

CULTURE | By Roberto Friedman | Nov 7
The popular 2016 Barihunks Charity Calendar is out. Now in its fifth edition, the calendar features 18 hot & hunky singers of opera and musical theater in provocative poses.

Out There :: Coming Soon, A New SFMOMA

CULTURE | By Roberto Friedman | Oct 31
A major Bay Area cultural institution has announced its return. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will reopen on May 14, 2016, after 31 months of closure.

National Hispanic Heritage Month

NATIONAL | By Mike Halterman | Sep 12
There are many notable LGBT people of Hispanic descent who have made their mark on history and culture in the United States. Here are profiles on two such people.

BARchive :: Sutter's Mill and Ginger's Trois - San Francisco's Historic Bars

BARS | By Michael Flanagan | Aug 30
From the mid-'60s through 2008 there was another type of downtown bar - the businessman's bar. The two downtown bars which lasted the longest and had the biggest impact were Sutter's Mill and the various incarnations of Ginger's.

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