Comedy without limits means 'No Happy Endings' for SF's Granny Cart Gangstas

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Sexy granny panties? Up-and-coming San Francisco comedy troupe Granny Cart Gangstas recently proved this isn’t an oxymoron. Taking a cue from the Kids in the Hall — one of member Ava Tong’s biggest inspirations — who were once photographed wearing bras over suits, the troupe decided to do something similar (one member flaunted a pair of leopard-print granny panties) for a photo shoot ahead of its Sat/28 show, "No Happy Endings," at SF's Little Boxes Theater. 

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Nob Hill neighbors seek to block mental-health clinic relocation

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A San Francisco mental-health clinic that has been in operation since 1975 is in danger of shutting down if it can’t find a new place to operate. But its possible relocation to medical offices on Hyde Street, subject to city approval, has prompted neighbors to organize in opposition.Read more »

Grand Jury warns SF to prepare for rising seas

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Following its recent report criticizing the Port of San Francisco for being unduly influenced by wealthy developers and their allies in the Mayor’s Office, the San Francisco Civil Grand Jury today released its second report of the current session, calling on the city to do more to prepare for the impacts of global warming.Read more »

Your latest SF gentrification soundtrack: Cold Beat, Thee Oh Sees, Violent Change, and more

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Is San Francisco doomed?  The legendary SF punk band Crime said so 35 years ago on their album San Francisco's Doomed. Yet with tech money flowing into San Francisco and musicians being priced out of the city, the phrase has taken on a new resonance among those musicians who have stayed in town.Read more »

Net neutrality advocates arrested at Google HQ, call for national day of action

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Last night [Tues/24], a small group of protesters fighting for free speech on the Internet were arrested at Google's Mountain View campus. The group is calling for a nation Internet blackout campaign on July 15 to demand the Federal Communications Commission solidify net neutrality. Read more »

The Guardian Hot Pink List 2014

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For the past few years, as part of our annual Queer Issue, we've rounded up a few of the people who have inspired us with their unique approaches to queer life. Read more »

Fuck Buttons on their wildly visual live show, the writing process, and bringing "fuck" to the world stage

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“I think I’ve heard of them before,” is the kind of spineless response you’ll never hear if you ask someone about Fuck Buttons.  If you’ve heard them, you’ll most definitely will remember.  With music that elicits feelings of wonder and rebellion, intense live shows, and of course an, err -- catchy name, Benjamin John Power and Andrew Hung leave a lasting impression.Read more »

SF school board to consider minimum wage proposal tonight amid union battles UPDATED

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Update [6/25]: The minimum wage proposal won, and is now part of SFUSD's approved budget. "There will be a larger conversation in August when I introduce the new minimum wage policy," Matt Haney, of the Board of Education said. Read the article to get some context on SFUSD's minimum wage struggles.Read more »

Pride on fire! 2014's must-do Pride events

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Hey gorgeous queer person (and friends)! There is way too much to do this year, as always. Don't be scared. Dive right into the party and performance bounty that is Pride.Read more »

Here’s an intriguing idea for Piers 30-32

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Earlier this year, the Golden State Warriors abandoned its bid to construct a basketball arena and performance venue at Piers 30-32 along San Francisco’s waterfront, a proposal Mayor Ed Lee once championed as his “legacy project.”Read more »