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Editorial: Trump's 'fake news' is fake news

By BAR Editorial Board | Wednesday Aug 15, 2018
Today, the Bay Area Reporter joins 200-plus publications across the country, spearheaded by the Boston Globe, in condemning President Donald Trump's constant attacks on the news media.

Opera under a mushroom cloud

By Roberto Friedman | Wednesday Aug 15, 2018
Nonesuch has just released the first recording of "Doctor Atomic," composer John Adams' opera about the Manhattan Project, which had its world premiere from San Francisco Opera in 2005.

Glorious images of the natural world

By Sura Wood | Wednesday Aug 15, 2018
We're swinging into the final round of summer, which means it's time for the California Academy of Sciences' annual "BigPicture" show, where a cavalcade of eye-popping color photographs is now on view.

Elizabeth Taylor as a phoenix rising

By Tavo Amador | Wednesday Aug 15, 2018
In "Ash Wednesday" (1973), Barbara Sawyer (Elizabeth Taylor) is a wealthy, middle-aged matron unhappy with her appearance.

Costa Rica can't ban same-sex marriage, court rules

By Heather Cassell | Wednesday Aug 15, 2018
Costa Rica President Carlos Alvarado welcomed the country's Supreme Court ruling August 8 that declared a ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.

Trump at the fore of LGBT Asian conference

By Heather Cassell | Wednesday Aug 15, 2018
LGBT Asian activists discussed the Trump administration's policies and global issues at its recent conference in San Francisco, which attracted nearly 700 people.

Portland underground

By Brian Bromberger | Wednesday Aug 15, 2018
Lesbian novels have rarely caught the public imagination, but this deserves to change with the publication of "Stray City," a tender, insightful debut novel set in 1990s Portland.

Jock Talk: Paris delivers

By Roger Brigham | Wednesday Aug 15, 2018
In the end, Paris proved to be exactly what the Gay Games needed.

'Unbound' explores gender identity and fluidity

By Brian Bromberger | Wednesday Aug 15, 2018
For readers bewildered by how to make sense of gender today, a new book by sociologist Arlene Stein, "Unbound: Transgender Men and the Remaking of Identity," recently published by Pantheon Books, follows the journey of four patients.

Enjoying Rosie rally day

By BAR staff | Wednesday Aug 15, 2018
Rosie the Riveter Day festival a success.

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