“A Bronx Tale” Sings And Dances In To S.F.

By Chris Narloch

If you’re looking for something fun to do this holiday season, I highly recommend that you drive over to San Francisco and check out the festive department store windows around Union Square and have dinner at one of the fine establishments in the Bay Area. (Brenda’s, on Polk Street, is my favorite place to eat in San Francisco.)

Make sure that you do so before December 23, 2018, however, so you can also see the entertaining new musical “A Bronx Tale,” which is currently playing at San Francisco’s SHN Golden Gate Theatre.

Read more: “A Bronx Tale” Sings And Dances In To S.F.

 

The River City Chronicles by J. Scott Coatsworth – Part Three

Sacramento author J. Scott Coatsworth has written and published a number of short stories, novellas and full-length novels, but “The River City Chronicles” holds a special place in his little writer heart.

In many ways, it is a love letter to Sacramento, one that we wanted to share with Outword’s readers. To do that we have uploaded the next installment of chapters of the book here, for you to read online.

Previously:

Previously in the River City: Carmelina and Daniele went on their first date, to Mulvaney's B&L.

Read more: The River City Chronicles by J. Scott Coatsworth – Part Three

 

Rutgers Expert Discusses HIV Testing and Prevention for the LGBT Community

New Brunswick, N.J. (Nov. 15, 2018) - Rutgers scholar Henry Raymond, an expert in HIV/LGBT populations, is researching HIV prevalence and behaviors among hard to reach LGBT communities in order to monitor the epidemic and provide data to design appropriate education and intervention strategies in HIV prevention.

While there has been great progress in the prevention and treatment of HIV over the last decade, the disease is still a persistent problem around the world, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Read more: Rutgers Expert Discusses HIV Testing and Prevention for the LGBT Community

 

Badass Butt-kicking Broads On The Big Screen

By Chris Narloch

It must be just a coincidence – since major movies are often green-lit a year or two in advance of their release – but the post-#MeToo period is producing some fantastic feminist heroines on the big screen.

Read on for my reviews of three ball-busting chick flicks, currently playing at multiplexes in and around Sacramento, that are perfect for holiday movie going after your Thanksgiving and Black Friday festivities.

Read more: Badass Butt-kicking Broads On The Big Screen

 

Wells Fargo Donates an Additional $1.5 Million to California Wildfire Relief Efforts

(November 16, 2018) Wells Fargo & Company has announced a donation of $1.5 million to aid in the ongoing recovery and relief efforts resulting from the devastating wildfires in California.

Earlier this week, Wells Fargo announced a $250,000 donation to local organizations. Today’s donation increases Wells Fargo’s support to $1.75 million.

“As we watch the tragedy unfold in California, our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by the wildfires,” said Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan. “We will continue to stand by our team members, customers and local communities for the relief and recovery efforts in the days to come.”

Read more: Wells Fargo Donates an Additional $1.5 Million to California Wildfire Relief Efforts

 

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