Brontez Purnell, a fixture of the Bay Area queer-punk-art scene for more than a decade, will read from his novel, “Since I Laid My Burden Down,” at City Lights on Wednesday, Sept. 20. His band, the Younger Lovers, is also set to perform. The reading and performance begin at 7 p.m. at City Lights, 261 Columbus Ave. — Ryan Kost
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