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    Two Muscular Cars to Rev Up Your 2015

    Two Muscular Cars to Rev Up Your 2015

    Work out more: that’s a common New Year’s resolution. Even if you’re off your routine, your car could feel like it’s been doing squats while you sleep. Two cars I…

    It’s Queer, Eccentric and Delicious: The Winter Fancy Food Show

    It’s Queer, Eccentric and Delicious: The Winter Fancy Food Show

    By Elaine Viegas San Francisco’s Winter Fancy Food Show is to food what the Olympics are to sports. Representatives from countless countries all descend upon the city and wind up…

    Managing Your Taxes in 2015

    Managing Your Taxes in 2015

    There’s one thing you can count on as we kick off a new year—changes to the tax code. While there are few major new laws affecting taxpayers in 2015, it…

    Anniversaries and Renewing Your Vows

    Anniversaries and Renewing Your Vows

    For those of you in committed relationships, how long have you been with your partner? Has it been 20 years, 30 years, or just a year? No matter how long…

    The Supreme Court and the Power of Windsor

    The Supreme Court and the Power of Windsor

    With the Supreme Court’s announcing it will review marriage discrimination laws in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee, we look to the Court to apply United States v. Windsor, its powerful…

    Filthy Lucre

    Filthy Lucre

    I’m often surprised at how many people have a deeply ambivalent relationship to money. On the one hand, we spend most of our waking hours trying to earn it. We…

    The Duke of Burgandy Drips with Dreamy, Kinky Romanticism

    The Duke of Burgandy Drips with Dreamy, Kinky Romanticism

    The Venn diagrams of lesbians, S&M practitioners, and lepidopterists overlap in The Duke of Burgandy, writer/director Peter Strickland’s distinctive, ecstatic, and arch romantic drama. The film takes its visual cues…

    To Outline or Not to Outline

    To Outline or Not to Outline

    Michele Karlsberg: Do you work to an outline or plot, or do you prefer just to see where an idea takes you? Lucy Jane Bledsoe: I wish I could work…

    Each of Us Is Born with a Seeded Soul

    Each of Us Is Born with a Seeded Soul

    Renowned author and mythologist Michael Meade has made it his life’s mission to elicit the inner genius in others. He believes that provoking people’s unique potential is critical to combatting…

    Sister Dana Sez: Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun

    Sister Dana Sez:  Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun

    Sister Dana sez, “After the horrible Charlie Hebdo massacre, I need to quote from Salman Rushdie, who wrote “Satanic Verses:” “Religion, a medieval form of unreason, when combined with modern…

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