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    Cocktail Party 101

    Cocktail Party 101

    Cocktails. The name alone involves two of my favorite things. That aside, throwing a cocktail party may be my third favorite type of get together to throw. Cocktail parties are…

    Landmark Collaboration- Museum of the African Diaspora and SFMOMA

    Landmark Collaboration- Museum of the African Diaspora and SFMOMA

    Jointly organized by the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Portraits and Other Likenesses from SFMOMA brings toge-ther approximately 50 carefully selected…

    The Missing Generation: Voices from the Early AIDS Epidemic Expressed in Dance

    The Missing Generation: Voices from the Early AIDS Epidemic Expressed in Dance

    Marking the 35th Anniversary of the advent of AIDS, Sean Dorsey Dance’s new show The Missing Generation explores the impact of the loss of part of an entire generation of…

    Quirk Mode

    Quirk Mode

    Michele Karlsberg: What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? Rob Byrnes: Unlike pretty much every writer who ever lived, I love love love to edit my work. Putting…

    Two French Films: Saint Laurent and In the Name of My Daughter

    Two French Films: Saint Laurent and In the Name of My Daughter

    Saint Laurent, opening May 15, is the second feature film about Yves Saint Laurent in as many years. Despite its title, this biopic, co-written and directed by Betrand Bonello, is…

    Sister Dana sez, “Thanks to changing laws and a society growing more of an open mind, more and more LGBTQ people are able to start families of their own.”

    Sister Dana sez, “Thanks to changing laws and a society growing more of an open mind, more and more LGBTQ people are able to start families of their own.”

    By Sister Dana Inquity Sister Dana sez, “Thanks to changing laws and a society growing more of an open mind, more and more LGBTQ people are able to start families…

    Making San Francisco Streets Safer for Seniors

    Making San Francisco Streets Safer for Seniors

    By Marcy Adelman Walk SF, a San Francisco nonprofit pedestrian advocacy organization, is working to make San Francisco a safer, more walkable city for pedestrians. Seniors and lower income communities…

    Montclair Women’s Cultural Arts Club—We Will Never Forget You Dr. Betty Sullivan & Jennifer Viegas From the moment we first stepped into Boo Price’s warm, welcoming and truly magical Montclair…

    Ann Rostow: Tough Morning at SCOTUS

    By Ann Rostow Tough Morning at SCOTUS The oral arguments before the Supreme Court in the marriage equality cases were disconcerting. I have rewritten the opening line to this column…

    In the News

    In the News

    By Dennis McMillan UniteForMarriage Holds Rally at San Francisco City Hall As the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on four cases that may determine the future of marriage equality in…