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    Find Freedom in Your Flaws

    Find Freedom in Your Flaws

    Astrology by Gypsy Love When asked about the ups and downs of her creative process, powerhouse comedienne Sarah Silverman revealed one of her sure-fire secrets: “One way I keep from…

    Happy Holidays from Castro Merchants

    By Daniel Bergerac Businesses in the Castro and Upper Market neighborhoods of San Francisco are ready for one of their brightest, most exciting and best year-end holiday seasons in years.…

    Ann Rostow: NCLR to SCOTUS – Fix This

    By Ann Rostow NCLR to SCOTUS: Fix This I was struck by a headline the other day (November 18 if you want to nitpick) that read: “Supreme Court is Asked…

    Interview with Todd Haynes, Director of the Stunning New Lesbian Drama Carol

    Interview with Todd Haynes, Director of the Stunning New Lesbian Drama Carol

    Carol, opening November 27, is Todd Haynes’ stunning adaption of Patricia Highsmith’s classic lesbian novel “The Price of Salt.” The film portrays the relationship between two women, Therese (Rooney Mara)…

    The Longevity Wave: Meeting Future Needs

    The Longevity Wave: Meeting Future Needs

    There are 3 million LGBT seniors, and that number is expected to dou­ble by 2030. People over 65 years of age are the fastest growing segment of both LGBT and…

    When Dogs Heal

    When Dogs Heal

    In honor of World AIDS Day, December 1, we are featur­ing the non-profit Fred Says, which promotes pet ownership to improve the lives of those with HIV/AIDS. Fred Says (http://fredsays.org/)…

    In the News – November 12, 2015

    By Dennis McMillan Mayor Lee Partners with MAC AIDS Fund In SF’s Aim to be First to Get to Zero Mayor Edwin Lee announced San Francisco’s intention to become the…

    Ann Rostow: Just Breathe, College Students

    Ann Rostow: Just Breathe, College Students

    By Ann Rostow Just Breathe, College Students I have little patience for older adults who pine for simpler days or reflexively critique their juniors. We all come of age in…

    Call for Volunteers – Celebration of Craftswoman Needs You

    Call for Volunteers – Celebration of Craftswoman Needs You

    The 37th annual Celebration of Craftswomen takes place November 27–29 at Fort Mason Center’s Herbst Pavilion. It is a greatly anticipated tradition for us every year, with “Betty’s List” and…

    What An Election Season!

    It was wonderful to see so many San Franciscans engaged and passionate about ballot issues and races that are close to home. There is no doubt in my mind that…

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