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    The Russian Bride’s Attire

    The Russian Bride’s Attire

    A MONTHLY HIGHLIGHT FROM THE DE YOUNG AND LEGION OF HONOR Seeing the life-size painting The Russian Bride’s Attire at the Legion of Honor is a must for your bucket…

    Remembering Leslie Feinberg

    Remembering Leslie Feinberg

    A year ago, our communities lost a powerful and important voice, activist, author and more, with the death of Leslie Feinberg. Most known as the author of the deep and…

    Affordable Housing Challenges

    Affordable Housing Challenges

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting Housing costs more in California. And, in California, there is no place more costly than the Bay Area to call home. Consider these numbers. Although 56 percent…

    Camille Saint-Saëns and La Loïe Fuller at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition

    In 1915, San Francisco gave a party and invited the world. Intended to delight in the completion of the Panama Canal, the Panama-Pacific International Exposition much more celebrated the renaissance…

    Hitchcock Fans: Prepare to Geek Out with Insightful Documentary Hitchcock/Truffaut

    Hitchcock Fans: Prepare to Geek Out with Insightful Documentary Hitchcock/Truffaut

    In 1966, film critic-turned-director François Truffaut interviewed Alfred Hitchcock for the seminal book, Hitchcock/Truffaut. Their weeklong Q&A (with the help of an interpreter) was Truffaut’s effort to show that, as…

    Dance Along Nutcracker’s History

    Dance Along Nutcracker’s History

    The Early Years 1985–87 Dance-Along Nutcracker at the Gift Center Pavilion. 3-act concert with cocktails: Act I: Christmas music, Act 2: City Swing with Gail Wilson debuts, Act 3: Tchaikovsky’s…

    How Should We Speak to Each Other? Three Guidelines

    How Should We Speak to Each Other? Three Guidelines

    Tom Moon, MFT (Editor’s Note: This is the third and final article of the series, “How Should We Speak to Each Other?”) Rubin and his partner Alan, the couple I’ve…

    The LGBTQ Experience Through Art

    The LGBTQ Experience Through Art

    Teacher Lyndsey Schlax of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts is teaching the nation’s first on-site high school LGBT course, according to district officials. In this column,…

    Ann Rostow: No News Is Bad News for News Columnists

    Ann Rostow: No News Is Bad News for News Columnists

      By Ann Rostow No News Is Bad News for News Columnists I was just checking for lesbian news on Google and took a test to see if I was,…

    Expand into Bliss While Deeply Rooting

    Expand into Bliss While Deeply Rooting

    Perhaps one of the most spiritual things we can do is to embrace our humanity. No matter what your spiritual beliefs are, attempting to stay connected to their lofty field,…

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