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    The Unofficial Gayest Sport: Volleyball

    The Unofficial Gayest Sport: Volleyball

    “When I play volleyball, I am at my gayest! I can truly be myself.” I have heard this and similar statements from so many volleyball aficionados, such as avid player…

    A Fresh Approach

    A Fresh Approach

    (Editor’s Note: We are excited to welcome Medical Exercise Specialist and Life Coach Cinder Ernst to the San Francisco Bay Times team. A few of us have trained with her…

    Good Will on Leap Day a Rare Thing

    Good Will on Leap Day a Rare Thing

    A rare thing happened at the State Capitol on February 29. The State Legislature passed a tax with bipartisan support. Such an event is less routine than Leap Day itself,…

    Who Will They Come for If We Let Them?

    Who Will They Come for  If We Let Them?

    At different times and places in human history, leaders have sometimes arisen by encouraging fear and hatred towards various groups. While these tactics have been used against African Americans, immigrants,…

    Sister Dana sez, “This season’s Repugnican politicians have used nothing but childish name-calling, ugly rhetoric, and discourse reaching an all-time low.”

    Sister Dana sez, “This season’s Repugnican politicians have used nothing but childish name-calling, ugly rhetoric, and discourse reaching an all-time low.”

    Sister Dana sez, “This season’s Repugnican politicians have used nothing but childish name-calling, ugly rhetoric, and discourse reaching an all-time low. As MSNBC news so aptly put it: exercising ‘puerility,…

    In Honor of Andy

    In Honor of Andy

    I am honored to be the coordinator for the Wine Train’s 6th annual LGBT event and the first Napa Valley Wine Train Pride Ride, which will benefit the Richmond/Ermet Aid…

    Diet and Brain Health: Delaying Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms

    Diet and Brain Health: Delaying Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms

    There is much conflicting evidence about the value of brain training–solving crossword puzzles, playing Sudoku and more–in maintaining brain health and reducing memory loss. There is, however, a growing consensus…

    First Ever Wine Train Pride Ride

    First Ever Wine Train Pride Ride

    Inaugural Wine Train Pride Ride to Benefit the Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation This year marks the first ever Wine Train Pride Ride, and the San Francisco Bay Times is proud to…

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