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    SF Men’s Gay Chorus’ Babes in Joyland and More!

    SF Men’s Gay Chorus’ Babes in Joyland and More!

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    In the News: 12.15.2017

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan 2016 State Legislative Report: Anti-LGBTQ Legislation Spread Nationwide A recent Human Rights Campaign study found 202 anti-LGBTQ bills were filed in 34 states—that’s 76 percent of…

    Ann Rostow: It’s Hard to Believe Another Year Has Come and Gone

    Ann Rostow: It’s Hard to Believe Another Year Has Come and Gone

    By Ann Rostow It’s hard to believe that another year has come and gone, and even harder to believe the shocking turn of events that befell us, and continue to…

    The Flames of Disparity

    The Flames of Disparity

    By Debra Walker A month in and I am still in shock. I know I am not alone in this. As I tried to put one foot in front of…

    Honoring Those Lost, Protecting Artistic Communities and Our Renters

    Honoring Those Lost, Protecting Artistic Communities and Our Renters

    By Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland City Councilmember At-Large On December 2, a large fire took the lives of 36 people attending a concert in a warehouse known as “Ghost Ship” in…

    Deck the Halls of Schools, Workplaces and Courts with LGBT Equality

    Deck the Halls of Schools, Workplaces and Courts with LGBT Equality

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney Whenever we hear the ubiquitous holiday music that pervades the airwaves this time of year, we can’t help but want to sing along—not with…

    Let’s Make a Deal

    Let’s Make a Deal

    By Alex Randolph, City College Trustee Donald Trump is going to be President. That is something most humans living on this earth, including he himself, probably never thought would happen.…

    Fighting for Our Rights

    Fighting for Our Rights

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting Most of us remain shocked by the results of the presidential election and are fearful of what changes lie ahead for our country. During the campaign,…

    Madeline Gleason and the Poetry of San Francisco

    Madeline Gleason and the Poetry of San Francisco

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky Across her long creative career, Madeline Gleason was a motivating influence and major champion of new poets and poetry of the Bay Area. By the time…

    Curated, At the Milliner’s by Édouard Manet

    Curated, At the Milliner’s by Édouard Manet

    On display at the Legion of Honor One hallmark of Impressionist painting is the artists’ decision to represent the modern world, rather than scenes with allegorical themes or historical narratives.…

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