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    Public Performance, Public Lives

    Public Performance, Public Lives

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky In earlier times, when those who were young, gifted, black, and LGBT faced the immense social—and legal—barriers that then existed against race, gender, and sexual diversity, some…

    Chris Columbus Receives First Robin Williams Award for Excellence in Entertainment

    Chris Columbus Receives First Robin Williams Award for Excellence in Entertainment

    Legendary writer, director and producer Chris Columbus received the first ever Robin Williams Award for Excellence in Entertainment at a ceremony held at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco on…

    Winter Fancy Food Show Suggests World Peace Happens Over Food

    Winter Fancy Food Show Suggests World Peace Happens Over Food

    By Elaine Viegas Representatives from 1400 companies based all around the world traveled to San Francisco recently for the Specialty Food Association’s 2017 Winter Fancy Food Show, held January 22–24…

    2017 Academy Awards: Who Will Likely Win but Who Should Win

    2017 Academy Awards: Who Will Likely Win but Who Should Win

    By Gary M. Kramer The 2017 Academy Awards are this weekend. But who will win, and who should win? Here are some educated guesses. Best Picture Nominees: Arrival, Fences, Hacksaw…

    Bare Chests, Bikinis, Bulges, Beers, Oh My …

    Bare Chests, Bikinis, Bulges, Beers, Oh My …

    By John Chen Have you ever eaten Jell-O shots off a hot jock’s muscular bare chest or curvaceous cleavage? Imagine a sexy athlete laid out in front of you bare…

    Sister Dana Sez, “And the Oscar for Best Actor in a Presidential Farce…”

    Sister Dana Sez, “And the Oscar for Best Actor in a Presidential Farce…”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “And the Oscar for the Best Actor in a Presidential Farce or Musical Major Mess-up Movie goes to Donald Jackass T-rump. Accepting the award…

    Student Voices: Two Spirit

    Student Voices: Two Spirit

    By Jenn Bowman (Editor’s Note: Teacher Lyndsey Schlax of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts (Asawa SOTA) launched the nation’s first on-site high school LGBTQ course in…

    Nevertheless, She Persisted

    Nevertheless, She Persisted

    Roma Guy, Portrayed in When We Rise, Has Not Lost Any of her activist Fire By Debra Walker When I came out in the mid-seventies, I paid tremendous attention to…

    When We Rise Brings Raw Emotions and Memories Back to the Surface

    When We Rise Brings Raw Emotions and Memories Back to the Surface

    By Debra Walker I love Gus Van Sant’s work. He seamlessly captures the raw emotion of a time I, and many of you, lived through in the new ABC miniseries…

    Dysfunctional Family Roles: #4 The Mascot

    Dysfunctional Family Roles: #4 The Mascot

    By Tom Moon, MFT As I wrote in the first column in this series, dysfunctional families are characterized by abuse coupled with denial that any abuse is going on; by…

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