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    Gay Filmmaker Francois Ozon’s Frantz Is Both a Handsome Romantic Melodrama and Ghost Story

    Gay Filmmaker Francois Ozon’s Frantz Is Both a Handsome Romantic Melodrama and Ghost Story

    By Gary M. Kramer Frantz, by gay French filmmaker François Ozon, is a black and white costume drama, set in 1919 Germany. A loose remake of the Ernst Lubitsch drama…

    Hula Master Patrick Makuakāne and Dancers to Perform at San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Concert Paradise Found

    Hula Master Patrick Makuakāne and Dancers to Perform at San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Concert Paradise Found

    San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) events are always among the best of the year, but we are especially excited about Paradise Found, which will be presented March 30–April 1…

    Sister Dana Sez, “Last Week Was Saint Patrick’s Day.”

    Sister Dana Sez, “Last Week Was Saint Patrick’s Day.”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “Last week was St. Patrick’s Day. How many of us wore green on that great day? And how many of us awoke the next…

    Supervisor Jeff Sheehy & His Vision for District 8

    Supervisor Jeff Sheehy & His Vision for District 8

    Supervisor with a Purpose: An Interview with San Francisco Supervisor Jeff Sheehy  By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis The morning after Jeff Sheehy’s historic appointment to the San Francisco Board…

    Openhouse’s LGBT-Welcoming Senior Housing Has Arrived

    Openhouse’s LGBT-Welcoming Senior Housing Has Arrived

    By Marcy Adelman Today, March 23, we celebrate the grand opening of 55 Laguna, San Francisco’s first LGBT-welcoming affordable housing for seniors. The new apartments, developed in partnership with Openhouse…

    An Historic Appointment

    An Historic Appointment

    Jeff Sheehy became the first person openly living with HIV to be on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors when Mayor Ed Lee appointed him to the post on January…

    Stop the Spread of D.C.’s Hate and Intolerance

    Stop the Spread of D.C.’s Hate and Intolerance

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting The hateful rhetoric being spewed from D.C. today has a tragic side effect—it gives permission to those with hate in their hearts to act on their…

    Wedding Photography That Captures Love for Eternity

    Wedding Photography That Captures Love for Eternity

    By Misti Layne It is off-the-charts exciting and monumental when you get engaged. But, let’s be honest here. It is also daunting to plan a wedding and envision your dream…

    Twelve Habits of Happy People

    Twelve Habits of Happy People

    By Tom Moon, MFT Research shows that 50 percent of a person’s happiness level is genetically determined, 10 percent is affected by life circumstances and situation, and the remaining 40…

    March Madness: How to Fill Out a Winning Bracket

    March Madness: How to Fill Out a Winning Bracket

    By John Chen Laying poolside—diligently turning golden brown in sunny 95-degree Palm Springs and surrounded by beautiful, playful, social naked men of all shapes and sizes—I was in paradise, although…

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