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    Celebrating LGBTQ Weddings

    Celebrating LGBTQ Weddings

    By Erin Berg– When we opened Kipper Clothiers five years ago, we had one mission in mind: to make the high-end custom suit and shirt market available to the LGBTQ…

    There Comes a Time

    There Comes a Time

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– The lyrics of a familiar activist song are, “There comes a time when you just gotta stand. You’ve been down so long, someone will give you…

    The History and the Mystery of San Francisco’s Wild Side West

    The History and the Mystery of San Francisco’s Wild Side West

    By Karin Jaffie Despite being properly credentialed as one of the oldest lesbian-founded and continuously lesbian-owned and operated and patronized watering holes this side of the Sierras, Wild Side West…

    Moody, Atmospheric Queer Film Beach Rats Is Not to Be Missed

    Moody, Atmospheric Queer Film Beach Rats Is Not to Be Missed

    By Gary M. Kramer– Frankie (Harris Dickinson), the main character in writer/director Eliza Hittman’s phenomenal drama, Beach Rats, doesn’t think of himself as gay, but he regularly cruises gay Brooklyn…

    Curated: Eustache Le Sueur’s Sleeping Venus

    Curated: Eustache Le Sueur’s Sleeping Venus

    (second line of Title) In the permanent collection, Gallery 6, at the Legion of Honor The mythological union of Vulcan, ancient god of fire, and Venus, goddess of love, serves…

    Core Strengthening Hacks

    Core Strengthening Hacks

    By Cinder Ernst “Hack” is a trendy and relatively new term that refers to any trick, shortcut, skill, or novelty method that increases productivity and efficiency, in all walks of…

    Speaking to Your Soul

    Speaking to Your Soul

    By Elisa Quinzi– To answer the call of the hero’s journey, we must suspect we are the hero. Now is the time to completely kick doubt to the curb and…

    Back to School on Racism & Diversity

    Back to School on Racism & Diversity

    Teaching the Truth About Racism to Children –By Lyndsey Schlax– (Editor’s Note: Teacher Lyndsey Schlax of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts launched the nation’s first on-site…

    An Epic Eclipse of Conscientiousness

    An Epic Eclipse of Conscientiousness

    By Andrea Shorter– This week we experienced an eclipse of the sun that brought breathtaking darkness across the U.S. from the beaches of Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. While fog…

    Kick Balls Like Bruce Lee

    Kick Balls Like Bruce Lee

    By John Chen– Picture it: 1978. The home team was down three runs in the bottom of the final inning with two outs. But, the bases were juiced, and before…

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