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    Homebridge Success Stories

    Homebridge Success Stories

    Dignity Fund Coalition member Homebridge, Inc., is an organization that provides home care and support services in San Francisco county. Its largest program provides more than 500,000 hours of home…

    San Francisco’s First Ever City-wide Mayoral Candidate Town Hall on Seniors and People with Disabilities

    San Francisco’s First Ever City-wide Mayoral Candidate Town Hall on Seniors and People with Disabilities

    The worldwide senior population is now at its highest level in human history, according to the United Nations Population Division. The number of people aged 60 years and over has…

    Sister’s Easter Party, Round About Town and More!

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    In the News: 04.05.2018

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan Supervisors Approve Naming Terminal 1 at SFO After Harvey Milk On April 3, San Francisco supervisors voted to name Terminal 1 at the San Francisco International…

    Ann Rostow: Hold On, Center!

    Ann Rostow: Hold On, Center!

    By Ann Rostow– Hold On, Center! It’s April. I find myself counting months the way I expect I would count them if I were in prison for a spell. We…

    Lifting Low Wage Earners Out of Poverty

    Lifting Low Wage Earners Out of Poverty

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting– The Earned Income Tax Credit has been an effective anti-poverty tool, yet too many hardworking Californians don’t claim it and leave money on the table. According…

    Marching and Acting to Stop This American Carnage

    Marching and Acting to Stop This American Carnage

    By Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland City Councilmember At-Large– The United States of America is number 1—and that’s not something to be proud of in this case. In fact, it’s something to…

    Take a Break from Rehearsing and Rehashing

    Take a Break from Rehearsing and Rehashing

    By Tom Moon, MFT– Recent findings in neuroscience suggest a pessimistic conclusion: the way we’re wired makes it easier for us to be unhappy than happy. The complex human brain…

    Doris Day Birthday Celebration Highlights Homeless Senior Pets

    Doris Day Birthday Celebration Highlights Homeless Senior Pets

    A few members of our San Francisco Bay Times team recently attended the birthday celebrations for legendary entertainer Doris Day. At a very sharp 96, she is living proof that…

    Business Tips from GGBA

    GGBA Member Spotlight Wooden Table Baking: Argentinian Treats Made from Scratch with Love By Marlow Schindler, U.S. SBA — Wooden Table Baking Co. is an Oakland-based, certified LGBT Business Enterprise…

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