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    GGBA Business Tips, Member Spotight and More!

    GGBA Business Tips, Member Spotight and More!

    Business Tips from GGBA Commissioner Orders Workers’ Comp Insurers to Report Federal Income Tax Savings Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones recently issued an order requiring that every insurer licensed to write…

    Can Meditation Relieve Depression?

    Can Meditation Relieve Depression?

    By Tom Moon, MFT– Q: I’ve been depressed for a long time and finally started getting treatment for it last year. I’ve been taking antidepressants and seeing a therapist for…

    Struggling with Depression or Thoughts of Suicide? You’re Not Alone

    Struggling with Depression or Thoughts of Suicide? You’re Not Alone

    By Dr. Frankie Bashan– With the recent high-profile suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, new attention is again being dedicated to mental health, depression and the struggle that many…

    Absorbing New Drama The Cakemaker Connects Food to Love and Coping After Loss

    Absorbing New Drama The Cakemaker Connects Food to Love and Coping After Loss

    By Gary M. Kramer– Out gay writer-director Ofir Raul Graizer’s gentle, absorbing drama, The Cakemaker, opens July 20 at the Landmark Theaters in San Francisco and Berkeley. It begins with…

    Broadway’s Lesbian Troika

    Broadway’s Lesbian Troika

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– The three women were at the height of their careers, the peak of their creative abilities. Eva Le Gallienne (1899–1991) was one of “the high royalty…

    Ranu Mudherjee: A Bright Stage

    At the de Young from July 14, 2018–January 20, 2019 San Francisco-based artist Ranu Mukherjee employs drawing, painting, animation, and choreography to create hybrid installations that blur the lines between…

    Choosing Your Bay Area Wedding Venue

    Choosing Your Bay Area Wedding Venue

    By Alexis Garhammer, CWP– Choosing a venue is one of the biggest decisions couples need to make when planning their wedding. The reception site sets the tone for the entire…

    Advanced Strength Training Hacks

    Advanced Strength Training Hacks

    By Cinder Ernst– In the last column you learned basic strength training principles, such as peak contraction and continuous muscle tension. This time you will discover some easy to implement…

    Sister Dana sez, “So now that Gay Pride Month is over, are we supposed to return to Gay Shame?”

    Sister Dana sez, “So now that Gay Pride Month is over, are we supposed to return to Gay Shame?”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “So now that Gay Pride Month is over, are we supposed to return to Gay Shame? Aw hell no! Gay Pride is every month,…

    An LGBTQ Athlete’s Story: Mark McCabe Part 2 – Gay Rugby Changed My Life

    An LGBTQ Athlete’s Story: Mark McCabe Part 2 – Gay Rugby Changed My Life

    By John Chen– (Editor’s Note: Part 1 of Mark McCabe’s story is in the June 7 issue of the San Francisco Bay Times. McCabe was on the fast track to…

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