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    From Self-Criticism to Self-Compassion

    From Self-Criticism to Self-Compassion

    By Tom Moon, MFT– Lucas arrived for his weekly therapy session in an agitated and unhappy state. It was confusing, he told me, because his life had been going great.…

    Postcards from London May Leave Viewers Spellbound

    Postcards from London May Leave Viewers Spellbound

    Jim (Harris Dickinson), the hero of writer/director Steve McLean’s highly stylized drama Postcards from London, now out on DVD, is “young, fit, and has the face of an angel.” He…

    Sister Dana sez, “The Trump shutdown enters the history books as the longest government shutdown ever, and Trump threatens to declare a national emergency. Where is Trump’s heart? Oh, I forgot. He wasn’t born with a heart.”

    Sister Dana sez, “The Trump shutdown enters the history books as the longest government shutdown ever, and Trump threatens to declare a national emergency. Where is Trump’s heart? Oh, I forgot. He wasn’t born with a heart.”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “The Trump shutdown enters the history books as the longest government shutdown ever, and Trump threatens to declare a national emergency. Where is Trump’s…

    Winter Fancy Food Show Highlights 2019 Trends

    The Specialty Food Association (SFA) recently presented the Winter Fancy Food Show at Moscone Center in San Francisco from January 13–15. This year’s Show featured over 80,000 foods and beverages…

    Kamala Harris Enters U.S. Presidential Race, Promises to Fight for “Our Nation’s Very Soul”

    Kamala Harris Enters U.S. Presidential Race, Promises to Fight for “Our Nation’s Very Soul”

    Oakland native Senator Kamala Harris officially entered the U.S. presidential race on Monday, January 21. Speculation was high that the former attorney general of California and former district attorney of…

    Denny Fouts: The ‘Most Beautiful’ (and Expensive) Boy in the World

    Denny Fouts: The ‘Most Beautiful’ (and Expensive) Boy in the World

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– Truman Capote thought him “the single most charming-looking person I’ve ever seen.” To Gore Vidal, he was “un homme fatal.” Nightclub singer Jimmie Daniels called him…

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– This edition’s column presents the entire schedule preceding Imperial Coronation, so that those who follow all things Imperial may properly plan for a host of activities and…

    Couples Who Can Play Together Stay Together: Love Strikes

    Couples Who Can Play Together Stay Together: Love Strikes

    By John Chen– Serving the American people is what Stacy Stobo and Alex Alexander have in common. Softball is what bonds them. Love is what has continued to keep this…

    Building Bridges While Tearing Down Walls That Divide Us – GGBA in 2019

    Building Bridges While Tearing Down Walls That Divide Us – GGBA in 2019

    By The Golden Gate Business Association Board of Directors– Ricardo Lara, who was sworn in on January 7 as our state’s Insurance Commissioner, is California’s first openly LGBTQ statewide elected…

    From Itinerant Chorus to Finding Home

    From Itinerant Chorus to Finding Home

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Most residents of San- Francisco hail from somewhere other than the city. Since its founding, the Bay Area has been a landing spot for people from…

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