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    Monet: The Late Years

    Monet: The Late Years

    Through May 27 at the de Young Monet: The Late Years, now at the de Young, is the first exhibition in more than 20 years dedicated to the final phase…

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– We were pleased to serve as emcee for the San Francisco Public Relations Round Table recently in the Penthouse of the Westin St. Francis Hotel, where the…

    Eight Ways to Fortify Your Long-term Relationship

    Eight Ways to Fortify Your Long-term Relationship

    By Dr. Frankie Bashan– Considered experts in couples’ therapy, marriage and divorce, John Gottman and Julie Schwartz-Gottman have been studying relationships for over 25 years. The Gottmans have discovered that…

    SF Gay Flag Football Becomes More Inclusive as More Women Discover the Sport

    SF Gay Flag Football Becomes More Inclusive as More Women Discover the Sport

    By John Chen– Football historically is a man’s sport where strength, toughness, physicality and athletic prowess are the foundations for success. The sheer brutality of head on collisions, take downs…

    Sean Dorsey Dance Celebrates 15 Years of Trailblazing Dance

    Sean Dorsey Dance Celebrates 15 Years of Trailblazing Dance

    Company celebrates in San Francisco March 14–16 Over the past 15 years, trailblazing transgender choreographer, dancer, writer and advocate Sean Dorsey has had a profound impact on audiences, communities and…

    Out SF Filmmakers Compete for Another Oscar with End Game

    Out SF Filmmakers Compete for Another Oscar with End Game

    At the Academy Awards this year, there are a number of LGBTQ-themed features and performances in competition. In the Best Picture category, Green Book, The Favorite, A Star Is Born…

    Sister Dana Sez, “So we suffered through T-rump’s State of the Union speech.”

    Sister Dana Sez, “So we suffered through T-rump’s State of the Union speech.”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “So we suffered through T-rump’s State of the Union speech. More like ‘State of the Onion’—because we had to peel away the layers of reality…

    Dan Ashley’s Rock The CASA: Five Years of Helping Bay Area Children in Need

    Dan Ashley’s Rock The CASA: Five Years of Helping Bay Area Children in Need

    One of the most magical and memorable events of late winter is Dan Ashley’s Rock The CASA, an evening of music benefiting children in need. This year’s fundraiser, which will…

    Music Legend Patti LaBelle Has Contributed to the Soundtrack of Our Lives

    Music Legend Patti LaBelle Has Contributed to the Soundtrack of Our Lives

    For more than 50 years, Patti LaBelle has enriched our lives with soulful music that goes beyond entertainment. Often her work has accompanied iconic moments in history. Depending on your…

    GGBA Power Lunch, Round About Town and More!

    GGBA Power Lunch, Round About Town and More!

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