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    Cruising Beyond the Castro

    Cruising Beyond the Castro

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Now that we are heading into Valentine’s Day, my husband Dan and I believe that it is the perfect time to share our personal reflections concerning…

    Romantic LGBTQ Films to Put You in the Mood for Valentine’s Day

    Romantic LGBTQ Films to Put You in the Mood for Valentine’s Day

    By Gary M. Kramer– With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, there are a number of LGBTQ films that couples (or singles, or threesomes) can cuddle up and watch for a…

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– The Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation once again delivered on their promise of providing top notch entertainment while raising funds for great causes when they tried a new event…

    Happy 15th Anniversary of San Francisco’s ‘Winter of Love’

    Happy 15th Anniversary of San Francisco’s ‘Winter of Love’

    By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis– We awakened the morning of February 12, 2004, like any other morning. Stuart had a busy day ahead at his office. John had nothing…

    We Love Fresh-Baked Goods from the Farmers’ Market

    By Debra Morris– We’re expressing our love for farmers’ markets this month! Share what you love about your farmers’ market on Facebook and Instagram ( https://www.pcfma.org/ ) while we share…

    Tips for an Easy Joint Replacement

    Tips for an Easy Joint Replacement

    By Cinder Ernst– In past columns, I’ve told you about how I managed along the way toward getting my new hip. I’ve written about keeping my physical strength, staying as…

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Trans (But Were Afraid to Ask)

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Trans (But Were Afraid to Ask)

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: In trans activist, writer and former naval aviator Brynn Tannehill’s new book, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Trans (But Were Afraid to Ask), she breaks…

    Sister Dana sez, “Why do we make such a fuss over Valentine’s Day? A day named after Saint Valentine, a 15th century martyr, who on February 14th was beaten to a pulp with clubs, then stoned, finally beheaded and buried. How romantic?! Puhleeeze!”

    Sister Dana sez, “Why do we make such a fuss over Valentine’s Day? A day named after Saint Valentine, a 15th century martyr, who on February 14th was beaten to a pulp with clubs, then stoned, finally beheaded and buried. How romantic?! Puhleeeze!”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “Why do we make such a fuss over Valentine’s Day? A day named after Saint Valentine, a 15th century martyr, who on February 14th…

    A Perfect Place to Celebrate Valentine’s Day: San Francisco’s Iconic Cliff House

    A Perfect Place to Celebrate Valentine’s Day: San Francisco’s Iconic Cliff House

    By David Landis– (Editor’s Note: In this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times we welcome David Landis as a new food columnist! We have admired David’s work over the…

    Report from City Hall

    Report from City Hall

    By Supervisor Rafael Mandelman– Happy February, Bay Times readers! As a former columnist for this fine publication, it is a special treat to be able to report back on some…

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