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    Don’t Let Money Come Between You and Your Partner

    Don’t Let Money Come Between You and Your Partner

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– It’s Gay Pride month again, the time when our wonderful city is festooned with lovely rainbow flags. This always makes me happy—and not just because I…

    Old-School Fun in Compact Sedans

    Old-School Fun in Compact Sedans

    By Philip Ruth– Pride season is about looking forward—to the challenges ahead for our community, and it’s also about looking back. Thinking of previous Prides brings up fond memories, even…

    When Couples Fight

    When Couples Fight

    By Tom Moon, MFT– Couples can create serious damage in their relationships when they fight dirty. The research of relationship expert John Gottman shows that for every hostile interaction a…

    San Francisco to Create Castro LGBTQ Cultural District

    As the city prepares to celebrate San Francisco Pride this weekend, the Board of Supervisors unanimously passed an ordinance Tuesday authored by Supervisor Rafael Mandelman to create the Castro LGBTQ…

    Twists and Turns: To Plot or Plan?

    Twists and Turns: To Plot or Plan?

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: Alex Reeve, author of Half Moon Street, is featured in this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times. I asked him to discuss the crafting of his debut mystery,…

    Hits and Misses from the Final Days of Frameline43

    Hits and Misses from the Final Days of Frameline43

    By Gary Kramer– The Frameline Film Festival ends Sunday, but there are still plenty of films to catch before it’s over. Here is a rundown of nine titles still to…

    Inspiring Documentary Chronicles the SF AIDS Ward 5B

    Inspiring Documentary Chronicles the SF AIDS Ward 5B

    By Gary Kramer– The compassionate documentary 5B is named for the first AIDS ward that opened on July 25, 1983, at San Francisco General Hospital. This film, which opened at…

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– Happy Pride to you!  Whether LGBTQ or anything in between, we have room for you in this wonderful, loving community and we anxiously await your participation in…

    Sister Dana’s Guide to Pride

    Sister Dana’s Guide to Pride

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– The San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade and Celebration is one of the largest gatherings of LGBT people and allies in the nation. The Parade kicks…

    Reflecting on Nearly Four Decades of Pride Immersion

    Reflecting on Nearly Four Decades of Pride Immersion

    By Marsha H. Levine– Sometime amid my late teens, I became aware and moved from being an oblivious child to a burgeoning adult. Atom bombs were very much a stark…

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