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    Old-School Sports Car Fun

    Old-School Sports Car Fun

    By Philip Ruth– Future automotive tech hews toward electric propulsion and crossover SUVs. But the past is still with us in piston-driven sports cars that put fun above all else.…

    Start Your Financial Plan with The Sound of Music

    Start Your Financial Plan with The Sound of Music

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– December and the end of the year may have you thinking about getting your finances in order. My thoughts, however, drift to … the annual airing…

    Understanding the Fear of Success

    Understanding the Fear of Success

    By Tom Moon, MFT– (Editor’s Note: Tom Moon is on hiatus. This is one of his more popular past columns.) Anyone can understand why people might be afraid of failure,…

    Donna’s Chronicles: “A tragic Saturday night fire on Castro Street caused extensive damage to a couple of buildings, curtailing business at Osaka Sushi and Q Bar, injuring two people, and displacing eight residents.”

    Donna’s Chronicles: “A tragic Saturday night fire on Castro Street caused extensive damage to a couple of buildings, curtailing business at Osaka Sushi and Q Bar, injuring two people, and displacing eight residents.”

    By Donna Sachet– A tragic Saturday night fire on Castro Street caused extensive damage to a couple of buildings, curtailing business at Osaka Sushi and Q Bar, injuring two people,…

    Strawberries and Cream with the ‘Bad Boys’

    Strawberries and Cream with the ‘Bad Boys’

    By John Lewis– This holiday season, I find myself reminded of two old family stories. The first comes from my dad’s side of the family and is a story about…

    Specialty Produce for Celebrating Hmong New Year

    Specialty Produce for Celebrating Hmong New Year

    By Debra Morris– Give some of your tried and true family recipes a new twist with flavors from other countries. You will find delicious vegetables and products of the Hmong,…

    Graton Unveils New Dim Sum Menu Created by Master Chef Pit-fun Li

    Graton Unveils New Dim Sum Menu Created by Master Chef Pit-fun Li

    Sonoma County’s Graton Resort & Casino recently announced the debut of its new dim sum menu at the Boathouse Asian Eatery. The Boathouse—created by partners Catherine Do, Hans Mogensen, and…

    Holiday Arts Preview – PART II

    Holiday Arts Preview – PART II

    REAF’s Help Is on the Way for the Holidays XVIII Monday, December 9 Marines Memorial Theatre & VIP After Party at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel http://www.reaf.org The Richmond/Ermet Aid…

    Temblores: An Exquisite, and Exquisitely Made, Powerful Drama from Guatemala

    Temblores: An Exquisite, and Exquisitely Made, Powerful Drama from Guatemala

    By Gary Kramer– Out gay writer/director Jayro Bustamante’s Temblores (Tremors), opening December 6 at the Landmark Opera Plaza, is an exquisite—and exquisitely made—drama from Guatemala. Pablo (Juan Pablo Olyslager) is…

    My Epidemic: An AIDS Memoir of One Man’s Struggle as Doctor, Patient, and Survivor

    My Epidemic: An AIDS Memoir of One Man’s Struggle as Doctor, Patient, and Survivor

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: When Dr. Andrew Faulk first learned that he was HIV-positive, he was devastated. At the time, the diagnosis could have meant imminent death for the outstanding young…

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