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    In the News: 2.13.20

    SF First in Nation to Fund Services for Transgender Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities San Francisco on February 10 became the first city in the nation to fund services…

    Ann Rostow: It’s My Party and I’ll Cry If I Want To

    Ann Rostow:  It’s My Party and I’ll Cry If I Want To

    By Ann Rostow– It’s My Party and I’ll Cry If I Want To I write to you on the morning of the New Hampshire primary having decided to vote for…

    March 3 Primary: The Second Most Important Election Day of Your Life

    March 3 Primary: The Second Most Important Election Day of Your Life

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– November 3, 2020, will be the most important Election Day ever for every living, breathing human being in the United States and probably the world. The…

    A City, and a Party, Worth Fighting For

    A City, and a Party, Worth Fighting For

    By Peter Gallotta– If someone had told me 15 years ago that one day I would be living in San Francisco and running for elected office, I would have told…

    We Are So NOT in Iowa Anymore

    We Are So NOT in Iowa Anymore

    By Andrea Shorter– Yes, we are still in an ad nauseam whine-a-thon loop about the total breakdown in Iowa’s long awaited Democratic Presidential Primary Caucus vote pick last week. Yes,…

    3 Suggestions for Expressing Your Love

    3 Suggestions for Expressing Your Love

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– Contrary to the stream of advertising you see this time of year, flowers and chocolates are not the only ways to express your love. In fact,…

    Two Sporty Coupes for Fun

    Two Sporty Coupes for Fun

    By Philip Ruth– Sporty coupes have survived the crossover-SUV onslaught better than sedans. While those trendy tall station wagons expand on the functionality of family cars, they can’t stand in…

    An LGBTQ Community Forum on Avoiding Fraud, Scams, and Other Abuse

    An LGBTQ Community Forum on Avoiding Fraud, Scams, and Other Abuse

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– “A friend, an older single gay man, struck up a relationship with a man in his 20s. Within a month, the younger man moved into my friend’s home. The…

    Eating Local Made Easy with Farmers’ Markets

    Eating Local Made Easy with Farmers’ Markets

    By Debra Morris– As a result of our population becoming increasingly urbanized, going to the grocery store has become part of most people’s weekly routine. Because of that, we have…

    Donna Sachet, “Friends sometimes say that we’ll cut the ribbon for the opening of a garage door!”

    Donna Sachet, “Friends sometimes say that we’ll cut the ribbon for the opening of a garage door!”

    By Donna Sachet– Friends sometimes say that we’ll cut the ribbon for the opening of a garage door! Well, we think the opening of any new or rejuvenated business is…

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