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    Stock Incentives Can Be a Pot of Gold, If You’re Smart

    Stock Incentives Can Be a Pot of Gold, If You’re Smart

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– I’m not sure how many leprechauns live in the Bay Area, but many people seem to have found the pots of gold the wee folk are…

    Two Prestige Sporty Coupes

    Two Prestige Sporty Coupes

    By Philip Ruth– It’s time for more coupes! In my last column, I compared Hyundai and Toyota coupes from the sub-$30,000 market. Here, we’ll rise to the top of the…

    Mayor Breed Appoints Debra Walker to SF Arts Commission

    Mayor Breed Appoints Debra Walker to SF Arts Commission

    Artist and housing policy advisor Debra Walker, who has created several popular covers for the San Francisco Bay Times over the years, was recently appointed by Mayor London Breed to…

    GGBA Power Lunch 2020

    A sold out capacity crowd of participants joined GGBA leaders at the W Hotel San Francisco on Friday, March 6, for the 6th annual GGBA Power Lunch. The annual event…

    World Health Organization, CDC, and City of SF Information about COVID-19

    World Health Organization, CDC, and City of SF Information about COVID-19

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that people with mild cases of COVID-19—the disease caused by a new strain of coronavirus—recover in about two weeks; others…

    HIV Protease Inhibitors Show Promise in Treating COVID-19

    HIV Protease Inhibitors Show Promise in Treating COVID-19

    Since the novel virus that causes COVID-19 was first identified in Wuhan, China, last year, drug companies such as Gilead, AbbVie, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, and more have been racing…

    San Francisco Provides Temporary Housing for Those Needing to Quarantine

    San Francisco Provides Temporary Housing for Those Needing to Quarantine

    As San Francisco continues to strengthen its response to reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the city is working to provide quarantine locations for individuals who have tested positive for…

    The Castro Farmers’ Market Is Back!

    The Castro Farmers’ Market Is Back!

    By Debra Morris– It’s finally here! The Castro Farmers’ Market is back for the season! On March 11, Noe and Market Streets were filled with all your favorite farmers of…

    Our Unknown and Anonymous Ancestors

    Our Unknown and Anonymous Ancestors

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– The passing years have preserved the privacy and buried the secrets that the women and men of earlier generations needed to keep in life, but in…

    Straight Up Is a Talky and Funny New Queer Romcom

    Straight Up Is a Talky and Funny New Queer Romcom

    By Gary Kramer– Out queer writer/director James Sweeney’s Straight Up, opening March 20 in the Bay Area, is a terrific romcom with a twist. Todd (Sweeney) drops a bombshell on…

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