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    COVID-19 and Emergency Relief

    COVID-19 and Emergency Relief

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– The COVID-19 disease is causing a worldwide health crisis that impacts every one of us. It should come as no surprise that older adults stand the highest…

    James Pratt and John Smith: Martyrs to Madness and Idiocy

    James Pratt and John Smith: Martyrs to Madness and Idiocy

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– “Yesterday morning, at the usual hour,” the Morning Post informed its readers on November 28, 1835, “the sentence of the law was carried into effect upon…

    Out Filmmaker’s Feature Debut Almost Love Looks at Gay and Straight Relationships

    Out Filmmaker’s Feature Debut Almost Love Looks at Gay and Straight Relationships

    By Gary Kramer– Written and directed by actor-turned-filmmaker Mike Doyle, Almost Love, available on demand, is an affable romantic comedy-drama about a handful of neurotic New Yorkers. Adam (out actor…

    Saints and Sinners 2020: The Festival That Wasn’t

    Saints and Sinners 2020: The Festival That Wasn’t

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: The Saints and Sinners Literary Festival (SAS Fest) was founded in 2003 as a new initiative designed to be an innovative way to reach the…

    Sister Dana sez,”The PresiDense had said he wanted the U.S. ‘opened up’ and ‘raring to go by Easter,’ defying the warnings of many many health experts.”

    Sister Dana sez,”The PresiDense had said he wanted the U.S. ‘opened up’ and ‘raring to go by Easter,’ defying the warnings of many many health experts.”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “The PresiDense had said he wanted the U.S. ‘opened up’ and ‘raring to go by Easter,’ defying the warnings of many many health experts.…

    Farmers’ Markets Work to Create a Safe Shopping Environment

    Farmers’ Markets Work to Create a Safe Shopping Environment

    By Debra Morris– Amid the continuing safety concerns due to the coronavirus pandemic, some Bay Area farmers’ markets have closed, but there are many that remain open because they are…

    The Loss of a ‘Lyon’: Phyllis Lyon November 10, 1924 – April 9, 2020

    The Loss of a ‘Lyon’: Phyllis Lyon November 10, 1924 – April 9, 2020

    By Kate Kendell– Fearless lesbian activist icon Phyllis Lyon died peacefully at her home in San Francisco on April 9 of natural causes. She was 95. Few individuals contributed more to…

    Donna’s Chronicles,”First of all, we want to thank wholeheartedly the many who sent us messages after our last column, letting us know that they too were experiencing many of the feelings described therein.”

    Donna’s Chronicles,”First of all, we want to thank wholeheartedly the many who sent us messages after our last column, letting us know that they too were experiencing many of the feelings described therein.”

    By Donna Sachet– First of all, we want to thank wholeheartedly the many who sent us messages after our last column, letting us know that they too were experiencing many…

    Actions to Protect San Franciscans During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    Actions to Protect San Franciscans During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    San Francisco Supervisor and former San Francisco Bay Times columnist Rafael Mandelman has been providing detailed updates concerning local, state, and federal actions to support and protect San Franciscans during…

    Elections Matter, Stop Hoarding, Wear a Mask, and It’s OK to Feel Sad

    Elections Matter, Stop Hoarding, Wear a Mask, and It’s OK to Feel Sad

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– Over the past few months I wrote columns about electing women to higher office, the importance of voting in the presidential primary, Thanksgiving with Republicans, and…

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