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    Take Me Home with You!

    Take Me Home with You!

    “Rocky, Skinny, and Chiquitita have lived together their whole lives, and we’re looking for an adopter who will take all three fun-loving pups! While these cuties aren’t technically siblings, they’ve…

    Roadmap for Reinvesting in San Francisco’s Black Community Highlights LGBTQ Concerns

    Roadmap for Reinvesting in San Francisco’s Black Community Highlights LGBTQ Concerns

    Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Shamann Walton in June announced their intention to redirect funding from the police department into the Black community following the killing of George Floyd during a police…

    A COVID-19 Reminder from Donna Sachet

    A COVID-19 Reminder from Donna Sachet

    Donna Sachet offers words of encouragement and advice during the coronavirus pandemic.…

    Was Marilyn Monroe Murdered? Film Critic Jan Wahl Discusses Hollywood Scandals

    Was Marilyn Monroe Murdered? Film Critic Jan Wahl Discusses Hollywood Scandals

    San Francisco Bay Times columnist Jan Wahl shares movie news and more on KGO radio (810) every Saturday night starting at 7:30 pm. For her latest segment in John Rothmann’s…

    Ann Rostow Food for Thought

    By Ann Rostow– Food for Thought— I’m trying to avoid a lengthy commentary on the High Court’s religious freedom rulings. After all, I spent my entire column last time on…

    Philanthropy Has Critical Roles to Play at This Moment

    By Roger Doughty– July 2020 finds our nation, the world, the Bay Area, and our LGBTQ community confronting some of the greatest challenges in living memory: the COVID-19 pandemic; a…

    From Bronx to the Bay Area, This Year’s AIDS Walk Will Make History

    From Bronx to the Bay Area, This Year’s AIDS Walk Will Make History

    United by a common cause and undaunted by the COVID-19 pandemic, AIDS Walk San Francisco and AIDS Walk New York have announced their first-ever collaboration: AIDS Walk: Live at Home,…

    The World’s True Monument to Freedom, Inclusion, and Equality

    By Andrea Shorter– To our beloved and late Gilbert Baker, thank you. Thank you, brother, for creating what now stands as the most powerful, most enduring, and timeless monument to…

    Distancing Yourself from the Fear and Greed That Drive the Market

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– If you have money in the stock market—either through individual investments or your retirement account—congratulations. Your investments are probably doing relatively fine compared with the Category…

    Two Different Auto Design Approaches

    By Philip Ruth– “We’re trying to find a way to live in a burning building.” That’s MSNBC’s Chris Hayes on coping with the surging of COVID-19 across the United States.…

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