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    Al Baum (Posthumously) and Mollie Stone’s Markets to Be Honored on National Philanthropy Day

    National Philanthropy Day, November 18, was established to recognize and pay tribute to the meaningful contributions that philanthropy—and those active in our own philanthropic community—make to our lives, communities, and world.…

    Pan Haskins: Lesbian Activist Who Pioneered Financial Help for LGBTQI Individuals (5/24/1949–10/20/2021)

    Longtime Bay Area lesbian activist Pan Haskins died at her home in Oakland, CA, on October 20, 2021, where her heart finally gave out after a decade-long struggle with heart…

    Top of Your Stack – Recommendations from Book Passage

    A Spindle Splintered (Sci Fi) by Alix E. Harrow As author Katherine Arden puts it, “A Spindle Splintered is a vivid, subversive, and feminist reimagining of Sleeping Beauty, where implacable…

    Cocktails with Heather: Ginger Snap

    By Heather Freyer– We’ve given the mule a festive, Caribbean twist by swapping clear vodka for Bacardí Gold rum. The Ginger Snap is perfect for Thanksgiving—a true snap to make…

    Preventing Glue Stains on Wood

    By Julie Peri– Wood glue is an important part of working with wood. The purpose of wood glue is to hold two pieces of wood together and to provide additional…

    About Our Cover 11.18.21

    About Our Cover 11.18.21

    Dancer, fundraiser, and Stoli Ambassador Patrik Gallineaux is featured on the cover of this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times seated in a giant glittery red pump. It is…

    The Academy Legends Awards 2021

    The Academy Legends Awards 2021

    Dr. Tim Seelig, Artistic Director of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus and a San Francisco Bay Times columnist, was inducted into The Academy’s Legends Archive during a ceremony on Friday, November…

    Ann Rostow: It’s All Greek to Them

    Ann Rostow: It’s All Greek to Them

    By Ann Rostow– It’s All Greek to Them Book banning is one of our themes this week, specifically books about race and gender identity presented in public schools. It’s hardly…

    In the News 11.4.21

    By Joanie Juster– Transgender Awareness Week Every year between November 13–19, people and organizations around the country participate in Transgender Awareness Week to help raise the visibility of transgender individuals and address issues…

    Local Socialists Campaign to Steer California from a Squid Game Fate

    Local Socialists Campaign to Steer California from a Squid Game Fate

    By Jennifer Kroot and Robert Holgate– California corporate Democrats, look out! Red Bridge Strategies is a new San Francisco-based, political consulting firm, specializing in leftist ballot measures and democratic socialist…