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    Sister Dana sez, “It’s LEATHER WEEK! Be leatheriffic! Wear something leather! If you’re a vegan, wear rubber!”

    Sister Dana sez, “It’s LEATHER WEEK! Be leatheriffic! Wear something leather! If you’re a vegan, wear rubber!”

    Sister Dana sez, “It’s LEATHER WEEK! Be leatheriffic! Wear something leather! If you’re a vegan, wear rubber!” We traveled back to 1987 to “HAPPY BIRTHDAY SYLVESTER!” at the latest installment…

    Pop, Jazz and Blues Diva Suede Continues to Defy Stereotypes as Mainstream Discovers Longtime LGBT Favorite

    Pop, Jazz and Blues Diva Suede Continues to Defy Stereotypes as Mainstream Discovers Longtime LGBT Favorite

    When the late great Bea Arthur saw Suede perform, she told the out and proud lesbian singer, “Thank you for the most incredible night of my life in an audience.…

    Max Rose Disappoints

    Max Rose Disappoints

    Jerry Lewis stars as the title character in Max Rose, a 2013 drama just getting a theatrical release now. The film, which opens September 16, did not sit on the…

    Tumeka’s Story Second Chance at Project Open Hand

    Tumeka’s Story Second Chance at Project Open Hand

    Tumeka has faced neglect, depression, abuse, and addiction. She has survived some of the most extreme sorrows and losses this world could deliver, yet still completely embodies strength, grace, and…

    Art for AIDS Has Become an Invaluable Resource for HIV-Affected Clients at UCSF Alliance Health Project

    Art for AIDS Has Become an Invaluable Resource  for HIV-Affected Clients at UCSF Alliance Health Project

    By dk haas Art for AIDS began in 1996 as a small community event held by artists who felt powerless while watching their friends die of AIDS. The event was…

    Bubbles

    Bubbles

    Yup, that’s the title of this month’s column. A number of things probably popped into your head. Maybe bubble bath, bubble butt or bubble gum, specifically Bubbliscious. Maybe the word…

    The Clinton Foundation’s Impact on the Fight Against HIV/AIDS and More

    The Clinton Foundation’s Impact on the Fight Against HIV/AIDS and More

    I am so honored to be writing for the San Francisco Bay Times about this historic presidential campaign. As someone who has followed Hillary Clinton’s work for many years, and…

    Sister Dana sez, “September 5th is Labor Day, which means it’s Burning Man Weekend…”

    Sister Dana sez, “September 5th is Labor Day, which means it’s Burning Man Weekend…”

    Sister Dana sez, “September 5th is Labor Day, which means it’s Burning Man Weekend, which means a mass exodus from the Bay Area to the Black Rock Desert. Leaving EssEff…

    Two Intimate, Poignant Films Now Available on DVD: Beautiful Something and The Royal Road

    Two Intimate, Poignant Films Now Available on DVD: Beautiful Something and The Royal Road

    Two San Francisco-based filmmakers have films out on DVD. Writer/director Joseph Graham’s intimate, affecting drama Beautiful Something chronicles four characters whose lives overlap over the course of a night. Brian…

    Sister Dana sez, “Someone please tell me why in our electoral system we have so-called ‘battleground states.”

    Sister Dana sez, “Someone please tell me why in our electoral system we have so-called ‘battleground states.”

    Sister Dana sez, “Someone please tell me why in our electoral system we have so-called ‘battleground states.’ And for that matter, why have an electoral college? Have these people even…

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