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Oakland’s Café Crush Will Leave You With a Natural High

Oakland’s Café Crush Will Leave You With a Natural High

You know a place has to serve up healthy fare when, on any given day, it draws nutritionists, nurses and doctors—some still wearing their work garb. But the patrons of…

Artist Spotlight: Lexa Walsh

Throughout May, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco will be featuring a series of events with artist fellow Lexa Walsh, who is developing a map and archive of remarkable,…

Jane Addams: Cultural Feminist

Jane Addams: Cultural Feminist

For Americans living during the first decades of the 20th century, Jane Addams seemed to be a Victorian matron: prim and proper, with a hint of lavender on her lace…

Round About – Outdoor Adventures

Round About – Outdoor Adventures

Outdoor guide Kim Powell co-hosted with “Betty’s List” and the Bay Times an annual outing to visit the thousands of elephant seals occupying the beach areas at Año Nuevo State…

April Artist-in-Residence Tim Roseborough

April Artist-in-Residence Tim Roseborough

(Editor’s Note: The Bay Times is proud to launch a new column highlighting artists, exhibitions and more from the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. The FAMS, comprising the de…

Holding Up Half the Sky While Carrying the Village Water Supply: International Women’s Day 2014

Holding Up Half the Sky While  Carrying the Village Water Supply: International Women’s Day 2014

Women hold up half the sky. – Mao Zedong March is Women’s History Month, which also marks International Women’s Day on March 8, 2014. The earliest adoption of an International…

Honoring the Legacy of Stu Smith

Today we mourn the loss of one of the most compassionate and beloved members of our community, Stu Smith. He left behind an inimitable legacy of lives touched, and he…

New Rainbow Scholarship Helps Aspiring LGBT Musicians

New Rainbow Scholarship Helps Aspiring LGBT Musicians

Special to the “Bay Times” The Bay Times was delighted to learn about a new annual award for LGBT musicians called the Rainbow Scholarship. Its founder, Lawrence Dillon, recently shared…

Rainbow Honor Walk

No one ever brought more of the true Olympian spirit to San Francisco than Tom Waddell. As the Olympic Charter holds, he built “a peaceful and better world by educating…

News from the GLBT Historical Society & The GLBT History Museum

News from the GLBT Historical Society & The GLBT History Museum

Three Questions for Lee Callahan: ‘Becoming a Volunteer Was Long at the Top of My List’ Lee Callahan has been a volunteer at The GLBT History Museum for nearly three…

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