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    49er Fever!

    49er Fever!

    Our hometown football heroes are in the quest – they call it the “Quest for Six” – for another Super Bowl win. The hope is to add yet another to…

    Bromance Develops in the Heat of Una Noche

    Bromance Develops in the Heat of Una Noche

    The poignant Cuban drama Una Noche, now out on DVD, is narrated by Aris Mejias, who voices the thoughts of Lila (Anailían de la Rúa de la Torre). Lila is…

    Giving Guide Assists With Year-End Donations to LGBT Orgs

    Deb Stallings, Director of Development at Horizons Foundation, tells us that Horizons has created a great tool to help donors make tax deductible year-end gifts to the LGBT community, though…

    Sister Dana Sez: Words of Wisdumb From a Fun Nun

    Sister Dana Sez: Words of Wisdumb From a Fun Nun

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “Author and activist Michael Pollan says, ‘If we are ever to produce food sustainably and justly, and sell it at an honest…

    Best and Worst Queer Films of 2013

    Best and Worst Queer Films of 2013

    By Gary Kramer With actors and filmmakers taking challenging roles, 2013 was another Queer Year for Film. Here’s a rundown of the year’s queer films and trends, including the good,…

    Anthony LaGuardia of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

    Anthony LaGuardia of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

    Wisconsin native Anthony LaGuardia is definitely more handsome beauty than beast. As a cast member of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” on stage, he helps to bring life to this…

    Round About – Holiday Season All Over Town!

    Round About – Holiday Season All Over Town!

    World Tree of Hope 2013

    World Tree of Hope 2013

    The World Tree of Hope is the largest origami decorated holiday tree in the world, standing 25 feet tall and decorated with over 12,000 origami cranes and stars. Each is…

    Everything Is Born From Hope

    By Jeff Cotter What does the holiday season mean to you? For me, it is about spending time with friends, reflecting on the past year’s achievements and shortcomings, but most of all…

    Josh Klipp and Emily Day of the Klipptones

    Josh Klipp and Emily Day of the Klipptones

    The Klipptones are San Francisco’s hottest new crossover band, playing Sinatra-era standards mashed up with pop classics. They are currently the historic Palace Hotel’s resident band, playing every Friday night.…