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    Donna’s Chronicles: Believe it or not, we have survived another San Francisco Pride Week!

    Donna’s Chronicles: Believe it or not, we have survived another San Francisco Pride Week!

    By Donna Sachet– Believe it or not, we have survived another San Francisco Pride Week! The Pink Triangle atop Twin Peaks has come down, the rainbow flags along Market have…

    Al Fresco Dining and a Show? That and More at San Francisco’s 20-Year-Old Foreign Cinema

    Al Fresco Dining and a Show? That and More at San Francisco’s 20-Year-Old Foreign Cinema

    By David Landis– What is it about a dinner and a show that makes a night on the town special? The combination of good food and an enlivening artistic endeavor…

    How Do You Take Your Mueller Report?

    How Do You Take Your Mueller Report?

    By Andrea Shorter– What’s on your summertime reading list? If you’ve actually read the entirety of the long-awaited Mueller report, bravo to you. According to a CNN poll, you’re among…

    LGBT Latinx Athlete Brings Global Outlook to Sports, Environmentalism … and Stripping!

    LGBT Latinx Athlete Brings Global Outlook to Sports, Environmentalism … and Stripping!

    By John Chen– San Francisco Gay Flag Football League’s Rubén Mojica Hernandez recently took the stage and took his clothes off for a good cause. Mojica Hernandez told me for…

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– Happy Pride to you!  Whether LGBTQ or anything in between, we have room for you in this wonderful, loving community and we anxiously await your participation in…

    Sister Dana’s Guide to Pride

    Sister Dana’s Guide to Pride

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– The San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade and Celebration is one of the largest gatherings of LGBT people and allies in the nation. The Parade kicks…

    Reflecting on Nearly Four Decades of Pride Immersion

    Reflecting on Nearly Four Decades of Pride Immersion

    By Marsha H. Levine– Sometime amid my late teens, I became aware and moved from being an oblivious child to a burgeoning adult. Atom bombs were very much a stark…

    Realtor Lorraine Bannister Left the UK for California and Found Pride, a Partner and Home

    At a New Year’s Eve party several years ago, a few members of our San Francisco Bay Times team wound up in a long restroom line next to Lorraine Bannister.…

    EZ Knee Hacks for Stairs

    EZ Knee Hacks for Stairs

    By Cinder Ernst– Stairs suck when you have knee pain. Today, I’m going to give you ways to make going upstairs instantly easier. For thirty years, I have been helping…

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– The Book of Pride: LGBT Heroes Who Changed the World, painstakingly compiled by Mason Funk, was unveiled at Opera Plaza’s Books, Inc. last week and it is…

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