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Now This is News!

Now This is News!

I have not written this column for a while. Life suddenly got really busy and a little crazy and I had a hard time finding my inspiration…Not quite “writer’s block.”…

April Is National Poetry Month

April Is National Poetry Month

Inaugurated by the Academy of American Poets in 1996, National Poetry Month, held every April, is the largest literary celebration in the world. Schools, publishers, libraries, booksellers and poets are…

What is in a Name? A Reflection by Empress Khmera Rouge on the 40th Anniversary of the Cambodian Genocide

What is in a Name?  A Reflection by Empress Khmera Rouge on the 40th Anniversary of the Cambodian Genocide

Who are you? What do you call yourself? Who do you think you are? Our names and identities are such a major part of who we are that many of…

Couple Facing Second Marriage Challenges with Grace and Integrity

Couple Facing Second Marriage Challenges with Grace and Integrity

I recently met with 2 women who have asked me to marry them this fall. Presently, they live apart—Catherine lives in the Sacramento area, and Kit lives in Texas. They…

Gay Vanity Wedding Show This Sunday Promises to Be a Magical, Inspirational Event

Gay Vanity Wedding Show This Sunday Promises  to Be a Magical, Inspirational Event

By Fred Sullivan and Jaime Botello (Editor’s Note: Members of the San Francisco Bay Times team, including weddings columnist and officiant Reverend Elizabeth River and publisher Dr. Betty Sullivan, will…

One Day at a Time

Michele Karlsberg: Do you write every day? Fiona Zedde: As much as I love writing, I usually don’t write every day. Especially when my deadline isn’t that close. I like…

Reimagine Your Office

Reimagine Your Office

I recently moved my home office to a new off-site location. Up until this point, I had thought of myself as being an “organized” person—papers filed and supplies neatly tucked…

Springing into Tennis

Springing into Tennis

The Gay and Lesbian Tennis Federation, one of the largest LGBT sports organizations in San Francisco, has a full events calendar for the spring that promises to be a blast…

Chef Rossella Pascuzzi Brings Her Passion for Food to Poesia

Chef Rossella Pascuzzi Brings Her Passion for Food to Poesia

While dabbing impeccably fresh and savory tomato sauce from my chin in a food swoon, I looked up to see Poesia waitress, Sara. She asked, “It was delizioso, right?” Oh-yes, I replied. Sara said, “Rossella…

Tune Out Fictional Weddings and Tune in to Your Own Marriage Desires

Tune Out Fictional Weddings and Tune in to Your Own Marriage Desires

While going from dinner at the food court in San Francisco Centre to ODC’s dance performance in Yerba Buena Center, my boyfriend and I walked through Bloomingdales. Their lower level sales floor contains china, crystal and…

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