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    Donna’s Chronicles: “If you are reading this, that means you too survived another holiday season, packed with obligations, but hopefully full of time spent with loved ones.”

    Donna’s Chronicles: “If you are reading this, that means you too survived another holiday season, packed with obligations, but hopefully full of time spent with loved ones.”

    By Donna Sachet– If you are reading this, that means you too survived another holiday season, packed with obligations, but hopefully full of time spent with loved ones. We wrapped…

    Dorothy Thompson: Forty Years of Truth

    Dorothy Thompson: Forty Years of Truth

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– Whether she was canvasing votes for women, fighting fascism, championing refugees, or promoting world peace, Dorothy Thompson (1893–1961) always had a cause. Firm in her convictions,…

    Ring in a Roaring 2020: Beyond ‘I Do’

    Ring in a Roaring 2020: Beyond ‘I Do’

    By Andrea Shorter– Here we are: 2020 A.D. Finally. As a kid from the 1970s, I honestly believed that we would be commuting and zooming through the air in jetpacks…

    Marvelous Marco Mania!

    Marvelous Marco Mania!

    By John Chen– I remember watching Hulk Hogan and pro wrestling on TV as a kid, mimicking their spectacular moves on my bed. Thank goodness I wasn’t dumb enough to…

    It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year (and the worst)

    It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year (and the worst)

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Oh, the holidays. They are like riding a roller coaster. It starts at the bottom when excited riders get all buckled in over Labor Day. Then,…

    Donna’s Chronicles: “One quick glance at this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times and you’ll know that all those events listed in our last column were well attended and successful, but we expanded with a few more along the way!

    Donna’s Chronicles: “One quick glance at this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times and you’ll know that all those events listed in our last column were well attended and successful, but we expanded with a few more along the way!

    By Donna Sachet– One quick glance at this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times and you’ll know that all those events listed in our last column were well attended…

    Via Veneto: Naples in the Neighborhood

    Via Veneto: Naples in the Neighborhood

    By David Landis– As many residents and business owners will readily agree, the biggest challenge in both running a restaurant in San Francisco—and eating out—is the cost. The escalating rents,…

    Feline Enthusiast’s Quest for His Pet to Be Declared ‘Best Cat’

    Feline Enthusiast’s Quest for His Pet to Be Declared ‘Best Cat’

    By John Chen– Bobby San Miguel’s two Bengal cats have won many ribbons over the past two years in Northern California cat shows. “Our girl Elektra is a Grand Champion…

    Donna’s Chronicles: “A tragic Saturday night fire on Castro Street caused extensive damage to a couple of buildings, curtailing business at Osaka Sushi and Q Bar, injuring two people, and displacing eight residents.”

    Donna’s Chronicles: “A tragic Saturday night fire on Castro Street caused extensive damage to a couple of buildings, curtailing business at Osaka Sushi and Q Bar, injuring two people, and displacing eight residents.”

    By Donna Sachet– A tragic Saturday night fire on Castro Street caused extensive damage to a couple of buildings, curtailing business at Osaka Sushi and Q Bar, injuring two people,…

    Strawberries and Cream with the ‘Bad Boys’

    Strawberries and Cream with the ‘Bad Boys’

    By John Lewis– This holiday season, I find myself reminded of two old family stories. The first comes from my dad’s side of the family and is a story about…

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