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Resolving Conflicts in Relationships

Resolving Conflicts in Relationships

(Editor’s Note: This article is the third of a three-part series entitled “Strengthening Relationships.”) In this final installment of three columns examining Dr. John Gottman’s research on successful relationships, the…

We Have Our Work!

We Have Our Work!

When I was younger and just a little bit more carefree, I tested the “lady” waters pretty easily and frequently. I was the classic city version of “looking for love…

Rethink and Rewrite Your Mental Script

Rethink and Rewrite Your Mental Script

ARIES (March 21–April 19) Spend plenty of time alone this month so that you can reevaluate your relationship and family goals. Perhaps more than most, you enjoy a good challenge,…

Dawn Harms Directs Bay Area Rainbow Symphony with Skill, Passion

Dawn Harms Directs Bay Area Rainbow Symphony with Skill, Passion

Dawn Harms, Music Director and Conductor of the Bay Area Rainbow Symphony, continues to astound us with her incredible career. She is a chamber musician, violin soloist, and is on…

Working Toward a Giant Victory in June

Working Toward a Giant Victory in June

As anticipation builds for the U.S. Supreme Court’s marriage equality decision this June, we felt lucky to be able to attend Marriage Equality USA’s annual awards celebration shortly after returning…

Two Grooms on the Threshold of Their Wedding

Two Grooms on the Threshold of Their Wedding

My friends Carl Hungerford and Andy Dvorak are just about to get married—next month! They live in San Francisco and have been together for 5 years. I asked them to…

Cocktail Party 101

Cocktail Party 101

Cocktails. The name alone involves two of my favorite things. That aside, throwing a cocktail party may be my third favorite type of get together to throw. Cocktail parties are…

Landmark Collaboration- Museum of the African Diaspora and SFMOMA

Landmark Collaboration- Museum of the African Diaspora and SFMOMA

Jointly organized by the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Portraits and Other Likenesses from SFMOMA brings toge-ther approximately 50 carefully selected…

The Missing Generation: Voices from the Early AIDS Epidemic Expressed in Dance

The Missing Generation: Voices from the Early AIDS Epidemic Expressed in Dance

Marking the 35th Anniversary of the advent of AIDS, Sean Dorsey Dance’s new show The Missing Generation explores the impact of the loss of part of an entire generation of…

Quirk Mode

Quirk Mode

Michele Karlsberg: What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? Rob Byrnes: Unlike pretty much every writer who ever lived, I love love love to edit my work. Putting…

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