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    San Francisco Realtor Steve Gallagher Strengthens Community in the Castro

    San Francisco Realtor Steve Gallagher Strengthens Community in the Castro

    May marks the 1908 founding of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), which got its start under another name at a surprising location: a YMCA auditorium. The founders were the…

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– Our weekend visit to Santa Barbara couldn’t have been more pleasant, anchored by Pacific Pride Foundation’s Royal Ball on Saturday night at the sprawling and luxurious Rosewood…

    Life Lessons in the Alps

    Life Lessons in the Alps

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Last week I went to Switzerland. The trip brought up a plethora of life lessons that may sound trite, but all are applicable to what I…

    A Quest to Find the Best Mai Tai in San Francisco

    A Quest to Find the Best Mai Tai in San Francisco

    By David Landis– There is something about a Mai Tai that instantly transports you to a tropical island. Perhaps that is why it is one of my favorite drinks. The…

    Bay Area LGBT Sports Trailblazers Sheryl Phipps and Barb Pershing of Inferno Softball

    Bay Area LGBT Sports Trailblazers Sheryl Phipps and Barb Pershing of Inferno Softball

    By John Chen– Once upon a time, LGBT athletes had no safe place where we could play ball, no safe place to call home field, and no safe place to…

    When You’re Triggered

    When You’re Triggered

    By Tom Moon, MFT– Your partner says something to you in a condescending and dismissive tone. A close friend cancels the plans you’ve made together at the last minute. A…

    Real Estate 5.02.19

    Real Estate 5.02.19

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– Sacramento’s Imperial Coronation on Saturday, April 20, reminded us that many courts across the country are filling an important role in their communities as well as belonging…

    Closing Juvenile Hall Is an LGBTQ Issue

    Closing Juvenile Hall Is an LGBTQ Issue

    By Peter Gallotta– Earlier this month, at a rally on the steps of San Francisco City Hall, Supervisor Shamann Walton spoke a lot of truth. “Incarceration is harmful and completely…

    Up Close and Personal with San Francisco’s First LGBTQ Fire Chief

    Up Close and Personal with San Francisco’s First LGBTQ Fire Chief

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– Mayor London Breed last month made a bold and historic move by appointing Jeanine Nicholson, an out and proud lesbian, to the position of Chief of…

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