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    Donna’s Chronicles, “The challenges of this pandemic have stymied some…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “The challenges of this pandemic have stymied some…”

    By Donna Sachet– The challenges of this pandemic have stymied some, but they have also demonstrated amazing resilience in others. Those of us who frequently indulged in the enjoyment of…

    Santa Barbara: America’s Riviera

    Santa Barbara: America’s Riviera

    By David Landis– The Gay Gourmet– They don’t call it America’s Riviera for nothing. Santa Barbara has the coastal vibe of California, the Mediterranean influence and architecture of Spain, and…

    Running Down the 2020 Ballot in the Sprint for the White House

    Running Down the 2020 Ballot in the Sprint for the White House

    By Andrea Shorter— America is striking back and voting with a vengeance. No matter which side of the thickening blue line one stands, voters nationwide have been coming out in…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “It’s funny how something as simple as the repeated blare of a fire alarm can elicit an entire range of emotions…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “It’s funny how something as simple as the repeated blare of a fire alarm can elicit an entire range of emotions…”

    By Donna Sachet– It’s funny how something as simple as the repeated blare of a fire alarm can elicit an entire range of emotions, thoughts, and physical reactions. When the…

    National Coming Out Day

    National Coming Out Day

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– “I’m coming out.” Regardless of whether you heard this for the first time straight from Diana Ross’ lips in 1980 or in the Trolls movie in…

    LGBTQ History Month: Voting for Our Histories Past and Future

    LGBTQ History Month: Voting for Our Histories Past and Future

    By Andrea Shorter– This October 2020 marks the 15th Anniversary of LGBTQ History Month. Did you know that LGBTQ History Month was originated by a high school teacher in Missouri?…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “As we look back on six months of this unexpected pandemic…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “As we look back on six months of this unexpected pandemic…”

    By Donna Sachet– As we look back on six months of this unexpected pandemic, what an amazing change it has brought to so many of our lives. We have watched…

    Venturing Out, Socially Distanced

    Venturing Out, Socially Distanced

    By David Landis– The Gay Gourmet– It’s now been more than 6 months since the pandemic and shelter-in-place began. And yes, The Gay Gourmet, known for his nightly culinary adventures…

    Here’s a Working Female Film Critic!

    Here’s a Working Female Film Critic!

    By Jan Wahl– Recently there was a national study that found male film critics outnumber female film critics by more than 75 per cent. This came as no surprise to…

    Road Trip USA

    Road Trip USA

    By John Chen– What’s an active, outdoorsy, sports-oriented extrovert like me to do during a pandemic? I can’t in good conscience socialize with friends. I can’t attend fun events because…

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