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    Speaking to Your Soul

    Speaking to Your Soul

    By Elisa Quinzi Spring fever is the body and its senses, coming alive. It also reveals our innate connection with the earth, and with cycles and seasons. Right now we…

    Mourning the Loss of a Local Unsung LGBT Volleyball Leader

    Mourning the Loss of a Local Unsung LGBT Volleyball Leader

    By John Chen Great leaders guide us, support us, and provide us with direction, structure and confidence to achieve and to succeed. Some leaders are brash, outspoken and bask in…

    Top Five Questions to Ask While Photo Booth Shopping

    Top Five Questions to Ask While Photo Booth Shopping

    By Gene Kosoy Today’s weddings often include some type of photo booth service, and there are many photo booth vendors to choose from. Thus, selecting the perfect photo booth for…

    Choosing Your Personal Trainer

    Choosing Your Personal Trainer

    By Cinder Ernst This is the second article in our 3-part series about personal fitness training. In the first installment, we shared tips on how to determine if traditional personal…

    Is There Sex After Tina?

    Is There Sex After Tina?

    By Tom Moon, MFT Q: I stopped using crystal meth more than two years ago, and my sex life has never been the same since then. Crystal made sex awesome!…

    Spring Forward!

    Spring Forward!

    By Karen Williams, M.E.d Yes, spring is in the air! I was so fortunate to jumpstart the new season at the inaugural Black Women Rise Conference in West Palm Beach.…

    Why I Love Our SF LGBT Community Center!

    Why I Love Our SF LGBT Community Center!

    By Rafael Mandelman We are all in this together. I believe that deeply, and that belief motivates my politics and my civic engagement. I think it’s what makes me a…

    Speaking to Your Soul

    Speaking to Your Soul

    By Elisa Quinzi Spring is ushered in by alternating waves of tension and harmony, reflecting the energies of fear and love. These are the pains of a new freedom being…

    Personal Training – Is It for You?

    Personal Training – Is It for You?

    By Cinder Ernst I’ve enjoyed being a personal fitness trainer for almost 30 years, whoa! When I pioneered the one-on-one training program at the SF Central YMCA, there was not…

    Stop the Spread of D.C.’s Hate and Intolerance

    Stop the Spread of D.C.’s Hate and Intolerance

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting The hateful rhetoric being spewed from D.C. today has a tragic side effect—it gives permission to those with hate in their hearts to act on their…