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    My Epidemic: An AIDS Memoir of One Man’s Struggle as Doctor, Patient, and Survivor

    My Epidemic: An AIDS Memoir of One Man’s Struggle as Doctor, Patient, and Survivor

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: When Dr. Andrew Faulk first learned that he was HIV-positive, he was devastated. At the time, the diagnosis could have meant imminent death for the outstanding young…

    Will an Ambulance Dump You on the Side of the Road?

    Will an Ambulance Dump You on the Side of the Road?

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– Imagine you’re a transgender person who after years of waiting finally has been able to have life-affirming gender confirmation surgery. But some unlikely and…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “Soirée on the Bay II, benefiting Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation, once again swept several hundred guests into a night of glamorous cruise ship living!”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “Soirée on the Bay II, benefiting Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation, once again swept several hundred guests into a night of glamorous cruise ship living!”

    By Donna Sachet– Soirée on the Bay II, benefiting Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation, once again swept several hundred guests into a night of glamorous cruise ship living! We arrived at the…

    SPQR: Michelin Dining, Neighborhood Style

    SPQR: Michelin Dining, Neighborhood Style

    By David Landis– Innovative. Inventive. Italian. But most of all, delicious. Those are just a few words to describe the elevated dining experience at Fillmore Street’s neighborhood, Michelin-starred gem SPQR.…

    Couples Who Play Sports Together Stay Together: Love Tackles

    Couples Who Play Sports Together Stay Together: Love Tackles

    By John Chen– Once upon a time, a young woman named Isabel Ongpin in San Diego wanted a nice woman for herself. “I wanted a tough woman, but with a…

    Barneys, Gump’s, and Jardinière – A Loss on Many Levels

    Barneys, Gump’s, and Jardinière – A Loss on Many Levels

    By Brett Andrews– Well, it’s official: last month Barney’s announced that it will be closing all of its stores for good in early 2020. This sad news comes fresh off…

    The Costs of Integrity

    By Tom Moon, MFT– (Editor’s Note: Tom Moon is on hiatus. This is one of his more popular past columns.” Q: I’m a 31-year-old guy who has fallen in love…

    Donna’s Chronicles: “Wednesday, October 30, was a day to mark in the history books!”

    Donna’s Chronicles: “Wednesday, October 30, was a day to mark in the history books!”

    By Donna Sachet– Wednesday, October 30, was a day to mark in the history books! We live in a world where professional sports remains one of the last bastions of…

    Tenderloin Tessie Needs Your Help for Upcoming Holiday Meals

    Tenderloin Tessie Needs Your Help for Upcoming Holiday Meals

    By Michael Gagne– For over 40 years, Tenderloin Tessie, with the help of a cadre of caring compassionate volunteers, has proudly served 100,000 free holiday dinners to an ever-growing community…

    80 Years of Fabulous: Honoring Absolute Empress Marlena on a Milestone Birthday

    80 Years of Fabulous: Honoring Absolute Empress Marlena on a Milestone Birthday

    Marlena, Absolute Empress XXV of the Imperial Court of San Francisco, is being deservedly showered with numerous tributes and celebrations this milestone birthday month. Today, November 14, is her 80th…