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    Sports-related Injury? Use a Vibrator!

    Sports-related Injury? Use a Vibrator!

    By John Chen– An athlete’s biggest adversary often times is not the opponent; it is the dreaded injury! This unrelenting hurdle pops up at the most inopportune time: when you…

    Remembering Mayor Lee as Laws of Succession Take Effect

    Remembering Mayor Lee as Laws of Succession Take Effect

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– For San Franciscans, Tuesday, December 12, 2017, will be an “I remember what I was doing” memory with respect to the tragic and untimely passing of…

    A Quiet Storm

    A Quiet Storm

    By Brett Andrews– Have you ever been in a room full of people—possibly a business meeting, workshop or social gathering—and looked around, wondering about everyone’s life story? What do they…

    In Memory of One of the Good Guys in the Resistance

    In Memory of One of the Good Guys in the Resistance

    By Andrea Shorter– The recent and unexpected death of San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee remains a shock for our City, the Bay Area, and the nation. For those of us…

    Foot Pain Fixes

    Foot Pain Fixes

    By Cinder Ernst– Have you ever had Plantar Fasciitis (PF)? Boy, does it hurt! Especially when you put your feet on the floor first thing in the morning—ouch! PF is…

    5 Tips on How to Hire a Wedding Photographer

    By B & Pedro– It’s all about the right fit. Finding the right fit is ultimately the most important aspect of working with a wedding photographer to create beautiful and…

    Self-Help Books Worth Knowing

    Self-Help Books Worth Knowing

    By Tom Moon, MFT– Do self-help books really help? Can we make significant improvements in our psychological well-being by reading books? In this country, the self-help field is now an…

    25 Years of Kung Pao Kosher Comedy™: San Francisco’s Longest-Running Comedy Show

    25 Years of Kung Pao Kosher Comedy™: San Francisco’s Longest-Running Comedy Show

    San Francisco’s annual Jewish Christmas tradition, Kung Pao Kosher Comedy™, celebrates it 25th Anniversary this December 23–25. The legendary Jewish-comedy-on-Christmas-in-a-Chinese-restaurant extravaganza has been featuring famous Jewish comedians—including the late Henny…

    Smuin’s The Christmas Ballet Includes Hanukkah Candle Blessing, World’s Longest Boa and Tap-Dancing Trees

    Smuin’s The Christmas Ballet Includes Hanukkah Candle Blessing, World’s Longest Boa and Tap-Dancing Trees

    Smuin makes the holidays sizzle with its annual yuletide celebration of dance, The Christmas Ballet. With a stunning and original array of ballet, tap, and jazz, this joyous showcase of styles offers…

    Love Is in the Air, So Why Not Cut Your Hair?

    Love Is in the Air, So Why Not Cut Your Hair?

    By Timothy Avalos– As a barber in the heart of San Francisco, I have a book of married gay men who have said that they want to get re-married and…