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    Donna’s Chronicles: As much as we hate to begin a column with an apology, we regret missing this past weekend’s activities, by and large, due to a minor, but painful foot accident.

    Donna’s Chronicles: As much as we hate to begin a column with an apology, we regret missing this past weekend’s activities, by and large, due to a minor, but painful foot accident.

    By Donna Sachet– As much as we hate to begin a column with an apology, we regret missing this past weekend’s activities, by and large, due to a minor, but…

    New Mantra: It’s Still Not OK

    New Mantra: It’s Still Not OK

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– It’s not OK. If you have been following my column over the past few years, you have been looking forward to a light, breezy, even funny…

    Say Cheese! Laura Werlin’s Guide to San Francisco’s Best Fromage

    Say Cheese! Laura Werlin’s Guide to San Francisco’s Best Fromage

    By David Landis– One of the first things that you will notice when you meet cheese connoisseur Laura Werlin in person is her ingratiating smile. Perhaps it’s because she says…

    Hidden Gems for Summer Nature Getaways

    Hidden Gems for Summer Nature Getaways

    By John Chen– Summer is in full swim, I mean swing, and the temperature is only going to get hotter. Many of you, like me, are on the lookout for…

    For Vanguard’s Dave Earl, ‘Volunteer Day’ Is Every Day

    Dave Earl, Marketing Manager at Vanguard Properties in San Francisco, juggles his full-time job with volunteering for the Shanti Project and serving as a member of the Board of Directors…

    The Politics of Distraction

    The Politics of Distraction

    By Peter Gallotta– If the level of political discourse could not get any lower in this country, Donald Trump tweeted some of the most offensive remarks of his presidency this…

    Donna Sachet: First and foremost, the results are in and after months of planning…

    Donna Sachet: First and foremost, the results are in and after months of planning…

    By Donna Sachet– First and foremost, the results are in and after months of planning, a major change of venue, increased expenses and all of the other details that go…

    In Pursuit of Self-Care

    In Pursuit of Self-Care

    By Brett Andrews– As I was preparing to write this article, two things quickly became clear to me: I knew what I wanted to write, but did not necessarily know…

    Rainbow Portico Leads to Magical New Pocket Neighborhood: Keller Court Commons

    Rainbow Portico Leads to Magical New Pocket Neighborhood: Keller Court Commons

    Arriving at the entrance of Keller Court Commons’ rainbow portico, you instantly feel as though you have been transported to a secret garden. Vivid colors from the portico provide a…

    Pause for Joint Pain Relief

    Pause for Joint Pain Relief

    By Cinder Ernst– I specialize in helping plus size women relieve knee, back and hip pain. As my clientele ages, I’m getting better at finding small ways to make a…