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    Bay Area Ace Realtor: Suzanne Frank

    Bay Area Ace Realtor: Suzanne Frank

    After having worked for ten years in the video production business, Suzanne Frank felt that it was time for a change. She read an ad in a newspaper—she thinks that…

    Halloween, Gay High Holy Day

    Halloween, Gay High Holy Day

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Today’s article comes out on October 31. It’s Halloween! Of course, this brought me to thinking about the holiday, how I observed it as a boy,…

    Donna Sachet: “If you’ve never participated in Litquake, make a point to do so next year!”

    Donna Sachet: “If you’ve never participated in Litquake, make a point to do so next year!”

    By Donna Sachet– If you’ve never participated in Litquake, make a point to do so next year! Founded 20 years ago by Jack Boulware and Jane Ganahl, a couple of…

    Dining with Dogs

    Dining with Dogs

    By David Landis– This week’s column is guest written by Gaston and Alphonse, The Gay Gourmet’s adorable pound pups. Gaston: Why is it when Dad goes out to eat, we…

    Dedicated Softball Player Establishes Women’s League in the East Bay

    Dedicated Softball Player Establishes Women’s League in the East Bay

    By John Chen– In a short three-year span, Wendy Gershow’s vision of establishing a fun and supportive women’s softball league in the East Bay has come to fruition in a…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “Didn’t we warn you that October is THE month for annual galas, fundraisers, and soirées, keeping the calendar jam-packed with must-attend events for so many of the worthy organizations that we cherish?”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “Didn’t we warn you that October is THE month for annual galas, fundraisers, and soirées, keeping the calendar jam-packed with must-attend events for so many of the worthy organizations that we cherish?”

    By Donna Sachet– Didn’t we warn you that October is THE month for annual galas, fundraisers, and soirées, keeping the calendar jam-packed with must-attend events for so many of the…

    Supreme Court Faces the Reality of Anti-LGBT Discrimination

    Supreme Court Faces the Reality of Anti-LGBT Discrimination

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court faced the reality of the vast diversity of human experience when it comes to gender, sexual orientation, and…

    Don’t Look Away

    Don’t Look Away

    By Kate Kendell, Esq.– October is barely half gone, but in the past two weeks we witnessed oral argument before the U.S. Supreme Court in a major LGBT case, a…

    City Purchases Site of El Rio, Helping to Secure Popular Bar’s Future

    The Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA), through the City of San Francisco’s Small Sites Program, has recently acquired the property located 3156–3158 Mission Street where the popular LGBT bar El…

    Who Has the Better Steaks: SF or LA?

    Who Has the Better Steaks: SF or LA?

    By David Landis– Growing up in the Midwest, with a grandmother who worked as a single mom at a Chicago’s slaughterhouse, steaks were a staple—if special—part of our diet. Mostly,…