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    Memories of Dennis Peron (1945–2018), LGBT Activist and the ‘Father of Medical Marijuana’

    Memories of Dennis Peron (1945–2018), LGBT Activist and the ‘Father of Medical Marijuana’

    By Rink– Well known as a determined medical and recreational marijuana activist for decades, Dennis Peron was also a gay activist, a civil rights activist, and a patron of the…

    African American History Month: Celebrating ‘Hidden Figures’ of Resistance and Truth

    African American History Month: Celebrating ‘Hidden Figures’ of Resistance and Truth

    By Andrea Shorter– My four most favorite months of the year are February, March, June, and October. February because it is African American History Month, which I will come back…

    Here Comes the Pride: Celebrity Cruises Holds Historic Wedding at Sea

    Here Comes the Pride: Celebrity Cruises Holds Historic Wedding at Sea

    In a historic ceremony hosted on board Celebrity Equinox, Francisco Vargas and Benjamin Gray became the first same-sex couple ever to be legally married at sea on a major cruise…

    San Francisco Board of Supervisors Appoints Mark Farrell Interim Mayor

    San Francisco Board of Supervisors Appoints Mark Farrell Interim Mayor

    On Tuesday night, January 23, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted in favor of appointing Mark Farrell interim mayor. He is the third mayor of San Francisco in six…

    The 2 Minute Tune-Up

    The 2 Minute Tune-Up

    By Jamie Leno Zimron– Most of us seem busy most of the time between work, home, our devices, and the fast-paced high-stimulus society we all find ourselves living in. Meanwhile,…

    Highlights of the 2018 Winter Fancy Food Show

    Highlights of the 2018 Winter Fancy Food Show

    By Elaine Viegas– The Specialty Food Association just wrapped up the 2018 Winter Fancy Food Show, which ran from January 21–23 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. At least…

    Don’t Hesitate to ‘Course Correct’ Your Exercise Program

    Don’t Hesitate to ‘Course Correct’ Your Exercise Program

    By Cinder Ernst– Did you happen to start or re-start an exercise program as the calendar turned? If yes, you might be rolling along easily and enjoying the exercise you…

    The Showdown Before the Showdown in Race for SF Mayor

    The Showdown Before the Showdown in Race for SF Mayor

    By Andrea Shorter– We’ve now bid adieu and good riddance to 2017. The shock and aftershocks of President “My Nuclear Button is Bigger than Yours” Trump’s first year in the…

    Wedding and Event Planners Can Save You Money and Stress in the Long Run

    Wedding and Event Planners Can Save You Money and Stress in the Long Run

    By Cristina Galvan– Did you just get engaged? Do you want to have a big 40th birthday party or any social event to celebrate a special time in your life? Do…

    To Go or Not to Go?

    To Go or Not to Go?

    By Jill Soloway– I remember the first Facebook post that popped up, a friend saying, “We’re going to march.” And soon everyone was saying, “We’re going to march.” But then,…