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    Sports Are Back!

    Sports Are Back!

    By John Chen– The vast majority of the California counties are now in the purple tier and under curfew. To compound the bleak situation, winter is coming, greatly hampering outdoor…

    Fight or Flight: Can We Breathe Yet?

    Fight or Flight: Can We Breathe Yet?

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– This article is not about the election. We’ve all had enough of that for a while. This is more a reflection about where we are as…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “PRC’s annual Mighty Real Gala went virtual this year…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “PRC’s annual Mighty Real Gala went virtual this year…”

    By Donna Sachet– PRC’s annual Mighty Real Gala went virtual this year, pivoting with the times, as so many other organizations have, but delivering an exciting evening unlike any other!…

    The Academy in the Castro: Your Home Away from Home

    The Academy in the Castro: Your Home Away from Home

    By David Landis– During its many incarnations, the location that houses The Academy in the Castro has been: a clock shop, a leather bar, a sex club, and a restaurant,…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “One of the unique frustrations about writing a column…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “One of the unique frustrations about writing a column…”

    By Donna Sachet– One of the unique frustrations about writing a column with a firm deadline is the fact that events may occur between deadline and publication that cannot be…

    Hank Plante: A Veteran Reporter’s Eye on Election 2020

    Hank Plante: A Veteran Reporter’s Eye on Election 2020

    By Liam P. Mayclem– “I came out of the sixties generation that wanted to change the world,” says multiple Emmy Award winner Hank Plante, who kicked off his storied career…

    Post-Trumpmatic Stress Syndrome Survivors Guide

    Post-Trumpmatic Stress Syndrome Survivors Guide

    By Andrea Shorter– Every vote counts. In this 2020 presidential election, more than ever, every vote represents a fighting chance either to stay or change the course of America’s destiny.…

    Three Men and a Ragdoll

    Three Men and a Ragdoll

    By John Chen– Just like that it’s Fall 2020 and we haven’t made a meaningful dent in the fight against COVID-19. But I can’t complain. During this time, I have…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “The challenges of this pandemic have stymied some…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “The challenges of this pandemic have stymied some…”

    By Donna Sachet– The challenges of this pandemic have stymied some, but they have also demonstrated amazing resilience in others. Those of us who frequently indulged in the enjoyment of…

    Santa Barbara: America’s Riviera

    Santa Barbara: America’s Riviera

    By David Landis– The Gay Gourmet– They don’t call it America’s Riviera for nothing. Santa Barbara has the coastal vibe of California, the Mediterranean influence and architecture of Spain, and…