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    Profiles of Passion and Courage: Roger Doughty

    By Stu Smith Roger Doughty is a gentleman of humility and conviction who serves our LGBT community as executive director of Horizons Foundation. His ability to organize, to bring people…

    Great Expectations

    By Mark Penn I had lunch today with eight other agents from around the Bay Area. We were all singing the same songs: “If only I had more properties to…

    Museum of Craft and Design

    By Jim Tibbs Sensory overload is a common occurrence in our media-saturated world. It is a rare treat to have a “breakthrough” experience that surprises, delights and challenges the senses.…

    Million Dog March

    By Joel P. Engardio While San Francisco is known for having more dogs than children, the world record for largest dog walk (22,742 canines) belongs to a small town in…

    Profiles in Courage and Compassion: Sister Roma

    Column Don’t Call It Frisco By Stu Smith When asked who embodies the true spirit of San Francisco, I point to Donna Sachet (profiled in the last issue of the…

    In Defense of a Tired Old Custom

    By Tom Moon, MFT One of the reasons why so many people don’t get what they want out of life is because they’re not specific and clear with themselves about…