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    Ann Rostow: That’s So Lesbian!

    Ann Rostow: That’s So Lesbian!

    By Ann Rostow– That’s So Lesbian! It’s been some time since we discussed actual news in these pages. The holidays have come and gone and a new year has commenced.…

    Figuring Social Security Into Your Retirement

    Figuring Social Security Into Your Retirement

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– There are so few guarantees in life—and they’re mostly bad. Death. Taxes (at least for some of us). Your refrigerator melting down one month after the…

    Philanthropy 2.0 in 2022

    Philanthropy 2.0 in 2022

    By Derek Barnes– “Living consciously involves being genuine; it involves listening and responding to others honestly and openly; it involves being in the moment.” —Sidney Poitier Almost two years ago,…

    In Case You Missed It

    By Joanie Juster– New Year, New Name, New Stories The New Year is a good time for a fresh look. When I started writing this column in October, it was…

    Reduce Suffering and Improve Lives

    Reduce Suffering and Improve Lives

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– Big, bold long-term policies and solutions are essential to ultimately resolving the challenges of our mental health system and the lack of affordable, accessible, and culturally appropriate…

    LGBTIQ Afghan Refugee: ‘I Feel Like a Human Being for the First Time’

    By John Lewis– Years ago, I worked as an English teacher for refugee children from the wars in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos at a camp in the Philippines that housed…

    The Gay Gourmet’s Top 22 for 2022 List

    The Gay Gourmet’s Top 22 for 2022 List

    By David Landis– 2021 was a zinger, especially for the restaurant community, so let’s hope 2022 is better. To start the year off right, The Gay Gourmet celebrates my own…

    Things to Be Grateful for Heading into 2022

    Things to Be Grateful for Heading into 2022

    By Liam P. Mayclem– 1 – Relationship To quote Ru Paul, “If you don’t love yourself how in the hell are you gonna love another?” That quote resonated more to me…

    Lit Snax: Fabulosa Books 1.13.22

    (Editor’s Note: When Alvin Orloff opened Fabulosa Books in the Castro, maintaining 489 Castro Street’s long history of housing a bookstore, we were overjoyed and grateful. It is such a…

    Top of Your Stack: Recommendations from Book Passage 1.13.22

    Hell of a Book (fiction) by Jason Mott In this brilliant, National Book Award (2021) winning novel, a Black author embarks on a U.S. tour to promote his bestselling book.…

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