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    Ann Rostow: Nightmare on Washington Street

    Ann Rostow: Nightmare on Washington Street

    By Ann Rostow– Nightmare on Washington Street This morning I tossed and turned, thinking about how I would soon have to get up and write about the Arizona Supreme Court’s…

    San Francisco Bay Area LGBTQ Community Needs Assessment

    By Francisco O. Buchting– Because the San Francisco Bay Area has a worldwide reputation as a welcoming place, it might be assumed that LGBTQ people here are, put simply, doing…

    Together, We Raised $1.1+ Million for 475+ LGBTQ Nonprofits on Give OUT Day

    Together, We Raised $1.1+ Million for 475+ LGBTQ Nonprofits on Give OUT Day

    By Nikole Pagan– April 18 was Give OUT Day, the only national day of giving for the LGBTQ community. And together, we made history, raising $1.1+ million for 475+ nonprofits—the…

    From Marvin to Melissa: Mercy Mercy Me – Wake Up!

    From Marvin to Melissa: Mercy Mercy Me – Wake Up!

    By Andrea Shorter– Ah, oh mercy, mercy me Ah things ain’t what they used to be, no no Radiation under ground and in the sky Animals and birds who live…

    Election Day 2019: Thoughts and Recommendations

    Election Day 2019: Thoughts and Recommendations

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– November 5 is another Election Day in San Francisco. While it’s not the momentous “most important election ever in the history of the United States” that…

    This November, We Could End Mass Incarceration in San Francisco

    This November, We Could End Mass Incarceration in San Francisco

    By Peter Gallotta– When Chesa Boudin was just 14 months old, his parents dropped him off with a babysitter and never came back. That day, they drove a getaway car…

    The Numbers Concerning Racial Inequity and Health Disparities Don’t Lie

    The Numbers Concerning Racial Inequity and Health Disparities Don’t Lie

    By Brett Andrews– In October of 2017, I wrote an article for the San Francisco Bay Times that focused on the city’s Point-in-Time Count, which is a report primarily informed…

    San Francisco Bay Times Photographer to Open New Studio in Vintage Store

    San Francisco Bay Times Photographer to Open New Studio in Vintage Store

    If you have been reading the San Francisco Bay Times these past several years then you have likely seen the beautiful and striking images taken by Chloe Summer Jackman-Buitrago. Chloe,…

    Why ‘Dating’ Your Financial Planner Is a Good Idea

    Why ‘Dating’ Your Financial Planner Is a Good Idea

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– You know that moment during a first date—often when you’re deep into your entrée or second drink—where you have this very vivid feeling. You think, hmm,…

    It’s a Good Time to Go Electric

    It’s a Good Time to Go Electric

    By Philip Ruth– How do you like being green? We define “being green” as taking deliberate steps to favor the environment in our decision-making. Most folks I know in the…

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