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Ann Rostow: But Who Knows Where or When?

Ann Rostow: But Who Knows Where or When?

By Ann Rostow But Who Knows Where or When? Not too long ago (but just long enough for me to forget the details) I read an excellent essay urging GLBT…

In the News

By Dennis McMillan   SF AIDS Foundation to Open New Health & Wellness Center The San Francisco Bay Times was privileged to attend a sneak peek inside the San Francisco…

Openhouse Offers a New Model of Aging in Community

Openhouse Offers a New Model of Aging in Community

With construction set to begin at 55 Laguna—a new LGBT-welcoming senior housing development in San Francisco—it is time to celebrate Openhouse, the small yet mighty organization that is making this…

Living at 55 Laguna

Living at 55 Laguna

By Michelle Alcedo So, here’s the deal. Securing an affordable housing unit in San Francisco is highly competitive, because the selection process is done by lottery. Far more people will…

Unassuming Exteriors that Belie Interior Comforts

Unassuming Exteriors that Belie Interior Comforts

As we single LGBTs hit the bars and the apps to find our special someone, we put our best feet forward to make a good first impression. With some, the…

City College Update, State Senate Polling and the Year of the Woman

City College Update, State Senate Polling and the Year of the Woman

Some Good News from City College Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi and Mayor Ed Lee dropped by City College’s Downtown Center at 4th and Mission on April 7th to tour the facilities…

The Time for Equality Is Now

The Time for Equality Is Now

Nineteen years ago, the United States Supreme Court in Romer v. Evans struck down Colorado’s notorious Amendment 2, a state constitutional provision that revoked all local ordinances prohibiting discrimination based…

Coming Home: Conveying a Legacy to Openhouse

Coming Home: Conveying a Legacy to Openhouse

Openhouse is excited to celebrate a recent pledge of $50,000 from the Coming Home Fund at the Horizons Foundation. Coming Home was a San Francisco institution that established a hospice…

Words from Openhouse Supporters

Words from Openhouse Supporters

Margie Adam As we get older, many LGBT people experience a sense of growing invisibility. We’re not as likely to show up at the marches, conferences, and concerts. We’re less…

Ann Rostow: Mike Mike Mike Mike

Ann Rostow: Mike Mike Mike Mike

By Ann Rostow Mike Mike Mike Mike The reaction to Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act has been heartwarming to all of us true believ­ers in the vibrant and colorful world…

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