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Ann Rostow: And the Land We Belong to is Grand!

Ann Rostow: And the Land We Belong to is Grand!

By Ann Rostow And the Land We Belong to is Grand! One of the many antigay proposals now floating through the Republican majorities in many of America’s state legislatures has…

Right Where I’m Supposed to Be

Right Where I’m Supposed to Be

By Tisha Floratos I’m a strong believer that everything happens for a reason. I believe that we are all led on a path to discover later that we are right…

25 Years with Olivia

25 Years with Olivia

By Jill Cruse Making $700 a summer at Girl Scout Camp in 1978, I remember sitting at the Camp Staff house, loving my job and listening to Cris Williamson’s “Waterfall”…

Still Serving After All These Years

Still Serving After All These Years

By Judy Dlugacz It sure has been an amazing ride, hasn’t it? When I think about what Olivia means to me, I find myself thinking about the ways Olivia has…

Changing the World One Smile at a Time

Changing the World One Smile at a Time

By Rachel Wahba It’s been a long time and we travelled many seas, and survived many storms. It has not been easy being a lesbian company, but the rewards continue…

In the News

In the News

By Dennis McMillan  Navigation Center for the Homeless to Open Soon The San Francisco Bay Times recently toured the new Navigation Center, 1950 Mission and 16th Streets, which Bevan Dufty’s H.O.P.E.…

San Francisco Goes Boom

San Francisco Goes Boom

By Rafael Mandelman Sign of the times: The front page of a recent issue of the Chronicle had a story about a luxury residential project slated to break ground at…

Finding and Forging Lesbian Community

Finding and Forging  Lesbian Community

I love lesbians. I love community. So one of my favorite topics is lesbian community. I participate in numerous LGBT events and organizations and the experience is often a room…

Seven Essential Things You Need to Know About Social Security

Seven Essential Things You Need to Know About Social Security

As more baby boomers reach retirement age, they’re realizing the valuable role Social Security will play as a source of lifetime income. Claiming Social Security benefits can be far more…

Are You More City or Suburban? Mazda5 vs. the Nissan Murano

Are You More City or Suburban?  Mazda5 vs. the Nissan Murano

We Bay Area LGBTs are lucky in that we have the choice of different lifestyles—city, suburban or country. The two vehicles this week reflect the values of the first two,…

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