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    In the News: 1.12.2017

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan Mayor Lee Appoints Jeff Sheehy As First Openly HIV-Positive Supervisor Mayor Edwin M. Lee announced the appointment of Jeff Sheehy as District 8 Supervisor, filling newly-elected…

    Ann Rostow: Where No One Has Gone Before

    Ann Rostow: Where No One Has Gone Before

    By Ann Rostow Where No One Has Gone Before I no longer wake up in surreal shock. In some ways, I suppose I’ve accepted the fact that Donald Trump has…

    Still Dreaming on MLK Weekend

    Still Dreaming on MLK Weekend

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney When John attended his 40th high school reunion in Kansas City last fall, it dawned on him that he and his classmates started kindergarten…

    Get Covered Today

    Get Covered Today

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting Eight years ago, access to affordable health insurance seemed like a pipedream for millions of working families. Insurers refused coverage to those with preexisting conditions, and…

    Lavender Sweep at City College

    Lavender Sweep at City College

    By Rafael Mandelman City College’s governing board has a queer majority. All four of the Trustees sworn in at our January 4 inauguration ceremony—newly elected Trustees Tom Temprano and Shanell…

    On the Precipice of a Trump Administration and Local Political Changes

    On the Precipice of a Trump Administration and Local Political Changes

    By Zoe Dunning Change Is Coming for Democrats Back in October, I was so confident Hillary Clinton would be our next President that I went ahead and booked roundtrip flights…

    8 Tips to Improve Your Financial Communication

    8 Tips to Improve Your Financial Communication

    By Brandon Miller, CFP What makes a couple successful in their financial relationship? Ameriprise Financial surveyed over 1,500 couples (those married or living together for at least six months) to…

    Two Zoomy Coupes for the Winter Blues

    Two Zoomy Coupes for the Winter Blues

    By Philip Ruth “Tell me something good.” That’s what I text one of my classic-car buddies after we’ve vented about the daily updates regarding our president-elect. We both work alone,…

    Curated: Frank Stella’s Prints

    Curated: Frank Stella’s Prints

    At the de Young, Anderson Gallery 17, through June 25, 2017 Frank Stella’s Prints highlights the American artist’s experimental printmaking over a twenty-five-year period starting in 1967, the year he began…

    Sister Marches

    Sister Marches

    The Women’s March is a national movement to unify and empower everyone who stands for human rights, civil liberties and social justice for all. We gather in community to find…

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