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    Ann Rostow: OK Boomers

    Ann Rostow: OK Boomers

    By Ann Rostow– OK Boomers I admit to being a boomer, which is becoming kind of embarrassing as the years go by. But hey, I have long looked forward to…

    Election Recap – Mostly Snoozers and Two Heartbreaking Losses

    Election Recap – Mostly Snoozers and Two Heartbreaking Losses

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– For the first time in two years as a columnist for the San Francisco Bay Times, I scrapped a completed article and started all over again.…

    Transgender Awareness Month 2019 in San Francisco

    Each year in November, the trans and gender nonconforming community, allies, and local organizations participate in Transgender Awareness Month to help raise the visibility of trans people and to address…

    Election Day Post-Mortem: We’re Tired of the Status Quo

    By Peter Gallotta– To everyone who voted on November 5th, let me just say, thank you. I know for some out there, voting is like going to the gym. You…

    Cross Currencies: Finding Our Democratic North Stars in Harriet Tubman and She the People

    Cross Currencies: Finding Our Democratic North Stars in Harriet Tubman and She the People

    By Andrea Shorter– “ … there was no one to welcome me to the land of freedom. I was a stranger in a strange land; and my home, after all,…

    Winning with a Goals-Based Financial Plan

    Winning with a Goals-Based Financial Plan

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– Even if you’re not a soccer fan, you’ve probably heard the iconic “GOOOOOOOOOOAL!” call of Telemundo announcer Andres Cantor. The joy in his voice as he…

    Two Covers on a Similar SUV Story

    Two Covers on a Similar SUV Story

    By Philip Ruth– The auto industry thrives on our willingness to judge a book by its cover. That’s our starting point for this month’s two takes on the three-row SUV—the…

    Reflections Of … Motown, Cars, and Libraries

    Reflections Of … Motown, Cars, and Libraries

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: Author Cheryl Head, who describes herself as a mysterious writer who also writes crime/mystery books, is featured in this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times.…

    Pioneering Lesbian and Civil Rights Activist Phyllis Lyon Celebrates 95th Birthday

    Pioneering Lesbian and Civil Rights Activist Phyllis Lyon Celebrates 95th Birthday

    “Phyllis Lyon is not afraid of the L-word, whether it be lesbian or liberal—or even lipstick … Her concerns are limitless, as are her talents.” Del Martin (1921–2008) Pioneering lesbian…

    Ann Rostow: Paging Dr. Doolittle

    Ann Rostow: Paging Dr. Doolittle

    By Ann Rostow– Paging Dr. Doolittle I don’t know where to start this morning, as my mind is filled with shards of insignificant story bits and pieces that lack any…

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