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    Horizons Awards Additional Quarter Million in Grants to Fund COVID-Related Direct Services

    By Francisco O. Buchting– Last year, as the LGBTQ community felt the impact of COVID-19, Horizons immediately jumped to action: We awarded over $1 million in emergency grants to Bay…

    COVID Vaccinations and Approval of Booster Shots

    COVID Vaccinations and Approval of Booster Shots

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D. (Editor’s Note: To mark this year’s National Hispanic Heritage Month, the San Francisco Bay Times is launching a new column by Eduardo Morales, Ph.D. The longtime…

    Climate Change: Our Race Against Time

    Climate Change: Our Race Against Time

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting– California is at the forefront of the climate crisis. It’s evident, as we watch Lake Tahoe and other areas being evacuated due to yet another year…

    Help Save the Historic Grubstake Diner While Supporting New Housing

    Help Save the Historic Grubstake Diner While Supporting New Housing

    The historic Grubstake diner, located at 1525 Pine Street, has been serving late-night patrons since the late 1960s, but its roots in the city go back at least 100 years.…

    Dykes With Drills Tip of the Week: Drills and Impact Drivers

    Dykes With Drills Tip of the Week: Drills and Impact Drivers

    By Julie Peri– Most people are probably familiar with drills. They are power tools used to drive screws into a piece of wood quickly and more efficiently than a handheld…

    Poesia in the Castro Delivers an Authentic Calabrian Dining Experience

    Poesia in the Castro Delivers an Authentic Calabrian Dining Experience

    By David Landis– One of the great delights of living in hilly San Francisco is all of the magical, hidden stairways. Climbing these passageways, often landscaped with lush vegetation, frequently…

    Welcome to the 47th Annual Castro Street Fair!

    Welcome to the 47th Annual Castro Street Fair!

    By Jenn Meyer– After 17 months of doing pretty much everything differently: working, eating, drinking, socializing, and so on—and always with a facemask and hand sanitizer at the ready—we’ve all…

    Off the Wahl: The Big Guy in Film

    Off the Wahl: The Big Guy in Film

    By Jan Wahl– Ever since I was a little girl, I loved me some God in the movies. Of course, I always wondered where the Goddess was … but we’ll…

    Top of Your Stack – Recommendations from Book Passage

    The Prophets (fiction) by Robert Jones, Jr.The Prophets is a stunning debut novel about the forbidden union between two enslaved young men on a plantation in the Deep South. Isaiah…

    2021 Fall Arts and Entertainment

    After numerous shutdowns last year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Bay Area museums, theaters, concert venues, and more have been reopening, such that this fall’s offerings are some of…

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