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    Fall in the Castro

    Fall in the Castro

    By Dr. Tim Seelig Fall is in the air in San Francisco. Can’t you just feel it? The mornings have a chill in the air. Everyone grabs their mittens and…

    Lavender Legends of the Silent Screen

    Lavender Legends of the Silent Screen

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky The movies’ first action hero. The personification of modern American youth, vigor, and attitude. The most prolific woman director in Hollywood history. The greatest star of…

    How Should We Speak to Each Other? Part 3: Connecting Compassionately with Ourselves

    How Should We Speak to Each Other? Part 3: Connecting Compassionately with Ourselves

    By Tom Moon, MFT “In our language, there is a word with enormous power to create shame and guilt. This violent word, which we commonly use to evaluate ourselves, is…

    Sir Joshua Reynolds’ 1779–1780 Work: Anne, Viscountess Townshend, later Marchioness Townshend In the Permanent Collection of the Legion of Honor

    Sir Joshua Reynolds’ 1779–1780 Work: Anne, Viscountess Townshend, later Marchioness Townshend   In the Permanent Collection of the Legion of Honor

    Anne Montgomery (1752?–1819) was the second of three beautiful daughters of an Irish peer. Celebrated as the “Irish Graces,” the sisters were immortalized in 1773 by Sir Joshua Reynolds in…

    Gender Norms and the Bias Against Boys Wearing Pink

    Gender Norms and the Bias Against Boys Wearing Pink

    By Lyndsey Schlax (Editor’s Note: Teacher Lyndsey Schlax of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts launched the nation’s first on-site high school LGBT course in 2015. She…

    Pride and Resistance 2017

    Pride and Resistance 2017

    By Tom Moon, MFT Pride? Who told you that you had anything to be proud about? You were the wretched of the earth—the despised, the misfits, the outsiders, the outcasts,…

    California’s Own House of Cards

    California’s Own House of Cards

    By Zoe Dunning House of Cards Season 5 is out on Netflix. I’m only half way through the season, so no spoiler alerts, please. The primary story line so far…

    Curated: The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion and Rock & Roll

    Curated: The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion and Rock & Roll

    Through August 20 at the de Young The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion, and Rock & Roll at the de Young in Golden Gate Park commemorates an “only in…

    Conservatory of Flowers Goes Psychedelic with Nightly Free Summer Light Show

    Conservatory of Flowers Goes Psychedelic with Nightly Free Summer Light Show

    Flowers power the night this summer as the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park becomes the canvas for an elegant light art installation that honors San Francisco’s city-wide celebration…

    Remembering Carolyn Ellis Staton, with Thanks to Hillary Clinton, Too

    Remembering Carolyn Ellis Staton, with Thanks to Hillary Clinton, Too

    By Dr. Betty L. Sullivan (Editor’s Note: Carolyn Ellis Staton, former provost at the University of Mississippi, was married to William “Bill” Staton for 33 years. She is referred to in this story…

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