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    California State Proposition and SF Local Measure Results, Midterm Election of November 2018

    YES – State Proposition 1 – Authorizes Bonds to Fund Specified Housing Assistance Programs. Legislative Statute. YES – State Proposition 2 – Authorizes Bonds to Fund Existing Housing Program for Individuals…

    Election Recap: Many Celebrations and a Few Tears

    Election Recap: Many Celebrations and a Few Tears

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– In my article last month, ( http://sfbaytimes.com/election-day-recommendations-predictions/ ), I noted that this election would be a referendum on which America we will live in for the…

    ‘Toto, We’re in Kansas and a Lesbian Will Be Representing Us in Congress!’

    ‘Toto, We’re in Kansas and a Lesbian Will Be Representing Us in Congress!’

    By John Lewis– Who would have thought that of all places, Kansas would elect an openly LGBTIQ person to Congress before San Francisco did?  Certainly not I—having grown up in…

    Next Votes: Pelosi for Speaker of the House, Person of the Year

    Next Votes: Pelosi for Speaker of the House, Person of the Year

    By Andrea Shorter– My vote for the next selection of Time magazine’s “Person of the Year” goes to Nancy Pelosi. Thanks to the genius, persistence, discipline and masterful leadership of…

    Women’s Entrepreneurship Day Proclaimed by Mayor London Breed

    Mayor London Breed on November 8 proclaimed Women’s Entrepreneurship Day (WED) in San Francisco. Launched in New York in 2014, WED is a global initiative with the mission to celebrate,…

    Thanks Giving Can Be an Everyday Event

    Thanks Giving Can Be an Everyday Event

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– For this month’s column, I’d like to share something that’s an essential part of me—because I think it may benefit you, too. What I’m talking about…

    When Lovers Become Adversaries

    When Lovers Become Adversaries

    By Tom Moon, MFT– The kinds of issues that couples bring to couple counseling do not comprise a large list. The two most common topics involve sex (such as different…

    Judging the Value of Appearances

    Judging the Value of Appearances

    By Philip Ruth– “Dress for the job you want, not the one you have.” We’ve all heard some version of that advice, and it affirms that appearances are more than…

    Resilience and the Art of Bouncing Back

    Resilience and the Art of Bouncing Back

    By Jamie Leno Zimron– How do you deal with setbacks, seeming mistakes or failures that inevitably happen because you’re alive and human? Have you been taught about resilience, or thought…

    Jake Heggie of SF Opera’s It’s a Wonderful Life Talks About Music, His Influences and What It’s Like to Be Married to Beach Blanket Babylon’s ‘King Louie’

    Jake Heggie of SF Opera’s It’s a Wonderful Life Talks About Music, His Influences and What It’s Like to Be Married to Beach Blanket Babylon’s ‘King Louie’

    With a run beginning on Saturday, November 17, San Francisco Opera at the War Memorial Opera House will present composer Jake Heggie’s It’s a Wonderful Life, adapted from the 1946…

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