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    Olivia Travel Comes Full Circle with First Ever San Francisco Port of Call

    Olivia Travel Comes Full Circle with First Ever San Francisco Port of Call

    September 29, 2016, is a day for the LGBT history books. On that Thursday, popular lesbian travel company Olivia will have a cruise ship come to San Francisco as a…

    20 Years of Celebrating Community, Art and Honoring Those Living with HIV/AIDS

    When Art for AIDS was first conceived two decades ago, effective HIV treatments began to turn the epidemic around, especially in the developing world. The following year, Art for AIDS…

    Renter Protection on November Ballot

    Renter Protection  on November Ballot

    Oakland has risen to become the fourth most expensive rental market in the nation. This affordable housing crisis is an affront to Oakland’s talent and diversity, which is why I…

    Harvey Milk Club’s History of Allyship

    Harvey Milk Club’s History of Allyship

    By Lyndsey Schlax (Editor’s Note: San Francisco Bay Times columnist Lyndsey Schlax is a teacher at the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts. Her groundbreaking LGBT Studies class,…

    Freedom Fries and Rollercoasters

    Freedom Fries and Rollercoasters

    Independence Day. America’s birthday. Since my early childhood visiting my dad and aunt in America, July 4th has been one of my favorite holidays. A day when we come together…

    Senior Housing Advocate Pamela David Nominated for SF Pride Community Grand Marshal

    Senior Housing Advocate Pamela David  Nominated for SF Pride Community Grand Marshal

    Pamela David, an LGBTQ activist for four decades, has been nominated as a Community Grand Marshal for San Francisco Pride 2016. David’s many achievements include helping to organize the Lesbian…

    Curated

    Curated

    Pierre Bonnard: Painting Arcadia is the first major international presentation of Pierre Bonnard’s work to be mounted on the West Coast in half a century. The exhibition features more than…

    New Tom & Jerry Ornament Commemorates Rainbow Flag

    New Tom & Jerry Ornament Commemorates Rainbow Flag

    Tom Taylor and Jerry Goldstein, whose beautifully decorated home in the Castro is a perennial holiday favorite, have a new addition to their seasonal tradition this year. With Gilbert Baker,…

    Shanti Project Launches Margot Murphy Women’s Cancer Program

    Shanti Project Launches Margot Murphy Women’s Cancer Program

    Shanti Project, one of San Francisco’s oldest community-based caregiving organizations for people with life-threatening conditions, recently launched the Margot Murphy Women’s Cancer Program. Here at the San Francisco Bay Times,…

    Hope Rises for City College with Susan Lamb at the Helm

    Hope Rises for City College with Susan Lamb at the Helm

    Susan Lamb, Interim Chancellor of CCSF, hit the ground running. Over the past 5 months, since her appointment, she has been skillfully leading the college and guiding its continued evolution.…

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