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    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…

    A Lesbian Leather Daddy Love Story

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: Kimberly Dark, author of The Daddies, is featured in this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times. I asked Dark to discuss the phrase, “Who’s…

    An Attack on One Is an Attack on All

    An Attack on One Is an Attack on All

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– We, like many others in the LGBTIQ community, were outraged when we learned of the Trump administration’s most recent shameless attack on transgender and…

    No Tricks, No Treats: Just VOTE!

    No Tricks, No Treats: Just VOTE!

    By Andrea Shorter– As I’m writing this there are five days and counting until mid-term election day.  In the few days and hours left, what more can be said other…

    The Bully’s Pulpit

    The Bully’s Pulpit

    By David Perry– The bully pulpit has never been bullier: nor the Senate, the House and now the Supreme Court. That’s a lot of bull, ah bullying. There are bullies…

    Enough Is Enough: Vote Prop C

    Enough Is Enough: Vote Prop C

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– After doing some errands one Saturday afternoon in mid-August of last year, I turned on to San Bruno Avenue from Division and had to jam on…

    GGBA Business Tips, Member Spotlight and More…

    GGBA Business Tips, Member Spotlight and More…

    The Importance of Understanding Communication Styles in the Workplace By Erin Hoffman– Anyone who has worked in any industry knows that conflicting personalities take a toll on teamwork, morale and…

    Thinking About Anti-Depressants

    Thinking About Anti-Depressants

    By Tom Moon, MFT– Q: I’ve been depressed for at least a year and a half, and I’m doing my best to get over it. But my doctor is leaning…