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    Golden Gate Business Association: Letter from Leadership, Member Spotlight and More!

          GGBA Letter from Leadership: A Call for Board Development By Dr. Krystal Drwencke– Serving on the Golden Gate Business Association (GGBA) Board has opened my eyes in…

    Diary from AIDS Life/Cycle 2019

    Diary from AIDS Life/Cycle 2019

                          AIDS/LifeCycle recently announced that it has raised $16,755,967 for lifesaving medical and social services for people living with HIV/AIDS…

    How to Survive a Breakup

    How to Survive a Breakup

    By Tom Moon, MFT– Romantic love can be a roller-coaster ride of agony and ecstasy. When it’s going well, nothing is more blissful. But when it ends in a break-up,…

    Keeping the Pulse Alive

    Keeping the Pulse Alive

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– As we waited in line at Newark Airport to board our flight home to San Francisco after a recent trip back east, we struck…

    Behind the Scenes of Rusalka at SF Opera

    Behind the Scenes of Rusalka at SF Opera

    Rusalka, soon to be presented by San Francisco Opera, is a fairytale fantasy based on the same story that inspired The Little Mermaid. It looks beyond the storybook world of…

    An Inside Look at SF Opera Costume Design for Rusalka

    An Inside Look at SF Opera Costume Design for Rusalka

    By Galen Till– With the first onstage dress rehearsal of Dvořák’s fantasy opera Rusalka just days away, the costume studio at the San Francisco Opera is bustling. Given that the…

    2020 Gold Rush: San Francisco Welcomes Democrat Presidential Hopefuls

    2020 Gold Rush: San Francisco Welcomes Democrat Presidential Hopefuls

    By Andrea Shorter– Spring temperatures have been cooler than usual across the Bay Area, but the weekend’s political forecast is predicted to be thunderous and heated with the California Democratic…

    New Designs for Harvey Milk Plaza Revealed

    Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza (FOHMP) on May 15 revealed semi-final architectural designs for the Plaza and transit station at the corner of Castro and Market Streets. The designs, inclusive…

    Resolution Approved to Induct José Julio Sarria into the California Hall of Fame

    Resolution Approved to Induct José Julio Sarria into the California Hall of Fame

    Supervisor Rafael Mandelman on May 14 introduced a resolution in support of inducting José Julio Sarria into the California Hall of Fame. A week later, the San Francisco Board of…

    A Nod to Nonprofits

    A Nod to Nonprofits

    By Brett Andrews– Recently, a few members of my extended family started posting old family photos on Facebook. As you can imagine, it didn’t take me long to jump in…