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    In Memoriam

    Mary Oliver Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award and numerous recognitions, poet Mary Oliver was often compared with Emily Dickinson for her artistry and introspection. She and her partner, photographer Molly Malone…

    From Self-Criticism to Self-Compassion

    From Self-Criticism to Self-Compassion

    By Tom Moon, MFT– Lucas arrived for his weekly therapy session in an agitated and unhappy state. It was confusing, he told me, because his life had been going great.…

    Winter Fancy Food Show Highlights 2019 Trends

    The Specialty Food Association (SFA) recently presented the Winter Fancy Food Show at Moscone Center in San Francisco from January 13–15. This year’s Show featured over 80,000 foods and beverages…

    2019: The Year of the Equality Act

    2019: The Year of the Equality Act

    By Andrea Shorter– It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day, and I’m feelin’ … hopeful. What’s so great about 2019 so far? For one, it means that 2016 is…

    The Obscure Democratic Party Election This Weekend

    The Obscure Democratic Party Election This Weekend

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– Have you ever wondered who sponsors the “California Democratic Party” mailers, ads and literature in every election? Were you so energized by the recent midterms that…

    A Letter to San Francisco Bay Times readers from Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi

    A Letter to San Francisco Bay Times readers from Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi

    Dear Friends, It is a pleasure to send best wishes to all the readers of the San Francisco Bay Times for a glorious New Year filled with peace, hope and…

    The Cure for Your Holiday Spending Hangover

    The Cure for Your Holiday Spending Hangover

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– It’s okay. Most of us overindulged during the holidays. We ate too much. Spent too much. Did whatever too much. But that’s what January is for.…

    Two Coupes Offering Unique Experiences

    Two Coupes Offering Unique Experiences

    By Philip Ruth– Expensive cars must be luxurious. That’s a long-standing American value: Buicks, Cadillacs, Lincolns and Chryslers kept the assembly lines running with velour, vinyl and fake wood. A…

    Finite Disappointment, Infinite Hope

    Finite Disappointment, Infinite Hope

    By Tom Moon, MFT– Last time I described a process for letting go of unproductive thoughts and habits in 2019. This time I want to discuss why it is also…

    It’s All a Mystery to Me

    It’s All a Mystery to Me

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: Ann Aptaker, author of Flesh and Gold, book four in the Cantor Gold Crime Series, is featured in this issue of the San Francisco Bay…