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    Two Zoomy Coupes for the Winter Blues

    Two Zoomy Coupes for the Winter Blues

    By Philip Ruth “Tell me something good.” That’s what I text one of my classic-car buddies after we’ve vented about the daily updates regarding our president-elect. We both work alone,…

    Curated: Frank Stella’s Prints

    Curated: Frank Stella’s Prints

    At the de Young, Anderson Gallery 17, through June 25, 2017 Frank Stella’s Prints highlights the American artist’s experimental printmaking over a twenty-five-year period starting in 1967, the year he began…

    Let’s Make a Deal

    Let’s Make a Deal

    By Alex Randolph, City College Trustee Donald Trump is going to be President. That is something most humans living on this earth, including he himself, probably never thought would happen.…

    Fighting for Our Rights

    Fighting for Our Rights

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting Most of us remain shocked by the results of the presidential election and are fearful of what changes lie ahead for our country. During the campaign,…

    Madeline Gleason and the Poetry of San Francisco

    Madeline Gleason and the Poetry of San Francisco

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky Across her long creative career, Madeline Gleason was a motivating influence and major champion of new poets and poetry of the Bay Area. By the time…

    Curated, At the Milliner’s by Édouard Manet

    Curated, At the Milliner’s by Édouard Manet

    On display at the Legion of Honor One hallmark of Impressionist painting is the artists’ decision to represent the modern world, rather than scenes with allegorical themes or historical narratives.…

    Bereavement and the LGBTQ Community

    Bereavement and the LGBTQ Community

    The holidays can be a difficult time for those who are grieving. We sat down with Michelle Miller, M.A., MFTI, who is a bereavement counseling intern at Hospice by the Bay, to talk about grief and…

    Curated: Danny Lyon, Message to the Future

    Curated: Danny Lyon, Message to the Future

    The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are thrilled to present Danny Lyon: Message to the Future, at the de Young. The exhibition, which enjoyed a critically acclaimed debut at…

    Maitri Announces New Executive Director, Michael Sorensen

    Maitri Announces New Executive Director, Michael Sorensen

    Maitri Compassionate Care has announced the appointment of Michael Sorensen as its new executive director. He replaces Michael Smithwick, who announced his retirement on August 5, 2016, which led to…

    Happy Holidays from Castro Merchants!

    By Daniel Bergerac Businesses in the Castro and Upper Market neighborhoods are ready for another bright, busy and exciting holiday season with great shopping, drinking and dining opportunities. To get…