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    The Red Shellacking

    The Red Shellacking

    By Debra Walker I did my best, it wasn’t much I couldn’t feel, so I tried to touch I told the truth, I didn’t come to fool you And even…

    An Open Letter to Donald J. Trump

    An Open Letter to Donald J. Trump

    (Editor’s Note: San Francisco Bay Times contributor and former columnist Jamie Leno Zimron penned this shortly after Election Day.) You have succeeded on a mission seemingly impossible to become President-elect.…

    Financing a Home in the Bay Area’s Hot Real Estate Market

    Financing a Home in the Bay Area’s Hot Real Estate Market

      To say the San Francisco Bay Area has a hot real estate market would be an understatement. The dream of buying a home has collided with the reality of…

    Keep Calm and Stay Agitated

    Now that Americans have all cast their votes, we and many others are beginning to assess in real terms the impact of the election—in particular, how it will affect our…

    Donating Time May Cut Your Tax Bill

    Donating Time May Cut Your Tax Bill

    For many people, volunteerism is about more than simply doing something nice—it’s about enriching peoples’ lives and making the communities where we live and work a better place. But did…

    In Rememberance

    In Rememberance

    Susan Levinkind Susan Levinkind, 74, a generous and loving spouse, friend, mother and grandmother, died on October 29, 2016, of Lewy body dementia with an accompanying seizure disorder. Born in…

    Join OurTownSF.org for an Expo to Connect San Francisco with LGBT Nonprofits

    By Dan Margolis OurTownSF.org, in an attempt to showcase San Francisco’s wide array of private nonprof its serving the LGBT community, has created a free expo that will be held…

    SF Sketch

    SF Sketch

      Randy Coleman hails from New York, but has lived in San Francisco since 1975. Coleman shares that before moving to the Bay Area, he studied Art History and Architecture…

    Curated, Frank Stella a Retrospective

    Curated, Frank Stella a Retrospective

    Exclusive West Coast Presentation Through February 26, 2017, at the de Young The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are pleased to present Frank Stella: A Retrospective, an expansive presentation…

    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…