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    The Trials of Charles Christman

    The Trials of Charles Christman

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– Shortly after closing time at The Stud on Saturday, December 12, 1970, between 100–150 last-callers were leaving the bar when a patrol car with two police…

    David Woemmel’s Journey to the Healing Power of Music and Sports

    David Woemmel’s Journey to the Healing Power of Music and Sports

    By John Chen– Dave Woemmel was so excited to move to San Francisco with his partner eight years ago, eager to build a new life together in an historic LGBT…

    SF LGBT Center Is Expanding a Number of Programs to Meet Growing Needs

    SF LGBT Center Is Expanding a Number of Programs to Meet Growing Needs

    By Rebecca Rolfe– This is one of my favorite times of the year at the SF LGBT Center—when we mark the anniversary of opening our doors to the community with…

    April Is the Cruelest Month

    April Is the Cruelest Month

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– With apologies to T.S. Eliot for appropriating a famous line from his poetic masterpiece The Waste Land, April is shaping up to be a continuation of…

    Biden for Time

    Biden for Time

    By Andrea Shorter– Alright, Joe: time to pony up. The utter lack of suspense leading up to the eventual entry of former Vice President Joe Biden into the Democratic field…

    Political Roundup: The First LGBT President, Bernie in SF and Endorsements for Prez

    Political Roundup: The First LGBT President, Bernie in SF and Endorsements for Prez

    By Peter Gallotta– It was Heidi Klum on Project Runway who liked to say, “One day you’re in, the next day you’re out.” It’s an adage applicable not only in…

    Spring Clean Your Portfolio

    Spring Clean Your Portfolio

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– Spring cleaning isn’t just for closets and cobwebs. Your investment portfolio could probably use a little refreshing as well, especially if you haven’t aired it out…

    Nice Experiences in Small Crossovers

    Nice Experiences in Small Crossovers

    By Philip Ruth– Pleasant and functional: for many car buyers, those two adjectives are enough to close the sale on their new steeds. It sounds mundane, but that combo can…

    The Struggle for a Room with a View

    The Struggle for a Room with a View

    By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis– The views of the Pacific Ocean and Koko Head from the Queen Bedroom at Honolulu’s Aloha Bed and Breakfast were said to be breathtaking.…

    This Month at the Farmers Market. Spring Has Sprung!

    This Month at the Farmers Market. Spring Has Sprung!

    By Debra Morris– Hippity hoppity Easter’s on its way! Make your way to your neighborhood Castro Farmers’ Market to pick up all of your spring feast ingredients, from eggs and…