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    When Couples Fight

    When Couples Fight

    By Tom Moon, MFT– Couples can create serious damage in their relationships when they fight dirty. The research of relationship expert John Gottman shows that for every hostile interaction a…

    San Francisco to Create Castro LGBTQ Cultural District

    As the city prepares to celebrate San Francisco Pride this weekend, the Board of Supervisors unanimously passed an ordinance Tuesday authored by Supervisor Rafael Mandelman to create the Castro LGBTQ…

    Twists and Turns: To Plot or Plan?

    Twists and Turns: To Plot or Plan?

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: Alex Reeve, author of Half Moon Street, is featured in this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times. I asked him to discuss the crafting of his debut mystery,…

    Summer Is Here!

    Summer Is Here!

    By Debra Morris– Summer is here and you know what that means! The summer harvest of fruits and vegetables have arrived this month, so dust off the patio furniture, bring…

    State Democratic Convention: 14 Presidential Candidates, 3400+ Delegates, 2 Pulled Muscles

    State Democratic Convention: 14 Presidential Candidates, 3400+ Delegates, 2 Pulled Muscles

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– From May 31–June 2, the Moscone Center hosted the California Democratic Party (CADEM) Convention that served as a preview of the upcoming 2020 presidential campaign. Fourteen…

    Commemorating the 1969 Stonewall Uprisings Today and 50 Years from Now

    Commemorating the 1969 Stonewall Uprisings Today and 50 Years from Now

    By Andrea Shorter– 1968. Much has been written, film documented, recalled and revisited about the series of epic events of 1968. Among the most obvious and notable are the assassinations…

    A First for Pride Month

    A First for Pride Month

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting– I’ve never been prouder to hail from California. Our state has the largest LGBT population in the country and is home to more than 40 local…

    Supporting a Budget That Supports Our Communities

    Supporting a Budget That Supports Our Communities

    By Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland City Councilmember At-Large– Writing a budget is about the numbers, and it is also about our values. After the release of Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf’s budget proposal,…

    Hardworking Advocate for LGBTQ Businesses to Be Honored

    Hardworking Advocate for LGBTQ Businesses to Be Honored

    With his time, passion and genuine concern for others, Paul Pendergast has for decades worked to benefit the Bay Area’s LGBTQ business community. When he is present on stage, it…

    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…