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    Paul Margolis of OurTownSF.org Helps to Keep SF’s LGBT Community Connected

    Paul Margolis of OurTownSF.org Helps to Keep SF’s LGBT Community Connected

    Storefront windows in the Castro have, for decades, functioned as billboards for the LGBT community. An iconic 1982 photograph taken by legendary San Francisco Bay Times photographer Rink, for example,…

    We’ve Come a Long Way … or Have We?

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer I recently saw the new movie Battle of the Sexes, an upbeat and engaging story about the 1973 exhibition tennis match between Billie Jean King and…

    There Is No Such Thing as a Straight Line in a Career

    There Is No Such Thing as a Straight Line in a Career

    By Julie Gleeson Many clients come to me feeling distressed that their career has ended, taken a hard left or right turn, or is no longer satisfying.  That is understandable,…

    Eco-Friendly Cars That Offer Quirky, Fun Rides in Challenging San Francisco

    Eco-Friendly Cars That Offer Quirky, Fun Rides in Challenging San Francisco

    By Philip Ruth San Francisco is a demanding place to test drive new cars. The crazy hills get steeper at every turn, and the traffic’s rapid pace rewards agility and…

    Words: Toxicity Kills Creativity

    By Michele Karlsberg Michele Karlsberg: For this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times, I present a guest article written by Isabella, who is a trailblazing publisher and author of…

    Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire

    Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire

    At the de Young through February 11, 2018 The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF) are pleased to premiere Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire, the first major…

    Fall in the Castro

    Fall in the Castro

    By Dr. Tim Seelig Fall is in the air in San Francisco. Can’t you just feel it? The mornings have a chill in the air. Everyone grabs their mittens and…

    Lavender Legends of the Silent Screen

    Lavender Legends of the Silent Screen

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky The movies’ first action hero. The personification of modern American youth, vigor, and attitude. The most prolific woman director in Hollywood history. The greatest star of…

    How Should We Speak to Each Other? Part 3: Connecting Compassionately with Ourselves

    How Should We Speak to Each Other? Part 3: Connecting Compassionately with Ourselves

    By Tom Moon, MFT “In our language, there is a word with enormous power to create shame and guilt. This violent word, which we commonly use to evaluate ourselves, is…

    Sir Joshua Reynolds’ 1779–1780 Work: Anne, Viscountess Townshend, later Marchioness Townshend In the Permanent Collection of the Legion of Honor

    Sir Joshua Reynolds’ 1779–1780 Work: Anne, Viscountess Townshend, later Marchioness Townshend   In the Permanent Collection of the Legion of Honor

    Anne Montgomery (1752?–1819) was the second of three beautiful daughters of an Irish peer. Celebrated as the “Irish Graces,” the sisters were immortalized in 1773 by Sir Joshua Reynolds in…