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Sweat and Glitter

Sweat and Glitter

Happy New Year to our faithful San Francisco Bay Times readers! I hope your year is off to a good start. How many New Year’s resolutions have you made? How…

Good News for City College, District 3 Blues, Changing of the Guard at Alice and Milk

Good News for City College, District 3 Blues, Changing of the Guard at Alice and Milk

Restoration Granted to City College The new year has brought good news for City College of San Francisco. On January 14, the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges announced…

Two Muscular Cars to Rev Up Your 2015

Two Muscular Cars to Rev Up Your 2015

Work out more: that’s a common New Year’s resolution. Even if you’re off your routine, your car could feel like it’s been doing squats while you sleep. Two cars I…

Jim and Fred: A Love Story, Part 2

Jim and Fred: A Love Story, Part 2

Jim and Fred’s story in the previous “Aging in Community” column poignantly revealed some of the unique challenges faced by LGBT caregivers and their loved ones living with dementia. Like…

Addressing Homelessness in 2015

Addressing Homelessness in 2015

One of the most critical issues facing San Francisco in 2015 is the homelessness and displacement crisis. While San Francisco is the wealthiest city in the nation, it is also…

2015: Starting Strong & Making a Statement!

2015: Starting Strong & Making a Statement!

Wow, here we are in January again, and it seems like another year just flew and blew by. Meanwhile, every day matters, and how we approach and use each moment…

Jim and Fred: A Love Story

Jim and Fred: A Love Story

Jim and Fred went on a date 33 years ago. They fell in love and moved in together. They knew early on that they had something special. Jim told me…

What to Start, Stop, and Continue in 2015

What to Start, Stop, and Continue in 2015

As 2014 winds down, it’s time for reflection of the past year and plans for the coming year. Professionally, politically and personally I find myself taking stock of where things…

A Clear Path for San Francisco’s Unlikeliest Mayor, Mirkarimi and the Left, and City College Update

A Clear Path for San Francisco’s Unlikeliest Mayor, Mirkarimi and the Left, and City College Update

To the disappointment of some and the relief of others, State Senator Mark Leno will apparently not be running for Mayor next year. “After significant consideration and examination,” Matier and…

Winning the Housing Lottery: It Doesn’t Add Up

Winning the Housing Lottery: It Doesn’t Add Up

Crisis by Number  Regardless of political ideology or economic status, few would disagree that San Francisco faces an enormous housing crisis. The city has undergone massive demographic changes due almost…

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