Home » Archives by category » News » Columns

On Leland Yee’s Fall and the Supreme Court’s Fail

On Leland Yee’s Fall  and the Supreme Court’s Fail

It was the gun-running that floored me. The favors in exchange for campaign contributions? Plausible. An envelope full of cash in exchange for assistance lobbying his colleagues on behalf of…

Aging in Community: Using Technology to Combat Isolation

Aging in Community: Using Technology to Combat Isolation

When it comes to technology, many older adults find themselves left in the dark. And yet technology can help combat one of the biggest challenges facing LGBT older adults: isolation.…

Spring Cleaning for the Lavender Soul

Spring Cleaning for the Lavender Soul

By The Reverend Doctor James C. Lovette-Black Spring is in the air, and how sweet it is to see sunshine, enjoy the warmth, and to anticipate the year! The pagan…

Miss Beth Bicoastal Welcomes You to the Edge, and for Good Causes Too

Miss Beth Bicoastal Welcomes You to the Edge, and for Good Causes Too

She is luscious, beautiful, charismatic, talented and inspiring to so many. Yes, I’m speaking of the one and only bombshell, Miss Beth Bicoastal. I met Miss Beth several years ago…

My San Francisco Village Experience: Finding My Identity Through Connection & Community

My San Francisco Village Experience:  Finding My Identity Through Connection & Community

By Ralph Beren, Ed.D. Throughout our lives, we identify ourselves in many different ways. Some are identities that we create through our personal development, such as via professional expertise, parenthood,…

San Francisco, Where Are We Going?

San Francisco, Where Are We Going?

The city I love, and the people that make San Francisco a place to leave one’s heart, are going away. Where are we headed? Some of us, a prevailing minority,…

Heterosexism in the Sports World

Heterosexism in the Sports World

April and springtime of 2014 are already here. Has your Inner Athlete come out yet?! We’ve all got bodies, as well as minds, that need to be exercised and that…

March Madness

March Madness

I love basketball. When I was young, we lived in an older Victorian duplex in Milwaukee. There were no playgrounds or parks with basketball hoops anywhere nearby, so my sister…

Soprano Saxophonist Tony Bragano Lulls Listeners Into Sweet Surrender

Soprano Saxophonist Tony Bragano Lulls Listeners Into Sweet Surrender

As a performing artist in the wonderful city of San Francisco and the Bay Area, I get the ultimate pleasure to meet and perform with many extremely talented individuals. There…

Shaping the Waterfront’s Future, CA Democrat Convention, Upcoming Soiree

Shaping the Waterfront’s Future, CA Democrat Convention, Upcoming Soiree

The San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee handed the developers a big win on March 12 when the Committee narrowly voted to oppose Proposition B on the June ballot. Conceived…

Page 1 of 6123Next ›Last »