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    Enough Already, We Need Stricter Gun Control

    Enough Already, We Need Stricter Gun Control

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer When this column goes to print, approximately 3 weeks will have passed since the horrific mass casualty shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, and 2 weeks since…

    How to Find Transparency in Your Financial Relationships

    How to Find Transparency in Your Financial Relationships

    By Brandon Miller, CFP Choosing a financial advisor is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. After all, this individual or team will have access to your life’s…

    Auto: Two Fun Off-Season Car Stars

    Auto: Two Fun Off-Season Car Stars

    By Philip Ruth The holiday season brings thoughts of giving gifts, both to your loved ones and to yourself. The commercials encouraging impulse purchases of big ticket items are coming,…

    World AIDS Day: ‘My Health, My Right’

    World AIDS Day: ‘My Health, My Right’

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– In 1986, James Bunn was a broadcast journalist at KPIX in San Francisco. He and Nancy Saslow, a special projects producer, had just been honored with…

    Curated: Willem van Aelst’s Flowers in a Silver Vase (1663)

    Curated: Willem van Aelst’s Flowers in a Silver Vase (1663)

    At the Legion of Honor, Gallery 15 Willem van Aelst initially trained and became a master in his native Delft, then traveled to France and Italy, before ultimately settling in…

    Gaining a Better Understanding of an HIV+ Uncle’s Life

    Gaining a Better Understanding of an HIV+ Uncle’s Life

    By Lyndsey Schlax (Editor’s Note: Teacher Lyndsey Schlax of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts launched the nation’s first on-site high school LGBT course in 2015. She…

    Words: Needed Inspiration from Adrienne Rich and Audre Lorde

    Words: Needed Inspiration from Adrienne Rich and Audre Lorde

    By Michele Karlsberg Michele Karlsberg: For this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times, I present a guest article written by award-winning Minneapolis-based novelist Judith Katz. On the night of…

    Continue Debra Chasnoff’s Legacy

                  With her huge heart and keen intelligence, Debra Chasnoff (1957–2017) touched the lives of vast numbers of people through her fierce commitment to…

    Curated: Kara Walker’s Resurrection Story with Patrons

    Curated: Kara Walker’s Resurrection Story with Patrons

    Featured in the de Young exhibit Revelations: Art from the African American South through April 1, 2018 We’re delighted to announce the acquisition Kara Walker’s Resurrection Story with Patrons. Walker…

    A Friendship Forged at Historic Tan Oak Park

    A Friendship Forged at Historic Tan Oak Park

    By Lyndsey Schlax (Editor’s Note: Teacher Lyndsey Schlax of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts launched the nation’s first on-site high school LGBT course in 2015. She…