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    Successful Outcomes of the LGBT Aging Policy Task Force

    Successful Outcomes of the LGBT Aging Policy Task Force

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– Four years ago, this March, the San Francisco LGBT Aging Policy Task Force concluded its 18-month tenure by submitting its final report, LGBT Aging at the…

    2018: The Year of Fighting Harder

    2018: The Year of Fighting Harder

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– Just as I sat down to write my end of the year column, news broke that the GOP tax bill had been finalized and appears to…

    The Science and Art of Giving

    The Science and Art of Giving

    wsBy Brett Andrews With all that is going on in the world, it is heartening to see how our mood and behavior can change during this festive season of giving…

    FAIR and Courageous Conversations for the Holidays

    FAIR and Courageous Conversations for the Holidays

    By Andrea Shorter Holiday gatherings should be about being together, loving and enjoying each other, sharing our blessings, and strengthening the ties that bind. Along with the infinite online recipes…

    Putting City College Students First

    Putting City College Students First

    By Tom Temprano It’s hard to believe that 2017 will soon be coming to a close, and with it my first year serving as a member of the City College…

    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…