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    Building Connections Is the Key to Healthy Aging

    Building Connections Is the Key to Healthy Aging

    Connection to community is the number-one predictor of health and well-being for older adults. No matter your income level, cultural background, degree of mobility or living arrangement, it is the…

    Fighting to Save San Francisco’s Diversity

    Fighting to Save San Francisco’s Diversity

    Happy New Year to everyone! I hope your year has gotten off to a great start and that you haven’t broken too many resolutions so far . . . One…

    City College Heroes, Campos Rising, Dem Club Chiefs, and Redmond’s Back!

    City College Heroes, Campos Rising, Dem Club Chiefs, and Redmond’s Back!

    Early indications are that 2014 could be a very good year for City College of San Francisco. On January 2, we learned that Judge Curtis Karnow had granted a preliminary…

    Tenants in Affordable SF Housing Are Under Fire

    Tenants in Affordable SF Housing Are Under Fire

    Welcome new and old tenants alike.   In the roiling cauldron of landlord tenant relations in San Francisco, we need to review the rules of engagement. First, do you have a…

    Turning 2014 Resolutions Into Reality

    Turning 2014 Resolutions Into Reality

    One of the nicest things about New Year’s is the sense of freshness and possibility, a clean slate, and renewed hope to accomplish our dreams. Coming through the Season of Lights…

    Top Tax Planning Tips for Same-Sex Married Couples

    Top Tax Planning Tips for Same-Sex Married Couples

    “Since the Defense of Marriage Act was invalidated by the Supreme Court in June, 2013 is the first tax year same-sex married couples will be able to file joint federal…

    Challenges and Opportunities

    Challenges and Opportunities

    There are 20,000 LGBT seniors in San Francisco, and that number is expected to double over the next two decades.  This dramatic increase in our senior population will require new…

    The Twelve Days of Christmas

    By Zoe Dunning This holiday season, there certainly is a lot for which I am grateful – it’s been an incredible year. One of my favorite memories will be standing…

    Take Heart, Political Junkies: It Gets Better

    Take Heart, Political Junkies: It Gets Better

    By Rafael Mandelman For San Francisco political junkies, 2013 was a bit of a bore: three uncontested citywide races for City Attorney, Treasurer and Assessor, and an essentially uncontested race…

    Global, National, State and Local Happenings

    Global, National, State and Local Happenings

    As we enter the holiday season, there is a lot happening at global, national, state and local levels that I want to share with you this month. On the global…