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    Compiled by Dennis McMillan Denver, CO – Supreme Court Puts Utah Equality on Hold – 1.6 The Supreme Court has put same-sex marriages on hold in Utah, at least while…

    Alternative Health for Alternative Folks

    Alternative Health for Alternative Folks

    In the Bay Area, alternative approaches to health and healing are hardly radical. Even nationwide, nearly 40 percent of the population accesses non-traditional healthcare. There is an array of potentially…

    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…

    In Memoriam

    Otis Charles, First Openly Gay Bishop April 24, 1926 – December 26, 2013 The Rt. Rev. Otis Charles died peacefully on December 26, 2013, at San Francisco’s Coming Home Hospice,…

    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…

    2013 News Quiz

    By Ann Rostow It’s time again for our annual year-in-review news quiz! Unfortunately, that means I can’t comment on the exciting developments in Utah. However, you already know all the…

    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…

    Time to Say Thanks and to Keep the Momentum Going

    Time to Say Thanks and to Keep the Momentum Going

    By Roger Doughty What a year! By almost any measure, this has been one extraordinary year in LGBT people’s long quest for equality, freedom, and dignity. Sixteen states and the…

    Where Will You Spend Your Holidays? Wave, Pebble & Bow

    Where Will You Spend Your Holidays? Wave, Pebble & Bow

    By Kit Kennedy Pick up the pebble, otherwise why do you have hands, those vessels of touch? Or eyes the hammock where memory naps and awakens? This season take yourself…