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    Thoughts on Women’s Music

    Thoughts on Women’s Music

    By Margie Adam My initiation into the world of Women’s Music came in l973 at an “open mike” at Kate Millet’s Sacramento Women’s Music Festival. There were maybe 50 women…

    A Banner Year for Women’s Music

    A Banner Year for Women’s Music

    By Melanie DeMore My first encounter with Women’s Music happened in my senior year in college in 1976. I was dating a woman who was in the military (and, by…

    An Invitation to Discover, or Re-discover, Lesbian and Feminist Culture

    An Invitation to Discover, or Re-discover,  Lesbian and Feminist Culture

    By Holly Near Women’s Music was and is a cultural response to sexism and homophobia, and by extension, all of the other joys and challenges of our lives. In the…

    San Francisco Bay Times to Present Record-Breaking Gathering of Women’s Music Stars at Pride

    San Francisco Bay Times to Present Record-Breaking Gathering of Women’s Music Stars at Pride

    The largest ever assemblage of Women’s Music stars in a Pride Parade contingent will take place at the 2015 San Francisco Pride Parade in honor of the 40th anniversary of…

    Ann Rostow: Coaches to Watch Out For

    Ann Rostow: Coaches to Watch Out For

    By Ann Rostow Coaches to Watch Out For There’s something about writing this column, a combination of being online and having the urge to procrastinate, that too often leads me…

    Use the News

    Use the News

    By Dennis McMillan   Mayor Raises Rainbow Flag over City Hall San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee raised the rainbow flag above City Hall Tuesday morning to celebrate June as Pride…

    Harvey Milk Club Leads the Way, the Mission Rises Up, and New Leadership at City College

    Harvey Milk Club Leads the Way, the Mission Rises Up, and New Leadership at City College

    Happy Birthday, Harvey Milk The Harvey Milk Club gave our community a great present for what would have been Milk’s 85th birthday on May 22. The Club took over the…

    An Issue Our Community Has Grappled with for Years

    An Issue Our Community  Has Grappled with for Years

    Last week, a friend and I were talking about Pride Month, since she had just come back from her employer’s Pride Month reception and celebration. I asked her how it…

    Reinventing Yourself in Retirement

    Reinventing Yourself in Retirement

    Retirement offers people a great opportunity to start something new. In addition, life expectancy trends indicate that an increasing number of baby boomers should be prepared for a long life…

    Let’s Talk About Daddies

    Let’s Talk About Daddies

    What makes a daddy? By the old definition, it’s a man who had children. Now, in our new LGBT world full of niches, daddies are older men who could have…