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    Don’t Let Divorce Derail Your Financial Security

    Don’t Let Divorce Derail Your Financial Security

    Divorce is rarely a life event that one plans for, but while many couples live happily ever after, some will undoubtedly go their separate ways. A divorce can be emotionally…

    One Soldier’s Legacy

    One Soldier’s Legacy

    This past week brought some incredibly sad news – former Army Sergeant Darren Manzella passed away Thursday, August 29, in a tragic roadside accident in upstate New York. He was…

    November Elections, Dennis Herrera and the Fight to Save City College

    November Elections, Dennis Herrera and the Fight to Save City College

    The November elections are fast approaching, and with all four local office holders—City Attorney Dennis Herrera, Treasurer Jose Cisneros, Assessor-Recorder Carmen Chu and District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang— running essentially…

    State of Celebration

    State of Celebration

    All summer long, it has been amazing to see the marriage map changing day by day as weddings performed by county clerks in New Mexico and Pennsylvania have proven once…

    Helping Tenants During Challenging Times

    Helping Tenants During Challenging Times

    Editor’s Note: Last month, LGBT leaders in San Francisco told the Bay Times that housing was at the top of the list of concerns for our community here in the…

    Where We Are Spending Our Time and Money

    A few months ago, we invited you to participate in the 2013 LGBT Community Survey report created by Community Market & Insights (CMI). Thanks to all Bay Times readers who…

    Imperial Court – Living Legacy of Absolute Empress

    Imperial Court – Living Legacy of Absolute Empress

      The Bay Times joins with many this week who are pausing to remember José Julio Sarria, Absolute Empress I, The Widow Norton, storied founder of the international Imperial Court…

    Pope Francis Reaches Out to the Gay Community

    Pope Francis Reaches Out to the Gay Community

    On the occasion of his election, I wrote about Pope Francis in the Bay Times. I suggested Francis might bring a much needed and new pastoral tone to LGBTQ issues…

    The Heat Is On

    The Heat Is On

    August in Central Texas is not a happy time. You know those scenes in horror movies where the scientists are working at the South Pole and have to plod from…

    National and Local News Map

    Falls Church, VA – Openly Gay Olympic Skater Urges No Olympic Boycott – 8.1 Two-time Olympic figure skating competitor, openly gay Johnny Weir, urged in his weekly column that there…