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    The Future Is Now for LGBT Business Equality

    The Future Is Now for LGBT Business Equality

    By Sam McClure The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) is proud to be a part of celebrating the 40th anniversary of America’s very first LGBT business organization,…

    Interview with Keith Haring: The Political Line Co-Curator Julian Cox

    Interview with Keith Haring: The Political Line Co-Curator Julian Cox

    Julian Cox, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco’s founding curator of photography and chief administrative curator, recently took time to talk with us about Keith Haring’s pop art and…

    Keith Haring: The Political Line Reveals the LGBT Artist’s Activism

    Keith Haring: The Political Line Reveals the LGBT Artist’s Activism

    The first major Keith Haring show on the West Coast in nearly two decades, Keith Haring: The Political Line reveals the LGBT artist’s activist side. Although Haring (1958–1990) died of…

    Election Day Cometh

    Tuesday, November 4, is Election Day here in California. This year brings the opportunity to elect or re-elect all of our statewide constitutional officers: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State,…

    Some Reflections on the Demise of the Bay Guardian and the Death of Ted Gullicksen

    Some Reflections on the Demise of the Bay Guardian and the Death of Ted Gullicksen

    October 14, 2014, was an awful day, the kind of awful you remember for years. I had flown down to Los Angeles that morning to speak to an audience at…

    Beat Poet Allen Ginsberg Inspired an Entire Generation

    Beat Poet Allen Ginsberg Inspired an Entire Generation

    In an era when American taste-makers applauded verse that described a doe as “a deer, a female dear,” Allen Ginsberg, just 30 years old, published his first book, Howl and…

    I Would Be Honored to Serve as Your Next Judge on the San Francisco Superior Court

    I Would Be Honored to Serve as Your Next Judge  on the San Francisco Superior Court

    By Carol Kingsley San Franciscans deserve to have the most qualified and experienced candidate possible as their next judge on the Superior Court. I aim to take my 30 plus…

    The Race for CA Assembly District 17

    The Race for CA Assembly District 17

    David Chiu: For the past six years, I have served as President of San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors. During that time, I have been honored to work with residents across…

    What Does an Unstable World Mean for the Markets?

    What Does an Unstable World Mean for the Markets?

    The past few months have seen a number of troubling situations develop around the world. Russia’s involvement in the Ukrainian conflict has continued, and recently airstrikes began against the Islamic…

    Which Car Gets Your Vote, The Kia Sorento or the Volkswagen Passat?

    Which Car Gets Your Vote,  The Kia Sorento or the Volkswagen Passat?

    Time to vote again! In both national and local races, there is the usual services vs. austerity debate. Each side found an analog in two recent test cars, the Kia…