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    Eco-Friendly Cars That Offer Quirky, Fun Rides in Challenging San Francisco

    Eco-Friendly Cars That Offer Quirky, Fun Rides in Challenging San Francisco

    By Philip Ruth San Francisco is a demanding place to test drive new cars. The crazy hills get steeper at every turn, and the traffic’s rapid pace rewards agility and…

    Words: Toxicity Kills Creativity

    By Michele Karlsberg Michele Karlsberg: For this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times, I present a guest article written by Isabella, who is a trailblazing publisher and author of…

    Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire

    Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire

    At the de Young through February 11, 2018 The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF) are pleased to premiere Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire, the first major…

    Fall Non-Profit Spotlight

    Fall Non-Profit Spotlight

    Horizons Foundation’s Now and Forever Campaign Has an Ambitious, Yet Possible, Goal –By Audrey Koh, M.D.– As a young adult, I barely even heard the word “lesbian.” There was little…

    In the News: 9.21.2017

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan City Seeks Answers After Murder of Popular LGBTQ DJ Anthony ‘Bubbles’ Torres “The San Francisco Police Department is working vigorously to solve the homicide case of…

    Ann Rostow: Unconscious in Seattle

    Ann Rostow: Unconscious in Seattle

    By Ann Rostow– Unconscious in Seattle Before we start our bimonthly examination of GLBT news and views, I wonder what you readers think of the guy that knocked the crazy…

    A Love Affair with Edie Windsor

    A Love Affair with Edie Windsor

    By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis Although we met Edie Windsor only once, we’ll never forget the moment. It was on the steps of the United States Supreme Court back…

    Oakland Stands Up to DACA Threats with New Resolution

    Oakland Stands Up to DACA Threats with New Resolution

    By Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland City Councilmember At-Large As the Trump administration prepares to wind down the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, I am proud to announce that my…

    California Advances LGBT Rights as Nation Struggles with Equality

    California Advances LGBT Rights as Nation Struggles with Equality

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting The protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month revealed a sad fact—not all Americans believe in equality and justice for all. We subsequently saw the President defend…

    Speaking Up for Title IX in the Age of Trump

    Speaking Up for Title IX in the Age of Trump

    By Andrea Shorter This has been a time of cutting through a lot of “noise.” There’s the noise about a White House press secretary alarmingly deeming it a “fireable offense”…