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    Harvey Milk Plaza Community-Selected Design Approach to Be Revealed on May 15

    Harvey Milk Plaza Community-Selected Design Approach to Be Revealed on May 15

    At the third in a series of four community meetings on April 14, Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza (FHMP) in partnership with the architecture firm Perkins Eastman presented four preliminary…

    What Really Causes Depression?

    What Really Causes Depression?

    By Tom Moon, MFT– In the late 1980s, when the Prozac family of anti-depressants became available, I saw the new drugs make dramatic changes in the lives of many people.…

    The Great Emperor and the Last God of the Romans

    The Great Emperor and the Last God of the Romans

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– It would have been the trial of the century, had there been a trial. In 130 A.D., attendants found the body of Antinous, the handsome young…

    Cult of the Machine: Precisionism and American Art

    Cult of the Machine: Precisionism and American Art

    At the de Young through August 12 Layered, complex, and deeply personal, the still lifes Gerald Murphy produced between 1921 and 1929 reflect the tensions between surface and depth, exterior…

    Dolores Huerta’s Life and Achievements Should Be Taught More in Schools

    Dolores Huerta’s Life and Achievements Should Be Taught More in Schools

    By Lyndsey Schlax– (Editor’s Note: It has just been announced that teacher Lyndsey Schlax of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts, along with Sonya Mehta and Sarah…

    Knee Pain Relief Hacks

    Knee Pain Relief Hacks

    By Cinder Ernst– When your knee(s) hurt, it’s hard to stay active. Loss of mobility is no fun and can lead to poor health and decreased well-being. I write about…

    An Uncomfortable Art

    An Uncomfortable Art

    By David Perry– The hypnotic music from my D.C. days—my 20s, the 80s—drew me across the expanse of galleries at L.A.’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA): Bronski Beat’s “Small Town…

    In the News: 4.19.2018

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan War on Data Could Erase LGBT Victims of Crime Several Bay Area organizations are expressing concern over the Department of Justice plan to stop asking 16…

    Ann Rostow: My Time of Day

    Ann Rostow: My Time of Day

    By Ann Rostow My Time of Day I’m up early this morning watching Mika and Joe, to my continuing and profound irritation. Can these two talkaholics get smugger if they…

    A House Divided: The Fair Housing Act and Kerner Commission Report 50 Years Later

    A House Divided: The Fair Housing Act and Kerner Commission Report 50 Years Later

    By Andrea Shorter 1968. Just saying “1968” floods the mind, body, and spirit with memories of one of the most unforgettable periods in American history. If you were “there” in…