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    Attorney Deb Kinney Advises on End-of-Life Issues This National Health Care Decision Month

    Attorney Deb Kinney Advises on End-of-Life Issues This National Health Care Decision Month

    Some of our most important decisions concern end-of-life care matters impacting ourselves and our loved ones, yet many of us avoid conversations about such topics and put off obtaining the…

    Don’t Derail Your Retirement: Watch for These 3 Risks

    Don’t Derail Your Retirement: Watch for These 3 Risks

    By Brandon Miller, CFP If you’re in or nearing retirement, you’re likely thinking about it as a time to relax, check items off your bucket list and enjoy what you’ve…

    Auto: Crossover Popularity Expressed in Two Ways

    Auto: Crossover Popularity Expressed in Two Ways

    By Philip Ruth Crossovers are like the popular crowd. In human terms, they’re the ones grabbing eyes with their intellects and physiques. Seen as the complete packages, they’re the ones…

    Curated, The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion and Rock & Roll

    Curated, The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion and Rock & Roll

    At the de Young, April 8–August 20 The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF) are pleased to announce The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion, and Rock & Roll,…

    Band, DJ or Both

    Band, DJ or Both

    By Natasha Miller Getting engaged is delightful, and full of endorphins and excitement. Then the planning starts, and that can either be fun or can turn into a bit of…

    Words: Genre Choices

    By Michele Karlsberg Michele Karlsberg: Why did you choose to write in your particular field or genre? If you write more than one, how do you balance them? Carsen Taite:…

    Student Voices: LGBTQ + History as a Road Map

    Student Voices: LGBTQ + History as a Road Map

    By Jenn Bowman (Editor’s Note: Teacher Jenn Bowman of San Francisco’s Mission High School is teaching LGBTQ Studies. In this column, Bowman’s students share their thoughts about LGBTQ-related matters, including…

    SF LGBT Center’s Groundbreaking Employment Programs Help Job Seekers and Promote Inclusive Workplaces

    SF LGBT Center’s Groundbreaking Employment Programs Help Job Seekers and Promote Inclusive Workplaces

    By Clair Farley A few years ago, Marrisa was living a life she described as “isolating” in Montana, where she had been coping with substance abuse. Determined to find a better…

    In the News: 3.23.17

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan Wave of Vandalism, Violence Hits LGBTQ Centers Across Nation In February and March, hate incidents have occurred at LGBTQ community centers and similar venues across the…

    Ann Rostow: Fait Accompli

    Ann Rostow: Fait Accompli

    By Ann Rostow Fait Accompli Here’s what I think about Neil Gorsuch. Merrick Garland unfortunately is history and we’re not going to continually block Trump’s nominee for four years. We…