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    Want to Be a Better Investor? Think Like a Woman

    Want to Be a Better Investor? Think Like a Woman

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– March is Women’s History Month. Like Black History Month, it seems sad that so many people have been erased from U.S. history that we have to…

    Mental Health Services Needed to Treat Emotional Distress During the Pandemic

    Mental Health Services Needed to Treat Emotional Distress During the Pandemic

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– Jan is a 71-year-old lesbian and a diabetic. She lives alone and prides herself on her independence. She is quick to tell you she is a happily…

    The Profits of Poverty (Part 2)

    The Profits of Poverty (Part 2)

    By Derek Barnes– In last month’s column, we looked at political and economic systems that create the conditions that have institutionalized poverty for over 50M people in the U.S. Let’s…

    Castro Farmers’ Market Re-opens on March 17!

    Castro Farmers’ Market Re-opens on March 17!

    By Debra Morris– The Castro Farmers’ Market is back for the season! Stop by and pick up your greens on March 17—St. Patrick’s Day!—and welcome all your favorite farmers and…

    Herbert Howe and Ramón Novarro: A Hollywood Love Story

    Herbert Howe and Ramón Novarro: A Hollywood Love Story

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– Theirs was one of the great romances of the golden age of the silent screen. The movie-going public, however, who then wanted to know everything about…

    From Fedoras to Cloches to Cowboys: Hats!

    From Fedoras to Cloches to Cowboys: Hats!

    By Jan Wahl– It takes guts to wear a fabulous hat. Or, they may just be a cool way not to have to style your hair. I’ve always loved them.…

    Two Crossovers for Off-Roading

    Two Crossovers for Off-Roading

    By Philip Ruth– Credentials can take a long time to develop. In the case of developing a crossover that could do some serious off-roading, the brands we’ll check out this…

    Sally Gearhart Recognized in Documentary Film-in-Progress

    Sally Gearhart Recognized in Documentary Film-in-Progress

    In 2014, while shooting a short documentary about lesbians and aging, Bay Area filmmaker Deborah Craig stumbled across octogenarian Sally Gearhart living alone in a remote and ramshackle cabin in…

    Ann Rostow: Once More unto the Breach

    Ann Rostow: Once More unto the Breach

    By Ann Rostow– Once More unto the Breach— As this issue goes to press, the House is poised to pass our signature civil rights legislation, the Equality Act, for a…

    Mission Control: All Systems A-Go to Land the Equality Act

    Mission Control: All Systems A-Go to Land the Equality Act

    By Andrea Shorter– Now that NASA has successfully landed the Perseverance rover on Mars in further search of other intelligent or not so intelligent life forms, perhaps we can now…