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    Remembering Stu Smith, Tenants Rising, City College Update and More

    Remembering Stu Smith, Tenants Rising, City College Update and More

    I’ll admit it. I have trouble letting go. But saying good-bye to Stu Smith, who died on February 3, has been especially tough. Stu’s death was awfully fast, coming less…

    Smart Moves for Retirement Relocation

    Smart Moves for Retirement Relocation

    Retirement opens the door for many retirees to consider a change in residence. Here are answers to questions about the financial implications of relocation at this stage in life. Q:…

    When It Rains, It Pours

    By Ann Rostow Back in the day, before beluga caviar soared to a couple hundred dollars an ounce, I used to indulge. My father always bought me caviar for breakfast…

    A Love Letter to Shanti

    A Love Letter to Shanti

    HIV was ravaging the community here in San Francisco and around the world, and when I got the results that decreed me infected back in 1988, I assumed, like all…

    A Remembrance of Stu Smith and his Legacy of Service

    A Remembrance of Stu Smith and his Legacy of Service

    By Kaushik Roy With the passing of Stu Smith on February 3rd, San Francisco’s LGBT, HIV, and Recovery communities lost one of their iconic members and leaders. Words are inadequate…

    Tribute to Stu Smith

    Tribute to Stu Smith

    Remembering Gwen Avery: Great Soul, Great Singer

    Remembering Gwen Avery: Great Soul, Great Singer

    Gwen Avery, the amazing and powerful African-American blues singer who gave so much to the Bay Area lesbian community, died unexpectedly from complications of gall-bladder surgery on January 31 at…

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    Boise, ID – State Police Cite 44 for Trespassing After “Add the Words’’ Protest Blocks Senate – 2.3 Frustrated after eight years of rejection, a group of “Add the Words”…

    Building Connections Is the Key to Healthy Aging

    Building Connections Is the Key to Healthy Aging

    Connection to community is the number-one predictor of health and well-being for older adults. No matter your income level, cultural background, degree of mobility or living arrangement, it is the…

    Sochi Olympics: Going for Human Rights Gold

    Sochi Olympics: Going for Human Rights Gold

    The 2014 Winter Olympics, set for February 7-23 in the Russian city of Sochi, are about to begin this weekend. The XXII Games will go on, despite appeals for boycott…