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    Your Farmers’ Market, Your Community

    Your Farmers’ Market, Your Community

    By Debra Morris– The Castro Farmers’ Market is closed for the season, but another convenient farmers’ market remains open year-round. Visit the Divisadero Farmers’ Market on Sundays, 10 am to…

    SFGMC Legacy Thrives in Golden Gate Park

    SFGMC Legacy Thrives in Golden Gate Park

    Only three years into the life of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, AIDS burst onto the scene changing all of our lives forever. Since then, the Chorus has lost…

    The Day That I Became a Supporter of Harvey Milk

    The Day That I Became a Supporter of Harvey Milk

    By Roma Guy– It’s always special when someone who represents the best of a movement remains alive in us. Harvey Milk exemplifies such a remarkable individual. When I think of…

    Supporting ‘One Fair Wage’ with Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda in San Francisco

    Supporting ‘One Fair Wage’ with Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda in San Francisco

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– Last month, multi award-winning actresses and icons, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, visited Piccino Cafe in San Francisco to have “Coffee and Conversation” with supporters of…

    Groundbreaking ‘Fun Home’ Comes to TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

    Groundbreaking ‘Fun Home’ Comes to TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

    This month, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley is bringing trailblazing musical Fun Home to life at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts. Based on Alison Bechdel’s best-selling graphic novel memoir,…

    Smuin Ballet to Present Stellar Program Featuring Three New Works

    Smuin Ballet to Present Stellar Program Featuring Three New Works

    Smuin Contemporary Ballet’s founder should be smiling down on the company that bears his name. A passionate supporter of fostering new choreographic voices from within the company, Michael Smuin must…

    Soweto Gospel Choir to Present ‘Songs of the Free’ Honoring Nelson Mandela

    Soweto Gospel Choir to Present ‘Songs of the Free’ Honoring Nelson Mandela

    The spectacular two-time Grammy Award winning Soweto Gospel Choir (SGC) soon returns to Northern California with a special concert celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of their rainbow nation…

    Acclaimed Mezzo Jamie Barton Talks About Opera, the Castro and Teaching Leatherwork to Boy Scouts

    Acclaimed Mezzo Jamie Barton Talks About Opera, the Castro and Teaching Leatherwork to Boy Scouts

    Recordings of mezzo soprano Jamie Barton have been playing in our San Francisco Bay Times offices of late, as we are mesmerized by this supremely talented and justifiably acclaimed singer.…

    Homeless Gay Valedictorian Helps to Make the ‘Impossible Possible’ for LGBTIQ Youth

    Homeless Gay Valedictorian Helps to Make the ‘Impossible Possible’ for LGBTIQ Youth

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– We, like many other LGBTIQ people, were heartened to learn of the outpouring of financial support from the community for the Jacksonville, Florida, high…

    Gay Games 10: A World Celebration of Diversity

    Gay Games 10: A World Celebration of Diversity

    Since 1982, the Gay Games have brought together people from all walks of life, without discrimination, around the values of diversity, respect, equality, solidarity and sharing. With sport being a…

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