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    Buy a Purse: Change a Life!

    Buy a Purse: Change a Life!

    “Buy a Purse: Change a Life!” is the fun-and-fashion-filled challenge coming at the 15th Annual “This Old Bag” Gala to be held on Friday, October 25, at San Francisco’s Fairmont…

    Judy Hits All the Notes and Zellweger Masks Film’s Flaws

    Judy Hits All the Notes and Zellweger Masks Film’s Flaws

    By Gary Kramer– As Judy Garland, in the last year of her life, Renée Zellweger gives a knockout performance in Judy, an uneven biopic that focuses on her London concerts…

    Shanti Project 45th Anniversary: Celebrating a Legacy of Compassion

    Shanti Project 45th Anniversary: Celebrating a Legacy of Compassion

    By Kaushik Roy– 2019 marks Shanti Project’s 45th Anniversary, and as we celebrate our unique legacy of compassion in San Francisco and beyond, I believe, more than ever, that the…

    Oakland Pride All Week Long for the Parade and Festival’s 10th Year

    Oakland Pride All Week Long for the Parade and Festival’s 10th Year

    Northern California’s second largest pride parade and festival is Oakland Pride, which this year will be celebrating its 10th Anniversary! The event has grown tremendously since it was first celebrated…

    Secrets to the Enduring Success of Greens Restaurant and Chez Panisse

    Secrets to the Enduring Success of Greens Restaurant and Chez Panisse

    As part of its star chef-studded 40th Anniversary Dinner Series, Greens Restaurant recently featured Alice Waters of Chez Panisse, a restaurant that is in its 48th year. There are many…

    6.9 Earthquake Could Not Stop Trailblazing Sportscaster Suzyn Waldman

    6.9 Earthquake Could Not Stop Trailblazing Sportscaster Suzyn Waldman

    “Focusing your life solely on making a buck shows a certain poverty of ambition. It asks too little of yourself. Because it’s only when you hitch your wagon to something…

    Trevor Hailey’s Legacy Thrives in the Castro

    Trevor Hailey’s Legacy Thrives in the Castro

    It is hard to imagine Castro Street without its iconic rainbow flag, but when Trevor Hailey (1941–2007) created Cruisin’ the Castro walking tours, such symbols of the LGBTQ community were…

    Talking ‘Bout a Revolution…

    Talking ‘Bout a Revolution…

    By Kate Kendell, Esq. (Editor’s Note: For this Pride 2019 edition of the San Francisco Bay Times, we are honored to introduce Kate Kendell, Esq., as a new columnist. A…

    Serving Up FRESH Transgender and Queer Performance: FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL is a Pride Highlight

    Serving Up FRESH Transgender and Queer Performance: FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL is a Pride Highlight

    San Francisco’s wildly popular FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL of transgender and queer performance returns next week, featuring transgender theater trailblazers, world champion bachata dancers, vogue superstars, a queer retro boy band,…

    My 18 Best Travel Tips After Three Decades of Traveling the World

    My 18 Best Travel Tips After Three Decades of Traveling the World

    By Jill Cruse– Let me start out by saying that I have never been one of those who could just pack a carry-on to travel for two weeks. My hat…

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