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    Pride 50 Is Not What We’d Hoped For, But It Gives Us Hope

    Pride 50 Is Not What We’d Hoped For, But It Gives Us Hope

    By Fred Lopez– This was supposed to be a full-on celebratory Pride month, but 2020 had other plans.  While SF Pride had to cancel our in-person events in the wake…

    The Gay Gourmet: How to Make the Perfect Negroni

    The Gay Gourmet: How to Make the Perfect Negroni

    David Landis, aka “The Gay Gourmet,” shares how to make the perfect Negroni.…

    White Folks – Get Onboard or Get Out of the Way

    White Folks – Get Onboard or Get Out of the Way

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– I was horrified by the recent deaths (murders) of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and those that came before them. I cannot imagine the anguish…

    First San Francisco Bay Times Cover Featured Tom Ammiano, Author of New Memoir

    First San Francisco Bay Times Cover Featured Tom Ammiano, Author of New Memoir

    It is a little-known fact that the first cover of the San Francisco Bay Times featured former state assemblyman and San Francisco supervisor Tom Ammiano. One reason is because Ammiano…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “Too often stories of genuine kindness…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “Too often stories of genuine kindness…”

    By Donna Sachet– Too often stories of genuine kindness, heartfelt empathy, and simple giving that this global pandemic has spawned are lost in the flood of news about personal greed,…

    Reopening of California Begins

    Reopening of California Begins

    California Governor Gavin Newsom on May 4 announced that based on the state’s progress in meeting certain metrics tied to COVID-19 related indicators, the state on Friday, May 8, could…

    About Our Cover

    About Our Cover

    “I may think I have inalienable rights to be alive and happy, but I don’t—life is a blessing.” —Terrence McNally (1938–2020) The coronavirus pandemic has put many of us into…

    The Loss of a ‘Lyon’: Phyllis Lyon November 10, 1924 – April 9, 2020

    The Loss of a ‘Lyon’: Phyllis Lyon November 10, 1924 – April 9, 2020

    By Kate Kendell– Fearless lesbian activist icon Phyllis Lyon died peacefully at her home in San Francisco on April 9 of natural causes. She was 95. Few individuals contributed more to…

    San Francisco LGBTQ Community Leaders Address the Coronavirus Crisis

    San Francisco LGBTQ Community Leaders Address the Coronavirus Crisis

    “Lately I feel like we’re all living in a really badly produced disaster flick.” —Cleve Jones, March 5, 2020 LGBTQ community leaders, such as Cleve Jones, were among the first…

    Stock Incentives Can Be a Pot of Gold, If You’re Smart

    Stock Incentives Can Be a Pot of Gold, If You’re Smart

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– I’m not sure how many leprechauns live in the Bay Area, but many people seem to have found the pots of gold the wee folk are…

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