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April Artist-in-Residence Tim Roseborough

April Artist-in-Residence Tim Roseborough

(Editor’s Note: The Bay Times is proud to launch a new column highlighting artists, exhibitions and more from the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. The FAMS, comprising the de…

Audra Mae’s talent is so raw and real that she literally can stop you in your tracks. She is the powerful voice heard in Avicii’s “Addicted to You,” now playing…

Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe and Lake George American artist Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) seemed to have a love-hate relationship with feminism. She once exclaimed, “I am not a woman painter!” and…

Soprano Saxophonist Tony Bragano Lulls Listeners Into Sweet Surrender

Soprano Saxophonist Tony Bragano Lulls Listeners Into Sweet Surrender

As a performing artist in the wonderful city of San Francisco and the Bay Area, I get the ultimate pleasure to meet and perform with many extremely talented individuals. There…

Exclusive in this issue San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver reaches out to the LGBT community. We get to know Chris today as he prepares for a come back after…

Summit Highlights Castro Dichotomy

Summit Highlights Castro Dichotomy

By Commissioner Leslie Katz (Editor’s Note: The recent “Lesbians Who Tech” summit, held February 7–March 2 at the Castro Theatre, focused on increasing visibility and tech participation in two historically…

Honoring the Legacy of Stu Smith

Today we mourn the loss of one of the most compassionate and beloved members of our community, Stu Smith. He left behind an inimitable legacy of lives touched, and he…

In the February 20, 2014 issue: This edition of the Bay Times pays tribute to our beloved columnist and dear friend, Stu Smith, who passed away recently. Many of you─like…

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…

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…

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