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    The Castro Animal Hospital Brings San Francisco Values to Groundbreaking Veterinary Practice

    The Castro Animal Hospital Brings San Francisco Values to Groundbreaking Veterinary Practice

    By Jason Wake– All of us at The Castro Animal Hospital (TCAH) are incredibly excited to be part of the community and to get to know you and your pets.…

    Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Celebrate Their 40th Anniversary

    Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Celebrate Their 40th Anniversary

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence– Nuns from All Over the World Assemble for Momentous Easter Party– The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence will mark our 40th (RUBY)…

    Welcome to Soirée 2019!

    Welcome to Soirée 2019!

    On behalf of the board, I’m delighted to welcome you to our 17th (!) Soirée! This event is near and dear to my heart because I started volunteering with the…

    60th Anniversary of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater to Be Celebrated at UC Berkeley

    60th Anniversary of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater to Be Celebrated at UC Berkeley

    Cal Performances at UC Berkeley will welcome back the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater—currently celebrating its 60th anniversary—for its annual campus residency. The performances, from April 9–14 in Zellerbach Hall,…

    Gay Liberation Now! 50 Years of Stonewall

    Gay Liberation Now! 50 Years of Stonewall

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– Shortly before midnight on June 27, 1969, four police officers and two undercover agents entered the Stonewall Inn, a local bar popular in the predominantly gay…

    Dan Ashley’s Rock The CASA: Five Years of Helping Bay Area Children in Need

    Dan Ashley’s Rock The CASA: Five Years of Helping Bay Area Children in Need

    One of the most magical and memorable events of late winter is Dan Ashley’s Rock The CASA, an evening of music benefiting children in need. This year’s fundraiser, which will…

    Report from City Hall

    Report from City Hall

    By Supervisor Rafael Mandelman– Happy February, Bay Times readers! As a former columnist for this fine publication, it is a special treat to be able to report back on some…

    From Itinerant Chorus to Finding Home

    From Itinerant Chorus to Finding Home

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Most residents of San- Francisco hail from somewhere other than the city. Since its founding, the Bay Area has been a landing spot for people from…

    The Rainbow Wave and the Most Diverse U.S. Congress Ever

    The Rainbow Wave and the Most Diverse U.S. Congress Ever

    History was made on January 3 as ten openly LGBTQ individuals were sworn into the U.S. Congress: two in the Senate and eight in the House. The prior record was…

    Mayor Breed Signs Legislation Making the Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band ‘The Official Band of San Francisco’

    Mayor Breed Signs Legislation Making the Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band ‘The Official Band of San Francisco’

    On December 18, in what had to be one of the most festive, uplifting and enjoyable signing ceremonies ever held at City Hall, Mayor London Breed signed into law legislation…