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    San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus’ Brassy & Sassy

    @ Nourse Theater, 275 Hayes Street. Dr. Tim Seelig and the Chorus present their annual holiday show with a full spectrum of holiday revelry. 8pm-10:30pm and also on December 8,…

    Kids and Christmas and the Castro

    Kids and Christmas and the Castro

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– In the ever-changing landscape of our gayborhood, we see things one might not have imagined 10 or 20 years ago. Most of it is good. On…

    Artists Portal Added to the National AIDS Memorial

    Artists Portal Added to the National AIDS Memorial

    By John Cunningham and Tom Jensen– The National AIDS Memorial was conceived by a small group of San Franciscans, moved by the devastating AIDS crisis, as a living memorial to…

    Baptist Princess to Activist Mom

    Baptist Princess to Activist Mom

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– How does a bouncing baby born into Baptist royalty in the heart of Texas end up as a militantly liberal mom marching in gay pride parades…

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– Once again, the Mr. International Freedom contest brought out a stellar group of contestants, a dazzling show and a boisterous audience! This third annual sold-out contest, benefiting…

    Sister Dana sez, “When we run strong on Social Security and Medicare—not just protecting them, but improving and expanding them—progressive candidates can win in any district. Let us pray for the Blue Wave

    Sister Dana sez, “When we run strong on Social Security and Medicare—not just protecting them, but improving and expanding them—progressive candidates can win in any district. Let us pray for the Blue Wave

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “When we run strong on Social Security and Medicare—not just protecting them, but improving and expanding them—progressive candidates can win in any…

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– The Kinsey Sicks blew into town and we couldn’t miss one of their hilarious shows. Terrence Taylor joined us at the Marines’ Memorial Theatre for Things You…

    Why Should I Care About a Woman’s Right to Choose?

    Why Should I Care About a Woman’s Right to Choose?

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Pro-choice or pro-life? That’s an odd question for a gay man to pose in an LGBTQ newspaper. It’s not exactly a topic discussed at your local…

    AIDS and Me in Three Acts

    AIDS and Me in Three Acts

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Act 1: 1980s Discovery Act 2: 1990s Devastation Act 3: 2010s Dedication Prologue In a few weeks, a couple of events will bring my relationship with…

    Performing Arts Portal Planned for the National AIDS Memorial Grove

    Performing Arts Portal Planned for the National AIDS Memorial Grove

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Twenty-five years ago, through herculean efforts of San Francisco residents and Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, the National AIDS Memorial Grove (NAMG) was established in an area of…