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    Kipper Clothiers Specializes in Custom Clothing for the LGBT Community

    Kipper Clothiers Specializes in Custom Clothing for the LGBT Community

    Kipper Clothiers is a new San Francisco-based design firm offering custom clothing for our community, and especially for women seeking fine tailored menswear. The Bay Times recently caught up with…

    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…

    Sochi Olympics: Going for Human Rights Gold

    Sochi Olympics: Going for Human Rights Gold

    The 2014 Winter Olympics, set for February 7-23 in the Russian city of Sochi, are about to begin this weekend. The XXII Games will go on, despite appeals for boycott…

    Queer Lifespace Provides Mental Health and Substance Abuse Care

    Queer Lifespace Provides Mental Health  and Substance Abuse Care

    Have you heard of Queer Lifespace? Have you seen their beautiful new office, full of calming energy, on 2275 Market Street (right next door to Books Inc)? They have been…

    In the February 6, 2014 issue: Featuring a word form our Mayor, a reflection on the tenth anniversary of SF permitting same-sex couples to marry, thoughts on the repression of…

    Lunar New Year: Mayor’s Vision for the Coming Months

    Special to the Bay Times The Year of the Horse is a time for setting our sights on the future and committing to efforts that continue our progress together. We…

    Love and Justice: A Celebration of Marriage Equality in California

    This Valentine’s Day week marks the tenth anniversary of San Francisco permitting same-sex couples to marry. While the road has been long and winding, those first weddings here a decade…

    Time to Protest Rising Repression of the LGBTQ Community in Russia

    Time to Protest Rising Repression of the LGBTQ Community in Russia

    By Masha Penkova Russia is currently in the spotlight as the host country for the Olympics. But this is not the only reason why we should be paying attention. Rising…

    The Legacy of Morgan and Mizner

    The Legacy of Morgan and Mizner

    I have long been fascinated by the work of Julia Morgan and Addison Mizner, two Bay Area architects who made an indelible mark on the architecture of California and Florida…

    Your First “Date” With Your Officiant

    Your First “Date” With Your Officiant

    This coming weekend I’m going to be at Gay Vanity Fair, which will be a huge LGBT wedding expo. It will be at a fancy venue with lots of top-notch…