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    Building an Age and Dementia Friendly California

    Building an Age and Dementia Friendly California

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– I am proud and honored to announce that I have been invited by Governor Newsom and former California First Lady Maria Shriver to join the Governor’s…

    Frameline Announces New Executive Director

    Frameline, the presenter of the San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival, the world’s largest and longest-running queer film festival, on August 20 announced the appointment of James Woolley as Executive…

    Donna’s Chronicles: Traditions are an integral part of human life, giving us a certain comforting structure, an annual calendar of sorts, and creating shared experiences with those we love.

    Donna’s Chronicles: Traditions are an integral part of human life, giving us a certain comforting structure, an annual calendar of sorts, and creating shared experiences with those we love.

    By Donna Sachet– Traditions are an integral part of human life, giving us a certain comforting structure, an annual calendar of sorts, and creating shared experiences with those we love.…

    Overheard at Greens Restaurant

    Overheard at Greens Restaurant

    We were delighted this week to see the return of Leah Garchik to the San Francisco Chronicle. Her column “Public Eavesdropping” has at last returned to the Datebook! One of…

    Celebrate Farmers’ Market Month!

    By Debra Morris– We’re celebrating farmers, community, farmers’ markets and you, our farmers’ market supporters, this month! Farmers’ Market Week this year was officially August 4 through 10, but we’re…

    Vision Portraits: An Impressive Documentary by Gay Filmmaker Rodney Evans

    Vision Portraits: An Impressive Documentary by Gay Filmmaker Rodney Evans

    By Gary Kramer– Vision Portraits, opening August 30 in the Bay Area, is out gay writer-director Rodney Evans’ remarkable documentary about visually-impaired artists. Evans uses his own experiences of losing…

    This Is Not Berlin Is a Queer and Worthwhile Coming of Age Drama

    This Is Not Berlin Is a Queer and Worthwhile Coming of Age Drama

    By Gary Kramer– This Is Not Berlin, opening August 30 in the Bay Area, is director/co-writer Hari Sama’s immersive and semi-autobiographical drama about two friends, Carlos (Xabiani Ponce de León)…

    The Other Way Out

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: This excerpt is from “The Other Way Out” in Stella Maris: And Other Key West Stories by Michael Carroll published by Turtle Point Press: I WANTED to be your…

    Sister Dana sez, “Fraudulent Trump has now surpassed the 12,000 mark in making false or misleading claims in just 928 days of stealing the presidency. Liar, liar, country on fire!”

    Sister Dana sez, “Fraudulent Trump has now surpassed the 12,000 mark in making false or misleading claims in just 928 days of stealing the presidency. Liar, liar, country on fire!”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– sez, “Fraudulent Trump has now surpassed the 12,000 mark in making false or misleading claims in just 928 days of stealing the presidency. Liar, liar,…

    Bay Area Ace Realtor: Delores “Deedee” Rogers

    Bay Area Ace Realtor: Delores “Deedee” Rogers

    If you have ever been to a “Betty’s List” event or participated in the San Francisco Bay Times Pride Parade contingent, then you probably know Delores “Dedee” Rogers. She has…

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