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    Five Pantry Upgrades to Instantly Elevate Quarantine Cooking

    Five Pantry Upgrades to Instantly Elevate Quarantine Cooking

    By David Landis– The Gay Gourmet– Let’s face it. Seven months into the pandemic and we’re all going stir crazy. Don’t get me wrong. I love my husband (we just…

    The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care

    The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care

    By Suzanne Falter– (Editor’s Note: Lesbian author and podcaster Suzanne Falter is an expert at getting others “Back to Happy.” That is the title of her new podcast—available at iTunes…

    Jean Malin: Broadway’s Queen of Queens

    Jean Malin: Broadway’s Queen of Queens

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– Some years after it happened, the nationally syndicated columnist Dorothy Kilgallen told her readers about a fight in a Greenwich Village club in 1928 or 1929.…

    Sister Dana sez, “Not surprising at all…”

    Sister Dana sez, “Not surprising at all…”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun– Sister Dana sez, “Not surprising at all, the Republican National Convention did not feature LGBTQ people—let alone issues of importance…

    LGBTQ+ Financial Services Firm Honored for 20 Years of Diversity & Inclusion

    LGBTQ+ Financial Services Firm Honored for 20 Years of Diversity & Inclusion

    San Francisco-based Brio Financial Group, during the firm’s 20th Anniversary year, was selected as a finalist for the prestigious InvestmentNews‘ Excellence in Diversity & Inclusion Awards. Judges for the honor…

    Political Movies That Matter

    Political Movies That Matter

    By Jan Wahl– Movies that satirize, examine, or even celebrate politics have always been on the cinematic scene, from Citizen Kane to Seven Days in May to The Kingmaker to…

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