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    Off the Wahl: Sobriety Cinema

    By Jan Wahl– This is a tough time to stay sober. But what isn’t? As some truly great movies and documentaries show us, it is a challenging journey, yet one…

    Sport Coupe or Crossover?

    Sport Coupe or Crossover?

    By Philip Ruth– Got $39,000? Then you can buy the average new car. “Sticker shock” comes to mind, which is ironic when you consider that phrase was first coined in…

    A Film to Make You Melt for Valentine’s Day

    A Film to Make You Melt for Valentine’s Day

    By Gary Kramer– The passionate Chilean romance The Strong Ones, now out on demand and DVD, is cozy Valentine’s Day viewing. Writer/director Omar Zúñiga Hidalgo expands his terrific 2015 short,…

    Sister Dana sez, “Every year I question why do we make such a big deal over VALENTINE’S DAY?”

    Sister Dana sez, “Every year I question why do we make such a big deal over VALENTINE’S DAY?”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun– Sister Dana sez, “Every year I question why do we make such a big deal over VALENTINE’S DAY? A day named…

    Jewelle Gomez: Leave Signs

    Jewelle Gomez: Leave Signs

    By Jewelle Gomez– (Editor’s Note: We are proud to welcome to the San Francisco Bay Times renowned author, poet, critic, and playwright Jewelle Gomez. She is the author of eight…

    Coming Out Stories: ‘You’re Gay Too!’

    Coming Out Stories: ‘You’re Gay Too!’

    By Lamont Bransfords-Young (aka DJ Lamont)– I was an extremely introverted teenager. In public environments I would just stand and look at the world as though I were watching a…

    The Importance of Electoral Politics in Social Change Movements

    The Importance of Electoral Politics in Social Change Movements

    By Mandy Carter– I wonder how many of us could ever have thought that we would have our first-ever woman, and woman of color, as our vice-president? I sure didn’t…

    SF Pride Plans for 2021 Revealed by Executive Director Fred Lopez

    SF Pride Plans for 2021 Revealed by Executive Director Fred Lopez

    Nearly a year ago today, San Francisco Mayor London Breed along with Supervisor Rafael Mandelman, San Francisco Pride, the Office of Transgender Initiatives, and other city officials kicked off what…

    Giving: It Feels So Good

    Giving: It Feels So Good

    By Liam P. Mayclem– “When you learn, teach. When you get, give.” —Maya Angelou Donate here, give to this, volunteer for that event: our inboxes are bombarded daily with requests…

    Brett Andrews of PRC Talks About Black History Month

    Brett Andrews of PRC Talks About Black History Month

    Brianne Miller of Landis Communications, Inc. (LCI) recently interviewed Brett Andrews, CEO of San Francisco’s Positive Resource Center (PRC) and a former San Francisco Bay Times columnist, about Black History…

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