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    Ed Decker and His Team Have Reinvented The New Conservatory Theater Center

    Ed Decker and His Team Have Reinvented The New Conservatory Theater Center

    By Jennifer Kroot and Robert Holgate– Ed Decker is the Founder and Artistic Director of The New Conservatory Theater Center (NCTC) in San Francisco. Since 1981, NCTC has presented high…

    Herbert Howe and Ramón Novarro: A Hollywood Love Story

    Herbert Howe and Ramón Novarro: A Hollywood Love Story

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– Theirs was one of the great romances of the golden age of the silent screen. The movie-going public, however, who then wanted to know everything about…

    From Fedoras to Cloches to Cowboys: Hats!

    From Fedoras to Cloches to Cowboys: Hats!

    By Jan Wahl– It takes guts to wear a fabulous hat. Or, they may just be a cool way not to have to style your hair. I’ve always loved them.…

    Two Crossovers for Off-Roading

    Two Crossovers for Off-Roading

    By Philip Ruth– Credentials can take a long time to develop. In the case of developing a crossover that could do some serious off-roading, the brands we’ll check out this…

    Two Lesbian Dramas Available for Streaming This Month

    Two Lesbian Dramas Available for Streaming This Month

    By Gary Kramer– Two lesbian dramas set in the past—one stirring, the other enervating—are available on demand this month. The World to Come is a beguiling film set in upstate…

    Sister Dana sez, “Happy St. Patrick’s Day (March 17)!”

    Sister Dana sez, “Happy St. Patrick’s Day (March 17)!”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “Happy St. Patrick’s Day (March 17)! Even though I’m Irish and will surely drink green beer and Irish whiskey on that day, I still…

    Trailblazing Winemaker Theodora Lee and the Little Grape That Could

    Trailblazing Winemaker Theodora Lee and the Little Grape That Could

    By Liam P. Mayclem– “My Papa told me, ‘Be the best you can be, whatever it is; a garbage collector, be the best at it; a nurse, be the best.…

    Sally Gearhart Recognized in Documentary Film-in-Progress

    Sally Gearhart Recognized in Documentary Film-in-Progress

    In 2014, while shooting a short documentary about lesbians and aging, Bay Area filmmaker Deborah Craig stumbled across octogenarian Sally Gearhart living alone in a remote and ramshackle cabin in…

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