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    Gone to the Dogs

    Gone to the Dogs

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– What did you do on your summer vacation? Oh wait, that was not a summer and it wasn’t a vacation. It was a spring, summer, fall,…

    Poetry: Necessary Bread

    Poetry: Necessary Bread

    By Jewelle Gomez– “I think that I shall never see/A poem as lovely as a tree.” What a strange way to enter the world of poetry, but that poem was…

    Palette: Where Culinary Creations Collide with Design and Art

    Palette: Where Culinary Creations Collide with Design and Art

    By David Landis– When it comes to the quality of food at San Francisco’s restaurants, we’re pretty much #1 in America (maybe the world). We claim such top-name chefs as…

    The Oscars: They Matter … and They’re Fun!

    The Oscars: They Matter … and They’re Fun!

    By Jan Wahl– The 93rd Academy Awards honor films released between January 1, 2020, to February 28, 2021. During that time, many of us didn’t go out to the movies…

    Four Queer Shorts Screening at This Year’s San Francisco Greek Film Festival

    Four Queer Shorts Screening at This Year’s San Francisco Greek Film Festival

    By Gary M. Kramer– There are still a few more days to watch films screening at the 18th Annual San Francisco Greek Film Festival, which ends April 25. The more…

    Sister Dana sez, “Mother’s Day is May 9…”

    Sister Dana sez, “Mother’s Day is May 9…”

    Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun– By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “Mother’s Day is May 9. May I be the first to wish all you mothers and drag…

    Comedian D’yan Forest: I Did It My Ways

    Comedian D’yan Forest: I Did It My Ways

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: D’yan Forest has always done things her way—or her ways because she’s lived a dozen different lives. Being a desperate Boston housewife, a New York nightclub…

    Margaret Cho Gives a Voice to the ‘Mortal Minority’ in New Project

    Margaret Cho Gives a Voice to the ‘Mortal Minority’ in New Project

    Through hard work and seemingly endless talent, Margaret Cho has earned success as a comedian, actor, musician, entrepreneur, and artist. With so much accomplishment in her creative life, the San…

    Signs of the Times for Asian Americans

    Signs of the Times for Asian Americans

    By Robert Holgate and Jennifer Kroot– Kung Food is a popular, cozy Chinese restaurant on McAllister Street, at Divisadero. Recently, several handwritten, angry signs appeared in the front windows, so…

    Dykes with Drills: Hacks for Stripped Screws

    Dykes with Drills: Hacks for Stripped Screws

    By Julie Peri– Stripped screws are one of the challenges that you may encounter when building with wood. If a screw strips when it is halfway into a piece of…

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