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    Nunny Honey Bear Suddenly Appears at Powerhouse

    Nunny Honey Bear Suddenly Appears at Powerhouse

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– The Sister Honey Bear Mural appeared on the Powerhouse wall in the SoMa neighborhood on the day before Easter Sunday. A flock of nuns of…

    We Hear You Knocking, Sister Park Cannon

    We Hear You Knocking, Sister Park Cannon

    By Andrea Shorter– With the opening of the trial of the century underway, including the emotional testimonials of affected, traumatized witnesses to the horrific homicide of George Floyd at the…

    Supporting Mayor Breed’s Highly Qualified Nominee for Highly Specialized Commission Seat

    By Sophia Andary, Louise Fischer, Lisa Williams, and Cyn Wang– As diverse colleagues who work individually, and collaboratively for representation, diversity, and inclusion, we support Mayor London Breed’s nomination of…

    Letting Go

    Letting Go

    By Jennifer Kroot– On March 28th, philanthropist Al Baum passed away at home. His husband Robert Holgate was by his side, along with dear friends Brigette Scheel and Steve Shimmon.…

    Xulhaz Mannan: ‘We Belong to This World’

    Xulhaz Mannan: ‘We Belong to This World’

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– Five years ago this month, on April 25, 2016, terrorists disguised as deliverymen arrived at the apartment of LGBT activist Xulhaz Mannan in Dhaka, the capital…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “That promising glint of light…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “That promising glint of light…”

    By Donna Sachet– That promising glint of light at the end of this long and winding tunnel of COVID-19 was on full display in the Castro over the past few…

    Sean Dorsey Dance Performs for You ‘AT-HOME’ April 16–18

    Sean Dorsey Dance Performs for You ‘AT-HOME’ April 16–18

    The Arts, like all aspects of American life, have been turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic. “For dancers, our body is our instrument—as are touch, partnering, and sharing breath,”…

    Who Says There’s Nothing to Watch?

    Who Says There’s Nothing to Watch?

    By Jan Wahl– From theatrical releases to Netflix to everything available by asking YouTube or Google, there are wonderful choices for quality, fun, or incredibly cool entertainment. Here are just…

    Sister Dana sez, “Thoughts and prayers are lovely after mass shootings, but…”

    Sister Dana sez, “Thoughts and prayers are lovely after mass shootings, but…”

    Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun– By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “Thoughts and prayers are lovely after mass shootings, but 65% of Americans want stricter gun controls; and…

    LGBT Highlights from the SF Film Fest

    LGBT Highlights from the SF Film Fest

    By Gary M. Kramer– The San Francisco International Film Festival opens April 9 with a screening of the dramatic thriller Naked Singularity, and closes on April 18 with a screening…

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