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    Golden Gate Park Helped Me Fall in Love with San Francisco All Over Again

    Golden Gate Park Helped Me Fall in Love with San Francisco All Over Again

    By Liam P. Mayclem– As we come out from our quarantine bubbles and breathe the fresh San Francisco air, maskless, once again we are rediscovering the city we love to…

    Hot Summer Reads and the Jewish Film Festival

    Hot Summer Reads and the Jewish Film Festival

    By Jan Wahl– How fabulous to be able to kick back and enjoy a juicy summer read. I tend toward non-fiction, stories about real people and really big, outrageous lives. …

    Opposites Connect in Eytan Fox’s Gay Israeli Drama Sublet

    Opposites Connect in Eytan Fox’s Gay Israeli Drama Sublet

    By Gary M. Kramer– Out gay filmmaker Eytan Fox’s poignant dramady Sublet, now out on DVD, has The New York Times travel writer Michael (John Benjamin Hickey) arriving in Tel…

    Donna’s Chronicles, No Pride Parade?

    Donna’s Chronicles, No Pride Parade?

    By Donna Sachet– No Pride Parade? No Civic Center Celebration? How could we celebrate SF Pride? Once again, this community proved that it knows how! The last week of June…

    Joseph Beam: ‘In the Life’

    Joseph Beam: ‘In the Life’

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– When Joseph Beam published In the Life: A Black Gay Anthology in 1986, the visionary writer and gay rights activist hoped to provide Black gay men…

    The Fight for Voter Rights Is for ‘We, the People,’ and That Includes Us

    The Fight for Voter Rights Is for ‘We, the People,’ and That Includes Us

    By Andrea Shorter– “Earlier today, we heard the beginning of the Preamble to the Constitution of the United States: ‘We, the people.’ It’s a very eloquent beginning. But when that…

    On Being an Athletic Girl and Sportswoman

    On Being an Athletic Girl and Sportswoman

    By Jamie Leno Zimron– As part of Women’s History Month this past March, Evo Sports held a Zoom meeting with women athletes that left all the men hushed, some in…

    San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Artistic Director & Conductor Dr. Tim Seelig to Retire After Season 44

    San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Artistic Director & Conductor Dr. Tim Seelig to Retire After Season 44

    Following 10 seasons as Artistic Director and Conductor of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC), Dr. Tim Seelig will retire at the conclusion of SFGMC’s Season 44 in 2022,…

    Tim Seelig Reflects on the Past Decade with SFGMC and Reveals Future Plans

    Tim Seelig Reflects on the Past Decade with SFGMC and Reveals Future Plans

    Dr. Tim Seelig’s talent, charisma, and sheer life force are unmistakable, immeasurable. When he steps in front of the mighty San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus to conduct, the impact on…

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