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    Roe v. Wade v. Me

    Roe v. Wade v. Me

    By Jewelle Gomez– It’s disturbing to think and write about my first girlfriend, my older male lover, and my teenaged abortion. I lived the complexity of being a teenaged lesbian…

    Alone in a Crowd

    Alone in a Crowd

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– In one of the many parts of my life, I am fortunate enough to speak to various groups across the country and now via Zoom. The…

    Dykes on Bikes: Tales from Two Wheels – Melissa Cherry

    Dykes on Bikes: Tales from Two Wheels – Melissa Cherry

    “Are you with the Dykes on Bikes?” I ride what I consider a quintessential “biker’s bike.” It just has a certain look about it. It’s decidedly old school, no creature…

    The Best of Old and New

    The Best of Old and New

    By Philip Ruth– Where has it been, and where is it going? The ever-changing auto industry is always coming up with new answers to those questions, as what seemed fancy…

    San Francisco Legacy Business Reception at Finnegans Wake

    San Francisco Legacy Business Reception at Finnegans Wake

    Photos by Sarah Gonzalez As part of its celebration of Small Business Week, the City of San Francisco’s Office of Small Business hosted an in-person networking reception, Our San Francisco…

    GGBA Ambassadors Committee Kick-Off Party & Mega Make Contact

    GGBA Ambassadors Committee Kick-Off Party & Mega Make Contact

    Photos by Rink San Francisco Bay Times lead photographer Rink has been documenting activities of the Golden Gate Business Association (GGBA) since the organization’s founding in 1974. On April 27…

    Castro Theatre to Mark 100th Birthday with Week of Classic Films June 3–12 Curated by Decade

    100 years ago next month, San Francisco’s Nasser family opened the Castro Theatre: an event that came to define an era and a neighborhood. A century on, it is the…

    Stuff Matters

    Stuff Matters

    By Jan Wahl– Look around you your home. What is hanging or sitting there that means something special to you? I am sitting right now staring at a photo of…

    Slow Reveal

    Slow Reveal

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: As our world contracts through nationalism, narcissism, and self-righteousness, burdened by a pandemic, the inequality and political turmoil are echoed in the nuclear family at risk.…

    Mascarpone Is a Sweet Gay Romance

    Mascarpone Is a Sweet Gay Romance

    By Gary M. Kramer– The fabulous Italian confection Mascarpone, now out on VOD and DVD, has Antonio (Giancarlo Commare), bereft after breaking up with Lorenzo (Carlo Calderone), his husband of…