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    Lit Snax: 5.5.22

    Royal Witches: Witchcraft and The Nobility in Fifteenth-Century England by Gemma Hollman This is a fascinating history of four noblewomen in 15h Century England who dared to suffer no fools…

    Top of Your Stack – Recommendations from Book Passage 5.5.22

    Burn the Page (nonfiction/memoir – hardbound) by Danica Roem This is a wonderful combination of inspiring memoir, social manifesto, and entertaining prose. Danica Roem made national headlines when—as a transgender…

    Ten Ways to Enjoy Sweet Cherries

    Ten Ways to Enjoy Sweet Cherries

    By Debra Morris– Cherry season is here and the season is short so hustle over to your local farmers’ market and get farm-fresh, just-picked sweet cherries before they’re gone. There…

    Sbrocco Sips: 5.5.22

    Sbrocco Sips: 5.5.22

    By Leslie Sbrocco– I’ve had the pleasure of visiting hundreds of wineries around the Golden State during my years in the wine business. One of the most delicious and relaxing…

    Cocktails with Heather: Cuatro Highball

    Cocktails with Heather: Cuatro Highball

    By Heather Freyer– As day becomes night, savor the refreshing Caribbean flavors of Añejo Cuatro rum and ginger ale. It’s called the Cuatro Highball, or as we like to say,…

    Celebrate Bike Safety Month at My Bike Fair on May 14

    Celebrate Bike Safety Month at My Bike Fair on May 14

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting– Thank you to everyone who attended my April 26 Budget Town Hall to give input or share ideas about the state’s next fiscal plan. Hearings will…

    Vice President Harris Visits UCSF to Support Black Maternal Health

    Vice President Harris Visits UCSF to Support Black Maternal Health

    By Elizabeth Fernandez– Vice President Kamala Harris visited UCSF on April 21 to draw attention to the critical need for addressing disparities nationwide in health care for Black people during…

    Pride in San Francisco Having One of the First National Centers of Excellence in Women’s Health

    Pride in San Francisco Having One of the First National Centers of Excellence in Women’s Health

    The UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health (CoE) was one of the first six federally designated centers created to advance women’s health and transform women’s lives through its…

    Celebration of Donna Sachet and Dr. Betty Sullivan @ Rainbow Honor Walk Fundraiser

    Celebration of Donna Sachet and Dr. Betty Sullivan @ Rainbow Honor Walk Fundraiser

    A celebration of the birthdays of “Betty’s List” founder and San Francisco Bay Times Co-Publisher/Editor Dr. Betty Sullivan and columnist, philanthropist, and renowned entertainer Donna Sachet took place on April…