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    Your True Name

    Your True Name

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Throughout this year, I have recommended some amazing books that specifically speak to our community: Best Little Boy in the World, Old Turtle, and Everything Possible.…

    Young Artist Showcase Presented by the Community Women’s Orchestra

    Young Artist Showcase Presented by the Community Women’s Orchestra

    Photos by Sandy Morris San Francisco Bay Times contributing photographer Sandy Morris attended the annual Young Artist Showcase family concert of the Women’s Community Orchestra (CWO) on Sunday, November 2023,…

    Going to the Dogs

    Going to the Dogs

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– It’s time to talk about dogs—some more. My February 27, 2020, article (https://tinyurl.com/2rmbtmrm) provided information on my dogs up to that point. Shortly after that, we…

    My Trip Down the Yellow Brick Road

    My Trip Down the Yellow Brick Road

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Have you ever left a job and been invited back a year later to see how things are going in your absence? Well, that’s exactly what…

    Hello Yellow Brick Road: San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus & San Francisco Symphony

    Hello Yellow Brick Road: San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus & San Francisco Symphony

    Photos by Stefan Cohen/San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) closed out Season 45 with the Chorus’ second collaboration with the San Francisco Symphony: an…

    Is Pride a Trigger Word?

    Is Pride a Trigger Word?

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– The big Pride Month is over in most states. Portland Pride is in mid-July, so I have a little more priding to do. I need to…

    Teaching Our Children Well: A SF Pride Month Miracle

    Teaching Our Children Well: A SF Pride Month Miracle

    By Doug Litwin– Something amazing took place at a San Francisco public elementary school on April 21.  On this day, the Leonard R. Flynn Elementary School held its annual Rainbow…

    Moments That Made a Movement: My Life in Early Women’s Music

    Moments That Made a Movement: My Life in Early Women’s Music

    By Margie Adam — I began composing instrumental music in 1963, my junior year at Marymount School for Girls, when I fell in love with my best friend, Kathy. My first…

    An Iconic Gay Anthem

    An Iconic Gay Anthem

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Everyone loves anniversaries. As the LGBTQ+ community matures, we are beginning to observe more of them in decades rather than years. A recent article was on…

    Best in the World for 50 Years

    Best in the World for 50 Years

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Last month’s article was about our pursuit of perfection by embracing AI to write for me. It didn’t work out well. The article also included our…