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    Say Cheese!

    Say Cheese!

    By Laura Werlin (@cheezelady)– As the “cheezelady” (read: someone who speaks and writes on the subject), I must confess I kind of panic whenever someone asks me my favorite cheese.…

    Castro Farmers’ Market Season Opening 2024

    Castro Farmers’ Market Season Opening 2024

    Photos by Rink The annual Season Opening Ceremony of the Castro Farmers’ Market was held on Wednesday, April 3, 2024, on Noe Street in the heart of the market location…

    Michael Boland’s Visionary Leadership Has Improved Multiple San Francisco Parks and Trails

    Michael Boland’s Visionary Leadership Has Improved Multiple San Francisco Parks and Trails

    In his over three decades of leadership, first as Director of Park Projects for the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and now as Chief Park Officer for the Presidio Trust,…

    My Life as a Naturalist Educator

    My Life as a Naturalist Educator

    By Kim Powell– (Editor’s Note: Kim Powell of Blue Water Ventures for decades has co-hosted outdoor adventures with “Betty’s List” and the San Francisco Bay Times. Members of our team…

    The Queer Brown Vegan Makes a Strong Case for the Importance of Queer Ecology

    The Queer Brown Vegan Makes a Strong Case for the Importance of Queer Ecology

    Isaias Hernandez, aka the Queer Brown Vegan, is an environmentalist, educator, and creative devoted to improving environmental literacy through content creation, storytelling, and public engagements. A powerful influencer, Hernandez has…

    My 2023 Manic Travels in Review, Part Four

    My 2023 Manic Travels in Review, Part Four

    By John Chen– (Editor’s Note: San Francisco Bay Times sports columnist John Chen is an avid traveler. This year he has been looking back on some of the places he…

    Round About – Rink’s Restaurant Visits

    Round About – Rink’s Restaurant Visits

    Boichik Bagels Boichik Bagels Founder/ Owner Emily Winston and her team welcomedSan Francisco Bay Times lead photographer Rink to their new San Francisco location at 3665 Sacramento Street in Presidio…

    The Stud: Come As Who You Are

    The Stud: Come As Who You Are

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– During the Golden Age of queer San Francisco, when people went out to meet each other instead of simply ordering in, the city seemed to have…

    The Stud Is Back: Long Live the Stud

    The Stud Is Back: Long Live the Stud

    By Honey Mahogany– San Francisco’s oldest queer bar is ready for yet another act. The Stud has been a San Francisco staple since 1966, and after a four-year-long IRL hiatus,…

    Jay Greene, Esq., CPA, of Greene Estate, Probate, and Elder Law Firm

    Jay Greene, Esq., CPA, of Greene Estate, Probate, and Elder Law Firm

    Greene Estate, Probate, and Elder Law Firm provides tailored estate planning solutions for individuals and families in the San Francisco Bay Area. Founder Jay Greene is also a San Francisco…

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