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    Five Foundations of Loving Relationships

    Five Foundations of Loving Relationships

    What constitutes mature love? This is the subject of an excellent book, How to be an Adult in Relationships, by Dr. David Richo. I highly recommend it. In this book,…

    Elope, or Have a Wedding?

    Elope, or Have a Wedding?

    Over the 11 years I have been officiating weddings, most couples have chosen to celebrate marriage with a full wedding ceremony surrounded by friends and relatives. But some choose to…

    The Intersection of Teaching and Writing

    The Intersection of Teaching and Writing

    Michele Karlsberg: How does the intersection of teaching and writing affect you? Leslea Newman: According to George Bernard Shaw, “Those who can, do; those who can’t teach.” Hogwash! I propose…

    Panama-Pacific Centennial Concert Brings 1915 World’s Fair to Life

    Panama-Pacific Centennial Concert Brings 1915 World’s Fair to Life

    By Heidi Beeler This year, the 37th Annual Pride Concert expands the boundaries of Pride to include the entire City of San Francisco when it brings to life music from…

    The Anticipation Builds

    The Anticipation Builds

    As the day draws near for the Supreme Court to issue its decision in the marriage equality cases, the urge to decipher any clue as to what the Court will…

    Resolving Conflicts in Relationships

    Resolving Conflicts in Relationships

    (Editor’s Note: This article is the third of a three-part series entitled “Strengthening Relationships.”) In this final installment of three columns examining Dr. John Gottman’s research on successful relationships, the…

    We Have Our Work!

    We Have Our Work!

    When I was younger and just a little bit more carefree, I tested the “lady” waters pretty easily and frequently. I was the classic city version of “looking for love…

    Rethink and Rewrite Your Mental Script

    Rethink and Rewrite Your Mental Script

    ARIES (March 21–April 19) Spend plenty of time alone this month so that you can reevaluate your relationship and family goals. Perhaps more than most, you enjoy a good challenge,…

    Dawn Harms Directs Bay Area Rainbow Symphony with Skill, Passion

    Dawn Harms Directs Bay Area Rainbow Symphony with Skill, Passion

    Dawn Harms, Music Director and Conductor of the Bay Area Rainbow Symphony, continues to astound us with her incredible career. She is a chamber musician, violin soloist, and is on…

    Keith Haring: Artist of Populism, Life and Love

    Keith Haring: Artist of Populism, Life and Love

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– At the beginning of the complicated decade when Ronald Reagan was president of the United States, innocent looking, funny, childlike drawings began appearing on the streets…