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    Honolulu: Not Just a Surfer’s Paradise Anymore

    Honolulu: Not Just a Surfer’s Paradise Anymore

    By David Landis, The Gay Gourmet– The name Honolulu conjures up Polynesian images of beautiful Waikiki beach, panoramic views of Diamond Head, warm tropical breezes, hula dancers, and more. But…

    Reimagined Cocktail Classics

    Reimagined Cocktail Classics

    By Leslie Sbrocco– Cockburn’s Tails of the Unexpected “Ruby Soho” Ruby Porto, Portugal $28 https://www.cockburns.com/our-ports As a port lover, I’m used to sticking with the classics like vintage port and…

    San Francisco 49ers Fight Food Insecurity With Martha’s Kitchen

    San Francisco 49ers Fight Food Insecurity With Martha’s Kitchen

    The San Francisco 49ers for many years have supported Martha’s Kitchen, a San Jose-based nonprofit that has a mission of “feeding the hungry with dignity, no questions asked.” Last year,…

    First-Ever Statewide Survey of Mid-Life and Older LGBTQ+ Californians Will Increase Visibility, Focus Resources

    First-Ever Statewide Survey of Mid-Life and Older LGBTQ+ Californians Will Increase Visibility, Focus Resources

    By David Lindeman, PhD– Older LGBTQ+ residents of California are about to benefit from the launch of a statewide survey that will highlight the challenges and experiences of this rapidly…

    A Community Approach to Research

    A Community Approach to Research

    By Kathleen Sullivan, PhD, and Jupiter Peraza– Just over a year ago, the Openhouse Executive Director asked if the California Department of Aging (CDA) would be willing to fund a…

    Making Our Individual and Community LGBTQ+ Voices Known

    Making Our Individual and Community LGBTQ+ Voices Known

    By David Paisley– Community Marketing & Insights (CMI) is an LGBTQ+ owned and operated research firm that has been providing research assistance to nonprofits, government entities, universities, and leading corporations…

    What to Eat in 2024? The Gay Gourmet Comes to the Rescue!

    What to Eat in 2024? The Gay Gourmet Comes to the Rescue!

    By David Landis, The Gay Gourmet– Every year, the most common question I get asked is, “Where should I eat in the Bay Area?” There is a cornucopia of choices,…

    New Year, New Products to Try From the Farmers’ Market

    New Year, New Products to Try From the Farmers’ Market

    By Debra Morris– Do you ever get tired of making the standard, run-of-the-mill recipes? Does your family groan when you serve the same old dinner again? Why don’t you try…

    Patrick and Hossein Carney’s 2023 Trip to Asia

    Patrick and Hossein Carney’s 2023 Trip to Asia

    In early November 2023, Patrick Carney and his husband Dr. Hossein Carney left San Francisco for an over month-long trip to Asia. Patrick is on the San Francisco Arts Commission…

    2023: A Year of Olivia Milestones

    2023: A Year of Olivia Milestones

    By Autumn Nazarian– There’s an old saying – wherever you go, there you are. It’s usually coined as a negative sentiment about escapism, but in the case of Olivia Records…