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    SF AIDS Foundation Holds First Aging & Thriving Expo

    SF AIDS Foundation Holds First Aging & Thriving Expo

    On April 29, 2024, the first Aging & Thriving Expo, organized by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s Aging Services Program in conjunction with Turnout and the Curry Senior Center, was…

    Show of Hope – 37th Annual Gala

    Show of Hope – 37th Annual Gala

    Photos by Rink ABC7 Mornings Anchor Reggie Aqui, emcee for the evening, and Lance Tomas, CEO, welcomed guests to the San Francisco Community Health Center’s 37th Anniversary Gala held on…

    Ann Rostow: The Shadow Doesn’t Know

    Ann Rostow: The Shadow Doesn’t Know

    By Ann Rostow– The Shadow Doesn’t Know I’m not sure what to make of the Supreme Court’s first ruling on the subject of transgender youth, effectively reinstating Idaho’s ban on…

    Total Solar Eclipse and California Henge Synced Up in April 2024

    Total Solar Eclipse and California Henge Synced Up in April 2024

    The solar eclipse of April 8, 2024, now known as the Great North American Eclipse, was visible across much of North America, from Mexico to the U.S. to Canada. While…

    Think Your Financial Decisions Are Rational? Perhaps Not

    Think Your Financial Decisions Are Rational? Perhaps Not

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– You probably think your financial decisions to save or spend, buy or sell are based on taking in all the information at hand and selecting the…

    A Decade of Safeguarding Legacies: Ten Years of Serving the San Francisco Bay Area

    A Decade of Safeguarding Legacies: Ten Years of Serving the San Francisco Bay Area

    By Jay Greene, Esq., CPA– As I reflect on the past decade of the Greene Estate, Probate, and Elder Law Firm, a deep sense of gratitude washes over me. For…

    Why California’s SOGI Data Matters

    Why California’s SOGI Data Matters

    By Pau Crego– Senate Bill 957: SOGI (Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity) Data Collection, an important bill for the future of LGBTQI+ Californians, is currently making its way through the…

    Let’s Talk About Women

    Let’s Talk About Women

    By Joanie Juster– As I write this column, women have been dominating the news lately, for better and worse. I’ll get to the better (really, fabulous!) in a moment, but…

    PRC 2nd Annual Open House

    PRC 2nd Annual Open House

    Photos by Rink A celebration of the PRC Integrated Services Center’s 5th anniversary was held on site at 170 9th Street on Wednesday, April 3. Guests enjoyed the opportunity to meet PRC’s staff…

    Documentary Project Inspires Change: The Fight for Family Comes to Manny’s in San Francisco on April 25

    Documentary Project Inspires Change: The Fight for Family Comes to Manny’s in San Francisco on April 25

    By Laura Milliken Gray, Attorney at Law– Last year, state legislatures across the country proposed over 500 anti-trans and anti-LGBTQ laws. These laws attack the trans community, bar DEI (Diversity,…