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    Interview with New SFGMC Artistic Director Jacob Stensberg Ahead of Holiday Season Debut

    Interview with New SFGMC Artistic Director Jacob Stensberg Ahead of Holiday Season Debut

    The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) Holiday Spectacular at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco on December 2 (8 pm) and December 3 (3:30 pm and 8 pm)…

    The Foggy Bottoms Boys and The Tiny Farmer: Our Story

    The Foggy Bottoms Boys and The Tiny Farmer: Our Story

    By Thomas and Cody Nicholson Stratton– Our 6th generation working organic dairy farm has operated since the 1860s in the foggy bottoms of the Eel River Valley on the North Coast of California. Now focused on diversifying…

    NCLR – 45 Years Fighting for LGBTQ Equality

    NCLR – 45 Years Fighting for LGBTQ Equality

    The arc of history is long, but NCLR continues to bend it towards justice and equity for the LGBTQ community and our families. Since 1977, the National Center for Lesbian…

    November 8, 2022, General Election Overview and Recommendations

    November 8, 2022, General Election Overview and Recommendations

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– Get your blue or black pen ready; San Francisco voters are finally approaching the electoral denouement of this crazy, madcap year that included a whopping four…

    The Gay Gourmet Reviews Gins Produced in the Bay Area

    The Gay Gourmet Reviews Gins Produced in the Bay Area

    The Gay Gourmet for the San Francisco Bay Times, David Landis, recently reviewed three gins produced in the Bay Area: Gray Whale, Loch & Union, and Junipero. See if you…

    Tips for LGBTQ Travelers Based on My Journeys, Including a Recent Cruise to Spain

    Tips for LGBTQ Travelers Based on My Journeys, Including a Recent Cruise to Spain

    By John Chen– Almost everyone has a bucket list. My bucket list has but one item: to see the world. This, however, is a catch-22 because it is virtually impossible…

    About Our Cover: September 22–October 6, 2022

    About Our Cover: September 22–October 6, 2022

    As a child, he was paraded through town in carriages and sedan chairs carried by dutiful followers. As an adult, he was welcomed by dukes, duchesses, czarinas, and assorted Court…

    Flower Piano 2022 to Fill SF Botanical Garden with Stellar Musicians, Including LGBTQ Community Favorites

    Flower Piano 2022 to Fill SF Botanical Garden with Stellar Musicians, Including LGBTQ Community Favorites

    In the final days of summer and for the seventh time since 2015, Flower Piano will once again transform the San Francisco Botanical Garden into the city’s own alfresco concert…

    A New Community Space at Openhouse

    A New Community Space at Openhouse

    By Dr. Kathleen M. Sullivan– Openhouse will soon turn 25 years old. Since the time of our founding in 1998, we have created innovative social services, a world class cultural…

    Lit Snax 8.25.22

    Nevada by Imogen Binnie We’re partial to novels with protagonists who work in bookstores, and this is one! It’s also an edgy, funny, punky trans novel that everyone should read.…

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