Happy New Year!? We all hope 2021 will be kinder to us than 2020 … but only time will tell. So this week: 2020 in the queer-view mirror and a look ahead into 2021 with national...

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In the Bay and across the country, we’re nearly 10 months into COVID restrictions. Some of us are skin-starved, many of us even love-starved. No hugs, no spooning, no sex. No Friends. No family. It’s...

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Pamela Sneed’s prose and poetry can reach out and grab you. They did me. She reads four poems from her new memoir, Funeral Diva, on this week’s Out in the Bay and shares some of...

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As we approach our 10th month under COVID’s cloud, it’s very clear the “holiday season” won’t be “normal.” How might we find joy and peace without our usual parties, events and general fa-la-la falderal? Fret not!...

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2020. What a stressful, frightening year. As this week’s guest, Dr. John Kruse, put it, a “sad and scary” year. Indeed! There is plenty to be stressed about: COVID pandemic, layoffs, police killing black people, protests,...

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Are we in the midst of a national genocide? Disability activist Rabbi Elliot Kukla tells Out in the Bay that systemic racism, economic injustice and US government inaction to COVID-19 amount to genocide against the...

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