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GAY AND GRAY: Fun in the Sun by Ronni B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Jul 2009 10:46pm [ EDITORIAL NOTE:Gay and Gray is a monthly column at Time Goes By written by Jan Adams ( bio ) in which she thinks out loud for us on issues of aging lesbians and gay men. Jan also writes on many topics at her own blog, Happening-Here. ] Not everyone at the San Francisco Gay Pride Parade and Celebration this year presented a picture of glowing ... Read on »
Markers in the Lives of Aging Gays by Ronni B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 04 Dec 2008 4:11am [ Darlene Costner of Darlene's Hodgepodge took a fall last week and as she will be in rehab for awhile, will not be posting to her blog. Her daughter, Gail, has left a message at the bottom of Darlene's most recently post. You can add your messages for Darlene there. ] [ EDITORIAL NOTE:Gay and Gray is a monthly column at Time Goes By written ... Read on »
GAY AND GRAY: "Salvaging the Old" by Ronni B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Jun 2011 8:30am Gay and Gray is a monthly column at Time Goes By written by Jan Adams ( bio ) in which she thinks out loud for us on issues of aging lesbians and gay men. Jan also writes on many topics at her own blog, Happening-Here , and you will find her past Gay and Gray columns here .] While chasing an elusive great blue heron around a small la ... Read on »
Newport International Group: From obscurity, Manning became a polarizing symbol by Lexi Bell C. Facebook Posted Fri 02 Aug 2013 4:51am Source Link   newport international group,From obscurity, Manning became a polarizing symbol   NEW, YORK – The honors and accolades proliferated over three years: international peace prizes, solidarity campaigns by celebrities, an effort to designate him — in absentia, of course — as grand marshal of San Francisco’s gay pride parade. ... Read on »
Familiar/de-familiarization by Sandi W. Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Jul 2009 10:53pm The things we know. The things we think we know. The things we feel we know. We were talking about Germany tonight. T's next book is about Germany. I thought he also said Europe, but L said he just said Germany. We were in a French restaurant. Butter instead of olive oil for the bread. I asked what he thought of the Berlin Jewish Museum. What I ... Read on »
Breaking the Rules, Mailbox Finds, Favorite Seasonal Foods, Prop 8 Overturned by LoveVeggiesYoga Posted Wed 04 Aug 2010 5:02pm How's your Hump Day gang?  I hit the gym this morning, ran a few errands, and came home and sold some Kombucha and a couple of Scobys.  Seems my Craigslist ad for Kombucha Scoby Mushrooms and Kombucha has taken off! My ad is working! The mushrooms are flying out of the jar like hot cakes.   I actually am growing more, on purpose.  ... Read on »
ELDER MUSIC: Motown Top 20 - Part 2 by Ronni B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 01 Jul 2012 8:30am [Part 1 – songs numbered 20 through 11 – is here .] This Sunday Elder Music column was launched in December of 2008. By May of the following year, one commenter, Peter Tibbles, had added so much knowledge and value to my poor attempts at musical presentations that I asked him to take over the column. He's been here each week ever since d ... Read on »
Mad Pride, Gay Pride, and Disability by Ron Unger Patient Expert Posted Fri 08 May 2009 12:00am Will Hall was recently interviewed about Mad Pride in Newsweek, see http://www.newsweek.com/id/195694 In response to this article, a mental health worker I know questioned how people could say that madness is just a “difference” and not an illness, and yet also claim that people who are mad deserve disability payments. In response, I wrot ... Read on »
Foodbuzz Festival, day two (part one) by Holly Posted Mon 08 Nov 2010 1:19pm I love bakeries. More specifically, I love bread. While I can easily refuse pasta, rice, potato chips and the like, you put a decadent pastry or hunk of fresh bread in front of me and all bets are off. Yours truly can and will go to Everythingtarian town eating anything and everything related to the bread family. You may be able to ... Read on »
DBS Stream of Consciousness (Updated) by Peter Dunlap-Shohl Posted Wed 14 Oct 2009 10:03pm 1.) Peter leads his handlers in a chorus of "I like New York in June." Photos by Pam Dunlap-Shohl © 2009 June 30th, 5:30 a.m. Concrete gray San Francisco sky. Off my meds, mince to curb. Cram into cab with my handlers, Pam, Yvonne, and Wiley. Cabbie talkative, asks if we saw the gay pride parade "All those hairy asses." Pam won't l ... Read on »