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The Birth of Impressionism show at the deYoung is sold out for the rest of its run, which we’d love to take credit for (but probably shouldn’t!). They have lots of cool exhibits coming up, though, so just because this one’s sold out doesn’t mean there’s not lots more to see.
The JCC’s Arts and Ideas is a series of performance and lecture events like The Running Secrets of the Tarahumara, NPR’s Scott Simon, and the 35th Annual SF Comedy Competition Semi-Finals. Get off the couch and check them out!
Avalon Apartments: They’ve been one of our most loyal supporters, so if you end up looking at an apartment of theirs, please tell them “thank you.”
Cole Hardware: Cole Hardware was our first locally owned and operated advertiser, and we can’t thank them enough. That whole “Shop Locally” thing is very important to us. Working with a company that realizes that advertising with locally owned newspapers is an important part of that equation is extraordinarily gratifying. You can find them at four convenient locations.
Rainbow Wedding Network Magazine. Now in its 4th year of publication, Rainbow Wedding Network Magazine is your inside source for all the ceremony trends, legislative highlights, honeymoon & travel ideas, family planning resources and other vital issues for LGBT couples, families, advocates and allies. Each and every advertiser in the magazine has been screened to uphold equal marriage rights, to boot.