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April 15, 2014

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Wonder Woman Weezie Mott

Weezie Mott, bright blue eyes and red hair, is a smart, energetic, creative and accomplished wonder. One of 5 siblings, “a wonderful sister and three outstanding brothers,” still a smile in her voice as she talks about this family she loves. From her first visual memory of tea with her mother, those wonderful older siblings, […]


April 7, 2014

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Love the second time around does not diminish the first

How does a person continue, one foot in front of the other, when a spouse dies? The difficulty in living day by day without the person we thought would be ours forever is overwhelming. The doleful task of “moving on” with life can be paralyzing until we realize that there is room for more than […]


March 30, 2014

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David Fitzgerald finds atheism in his search for truth

David Fitzgerald is the author of Nailed; Ten Christian Myths That Show Jesus Never Existed at All, and The Complete Heretic’s Guide to Western Religion Book One: The Mormons and is now working on a third. His very titles are what you might call combative until you hear David so sweetly call them provocative. His […]


March 25, 2014

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Beth Wellington’s love letters as art

Beth Wellington a Marketing Manager by day and in her heart at all times a poet, artist and jewelry designer, is represented by the City Arts Gallery in San Francisco, which is a cooperative over 100 artists. It was as a street poet with typewriter poised to do impromptu works for passers by that led […]


March 22, 2014

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David Friedman Broadway composer, conductor, author, speaker, television personality is in SF

When there is more talent than time, what is a person to do? Aha, you do what David Friedman does. You do not let time, doubt, pounding heart or tomorrow’s to-do list stand in the way. You do what David does. You do not dawdle in the past or future; you live in the moment. […]


March 17, 2014

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The personal and musical joy of Jonathan Poretz

San Francisco’s Jonathan Poretz is a talented San Francisco singer. Before that he was a New York singer, who, at the age of 4  was given a mic and coerced into singing The Twist, a la Chubby Checkers, to accompany his cousin at a dance recital. He caught the bug. He sang in the school […]


March 10, 2014

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Mary Anne Radmacher and the gift of greatness in every woman

Mary Anne Radmacher is, with Liz Kalloch, co author of She: A Celebration of Greatness in Every Woman, a gorgeous book in tribute to just that, the greatness in every woman. This book is the result of a wonderful friendship and imaginative partnership of two women who lovingly communicate in a fusion of lyrical words […]


March 4, 2014

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Robin L. Flanigan on her book, climbing Mt.Kilimanjaro and adopting her daughter

Robin L. Flanigan is a freelance writer with a wide variety of experience who knows how to talk about what is important and do it with the kind of honesty that lets others into her personal sphere. She knows that sharing stories is a direct route to helping other people. So she writes essays. And, […]


February 26, 2014

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Dawn Mittleman sifts through the “stuff” to give you space for living

Getting rid of the stuff that is crowding you out of your own living space is sometimes too overwhelming to tackle. Do you need to keep every little collectible? Should you keep that fabulous dress if only it would come back into fashion? Photographs? Your mother’s china? Whether you are downsizing or just trying to […]


February 20, 2014

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Noah Griffin bringing back the elegance of Cole Porter

To say that San Francisco’s Noah Griffin is a singer is to under-explain his status in the entertainment world. He is a performer with the exceptional style and elegance of a sort not so often seen these days. He is also a born educator with a passion for musical literacy and history well taught. His […]