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‘Oy Way’ Master Exercises Cultural Pride

‘Oy Way’ Master Exercises Cultural Pride

When things in life don’t go as planned, Harvey Gotliffe can get rid of bad energy. He simply steps back, closes his eyes, breathes deeply, extends his palms and whispers, “Gay avek,” the Yiddish phrase for “go away.” He even wrote a book that has 35 other tips on coping with everyday life.

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Susie Bright on Sex, Politics and Religion

Susie Bright on Sex, Politics and Religion

“Revolutionaries don’t look good on actuarial tables,” says Santa Cruz’s Susie Bright, but her own survival is a tribute to her strength, eclecticism and honesty. Maybe a revolutionary defies the insurance companies’ odds if she has enough of a sense of humor.

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Season’s Reading: A Literary Guide

Season’s Reading: A Literary Guide

Our winter reading list features a comic anthology, an exploration of eating, and the true tale of a sexual renegade in the LGBT community. Also included: novels, short stories and even a fresh take on war from a Marine who witnessed it firsthand in Vietnam.

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