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Author Archives: Cirrus Wood

Is this the end of gay bars in San Francisco?

Is this the end of gay bars in San Francisco?

, by Cirrus Wood

Cirrus contemplates the “gay” bars appealing to mixed crowds, the changing make-up of the Castro, and the more fluid gender and sexual identities of younger LGBT people. Read More

After mistakenly spending $56 on ramen noodles, I’m giving Dry January a try

After mistakenly spending $56 on ramen noodles, I’m giving Dry January a try

, by Cirrus Wood

Cirrus Wood wonders, on an evening out, “How am I going to talk to anyone without the gesture and prop of a glass of scotch to punctuate my various witty remarks?” Read More

Here’s how a bike messenger is fighting back—by giving back—after the Trump election

Here’s how a bike messenger is fighting back—by giving back—after the Trump election

, by Cirrus Wood

This month, Cirrus is giving customers the double-tip jar choice to vote with their dollars for the programs they support. Who’s giving, so far, has been quite a surprise. Read More

Is that an umbrella in your drink, or are you just happy to see me?

Is that an umbrella in your drink, or are you just happy to see me?

, by Cirrus Wood

Can you judge a person by their drink order? Cirrus Wood reflects on his date’s drink choice—and what his own orders at the bar may reveal. Read More

I’m trying to figure out if the election of Donald Trump is anything less than a tragedy

I’m trying to figure out if the election of Donald Trump is anything less than a tragedy

, by Cirrus Wood

Cirrus Wood contemplates the recent election results, and what it will mean for LGTBQ Americans and others. Read More