Dan Savage’s graphic, pragmatic and witty advice changed the cultural conversation about monogamy, gay rights, religion and politics. He is an author, sex-advice columnist, podcaster, pundit and public speaker. "Savage Love," Dan's sex-advice column, first appeared in the Stranger, Seattle’s alternative weekly in 1991, and is now syndicated to more than 50 papers. Savage Lovecast is one of iTunes top 50 podcasts. In 2010, Dan and his husband Terry Miller founded the Emmy award-winning It Gets Better Project, which has gathered more than 50,000 videos from people around the world offering hope to LBGT kids. A regular contributor to This American Life who was also a frequent guest on The Colbert Report, Dan takes the stage for a conversation and Q&A about sex, love and relationships.
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Join Chef René Redzepi, world-renowned chef and co-owner of NOMA in Copenhagen, and Chef David Zilber, director of the NOMA fermentation lab, to celebrate the release of their new book, The Noma Guide to Fermentation. Widely recognized as one of the world's most influential chefs, Redzepi creates inventive Nordic cuisine with a distinctive emphasis on regional specialties. Gain unprecedented insight into the inner workings of NOMA as Redzepi and Zilber share intimate moments, their creative process and behind-the-scenes stories.
In honor of the 30th anniversary of National Coming Out Day, the JCCSF is proud to present Danica Roem. In January, she made history as the first openly transgender woman to serve in a state legislature, by unseating Virginia’s 20-year House of Delegates incumbent.
The relationships between consumers and brands are deepening and we’ve come to expect that our favorite brands share our world views and values. As a result, the decisions that organizations make around their brand voice, the causes they support, the way they produce and distribute their merchandise are closely watched by loyal and perspective customers.