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California Assembly Speaker Toni G. Atkins reflects on San Diego Pride

Happy Pride everyone! I know America’s Finest City will be out in force and standing tall this weekend, and I am thrilled to have been selected to serve as the Grand Marshal for the Pride Parade.

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San Diego Pride is here!

San Diego Pride is here! We have all the details about this weekend's festivities!

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"Eddie 777" anti-gay hate letters show up in Chicago, West Hollywood areas

“Eddie 777,” the author of rambling and threatening hand-written letters sent to at least two gay-owned businesses in San Diego, has now gone after a wedding minister in the Chicago suburbs and a gay bar in West Hollywood, California.

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FilmOut San Diego: Ringo Le and his "Big Gay Love"

"Big Gay Love" writer-director Ringo Le speaks with San Diego Gay & Lesbian News about his indie movie, which is an official San Diego Pride event presented by FilmOut San Diego.

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For San Diego Pride performer Nina Flowers, life is a drag, and she couldn't be happier

San Diego Pride 2014 is right around the corner and has a large assortment of well-known LGBT headliners including Nina Flowers of "RuPaul’s Drag Race" fame.

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Take Me Home - San Diego Humane Society

ADOPT ME! Take Ally home!

Ally is a torbie-colored short-haired cat. She is 11 months old and has been spayed.

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  • The persecution complex: The Religious Right’s deceptive rallying cry

    Religious freedom is a core constitutional value and a cornerstone of our liberty. But the Religious Right’s narrative of religious persecution is not only far from the truth; in many cases the narrative itself serves to undermine true religious liberty and individual freedom for all.

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  • Hedy's Hints: How to keep your summer utility bills down

    As the temperature begins to rise, so do the numbers on your electric bill. Even in the beautiful city of San Diego, where the average temperature is right around 70 degrees all year, air conditioning can become necessary in the heat of the summer.

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