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Bil Wright to present a staged reading at 7 pm Friday, Aug. 1 at The Center, 3909 Center St. in San Diego.
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.
“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.
"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.
Horton Plaza park's $17.7 million expansion is headed for state approval, following Monday's final local review.
Hale Media Publisher Johnathan Hale has declared Monday a "Hale Media holiday" for the staff of San Diego Gay & Lesbian News, SD PIX magazine, and the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender News Network.
The passage of four decades demonstrates how far the LGBT community has come, in big and small ways, council President Todd Gloria says, noting "small things like the raising of a pride flag in the Gaslamp Quarter."
A San Diego family says a video taken of their son in a school bathroom went viral and he was bullied so badly over it that he committed suicide.
The city's minimum wage will increase to $11.50 by 2017.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Does the LGBT community support adding more bicycling lanes?
Pedestrian deaths have hit an all-time high in America’s Finest City since 2003, and one of the worst intersections for pedestrian injuries is in the heart of Hillcrest.
Organizers of the “Spring into the Past 2015” weekend festival, which will mark the 100th anniversary of Balboa Park hosting the 1915 Panama-California Exhibition, announced Monday that they’ve chosen April 11 and 12 as the dates of the all-volunteer event.
Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer will install two of 124 rainbow flags along Fifth Street in the historic Gaslamp Quarter tomorrow at noon to kick off 40th annual San Diego Pride.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: What does Pride week mean to you?
Unless there is breaking news affecting the LGBT community, SDGLN and GLBT News Network will not be publishing live during the holiday weekend so that our hardworking staff members can spend quality time with their families and loved ones.
“San Diego is making great strides and we’ve got even more on the way to be excited about including CicloSDias, bike share and the regional bike plan.”
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Will you spend money at companies like Hobby Lobby that discriminate?
The Colorado Supreme Court orders Denver to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, but stopped short of blocking other clerks already issuing the licenses.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor today granted a motion for a stay, requested by the State of Utah, that will delay the granting of benefits for gay and lesbian couples who married in Utah in December before the U.S. Supreme Court halted them pending appeal.
Senate Bill 1306 brings California statutory law into line with the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2013 decision restoring the freedom to marry in California.
A new streamlined process for obtaining a court-ordered legal change in California for transgender people who wish to change their gender or name on their birth certificate, will begin today.
A court in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Monday ruled that the Russian LGBT rights group Coming Out is a “foreign agent,” a category that limits its ability to communicate with Russian citizens and subjects it to extra government scrutiny.
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