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Some LGBT San Diegans might not know Tom Reise's name, but after learning what he does for the community, one might wonder why they don’t.
In solidarity with transgender-serving organizations and activists around the globe, events in honor of the 16th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance will be held today across Southern California, including in Hillcrest, Oceanside, Long Beach, Palm Springs, Orange County, and Riverside.
A record 366 businesses across the U.S., including 53 in California, collected perfect scores in the Human Rights Campaign’s 2015 Corporate Equality Index.
FilmOut San Diego is screening "Longtime Companion" at 7 pm Wednesday, Nov. 19, at the Landmark Hillcrest. Being Alive is co-presenting the movie.
Two prominent blocks in Hillcrest are up for sale to the highest bidders, and the purchasers will have the ability to transform the heart of the gayborhood.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Is Zachary Quinto right about HIV/AIDS and PrEP? Yes, he spoke from the heart. No, he was being judgmental.
At least six parked cars were damaged just after midnight on Monday by a man who has been arrested on suspicion of driving drunk.
Spin Nightclub suffers thousands of dollars in damage not from fire but from the water that was activated to put out that fire. All events, including Saturday's OVERDRIVE dance party, will go on as planned.
Court records show a domestic violence case was filed against Todd Bosnich on Monday, and he was booked into jail Tuesday for battery, disabling a telephone line and assault with a deadly weapon.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Will you go to FilmOut screening of "Longtime Companion" on Nov. 19?
Controversial campaign tactics by Scott Peters exposed in U-T San Diego report. Read the affidavit.
The too-close-to-call District 52 congressional race became a little clearer late Friday afternoon when election officials announced updated totals for the race between freshman Rep. Scott Peters and his Republican opponent Carl DeMaio.
Hillcrest’s most iconic gay restaurant and bar - Urban MO’s Bar & Grill - is now undergoing significant expansions this month to debut for the 2014-15 winter season.
The tipsy-turvy District 52 congressional race took another twist this afternoon when election officials announced the freshman Rep. Scott Peters had reversed a tiny lead held by his Republican opponent Carl DeMaio.
About $120 million in city and neighborhood projects throughout San Diego can now move forward after a Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday that the City’s financing plan is legal.
The District 52 congressional race between openly gay Republican Carl DeMaio and incumbent Democrat Scott Peters has yet to be called, but in unofficial results DeMaio clings to a 752-vote lead after all 410 precincts were counted in the middle of the night.
The District 52 congressional race between openly gay Republican Carl DeMaio and incumbent Democrat Scott Peters is going down to the wire without a clear winner known at midnight.
“The ruling from the lower court in this case is a time-warped reading of the Constitution and neglects developments in the law, including since the Supreme Court’s decision in Windsor.”
Today's glimpse at the status of lawsuits in the 15 states that still ban gay marriage.
The body found Tuesday in the San Francisco Bay was that of missing San Francisco tech worker Dan Ha, who vanished on Halloween, his family said Wednesday.
Late voters will have more opportunity to mail in their ballots, thanks to a new law that goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2015.
This morning was supposed to be one for the history books in Baja California, when Victor Aguirre Espinoza and Fernando Urías Amparo were scheduled to become the first same-sex couple allowed to marry in the Mexican state just south of the California border.
Where does the world’s largest multilateral donor stand on LGBTI rights?