Councilmember Todd Gloria and Speaker Toni Atkins will volunteer at The Center on Thanksgiving Day

Councilmember Todd Gloria will help those that are a little less fortunate this Thanksgiving by helping to serve food at the San Diego LGBT Community Center.

The Annual Scott Carlson Thanksgiving Day Dinner starts at 11:30 am to 3 pm, and is open to those living with HIV/AIDS, seniors, youth and people who may not have anywhere else to go for dinner or companionship.

Councilmember Gloria will be joined by Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins as they help to provide assistance within their extended family; the community.

Hillcrest Business Association wants member feedback through survey

The Hillcrest Business Association (HBA) is reaching out to all of its members by way of a survey in an effort to gauge what is working in the Hillcrest business community and what things could be improved.

This call for feedback is especially helpful to those who aren’t always able to attend committee meetings or Quarterly Open Houses.

The survey is only open to members of the association, but everyone’s input provides a guideline for current projects as well as future ones still in the planning stages.

Former aid to Carl DeMaio admits he lied to the F.B.I and wrote damning emails himself; gets felony count

SAN DIEGO - NBC San Diego reports that Todd Bosnich, the aide who repeatedly stated that congressional candidate Carl DeMaio, harassed and then threatened him through emails, plead guilty in court and will have to undergo mental health treatment as a part of his five year probation sentence.

The former aid, back in 2014, targeted DeMaio with accusations of sexual harassment and lewd, inappropriate behaviors.

Illegal drug "Spice" sends several San Diegans to the emergency room on Sunday

There is an investigation currently underway into several instances of reported overdosing of the illegal synthetic drug called “Spice.”

Fire and police departments in the Gaslamp, East Village and Little Italy districts were barraged by calls from several people needing assistance after taking the synthetic cannaboid on Sunday.

Local young adult film star has reportedly died

Reports are coming in that young gay adult movie star Zac Stevens, 25, has died in San Diego where he resided.

SDGLN reached out to CEO of Str8upgayporn.com (NSFW), Zach Sire, who broke the story on his website for confirmation.

Sire states via email with SDGLN that he has multiple sources who have confirmed Stevens’ passing, including the model’s boss from Helix Studios.

SDGLN has reached out to Helix, but as of yet received no response.

Stevens spent two years performing for both Men.com and Helix Studios.

Balboa Park rec centers widely opposed

The city’s long-range plans to build two modern recreation centers on the west mesa of Balboa Park along Sixth Avenue — to replace two decrepit facilities — is drawing fierce opposition from stakeholders including park preservationists, community groups and Bankers Hill residents.

San Diego's Rick Cervantes recognized as one of the "Honor 41"

The San Diego LGBT community may be small in comparison to other big cities such as San Francisco or New York, but that doesn’t mean it has any less heart, in fact, one might venture to say that it has a bigger heart than both of those cities put together, and that’s because of the people in it who make a difference.

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Concierge to San Diego, Eddie Reynoso officially opens LGBT Visitors Center

SAN DIEGO - Most people don’t know that there is an LGBT Visitors Center right in the heart of Hillcrest. But that might not be too surprising because there are only four known centers in the country.

Building off of a dream to bring people from all over the world to San Diego, enterprising community leader and high-profile community activist Eddie Reynoso took the first steps in doing just that.

Last night, Reynoso officially opened the San Diego LGBT Visitors Center with a Grand Opening to a crowd of people at site location 3865 5th Avenue in Hillcrest.

Google Express overnight delivery service debuts in San Diego

SAN DIEGO - For those who like to do online shopping, there is a new service which will have your purchases at your door the very next day.

Google Express makes its debut in Southern California today, offering customers a way to get from keyboard to cardboard over night.

The search engine giant now offers its same-day and overnight service to San Diego residents from retailers like Costco, Target, Kohl’s and Walgreens.

Flat-screen televisions for only 99 cents in Mira Mesa on Nov. 19

It might be worth a trip out to Mira Mesa on Thursday, November 19, if you’re in the market for a flat LED television for less than a dollar.

The grand opening of the new 99 Cents Only Store in Mira Mesa is offering the first nine customers in line a flat screen television for, you guessed it, 99 cents.