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"Cabaret" Oscar winner Joel Grey: "I'm a gay man"

He reached the heights of stage and screen, was married for 24 years and proudly raised two children. But for decades, Joel Grey kept one aspect of himself decidedly out of the spotlight.

Now, at 82, the "Cabaret" Oscar winner talks for the first time in PEOPLE's new issue about his sexuality. "I don't like labels," says Grey, "but if you have to put a label on it, I'm a gay man."

Saint Harridan to feature masculine clothing for women at The Center

SAN DIEGO, California -- Oakland-based clothier Saint Harridan designs, a manufacturer of masculine clothing for women, will open a one-day-only pop-up shop at The San Diego LGBT Community Center on Friday, Jan. 16 from 1-7 pm.

Hot on the heels of having participated in the largest queer fashion show of its kind, hosted by dapperQ at the Brooklyn Museum of Art last month, Saint Harridan has launched a 2015 tour and will open pop-up shops in over 41 cities across the country this year.

Hedy's Hints: Top 20 terms to know for real estate transactions

The process of buying or selling a home can be complicated.  With the multiple state, city, and local regulations, as well as legal contracts to consider, many buyers and sellers find the process fraught with confusing and difficult to understand industry jargon.

In order to cover all the bases and to ensure a smooth, stress-free experience where the interests of all parties are protected, all prospective buyers and sellers are advised to consult with an experienced professional on every transaction.

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PFLAG San Diego student scholarship cycle now open

SAN DIEGO, California -- PFLAG San Diego has opened its annual student scholarship cycle. LGBT-identified students in San Diego county are encouraged to apply.

The purpose of PFLAG San Diego's scholarship program is to recognize outstanding LGBT seniors in high school, and undergraduate and graduate students; to encourage them to continue post-secondary education; and to promote a positive image of LGBT youth.

Tickets on sale for Tantrums & Tiaras: Battle of the Bar Queens drag pageant

SAN DIEGO, California -- Tickets for the annual Tantrums & Tiaras: Battle of the Bar Queens, scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 15 at The North Park Theatre, are now available.

The popular annual fundraiser, which benefits The San Diego LGBT Community Center, typically sells out, so those who wish to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early.

Personal shopping service launches at Fashion Valley Mall

SAN DIEGO, California -- Shoppers unsure of their fashion choices no longer have to look far or shell out to find good style advice — one Mission Valley shopping center now offers it for free.

Fashion Valley recently announced that three personal shoppers are now providing complimentary advice. The mall’s decision to add the service reflects growing interest in the personal shopper industry, which now generates roughly $761.7 million in revenue across the U.S., according to market research company IBISWorld.

Information session for 2015 YPC Academy at The Center set for Thursday

SAN DIEGO, California -- Community members who are looking to take their leadership skills to the next level are encouraged to consider applying for The San Diego LGBT Community Center's Young Professionals Council (YPC) 2015 Academy.

Those who are thinking about applying are encouraged to attend an information session at The Center on Thursday, Dec. 11 at 6 pm.

Apply now for Douglas P. Lathrop Scholarship for the Disabled

SAN DIEGO, California -- Applications are now available for the Douglas P. Lathrop Scholarship for the Disabled, administered by the Imperial Court de San Diego.

A group of Lathrop's friends and loved ones came together to establish the scholarship following his death in August.

The scholarship is available to individuals who identify as LGBT with a permanent mobility disability.

Hedy's Hints: 3 tips for avoiding the house-hunting blues

Similar to playing the dating game, finding the right home involves seeing a series of homes before finding "the one" and settling down, or purchasing. And much like dating, you may face a few heartbreaks before the right home comes along. But how do you know when you've found the right one? When is it time to move on? And how can one not become attached to a home?"

The Children's Holiday Magic Project to host fundraiser at Martinis Above Fourth

SAN DIEGO, California -- The Children’s Holiday Magic Project is celebrating 12 years of providing the gift of songs and stories to children worldwide who are hospitalized during the holiday season with a fundraiser event on Sunday, Dec. 14 at Martinis Above Fourth in Hillcrest.

Community members are invited to “An Evening of Holiday Magic” which will include a three-course dinner, silent, and live performances.

Featured performers include Ashley Fox Linton, Jennifer Knight, Lele Rose, Jordan Lamoureux, and Jeff Davis. The evening’s emcee will be Jeff Gelder.