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RGOD2: What I learned in The Gambia at human-rights conference

The Gambia is affectionately known as the “the smiling coast of Africa” as it sits on the western side of this huge continent - smiling out from sun-drenched beaches of the Atlantic. Fifty-thousand British holidaymakers flock here to escape their harsh winters in this former English colony, followed by thousands of Dutch and Germans.

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Meet LGBT History Month icon Bruce Nugent | VIDEO

(Editor's note: October is LGBT History Month, celebrated annually to recognize the notable achievements of LGBT people throughout time. Each day this month, Equality Forum will feature one LGBT icon who has made notable contributions to society and SDGLN will publish the story here in the Causes section. View previous LGBT History Month icons HERE.)

Report on San Diego's first-ever CicloSDias

For years I heard a restaurateur friend of mine talk about how we could shut down portions of the road to cars and make something cool. He’d mentioned how they did it in South America and Mexico City (turns out over 100 cities have done it). Many of my bike-riding friends have been part of the chorus over the last several years demanding some major changes.

ADOPT ME! Take Kit home!

Kit is a brown Tabby cat weighing 7.4 pounds. She is 8 years old and has been spayed.

Why I'd make a great companion

San Diego Symphony to tour overseas

SAN DIEGO -- This fall marks a lot of firsts for the San Diego Symphony. In November, the orchestra will tour overseas for the first time in its 102-year history. The musicians will also make their debut at New York City's storied Carnegie Hall, a dream concert for many musicians.

As the symphony steps onto these bigger stages, I decided to check in on its economic health and future well-being.

UFC partners with LGBT groups to promote HIV awareness

(Editor's note: This post was originally published by SDGLN content partner GLAAD.)

Boathouse owners buy Gathering restaurant in Mission Hills

A Mission Hills mainstay is getting a new owner, a new look and a new name.

John and Jill Ealy are buying The Gathering Bar and Grill, a 2,500-square-foot restaurant established in 1986 and known for its traditional American fare and weekly magic acts, with plans to overhaul the dining space and rename it Harley Gray Kitchen & Bar.

GLAAD's What To Watch On Wednesday

(This post was originally published by SDGLN content partner GLAAD.)

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Heart & Soul: It’s my story and I’m sticking to it

A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend Atlanta Pride, and ride in the parade with First Metropolitan Community Church of Atlanta. Our mode of transportation was a brand new, bright red Mercedes convertible.

It was a pretty amazing experience. They don’t call it “Hotlanta” for nothing, although I’m not sure if the cute boys blowing kisses in my direction were aiming them at me or the car!

I got to thinking about that, and the other times in our lives when we are not sure of all the facts and so we, consciously or unconsciously, make up our story about what happened.

Watch LIVE! Wisconsin Supreme Court hearing on domestic partnership law

MADISON, Wisc. – The Wisconsin Supreme Court today will hear a challenge on whether the state’s domestic partnership law is constitutional.

You can watch the oral arguments LIVE on the Wisconsin Eye.

On Sept. 11, Lambda Legal filed a brief on behalf of Fair Wisconsin and five same-gender couples in the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, asking the court to uphold the law as constitutional.

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