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Verizon grant funds school hate-free zones

Thanks to a donation from the Verizon Foundation, all schools within the San Diego Unified School District will receive a free copy of the Safe Space Kit, part of a nationwide campaign to build inclusive, safe learning spaces for all students. William Kowba, San Diego Superintendent, and Brett Peterson, San Diego County Co-chairman of Gay, […]

Despite community protest, City Council passes medical marijuana ordinance

Following a five-hour debate, the City Council voted 5-2 Monday to pass a medical marijuana ordinance that limits dispensaries to light industrial zones, which means most of the current pot shops in Ocean Beach, Hillcrest, Pacific Beach, and downtown will have to close. Nearly 500 people attended the City Council session which was devoted to […]

‘… And Then I Wrote a Song About It’ a tour-de-force

The Diversionary Theatre’s new show, … And Then I Wrote a Song About It, is not your typical musical theatre production. There’s no ensemble cast. It’s just one man singing every song, reciting every line and dancing every dance. The multi-talented Nick Cearley portrays Randall, an aspiring actor-singer-songwriter-dancer-secretary, with a certain ease that can only […]

Our Streets! Our Lives! One is Too Many! Rally and March

Mr. San Diego Bear Contest

Budget cuts leave LGBT groups short changed

Being Alive San Diego's facility in Hillcrest.

With less federal grant money to go around, the San Diego City Council voted March 21 not to allocate any funding to several LGBT organizations for fiscal year 2012, including the Neil Good Day Center, Townspeople and Being Alive San Diego. The Neil Good Center provides a mailing address, showers and telephones for the homeless […]

Target sues San Diego pro-gay marriage group

Target Corp. has sued a San Diego activist group to stop it from canvassing outside their California stores. The corporation wants to bar the activists from every outlet in the state, alleging they harass customers by cornering them near store entrances to discuss gay marriage, solicit donations and collect signatures on petitions for their cause. […]

‘Ignite Your Senses’ at Dinah Shore

This year, Girl Bar takes the party to the Palm Springs strip and joins forces with The Truck Stop Girlz to put the action into high gear for the annual Girl Bar Dinah Shore Week 2011, happening now through April 3. “We’ve got a hot new spot for this year’s Girl Bar Dinah Shore Week […]

Estelle’s one love

April 2, R&B/rap artist Estelle performs live at the Saturday night main event during Girl Bar Dinah Shore Week in Palm Springs. Estelle won a 2009 Grammy Award for “American Boy” (with Kanye West) in the category for Best Rap/Song Collaboration. For her latest hit, “One Love,” she collaborated with DJ/Producer and musical mastermind Dave […]

Report reveals extent of ‘bisexual invisibility’

SAN FRANCISICO – The San Francisco Human Rights Commission has adopted a groundbreaking report examining the consequences of rendering bisexuals “invisible.” The report is believed to be the first of its kind. “I’m so excited and relieved. It’s been such a long time coming,” said Lindasusan Ulrich, the author of the report. “I had a […]

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