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Warm Bodies

dvd of the week The first seconds of Warm Bodies announces how different it is from almost every other zombie story. It begins with a zombified young man (Nicholas Hoult) wandering through an airport full of other hunched, shuffling dead people, and, shockingly, the young man has a witty, articulate voice over. This zombie can […]

Clinton in 2020!

Hillary Clinton Ask a Hillary Clinton supporter why we need her in 2016 and you’ll likely hear how difficult it will be for Democrats to win in 2016, and how important the election will be. I agree, but think they are missing an even stronger argument for a Clinton candidacy on both counts — 2020. […]

Bringing awareness to mental illness

We went to Queen Bee’s Art and Cultural Center May 16 to view the exhibit, Through our lens: personal stories of mental illness. The event by Meeting Place Clubhouse featured 28 photographs and artwork from fourteen of its members. Guests enjoyed complimentary tray passed hors d’oeuvres and drinks along with the powerful art that was […]

The Art of Pride festival deadline looming

Last year I had the distinct honor of co-jurying entries to the Art of Pride juried exhibition which happens in conjunction with San Diego’s LGBT 2013 Pride festival. Whoosh, and believe it or not 11 months have rolled by and the deadline is looming for artists interested in exhibiting their work at this year’s show. […]

The City: Top to Bottom

thursday, may 30 Steal Heaven – ONE NIGHT ONLY! Activist Abbie Hoffman is back on the scene raising Cain, raising the Pentagon and raising the next generation of social game-changers. San Diego REP’s artist-in-residence Herbert Siguenza of Culture Clash, whose “Weekend with Pablo Picasso” has been playing across the country, depicts Hoffman nestled in a […]

Funding LGBT nonprofits

One of the things that has propelled the gay community forward through the years has been its nonprofits, and community support for these organizations. The HRC, for example, began as a gay specific civil rights organization that was supported by members of the lesbian and gay community, and after decades of work the organization began […]

Parish ‘to part ways’ with Boy Scouts after vote to allow gays

Bremerton, WA (KCPQ/CNN)) — The pastor of a Roman Catholic church in Bremerton has announced that his parish will no longer have any involvement with the Boy Scouts of America in light of the organization’s recent vote to allow gay youths to join. The Rev. Derek Lappe, 41, pastor of the Our Lady Star of […]

ExxonMobil rejects LGBT discrimination ban

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — For the 14th year in a row, shareholders at oil giant ExxonMobil overwhelmingly shot down a proposal that would specifically prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The proposal, sponsored by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli and brought before shareholders on Wednesday, asked ExxonMobil to add wording to […]

Jallen Messersmith comes out, a first for the Men’s Basketball College League

Add Jallen Messersmith to the small but growing number of athletes that are taking their first steps  out of the sexual closet and into the world of professional sports. Last month, Jason Collins, a center for the Washington Wizards, announced to the world that, yes, he is gay (and black and male) in an eloquent […]

38th Annual Nicky Awards: Aug. 25

The 38th Annual Nicky Awards – San Diego’s Gay Academy Awards – will be held Aug 25 at the Marriott Mission Valley, 8757 Rio San Diego Drive, in San Diego. Launching the sponsorship drive for the event, Allan Spyere, chair of the board of governors 38th Annual Nicky Awards said, “This will be an evening of […]

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