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Haunted San Diego

San Diego has two of the most haunted destinations in all of America. The Kate Morgan room at the Hotel Del Coronado and the Whaley House in Old Town. Before you read on, I want all of my readers to know that everything in the following story is true. It is based on historical documents, […]

Front Runners and Walkers San Diego contribute $5,000 to Pride

Wednesday, Oct. 21, without pomp or circumstance, both a ceremonial and an actual check for $5,000 from Front Runners and Walkers San Diego were presented to Stephen Whitburn , the executive director of San Diego Pride, a former Red Cross executive, a local San Diego newscaster and a dead ringer for the love child of […]

Leslie Alexis honored at Metropolitan Community Church

A standing ovation was given to Leslie Alexis on Sunday by the congregation of the Metropolitan Community Church in San Diego (MCC) as the soloist and drummer was given a certificate of appreciation before her move to Chicago. People stood and clapped but were also sad after Senior Pastor Dan Koeshall announced Leslie and her […]

Visit, now!

Frank and I went to university together and ended up in San Diego. The years have flown by and even though he is still looking good with his fabulous hair and his comebacks as quick as ever, he could not ignore the physical failings overtaking him and so has moved to a care facility. We […]

This new short-story collection will make you ponder

And they lived happily ever after. Even today, years after you’ve outgrown fairy tales, those words make you smile. Ohh, how you love a happy ending, even though (and maybe because) life doesn’t always work out that way. As a matter of fact, in Nothing Looks Familiar, a new short-story collection by Shawn Syms, sad […]


31 San Diegans gathered in Portland for Imperial Court 50th Gala

Last weekend LGBT Royalty and friends from all over the United States, Canada and Mexico gathered in Portland, Ore. for a historic event: the 50th Anniversary of the International Imperial Court System (ICS), which now has chapters in over 68 cities in these great nations. The elegant Governor’s Ballroom of the Sentinel Hotel hosted the […]

Best of Enemies

Best of Enemies, impeccably crafted by Morgan Neville and Robert Gordon, tells the story of the televised debates between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley Jr. during the 1968 Republican and Democratic National Conventions. In order to create excitement for their coverage of the conventions, ABC decided to pit the two most entertaining political wits […]


CBS, Mondays, 8 p.m. CBS’s Supergirl is based on Superman’s cousin’s heroic adventures in Los Angeles-like National City. Avoiding the darkness of the DC heroes’ films, Supergirl, like The Flash, is bright and cheery, positive and inspiring. As Kara Danvers and Supergirl, the titular Kryptonian refugee who becomes super-powered under the Earth’s yellow sun, Melissa […]

A culinary tour of France with a California flair

“Making porn is harder than it looks,” he said between appetizer nibbles and cocktail sips. I hadn’t seen my buddy “Pierce” in several months. He’s a newbie in gay adult films; tall, lean and ruggedly handsome. We caught up over dinner at Hexagone one recent balmy evening. “Performing under hot lights for six hours with […]

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