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Sisters

dvd of the week Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are as great a comedy team as any, and whether on Saturday Night Live, hosting the Golden Globes, or in the silly Baby Mama (2008), their easy connection and thrilling repartee is pure joy to watch. In Sisters, they again play opposites, though in a switch, […]

Re-elect Supervisor Dave Roberts

This past Monday night, I attended a fundraiser along with Commissioner Bruce Abrams at Martini’s Above Fourth (fabulous food as usual) for popular County Supervisor Dave Roberts. It was one of the biggest crowds I have seen at a political event this campaign season, with both Democrats and Republicans in attendance. Dave Roberts is, along […]

Take Flight

What happens when ‘I do’ becomes ‘whoo-hoo!’

Your summer is filling up quickly. It starts with graduations and confirmations. You’ve already got a pile of “Save the Date” cards for a bunch of weddings, and the summer wraps up with family reunions and more weddings. It might even end with yours, and in the new book The Best Party of Our Lives […]

Vermin Street observations

Just back from my trip, I took my first bus ride down University Avenue and was surprised at the changes six weeks had brought. Buildings, shops and restaurants were gone, yet often in the same locations buildings, shops and restaurants were opening. Thus is the power of positive thinking, a principle to live by. Walking […]

Sentencing set for drunk driver who killed gay Hillcrest hair stylist

Sentencing is set for April 20 for the drunk driver who killed Hillcrest hair stylist Oscar Melero in 2015 and he is expected to get 14 years and eight months in state prison. Melero, 52, was killed Feb. 15, 2015 while he was waiting around 7 a.m. in his car to participate in the California […]

San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus premieres California Dreamin’

Go west this spring as the award-winning San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus premieres its highly anticipated new show California Dreamin’ at the historic Balboa Theatre April 23 and 24. Created by Artistic Director RC Haus, this fun-in-the-sun show features songs with a decidedly Californian flair. There will be Disneyland princesses gloriously proclaiming love, a medley […]

North Carolina and Georgia

The LGBT community has finally crossed over into the mainstream. In the last 10 months with the Supreme Court decision supporting marriage equality in the United States, lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender Americans have seen a dramatic shift in how America views our community. That shift underscores the importance of the Supreme Court. The Supreme […]

The City: Top to Bottom

thursday, march 31 San Diego Opera Listening Tour You talk. We listen. That’s the concept behind SDO’s new interactive Listening Tours, hosted by new General Director David Bennett. In partnership with Q2 Insights Market Research Firm and using smartphone technology, these Listening Tours will allow participants to respond to questions in real-time and drive the […]

Virginia governor vetoes anti-LGBT bill

Today, Virgina Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetoed an anti-LGBT bill  that would have allowed businesses to discriminate against LGBT people based on their religious opposition to same-sex marriage. The Advocate reported that the bill would have prevented the state from penalizing businesses and individuals who cite faith-based grounds for discriminating against same-sex couples, transgender people, and […]

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