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With a little bit of pixie dust and a lot of faith, ‘Finding Neverland’ flies into San Diego

So many things can be associated with J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan. There have been over 10 different films and over 20 different novels based on the story. Not to mention the Peter Pan complex and syndrome that refer to men who refuse to grow up, or those who avoid responsibilities or who would rather live […]

Fighting for LGBTQ equality: The substance beneath Dr. Bronner’s foam

Thom Senzee, author of this article, is a West Coast-based freelance journalist, and a regular contributor to San Diego LGBT Weekly. David Bronner has been quoted in Mother Jones and Bloomberg that in his case, CEO stands for “cosmic engagement officer,” rather than chief executive officer, the nomenclature of most corporate corner-officeholders. “I got a […]

The secret of success

Wine bars seem to come and go so quickly around here. (Adieu, Wine Steals. Au revoir, 100 Wines), yet Splash perseveres. Their secret? “Selection, interaction and value,” said Debra, the enduring establishment’s gracious hostess and knowledgeable manager. Selection. Splash, located in the heart of North Park, features 64 wines from around the world at every […]

TV’s ’48 Hours’ to revisit Versace/Cunanan story

This coming July will mark the 20th anniversary of Andrew Cunanan’s “killing spree” national rampage that ended with the killing of fashion designer and icon Gianni Versace. Cunanan committed suicide after murdering a total of five people in the cities of Minneapolis, Chicago and Miami. For weeks this story made world headlines that turned into […]

A no-nonsense guide to marriage, gay and otherwise

The box was too small for a toaster. There was no pony in there, no new car, not even a stuffed animal. The box was too small for all that, but it held so much more: dreams, ideas, happiness, congratulations! And if you’re lucky, your wise new fiancé tucked Before I Do by Elizabeth F. […]

Counter clock

A few Briefs ago I related the story of my partner in my apartment hearing a voice telling him how to resuscitate my antique clock that had stood silent for several months. I’m sure, many of you who have anxiously awaited an update will be happy with the news my beloved timepiece is gonging away […]

MCC’s Rev. Caedmon Grace seriously injured in motorcycle accident

Rev. Caedmon Grace is improving after being seriously injured March 20 in a motorcycle accident minutes after leaving the Metropolitan Community Church where he works as minister of congregational life. Grace, 38, sustained multiple fractures on his left leg and was initially taken to the UCSD trauma unit. He was transferred to another hospital March […]

Alleged killer’s attorney wants victim’s online ads admitted as evidence

The attorney for an Otay Mesa man accused of killing his boyfriend in Mexico has asked a judge to admit personal online ads by the victim into evidence during the April murder trial. David Enrique Meza, 26, is charged with stabbing Jake Merendino, 52, to death off a highway between Rosarito and Ensenada, Mexico. He […]

Thank you, LGBT Republicans

LGBT Republicans got what they wanted last November. I hope they are happy. I was perplexed last November, as I am always with the concept of an LGBT Republican, because their party proves time and time again they do not support LGBT people. Twenty percent of LGBT people voted for Donald Trump and helped him […]

ACLU and Lambda Legal condemn ‘Fake’ repeal of HB 2 law

North Carolina same sex marriage - LGBT Weekly

RALEIGH, N.C. — The North Carolina General Assembly today passed a bill that does not repeal the discriminatory HB 2 law. Instead, it keeps in place the most harmful parts of the law. The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina is delivering a letter to Gov. Roy Cooper urging him to veto the measure […]

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