Trump’s unfortunate political gestation

It’s been nine months since the election of Donald Trump and his political gestation has left America embarrassed and at substantial risk internationally and domestically. Trump has effectively gestated “bull horn” politics. No longer is racism, or nationalism, dog whistle politics. Trump has allowed the discriminatory views of some in our society to be amplified […]

Blessing of the Animals at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral this Sunday

In honor of St. Francis of Assisi Day, come to St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral for their annual Blessing of the Animals celebration at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 8. All animals, big and small, are welcome. And all are welcome, too—no matter who you are or where you are on your journey of faith. Musician Pavel […]

Free speech

My partner Scott and I are on vacation in Central Europe and really are getting a fresh perspective on what Europeans think of President Donald Trump. Most Americans seem to be embarrassed by the president and cannot answer simple questions posed by European citizens. Simple questions like, “Do you support Trump,” “Is Trump representing the […]

Hep A crisis and needed Hillcrest action

San Diego, Sept. 16  — Letter to the editor: San Diego is facing a massive Hepatitis A epidemic. Seventeen San Diegans have died of this in the last few months. One this morning. Over 400 in hospital. This has been headline news in Time Magazine, the NY Times and Washington Post. HEP A is always […]

Here we go again …

Former District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis has thrown her hat in the ring to take over Supervisor Ron Robert’s seat when he terms out in 2018. While Dumanis has not formally started her campaign, she has filed the paperwork. This sets up a rematch between Nathan Fletcher and Dumanis who both ran for mayor, and lost, […]

New GLBT History Museum exhibition explores the legacy of a queer journal

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — A new multimedia exhibition opening Oct. 6 at the GLBT History Museum explores the story of OUT/LOOK, a groundbreaking national queer quarterly published in San Francisco from 1988 to 1992. Embracing gender and racial diversity and bridging academic and community perspectives, the magazine developed an avid readership. The show and its associated […]

Letters

Kudos! ‘Monuments to oppression’ Mr. Corbin, I am a 75 year old white male. I would be remiss if I did not commend you on your excellent piece in the August 17 LGBT Weekly (issue 232). Very well said. Kudos! PAUL HETRICK

Hodgepodge

Oh Canada My partner and I traveled to Montreal for Pride this year to celebrate for the fifth time in Canada. It was clear that Canada is not the United States, in fact as much as I hate to say it, it seems that Canada is a better version of our great country. Prime Minister […]

Monuments to oppression

The events in Charlottesville, Va. this week have once again highlighted the difference between tolerance and acceptance. Those who do not want to accept the diversity of America always talk about tolerance. The African American, immigrant, Latino, Asian, Native American and LGBT communities do not want to be tolerated, we want to be accepted. Accepted […]

San Diego Opera joins Fort Worth Opera in the co-commission of ‘The Last Dream of Frida and Diego’

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Fort Worth Opera and San Diego Opera will formally announce the 2020 world premiere of The Last Dream of Frida & Diego in Mexico City on Aug. 24, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Nilo Cruz and Latin Grammy winner, pianist, and classical composer Gabriela Lena Frank. A co-commission with Fort Worth […]

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