The B-52s to perform at San Diego AIDS Memorial Benefit Concert


Can a benefit concert featuring a headlining act whose songs bridge the gaps separating four decades of musical styles bring together two generations of San Diegans devastated by HIV/AIDS and today’s millennial generation, which sees the virus as merely a chronic medical condition – or just another STD? Jay Sheehan says “yes;” The B-52s can […]

‘Beautiful’ music


Meet Becky Gulsvig who plays prominent American songwriter Cynthia Weil in the Tony Award-winning Carole King musical ‘Beautiful’ Carole King has been a national treasure for years now dominating the music world for decades with Billboard hits like “I Feel The Earth Move Under My Feet”, “Jazzman”, “You’ve Got A Friend” and “It’s Too Late”. […]

‘Love Goddess’ Judy Tenuta joins Reunion Party in support of LGBT seniors


Imagine a country like Mexico or Japan whose population has been replaced entirely by a demographic consisting of nothing but people 45 or older. That is what the United States looks like today. Nearly 135 million people – roughly 43 percent – of America consists of people getting older. And their ranks are swelling. According […]

Duran Duran returns to San Diego


Tuesday, Aug. 2, one of the most internationally successful bands ever, Duran Duran, returns to San Diego on the latest leg of their North American Paper Gods Tour with ’70s disco sensation Chic featuring Nile Rodgers and upcoming electronic artist Tokimonsta. Formed 38 years ago in Birmingham, England by Nick Rhodes and John Taylor, the […]

Rilan: Promoting individuality through his music


One of the best things San Diegans get to enjoy during Pride weekend is the plethora of musical acts that the music festival has to offer. This year the annual San Diego Pride Music Festival in Balboa Park will include multiple stages of entertainment, with more than 200 musicians, bands, comedians and dancers to tempt […]

Kesha won’t hold back for anyone — especially at Pride


San Diego LGBT Pride Music Festival headliner Kesha may not have set out on a career trajectory intending to become an educator of straight men, but boy has she schooled a few. Take for instance an Internet troll who recently made the mistake of publicly criticizing the megastar recording artist’s posterior. Here’s the stunningly concise, […]

A ‘Perfect’ way to celebrate Marriage Equality Day


It’s been a year since marriage equality became the law of the land as the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the last of the anti-same-sex marriage laws. I watched all of this up close, chronicling the fight for eight and a half years as the author of the Marriage Equality Watch blog. I started in […]

Meet Jeffrey Marsh


Meet the Vine star, author and youth advocate who has lit up social media with more than a quarter billion views In an age of often vapid social media, where our likes, dislikes, beliefs and values are funneled through an echo chamber of our own choosing, it is no surprise that both the metrics and […]

Billy Bean: ‘MLB has spoken loudly and clearly in support of the LGBT community’


MLB’s first ambassador for inclusion opens up on the Padres/SDGMC national anthem incident Just over two weeks ago alleged homophobia in sport hit San Diego. This well-documented incident started as a night of celebration at the annual Out at the Park, May 21 at Petco Park. The evening, as the Padres were about to take […]

In celebration of gay dads

Gay Dads

Meet the founders of the Web site that helps gay dads navigate fatherhood With Father’s Day rapidly approaching, children across the country are planning ways to celebrate their dad. From making hand print artwork to selecting a new tie, kids have many options when it comes to showing their dad how much they care. While […]

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