San Diego: A honeymooner’s paradise

If you’re of the marrying kind and are one of the growing number of LGBT Americans living in one of the 19 states or District of Columbia (a whopping 43 percent of the country’s total population) and you’re just beginning to plan your honeymoon, San Diego LGBT Weekly has some great news. San Diego was [...]

And baby makes three


It starts like any other Friday. Morning coffee, off to work, lunch with colleagues. Phone rings – don’t recognize the number. Send to voicemail. Phone rings again – OK, must be important. You’ve been picked. You’re having a baby scheduled for delivery in a few hours. In Oceanside. Go. From our early years dating we [...]

A gay dad’s Father’s Day

Becoming a father once had this dreamy quality to it. I was seven years old when I first knew the names of my future kids: Sascha, Pascal and a third that got lost in the passage of time. There was also a wife in that picture somewhere. As a kid, the concept of marriage and [...]

The legacy of Harvey Milk strengthened with release of US postage stamp, community celebrations

Harvey Milk -- Photo Dan Nicoletta

Back when he first ran, unsuccessfully, for a seat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, Harvey Milk didn’t have the stamp of approval from the so-called “gay establishment.” Today, May 22 – which would have been his 84th birthday and is celebrated as Harvey Milk Day in California – he will be memorialized with [...]

Antigone Rising

By the end of the 1950s, it had become apparent that the first chapter in rock ’n’ roll’s storied history had come to a close. Buddy Holly, Richie Valens (“La Bamba”) and the Big Bopper (“Chantilly Lace”) were all killed in a plane crash over Iowa. Little Richard (“Good Golly, Miss Molly”) had retired from [...]

Time to take skin cancer seriously

For many LGBT people – especially the guys – sun worshipping at Black’s Beach is as much a part of the Hillcrest scene as dancing at a club. But May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month and for those who don’t think skin cancer is serious, remember James Rebhorn, the character actor perhaps best known as [...]

May 11: Celebrating a day that is all about Mom

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It’s not a legal holiday but it’s the busiest day of the year for restaurants and the second busiest time for florists. That’s Mother’s Day. Though mothers and motherhood have been celebrated for thousands of years, Mother’s Day as we know it began in the United States in the early 1900s; its first official presidential [...]

Michael Nava: an author with pride

“Books enrich us, they help make us more human and they help diminish the fear that we might have of each other.” — MICHAEL NAVA Michael Nava published his first book in 1986. That novel, The Little Death, was published by Alyson Publications, a small gay press that accepted the book after 13 other publishers [...]

Bob Brewer promises to ‘depoliticize’ DA’s office

Bob Brewer

Sounding very much the part, San Diego County district attorney candidate, Bob Brewer recently spoke with LGBT Weekly about the heated election campaign for the job of the region’s top cop, his opponent in the race and his best friend – a dog named Combination Plate #3, aka “Taco.” Brewer, who is running against three-term [...]

The San Diego LGBT Community Center: San Diego’s ‘gay city hall’ is busier than ever

Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and Prop. 8 are relegated to their rightful places in the dustbin of history; it seems like pretty much everyone who wants to be open about their sexual orientation is; and it appears to many that HIV is a minor concern. So what’s there left for an LGBT Center to do? [...]

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