Skeleton Crew

The Old Globe Theatre, Moxie Theatre and Delicia Turner Sonnenberg come together in a historic collaboration. Opening this week at the Old Globe Theatre is the play Skeleton Crew, penned by playwright and actress Dominique Morisseau. Skeleton Crew focuses on the Great Recession and how it affected one of the last auto stamping plants in […]

Dine Out! Fight AIDS!

The Center’s Cheli Mohamed on the magic that volunteers bring to Dining Out for Life San Diego. The San Diego LGBT Community Center has made it incredibly easy, and wildly fun, to make a difference in the fight against HIV. Share a meal at that new place you’ve wanted to try = support HIV services […]

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 […]

Pride and Prejudice:

Thursday, March 23 at 10 on the Park at Time Warner Center in midtown Manhattan, some of the most forward thinking business leaders, athletes, social activists and others will converge for the second annual “Pride and Prejudice: The Business Case for LGBT Diversity and Inclusion.” The all-day event, which is being hosted by The Economist, […]

Love v. Kentucky

Director Alex Schuman on his new documentary about the historic civil rights battle that led to the legalization of same-sex marriage in the United States. With the nomination, and likely confirmation, of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, many LGBT activists worry that we are one ‘religious liberty’ case away from dismantling the 2015 landmark […]

Is PrEP right for you? County launches HIV prevention campaign

“It’s your life. Own the journey.” That is the message being delivered by a new HIV prevention campaign launched by the County of San Diego this month. The campaign is designed to encourage individuals at risk of contracting HIV to consider PrEP, or Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, as a method of HIV prevention. PrEP involves taking a […]

Bienvenido a La Habana: Exploring gay life in Cuba’s capital

Cuba is changing. But to understand the many crosscurrents, one need only observe gay life in this island capital. To understand the Cuban people, you first need to understand the Cuban Revolution; not just the one still roiling a nation under the dictats of a deceased Fidel Castro, but the ongoing revolution on the Cuban […]

The 89th Academy Awards: Has the academy finally moved on from the #OscarsSoWhite years?

It’s Oscar time 2017 but … Once upon a time in a Hollywoodland not so far away, Academy Awards were first presented for outstanding film achievement. That was 1929. All the political leaders were white, segregation reigned, and some people had to ride in the back of busses. And all the Oscar nominees and recipients […]

Asia Kate Dillon

Meet one of the first non-binary gender identifying actors to be cast on mainstream TV Billions, a Showtime original program is based loosely on the prosecution of Steve Cohen – played here as Bobby “Axe” Axelrod (Showtime’s Damian Lewis from Homeland) – by zealous financial crimes prosecutor Preet Bhahara – Paul Giamatti as Chuck Rhoades, […]

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