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San Diego responds to COVID-19: "Stay home"

San Diego responds to COVID-19: "Stay home."

San Diego health and elected officials held a press conference today to address the growing concerns of COVID-19.

County Health Officer Dr. Wilma J. Wooten said there are five new presumptive positive coronavirus cases in San Diego. One patient may have contracted the disease through a community-based transmission. She also said that San Diego can expect more cases and even deaths. 

San Diego Police on-scene in Hillcrest after reports of gunfire

San Diego Police on-scene in Hillcrest after reports of gunfire.

Update 2:30 pm: San Diego Gay and Lesbian News has gotten word that the gunman is inside the Аврòра structure on Fourth and Robinson Avenues. 

Police say no injuries have been reported as of 3:30 pm. 

San Diego police are currently responding to reports of shots being fired in Hillcrest.

RuPaul's DragCon LA 2020 canceled

RuPaul's DragCon LA 2020 canceled.

The country is currently subdued because of the worldwide spread of COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus, which is causing a lot of festivals and mass get-together events to close until further notice. 

"World Famous Tin Room" in Hillcrest closes doors after nearly three months

"World Famous Tin Room" in Hillcrest closes after three months.

What promised to be an exciting crazy Texas-style nightlife bar in Hillcrest has suddenly walked off into the sunset this week.

The World Famous Tin Room in Hillcrest has closed for good after only three months in the historic neighborhood.

Indianapolis woman killed hours after exposing man on FB Live for being gay

Indianapolis woman killed hours after exposing man on FB Live for being gay.

An Indianapolis woman has died on Tuesday after being shot just hours after going on Facebook Live to expose a man for being gay, having accidentally caught him in a sexual act.

There is no proof that the two incidents are connected. 

Parliament House won't get auctioned off despite rumors says owner

Orlando's world-famous LGBT club Parliament House isn't going anywhere according to owner Don Granatstein.

Rumors have been flying lately that the historic property is going to be auctioned off at the end of the month because of court documents that appeared on the Orange County Clerk of Courts website.

200-year-old diary sheds new light on what ordinary people thought of homosexuality

200 year-old diary sheds new light on what ordinary people thought of homosexuality.

At first it doesn't seem that an everyday farmer's diary from 1810 could possibly hold any insight into homosexuality and tolerance, but researchers from Oxford University studying one such book have discovered some people were making a case that being gay is a natural human trait.