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Canada votes to ban conversion therapy

Canada votes to ban conversion therapy

The legislation would make it illegal to have a child undergo the practice or have anyone unwillingly undergo it.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals proposed the measure, though its passage prompted applause on both sides of the aisle.

Oldest continuous drag club in U.S. gains recognition in the National Register of Historic Places

Oldest continuous drag club in U.S. gains recognition in the National Register of Historic Places

PORTLAND, Ore. — Walter Cole was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. Except for his two years in the military for the Korean War, he’s never lived anywhere else. However, in his 91 years of life, he’s seen a lot.

“I'm a female impersonator, and my stage name is Darcelle XV,” Cole said.

He’s always loved theatre. In 1969, Cole discovered his “alter ego.”

Today is World AIDS Day

Today is World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day has been observed on December 1 every year since 1988, with the purpose of honoring and remembering the millions who have been lost to the epidemic and to bring attention to HIV/AIDS and those currently living with it.

Hundreds of San Diego police officers unvaccinated as city prepares to impose mandate

Hundreds of San Diego police officers unvaccinated as city prepares to impose mandate

Brandon Gibson knows just how serious COVID-19 is. He beat back the disease two months ago.

“It kicked my butt,” he said.

Yet he quit the San Diego police force earlier this month after 10 years because he is not ready to get the vaccine, an imminent condition of employment for city workers.

“I am not an anti-vaxer,” Gibson, 45, said in a recent interview.

New trolley line to La Jolla opened Sunday

New trolley line to La Jolla opened Sunday

Trains began running early Sunday morning on a long-awaited trolley line connecting Old Town to La Jolla that regional leaders are touting as a monumental project for greater San Diego.

Annual Father Joes' Villages Turkey Trot back on this year

Looking to avoid the feeling of gluttony after gobbling up Grandma's turkey this Thanksgiving? Make some room for your Thanksgiving feast ahead of time at one of San Diego's annual Turkey Trots.

Turkey Trots are a fun family affair, so get the kiddos out of bed and start the holiday off with a run. Plus, the races benefit the San Diego community in various ways.