This week's top stories include San Diego Pride and community leaders coming to an agreement; Filter coffeehouse in HIllcrest to close; and details on the San Diego Women's March set for January.
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We learned today that the San Diego Pride Board of Directrors have reached an agreement with community leaders regarding several issues that have caused contention over the past few months. San Diego Pride 2017 will now go on as usual. Read our previous coverage on the upheaval here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.
Other news from Hillcrest: A mother gives birth to baby in minivan outside UCSD Medical Center; a warhead was found in a backyard following the downpour; and there still no clues on missing man who disappeared in Hillcrest on Oct. 23.
A local story that made national news this week was about a Qualcomm Stadium security guard who was fired for pleasuring himself on the field at Sunday's Chargers game.
Up in Washington state, a Cheesecake Factory location denies service to armed officers.
From The Rev. Irene Monroe: War on Christmas continues.
Tantrums & Tiaras announces its 2017 contestants!
Further details for the Jan. 21 San Diego Women's March are here.
San Diego Veterans will sit down to gourmet Christmas dinner.
It may be Christmas weekend but there's still lots of fun going on around town: The annual ' Winter White Party' will be at Rich's on Christmas Eve; and Jim Winsor has the lowdown on the rest of the weekend fun in his latest Out & About.
Actress Carrie Fisher suffers massive heart attack on airplane.
J.K. Rowling approves of Harry Potter images in Pulse tribute collection.
Other entertainment news: Warwick Rowers bare all for LGBT equality in sports; first out network news anchor Thomas Roberts' show canceled; 'Finding Prince Charming' Robert Sepulveda Jr. recreates escort days in new calendar; a gay man was thrown off a plane for confronting Trump's daughter Ivanka; and a Christian theme park wants to 'take back the rainbow.'
And, San Diego takes second in "America's Most Hungover City.'
Stonewall Citizens' Patrol celebrates 10 years protecting San Diego.
The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus is holding auditions.
Gay editor tells NPR: Trump win is scarier than Pulse aftermath.
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