This week's stories from San Diego Gay and Lesbian News.
On Monday morning Orlando was the site of another a shooter resulting in causalities nearly a year after the Pulse nightclub massacre.
Locally, the shuttered Palomar Card Room has become a place for homelessness and garbage.
In Illinois, an 8-year-old soccer player has her team disqualified after organizers of the tournament claim she is a boy.
Just days before the Equality March on Washington, President Trump addresses the "Road to Majority" conference for religious leaders.
On Wednesday night a rivalry between hip hop artists turned violent during a North Park concert resulting in one person getting stabbed.
The Hillcrest 111 building gets approved by the Uptown Planners in Hillcrest after they make changes to the blueprints.
Also last week Leo Varadkar the 38-years-old out gay politician is poised to become Ireland's Prime Minister.
A republican gay man in Charlotte N.C., was denied a float in the Pride parade because of his political affiliation.
Also San Diego gets $6 million from the state to help ease the homeless problems throughout out the city and county.
We told you last week that Democrats are using extreme right tactics in their efforts to thwart Carl DeMaio's signature gathering efforts to recall California Sen. Josh Newman. Not only are they handing out flyers alluding to false claims, but video also captures them handing out the leaflets knowing the verbiage against DeMaio is a based on falsities.
San Diego City Commissioner Dion Brown welcomes new Pride Executive Director Eric Heinritz to San Diego in an open letter.
Reverend Irene Monroe talks about how much more the LGBT community needs to do in their efforts of inclusion.
And Amit Paley becomes Trevor Projects' next Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Aerial acrobat Travis Ti is flying high above the stage to bring awareness to refugees who are displaced. The show is called "Specific Gravity."
Cities all across America will take part in the March on Washington, San Diego included: here are the details for that march.
"Out & About" is packed with fun things to do around San Diego this week, including the San Diego LGBT Film Festival, The Equality March and a special birthday celebration from the Divas at Rich's featuring Sonique.
Speaking of the Film Festival this is the first year organizers added a horror short track: these five short films should not be missed.
During Pride Month one writer notices that his love of horror movies are missing relatable gay characters if they contain any at all.
A web evangelist is outraged at McDonalds new fry boxes that celebrate Pride with rainbow decor.
At Martinis Above Fourth, get to know Trixie Mattel in her "Ages 3+ Up" one-woman show. We talked to the Drag Race legend about what people can expect.
Out social columnist Jinx Mirage walks you through his past weekend of fun by the pool and other activities in Hillcrest.
June begins LGBT Pride Month, a declaration that goes all the way back to President Bill Clinton, but ended with Donald Trump.
LE Parties is throwing a great musical event called "Intensity" in Nevada which leads into the EDC Las Vegas music event and it's going to be the party of a lifetime.
HEALTH, WELLNESS & SPORTS
WWE champion Dave Bautista of the Guardians of the Galaxy movies has a few choice words for homophobes.
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