Here is everything we covered this week in San Diego Gay and Lesbian News.
A man living near California’s wine country was arrested after he made threats against the LGBT community saying he was going to set off pipe bombs at a local Safeway and a Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office substation.
A judge in the ironically named city of Bakersfield issued a final judgment in favor of Tastries Bakery owner Cathy Miller; she can refuse service to customers based on her religious beliefs.
The Texas town of Del Rio has a new mayor; openly gay veteran Bruno “Ralphy” Lozano (D). He won the office in the May 5 municipal election by 62-percent.
Republican Jazmina Saavedra who is running for Congress in California’s 44th District filmed herself berating a transgender woman through a closed bathroom stall in a Los Angeles restaurant.
“Allegiance” will soon be coming to your neck of the woods, because it’s a tour de force. And, it’s another shameful time in American history. Rev. Irene Monroe reviews this timely play.
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) responded to the Trump-Pence Administration’s appointment of Tony Perkins and Gary Bauer to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.
The San Diego LGBT Community Center announced that the 10th annual Harvey Milk Diversity Breakfast will take place on Friday, May 18 from 7:30-9 am at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel.
The San Diego Armada Rugby Football Club Boys are anything but a drag, but that is what they will be this coming Saturday in the 3rd annual Miss Ruck n’ Tuck and it’s all for a good cause.
Jinx Mirage has all the T on what to do in the community this week in "Out & About."
For those of you who are wondering what writer Michael Patrick King's next project will be after the cancellation of "2 Broke Girls" the answer lies in Netflix. That's right, the streaming giant is bringing the Sex and the City and The Comeback writer on board for a new series starring RuPaul Charles called "AJ and The Queen."
It wasn’t a terrorist threat and it wasn’t an ominous PR stunt promoting a new single, it was simply “art” according to Tyra Sanchez about her perceived threats against DragCon which took place this past weekend.
Last week RuPaul's Drag Race had some people screaming "snap out of it!" as the contestants gave their best impressions of musical icon Cher for the Cher: The Unauthorized Rusical maxi challenge. The Vixen talks to us about her time on the show.
The new trailer for the Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” was released.
Disney has joined other major brands in celebrating LGBT Pride. In what was once considered a branding taboo, companies have now embraced the lucrative retail value of releasing products with rainbow symbolism.
A few years ago, people were at odds with each other about the color of a dress, making most of the world wonder if they were a part of some global practical joke. It was so polarizing science had to step in to explain it. Now comes the "laurel" vs. "yanny" debate.
We review the drama "Say Yes" which will make its world premiere at FilmOut San Diego LGBT Film Festival.
Sometimes it’s the meanest tweets that get the most attention and one posted a few days ago by Twitter user “social (lightning bolt emoji) suicide™” has gone viral. He calls out larger men who wear floral prints, saying they just shouldn't do it.
Lips San Diego has become a popular spot for all types of celebrations. For nearly 19 years they’ve hosted special events from birthdays to bachelorette parties; the iconic neon sign lighting up the night on historic El Cajon Boulevard from inside and out.
This cute kitty needs a loving home like yours, you can adopt her at the San Diego Humane Society.
HEALTH, WELLNESS, AND SPORTS
San Diego sports fans are going to be able to keep up with local amateur sporting events thanks to a new network launching this week with the cooperation of America’s Finest City Softball League (AFCSL), the largest LGBT sports organization in San Diego.
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