Here is everything we covered this week in San Diego Gay and Lesbian News.
The parents who are accused of torturing and murdering 10-year-old Anthony Avalos may face California's death penalty.
A 13-year-old boy who was lobster diving on Saturday was in serious condition after being attacked by a shark at an Encinitas beach.
Parts of North Park were flooded on Thursday when a water main broke leaving streets submerged and vehicles stranded.
As we celebrate LGBT history month and the icons who have affected us in one way or another, New York is morning the loss of one of their own this week, Osvaldo Gomez, or Ms. Columbia.
A collective groan was heard around the United States when toy retailer Toys "R" Us broke the news that they would be closing all of their stores back in June, but on Monday the controlling lenders say they pulled out of the bankruptcy auction.
In honor of the San Diego Association of Governments' support of National Rideshare Week, the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) and North County Transit District offered free services on Oct. 2.
Mobile device users were surprised when their phones went off on Wednesday for a nationwide presidential alert.
The Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) launched the first-ever 24-hour news channel with a purely religious perspective. Called the CBN News Channel, it quietly began airing on October 1, in 15 cities across the United States.
The Mexican authorities are looking for the culprits who have been tying naked men to lampposts in Puerto Vallarta.
Night work will took place on Thursday at the Georgia Street Bridge in North Park. The project crew upgraded signals on Park Blvd. and University Ave.
San Diego Pride announced the return of the annual Youth Leadership Academy (YLA), being hosted at the San Diego History Center. YLA is a fun, inclusive, and intense day that includes historical context, LGBTQ resource education, team-building activities, and panel discussions that inform and motivate participants to be successful in all that they do.
Sometimes you don't need a flashy reality show to discover the hidden talents of the world, take this post of young Adrian Matthew singing his heart on a Facebook video uploaded by his mother on Sept. 28.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s boisterous romantic comedy The Marriage of Figaro opens San Diego Opera’s 2018-2019 season on Saturday, October 20, 2018, at 7 pm for four performances at the Civic Theatre.
The "Roseanne" reboot was one of the more successful shows of 2018, even getting renewed for the 2018-2019 slate. Its star was fired and the show was renamed The Conners, here is the promo.
A New York drag queen named Honey Davenport (above left) was scheduled to perform at the Monster, a popular gay nightclub in NYC’s Greenwich Village, on Saturday but when she walked on stage she was visibly upset, accusing the club's manager of racism.
This sweet kitten named Alice is waiting to be adopted from the San Diego Humane Society.
HEALTH WELLNESS & SPORTS
Although Americans may not be as in love with hockey as Canadians are, there was at least one international rink-side meet-cute that resulted in a fine romance and a sporting world "royal wedding."
Psychotherapist and journalist Matthew J. Dempsey has covered many topics in the LGBT community and this week he's discussing one which affects every human being: age.
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