Hunky ‘Heartthrobs And Hound Dogs’ calendar raises money for dog rescues

You can help save a dog by buying this beefy calendar for 2017.

2017 is lookin’ mighty fine. 

Hunky police officers, firefighters and military veterans from across Texas recently posed with precious rescue pups for a new calendar that’s raising money for local rescue centers.

Vote for your favorite San Diego non-profit; they will get $20,000

Eight San Diego non-profits are in the running for a $20,000 grant

San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) is going to be giving one San Diego non-profit organization a $20,000 grant based on your votes.

Earth 8, SDG&E and the San Diego River Park Foundation are celebrating eight of San Diego’s most influential organizations which focus on community, environment and humanity.

San Diego DJ could use some support from the community

Robert and his sister DJ Kurty

The one thing that people in the San Diego LGBT community can count on is that when times get tough we are there for each other, whether it’s through lending a hand, kind words or even financial support.

One of our local personalities, DJ Kurty could use your help in one of the above categories.

Celebrities star in video to remember the 49 victims of Orlando

Jane Fonda is only one celebrity of 49, who pay tribute to each of the innocent lives lost in Orlando.

In the weeks since the Orlando shootings, it seems that the world has tried its best to honor those 49 lives lost to a gunman that morning.

Vigils formed around the world, President Obama ordered that the American flag be flown at half-mast and numerous companies offered their services to the victim’s families.

Video campaign honors Orlando’s innocent victims

Celebrities and activists share their pride moments in honor of each of the 49 victims of Pulse.

 In the wake of the worst mass shooting in U.S. history at the LGBT Pulse nightclub in Orlando, a new video campaign to honor those lost has been created by the organization #RestInPRIDE.

This montage of celebrities and activists share their moments of pride and dedicate each one to the 49 innocent victims at Pulse.