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Meet the 15 SD bachelors in the SDGMC charity auction

Chris is one of 15 bachelors participating in SDGMC's Annual Bachelor Auction.

The San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus assembled some of Hillcrest’s most eligible and handsome bachelors for their Annual Bachelor Auction.

In an age when we are totally at the mercy of our phones, and tablets with dating and hook-up apps, it’s time to sit down to dinner with a live person and really get to know them.

The Center to host Free Immigration Forum on Tuesday

The San Diego LGBT Community Center will host a Free Immigration Forum on Tuesday, March March 28 from 6-8 pm.

The forum is open to everyone, and will address questions and concerns that many community members may have, including:

-Do you have questions about possible upcoming changes in immigration law, including your rights?

Michael McQuiggan could use your help

Michael McQuiggan, or "McQ" as some know him, has one of the best known faces, and smiles, around Hillcrest, especially if you like everything about the silver screen.  

He is the man behind FilmOut San Diego and as Program Director brings the best in new LGBT content to the biggest LGBT film festival South of Los Angeles.

Gay vet helps SD homeless veterans a few beers at a time

Christopher Service wants everyone to be a part of the homeless solution and join him at the Beer Garden Social.

Christopher Service is a member of the LGBT community and a veteran. His story is like so many homeless vets in San Diego who have overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to reclaim their place in mainstream society.  

San Diego Pride to host LGBTQ youth art show this Saturday

We Are Here: Reflections of LGBTQ Lives is an art show hosted by San Diego Pride youth volunteers.

SAN DIEGO, California - San Diego LGBT Pride, in partner with Art of Pride and The Trevor Project, will be hosting their first LGBTQ+ youth art show this Saturday, March 11.

We Are Here: Reflections of LGBTQ Lives is an art show hosted by San Diego Pride youth volunteers as an opportunity for young people in our community to share their stories.

Local eateries were closed for 'Day Without Immigrants' protest

Cafe on Park closed on Thursday for "Day Without Immigrants" protest.

You may have noticed some restaurants around town on Thursday had their closed sign on the door. No it wasn’t a holiday, it was a collective protest in support of immigrants

About a dozen San Diego business owners and their employees stayed home to observe the #DayWithoutImmigrants campaign which was meant to show solidarity for the opposition on President Trump’s travel ban.