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SD Pride Board and community leaders reach an agreement

The San Diego Pride Board and community leaders have pushed through their differences and Pride will go on as usual.

Editor's note: This is a  press release from San Diego Pride:

San Diego, CA – San Diego Pride is pleased to announce that an agreement with LGBT leaders has cleared the way for the community to come together in support of the 2017 San Diego Pride events.

San Diego announces holiday trash collection schedule

Holiday schedule for San Diego Waste Management.

SAN DIEGO – The City of San Diego will be observing the Christmas holiday on Monday, Dec. 26 and the New Year holiday on Monday, Jan. 2.

As a result, trash, recyclable and yard waste collection services will be delayed by one day.

War on Christmas continues

But there is a difference, in my opinion, between Christian apologists and Christmas apologists.

More than a decade now, when this holiday season rolls around we can always count on a yearly kerfuffle about what the appropriated season’s greeting should be, exemplifying the continued chapter in the culture “War on Christmas.”

This year we can see the divide between both religious and political party lines.

Kevin Faulconer to be sworn in for second term as mayor

Mayor Kevin Faulconer will be sworn in for his second term as San Diego mayor on December 12.

San Diego – Continuing his commitment to creating opportunities for all San Diegans and delivering results for every neighborhood, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer will be sworn in for a second term as San Diego’s 36th mayor on Monday at an inauguration ceremony to be held at the historic Balboa Theatre.

Devastating data in new transgender report

Today the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) published a report on the 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey.

Today the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) published a report on the 2015 U.S.

Transgender Survey, which is a follow up to the 2011 groundbreaking National Transgender Discrimination Survey report published by the National LGBTQ Task Force and NCTE.

San Diego Pride to give $80,000 to LGBT serving non-profit organizations

Each year Pride works to return profits from the annual LGBT Pride weekend to the community.

San Diego LGBT Pride is pleased to announce that due to the success of this year's Pride event, we are able to donate $80,000 of our proceeds back to 40 LGBT-serving organizations through our annual Pride Community Grant Program.

Each year Pride works to return profits from the annual LGBT Pride weekend to the community.

A statement from San Diego Pride

A statement from San Diego Pride.

San Diego Pride has the challenging responsibility to represent the complex nature of the full diversity within San Diego’s LGBTQ community.