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Casting call for LGBT Gulls fans at 'OUT on the Ice'

Eddie Reynoso (center) with friends of Martha Henderson.

Put your pride on ice at the Valley View Casino Center this month and attend the “Out on the Ice" event in celebration of the San Diego Gulls versus the Bakersfield Condors. 

In collaboration with the San Diego LGBT Visitors Center this event, taking place March 25, is also a casting call of sorts. 

'OUT at the Park' 2017 bigger than ever for the LGBT community

San Diego Pride and the Padres are making "OUT at the Park" 2017 better than ever.

San Diego Pride and the The Padres announced their annual OUT at the Park event today.

The annual sporting celebration will see the Padres take on the Marlins at 7:10 pm on Friday April 21, at Petco Park.

You may remember last year an error in the DJ booth caused the wrong song to be played as the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus took to the field for their performance. 

Boxer David Allen is hiding something huge

David Allen and David Howe clearly are not the same size.

Boxer David Allen went head to head with David Howe in the ring last weekend, but not before he did the same at the weigh in just a few days prior.

The two men, stripped down to their briefs before stepping on the scales, but Allen appeared to already have an advantage, proving big things do come in small packages.

Carlsbad High displays "KKK" signage at home game

High School officials say the racist signage was not intended to represent a racist message.

A San Diego High School ruffled some feathers when students attending a basketball game held up signs which appeared to make reference to the Klu Klux Klan.

Carlsbad High School was hosting Sage Creek High School this past weekend, when three students held up the letters “KKK” during the on-court competition.

North Carolina women's gymnasts take a stand for equality

The University of North Carolina’s (UNC) women’s gymnastics team made a statement about competing in a state that has a LGBT discrimination law.

The University of North Carolina’s (UNC) women’s gymnastics team made a statement about competing in a state that has a LGBT discrimination law.

The controversial HB 2 law is still in affect even after their new governor opposed it.