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Director Glenn Gaylord tells San Diego Gay & Lesbian News that his movie, “I Do,” really connects with audiences. “I'd love it if audiences didn't just think of this as the gay marriage/immigration movie. It's definitely covering that, but an issue is nothing unless you have characters you would die for,” he says.
Writer/producer/director Richard LeMay chats with San Diego Gay & Lesbian News about “Naked As We Came,” explaining how a rash of deaths among his friend’s parents sparked the idea for the movie and how it changed his own family relationships.
Travis Mathews, who co-directs with LGBT ally James Franco and writes the screenplay, chats with San Diego Gay & Lesbian News about the public reaction to his sex-crazed movie “Interior. Leather Bar.”
Director Jane Clark speaks with San Diego Gay & Lesbian News about “Meth Head,” sharing how her brother’s death due to complications of meth addiction helped to inspire her to make this hard-hitting movie that pulls no punches.
Director Rosser Goodman chats with San Diego Gay & Lesbian News about “Love Or Whatever,” and shares the inside info on how this “rom-com” came to be made and how she found the stunningly handsome actor Joel Rush.
On Tuesday, voters in Encanto, Paradise Hills, Skyline and other southeastern San Diego neighborhoods will choose their next City Council member and are deciding between two Democrats who are likely to vote the same way on most issues.
The new SDGLN Reader Poll question asks readers: What do you think of FilmOut San Diego's billboards promoting the LGBT Film Festival?
The Grand Jury found that among the prominent issues are parent and community concerns about child-to-child and adult-to-child bullying taking place in our schools.
"One of the primary leasing objectives is to create a vibrant street scene along University Avenue."
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that San Diego County has met the 1997 national health-based air quality standard for smog, also known as ground-level ozone.
The state's Coastal Commission today issued a permit to the City of San Diego approving the permanent placement of a year-round rope at La Jolla Children’s Pool in order to protect the seal rookery.
Large craft brewers in San Diego are one step closer to being able to build bigger tasting rooms and restaurants, thanks to a measure the City Council passed yesterday.
Under the city’s land development code, breweries in industrial zones aren’t allowed to have restaurants or tasting rooms bigger than 3,000 square feet.
The new SDGLN Reader Poll question asks readers: Are you a gay parent?
The State Historical Resources Commission approved listing the iconic North Park water tower and all related building to the California Register of Historical Resources in a unanimous decision May 1.
If Leo Wilson continues to win re-election, he'll have the chance to serve as chairman of the Uptown Planners for 15 years of a 16-year period.
The CPUC said a typical electric customer’s bill could increase about 12.2 percent, or $9.95 per month, while households that receive natural gas would have to pay an extra 9.6 percent per month, or around $3.55.
A six-inch water main burst underneath a North Park street Monday, sending thousands of gallons of water flooding onto neighboring streets.
Hours after thousands of local advocates, including GLAAD, marched through New York City's West Village in response to the recent series of alleged anti-LGBT attacks, and to mourn the murder of an openly gay man of color, more attacks have been reported.
A lesbian couple will comply with a Republican judge’s order to no longer live together due to a morality clause included in one of the women’s divorce papers, even though their attorney contends that the ruling is a violation of their constitutional right to privacy.
The plaza includes a concrete replica of the soapbox on which Milk stood to inspire crowds when he spoke, and a 20-foot flagpole flying the gay pride flag.
Four girls and a boy lured a lesbian teenager into a remote area and cut off her ponytail in an apparent anti-gay hate crime, authorities say.
The House of Commons voted today to approve the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill.
A former Far Right militant terrorist turned controversial French historian today put a gun in his mouth and squeezed the trigger, committing suicide in front of the main altar at the world famous Notre Dame Cathedral in a dramatic protest against marriage equality.