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Saving San Diego’s LGBT historic sites

The Bernie Michels House is the place where San Diego's GLBT history began. Lambda Archives and SOHO hope to raise enough money to show the government that it should be recognized as a historic site, thus preserving it for future generations.

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Planners approve North Park senior housing project that will be LGBT friendly

The San Diego Planning Commission votes 5-0 Thursday to recommend that the City Council approve a 194-unit development in North Park that will be LGBT friendly.

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Battle royal over bicycles: Hillcrest vs. Mission Hills

Mission Hills residents are advocating for the closure, saying the residential West-end corridor gets too much throughway traffic; the Hillcrest business community questions why they have any voice in the matter, and say siphoning off traffic will hurt their bottom line.

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Openly gay café manager hailed as hero of Martin Place siege in Sydney, Australia

Tori Johnson, the manager of the Lindt café, was openly gay and involved in a 14-year relationship with Thomas Zinn.

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ACLU to fight "religious freedom" movement

ACLU officials say the civil-rights group is tweaking and relaunching its #Out4Freedom campaign to fight "religious freedom" bills that are designed as licenses to discriminate.

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