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Log Cabin Republicans oppose Trump's military ban on trans folks

Gregory T. Angelo of the Log Cabin Republicans speak out against Trump's ban on trans servicemembers..

In light of Trump’s Tweet today about the ban of transgender men and women in the military, Log Cabin Republican President, Gregory T. Angelo, issued the following statement:

“This smacks of politics, pure and simple. The United States military already includes transgender individuals who protect our freedom day in and day out.

Trump bans transgender folks from serving in military

Donald Trump announces ban on trans folks in the military.

Despite the progress the government has made in accepting trans men and women in the military, President Trump made an announcement today that they will no longer be allowed to serve.

Squirrel causes neighborhood power outage on Tuesday

Rodent to blame fr local power outage on Tuesday.

A squirrel was the culprit for a midday power outage on Tuesday which affected several communities in Central San Diego including Hillcrest.

San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) reports that over 45,000 people were affected by the disruption which began at about 12:30 pm and lasted for a few hours.

LGBT fighting unit is taking action against ISIS

LGBT fighting group TQILA is taking on ISIS.

You have probably seen the videos, or read the news stories about ISIS and their violent ways of killing homosexuals, but now it appears that there is a queer militant group at the ready to fight back.

Qualcomm Stadium could become homeless safe harbor

Ward feels that the use of the former Chargers stadium can be re-purposed as a safe place for the transient population.

At the San Diego City Council’s Select Committee on Homeless meeting Monday discussions arose about using Qualcomm Stadium as a safe harbor for the homeless.

Nicole Murray-Ramirez meets Idaho LGBT leaders

Nicole Murray-Ramirez with John McCrostie.

Activist and Mayor of Hillcrest Nicole Murray-Ramirez was in Idaho over the weekend.

The trip was a five-day tour in which he met with state LGBT leaders.

Murray-Ramirez also spoke at a fundraiser that honored Boise Pridefest.

The Dallas Eagle owner is running for governor of Texas

Jeffrey Payne is running for

Jeffrey Payne is no stranger to diversity, but it may take a little more than that to secure him a place at the governor’s office, replacing the current one, Republican Greg Abbott.

The openly gay, 49-year-old Democrat is not really worried about what others think of his candidacy; he is raring to make a change in the conservative state.

New coffee shop, bakery moving into Hillcrest

After Filter closed in Hillcrest last December, the community wondered what would fill that spot on the corner of University Avenue and Richmond Street.

The question has finally been answered: it will be replaced with another coffee shop, but this one according to storefront window dressings, will also feature a bakery.

Bus 83 through Hillcrest may be nearing the end of its route for good

Bus 83 runs through Mission Hills and Hillcrest.

For Hillcrest residents and employees who take public transit every day, there may be a change to a major MTS route through the neighborhood.

Bus route 83 runs from Mission Hills through Hillcrest and down Washington Street before it makes a loop up University Avenue for a short distance.