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TLC to headline San Diego LGBT Pride festival 2018

San Diego's Pride Festival will take place on July 14-15, 2018 in Balboa Park.

Four-time Grammy-winning group TLC has been booked to headline the San Diego Pride music festival, they will perform on Sunday, July 15, 2018.

"We are so looking forward to performing at San Diego Pride!” said Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins. “There is so much power in expressing yourself without fear. We hope all LGBTQ people will stand proud and be exactly who they are. Persist with Pride!”

The Center selects its next CEO

The Center selects Caroline (Cara) Dessert as its next Chief Executive Officer.

The San Diego LGBT Community Center (The Center) has selected their next Chief Executive Officer.

That role will go to longtime San Diego LGBT community member Caroline (Cara) Dessert who has been the organization’s Chief Development and Community Engagement Officer since 2016.

Family dog dies after United flight attendants force it to travel in overhead bin

United Airlines flight crew forced a dog to ride for three hours in overhead bin, killing it.

A United Airlines flight from Houston to New York ended in tragedy when a family dog died after being forced to stay in the overhead bin at the behest of the flight attendant. 

In a Facebook post, Passenger June Lara says she was on the flight and the dog belonged to a mother and her two children; one being a toddler.

Trump's San Diego visit: rallies and protest schedule

As President Trump makes his way to San Diego, there are some things you may want to look out for. He will be here inspecting border wall prototypes in the Otay Mesa area on Tuesday. 

Hamburger Mary's sued by woman injured by drag queen's breasts

Tampa Florida Mary's subject of lawsuit after drag queen "motor boats" guest.

Hamburger Mary's in Tampa Florida is getting sued by a 53-year-old Denver woman after she allegedly suffered physical damage when a drag performer began "shaking her breasts" on her face and neck. 

The plaintiff, Neldin Molina, says she has brought on the $1.5 million lawsuit after she visited the iconic eatery back in 2015.