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TODAY! 80 businesses who support Dining Out For Life San Diego

SAN DIEGO -- More than 80 businesses, and thousands of diners in San Diego, will participate Thursday in the eighth annual Dining Out For Life (DOFL) fundraiser.

Simply by dining out for breakfast, lunch and dinner at participating restaurants, you can help raise money to The San Diego LGBT Community Center's HIV/AIDS programs.

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Community Profile: HRC is needed more than ever, local activists say

SAN DIEGO – As a local branch of the nation's largest LGBT civil-rights organization, HRC San Diego is a diverse congregation of volunteers who dedicate their time to amplify the presence of Human Rights Campaign and drive change in our community.

They are a force for positive action – working toward a society wherein LGBT Americans are able to secure equality and find a welcoming embrace at home and in the community.

"Mean Girls" returns to the big screen, 10 years later | VIDEO

SAN DIEGO -- The cult favorite "Mean Girls" returns to the silver screen for its 10th anniversary run, showing this week at the North Park Theatre.

FilmOut San Diego and the North Park Theatre are co-sponsoring the teen comedy, which boosted Lindsay Lohan's career. Co-stars include Rachel McAdams, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

Tina Fey and Rosalind Wiseman co-wrote the screenplay, based on Wiseman's book "Queen Beers And Wannabes. The film was directed by Mark Walters.

SDGLN Poll: Are you supporting Dining Out For Life on Thursday?

SAN DIEGO – Readers of San Diego Gay & Lesbian News who took our poll weigh in on whether they will support Dining Out For Life (DOFL) this year.

The popular cause, which raises money for AIDS service agencies nationwide, will take place on Thursday.

Our poll question was: Will you support the Dining Out For Life fundraiser on April 24?

The results, which are not scientific, reveal that 55% of readers say that they will participate in DOFL this year, while 45% say that they will not.

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Community Profile: Paintings and perspectives of Clarione Gutierrez | VIDEO

SAN DIEGO -- Versatile, multi-medium artist Clarione Gutierrez impresses audiences and buyers alike, showing prowess in graphic design, caricatures, fashion and his Launch Live Art, a local booking and contracting agency.

Born and raised in sunny San Diego, Gutierrez has a seemingly inherent knack for the visual arts, part of which he jokingly attributes to a trip to the renowned San Diego Zoo. But his versatility transcends the title of “artist,” as his talent is as engaging live as it is in a studio.

Have a safe and happy Easter!

The staff members of Hale Media -- San Diego Gay & Lesbian News, SD PIX and GLBT News Network -- wish you a very Happy Easter!

Thank you for supporting our media company and for making SDGLN the most-read LGBT news source in San Diego and Southern California. According to Google Analytics, SDGLN is read in 200 countries and territories around the world and is translated into different languages.

We will be publishing a limited number of stories today on SDGLN and GLBTNN to allow our staff to spend more time with their family and friends.






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From San Diego with love

(Editor's note: This installment of the Huffington Post Gay Voices RaiseAChild.US Let Love Define Family series features the unique story of two incredible San Diego moms who fell in love across a continent. Their amazing capacity to build their family through unconditional love inspires us.)

Mayor's first city budget focuses on neighborhood services, public safety

SAN DIEGO – Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer released his first “One San Diego” City budget proposal today, outlining a plan to direct more money toward streets, neighborhood services and public safety.

The City of San Diego Fiscal Year 2015 proposed budget puts neighborhoods first by prioritizing infrastructure repair and construction; funding critical police, fire and lifeguard needs; increasing funding for libraries, recreation centers and a new afterschool program; supporting homeless services; and enhancing transparency and open data initiatives.

SDGLN Poll: Are you going to San Diego Pride's Out at the Park?

SAN DIEGO – Readers of San Diego Gay & Lesbian News who took our poll weigh in other whether they will attend San Diego Pride’s Out at the Park outing to see the San Diego Padres play at Petco Park.

Our poll question was: Will you attend San Diego Pride's Out at the Park on April 19?

The results, which are not scientific, reveal that 59% of readers say that they will not attend the screening, while 41% say that they will.

And since the poll question was published, San Diego Pride has announced that all tickets have been sold to the event.

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First look at #FilmOutSD 16th LGBT Film Festival

SAN DIEGO – “Boy Meets Girl,” a quirky and sweet coming-of-age romantic comedy, will be the Opening Night selection for FilmOut San Diego’s 16th annual LGBT Film Festival.

The slimmed-down 2014 festival will run from Friday, May 30 through Sunday, June 1 at the historic North Park Theatre in San Diego’s hip North Park neighborhood.

A total of 25 films will be screened during the festival, which has been shortened to three days in 2014 from five days in 2013 for the big blowout celebration of FilmOut’s milestone 15th anniversary.

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