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San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus Bob Lehman talks to SDGLN about our initial article on the Padres fiasco

Bob Lehman is trying to bridge the gap between the San Diego LGBT community and the Padres.

“You sing like a girl” was the heading to the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus’ press release early Sunday morning. This statement was pertaining to the “homophobic taunts” that were heard while choir members were taken off the field after they were left standing silent because the proper music had not been cued for their performance

San Diego Gay Men's Chorus would like DJ re-hired by the Padres

The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus get ready to perform the National Anthem at "Out at the Park."

The sound technician, Art Romero (DJ Artform), responsible for gearing up the wrong soundtrack for the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus (SDGMC) on Saturday was fired by the Padres after the snafu.

Now organizers, including Executive Director of the SDGMC Bob Lehman, want him to get his job back.

Padres take full responsibility, terminate sound person

The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus take the field at Petco Park to sing National Anthem, but get silenced by another recording.

The San Diego Padres have released a statement, taking responsibility for interrupting the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus (SDGMC) during their scheduled appearance at Petco Park on Saturday for the “Out at the Park,” LGBT event.

Breaking: San Diego Gay Men's Chorus heckled off stage, not allowed to sing at Padres game

This image is from "Out at the Park" 2015.

The San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus (SDGMC) didn’t get a chance to sing the National Anthem at The annual “Out at the Park” event at Petco Park on Saturday, instead their microphones were turned off, and the Padres played a recording of a female in their place, then they were subject to homophobic slurs as they left the podium. 

Trump to visit San Diego on May 27

Donald Trump will visit San Diego on May, 27.

Donald Trump will be in San Diego next week Fox 5 is reporting, he will rally at the San Diego Convention Center on Friday, May 27, at 2 pm, reports his website

Mayor Faulconer endorses Anthony Bernal for District Three

Anthony Bernal

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer (R) made an announcement today, endorsing Anthony Bernal (D) as his preferred candidate in the race for San Diego City Councilmember of the Third District.

Faulconer, in a statement recognized that each candidate has passion and heart, but only one has enough experience to hit the ground running on day one.