This week's top stories include the death of Pride flag creator Gilbert Baker; Transgender Day of Visibility; and weekend fun!
Pride flag creator Gilbert Baker has died at 66.
Transgender Day of Visibility adds strength for equality.
Homophobic harrassment is on the rise in Hillcrest, reports SDGLN Community Editor Timothy Rawles.
Other local news: Resident Pulse DJ, survivor, and hero will play at the San Diego Pride Music Festival; old San Diego hotels to be made into housing for homeless; and Lambda Archives announces Historian in Residence.
On the national scene: Trump drops LGBT people from 2020 census survey, and removes order for businesses to comply with anti-discrimination rules. Caitlyn Jenner is not happy with HB2 replacement law.
From The Rev. Irene Monroe: Emmett Till painting raises concerns of cultural appropriation.
Meet the 15 bachelors up for bid in the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus charity auction.
Dining Out For Life San Diego update: The Fifty Percenters.
Jim Winsor's Out & About: Chorus boys for sale this Sunday at Flicks.
Matt Alber will mesmerize San Diegans in early April.
Television actor Daniel Newman comes out.
Other entertainment news: Trans singer's beautiful song of inclusion gets over 1-million hits; 'Trans' revenge film "The Assignement" already being boycotted; shirtless violinest responds to Disney haters with 'Beast' of his own; Disneyland's 'Autopia' gets a cute upgrade;
HEALTH, WELLNESS, & SPORTS
Lara and Atkins' plans for Healthy California Act revealed.
Gay hockey fans tie knot in professional ice rink.
UPCOMING FEATURED EVENTS
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? See our list of featured events below, and click HERE for a complete list of events.