Here is everything we covered this week in San Diego Gay and Lesbian News.
A California bakery refused to make a cake, for not just one couple, but two. Which calls into question if that is legal under Califonia's anti-discrimination laws.
A homeowner caught an intruder by surprise after he discovered him showering in his supposedly empty home.
The week-long heat wave affected San Diego schools as over 50 of them announced minimum days across the county.
Gay Trump supporters protested at Charlotte Pride because they were refused a float entry which supported the president.
Our own Nicole Murray- Ramirez was honored in Canada once again for his LGBT work in North America.
A male lion is caught "mating" with another male in these photos taken at a wildlife preserve.
School kids in New Mexico photo shop KKK hoods into a photo which happens to contain an African American student in the middle.
The Log Cabin Republicans of San Diego released a statement about Donald Trump's transgender military ban.
A student at Columbia University says his professor uses homophobic literature in his Arab Politics class.
The devastation that left parts of Texas underwater after Hurricane Harvey struck left many people homeless. Here is how you can help them recover.
Caitlyn Jenner attended a trans chorus event and was called out by trans activist Ashlee Preston in front of the crowd.
"Will & Grace" are back. Watch this new extended trailer for the upcoming season.
Kathy Griffin is starting a new tour and she announced this week that she really isn't sorry for the whole decapitated Trump head incident three months ago.
Our own Jean Lowerison got caught up in the humor and politics of "The North Plan" at the ion theatre BLKBOX. Here's her review.
Even more winners announced! This time eight people won $50 gift certificates to Martinis Above Fourth.
The iconic nightclub Numbers is closing forever on September 10, organizers have created one last party.
The Nicky Awards sets a date and hires a new producer.
Former employee at Hale Media, Ken St. Pierre and his partner, welcomed their first baby into the world.
About 60 people attended a meeting in Bankers Hill to discuss the location and design of the San Diego AIDS Memorial.
This adorable black cat named Aquarius is ready to leave the San Diego Humane Society and into a good home.
HEALTH, WELLNESS, AND SPORTS
A recent outbreak of hepatitis A has San Diego worried, but they are working aggressively on the problem. They offer tips on how to avoid catching the virus.
UPCOMING FEATURED EVENTS
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