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Limiting access to state ID cards hinders LGBT homeless youth

LGBT homeless youth who can't get access to state ID cards might be falling short of their potential.

Although a citizen is not breaking the law if he or she doesn’t carry a state-issued identification card, they are however required to show them when getting a job, traveling, cashing checks and entering some buildings.

However, there is a problem with LGBT homeless youth not having easy access to them, and that could render them powerless in getting their lives back together.

Urban Mo's wants to make 'America Fabulous Again!'

Watch the Hillary and Trump presidential debate at Urban Mo's on Sept. 27.

This has been on whirlwind presidential cycle with one candidate who may make history as the first woman to rule from the desk in the Oval Office and the other stirring up provocative ideals and anti-LGBT vitriol.

A small note to the community from Stephen Whitburn

A small note of thanks from Stephen Whitburn

In light of last night's public outcry for his return to the Pride board, Stephen Whitburn wrote a small note to the community this evening: 

"I want to say how deeply grateful I am for your expressions of how meaningful you've found the work we've all done together.

The Nicky Awards return after having to reschedule

The 41st Annual Nicky Awards honors those for thier achievements in the LGBT community.

Get ready for the one night when the stars of the San Diego LGBT community come out as The Nicky Awards return for their 41st year. 

This prestigious event will be held on Sunday, Nov. 13, at the Handlery Hotel in Mission Valley.

Organizers had to postpone the show until later this year to find a new awards venue after a snafu happened with the original one.

Celebrate Flicks' 33rd Anniversary on Sept. 23

Hillcrest nightspot Flicks turns 33, and you're invited to the party.

For 33-years Flicks in Hillcrest has brought together the community for fun and entertainment, and to celebrate that accomplishment they are inviting you to join them on Friday, Sept. 23, for their Anniversary Party.

Since 1983 the nightspot has become one of the most popular in San Diego. It describes itself as a video bar, gay bar and sports bar all-in-one.

For the first time ever The Padres will present SDGMC's 'Jingle'

The Padres will present the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus' "Jingle" this December.

The holiday season is quickly approaching and so too is the performance date for The San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus' annual concert “Jingle.”

This show, which will play at the Balboa Theatre on Dec. 10 and 11, is a musical holiday staple in the LGBT community and for the first time is being presented by The San Diego Padres.

This incredible mom has held the same sign at pride for over 30 years

 2016 NYC Pride march.

As thousands came together in New York City’s annual Pride march down 5th Avenue this past June, one sign in the crowd struck a familiar chord.

It reads, “I Adore My Lesbian Daughters / Keep Them Safe.”

Six Flags 'Out on the Mountain' offers a night of thrills and entertainment

"The Riddler's Revenge" at Six Flags Magic Mountain.

The extreme theme part Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA. (37 miles north of Los Angeles)  is having their annual “Out on The Mountain” event on Friday, September 16.

Over 6,000 people are expected to attend. The park will close to the public from 6 pm to 1 am for this exclusive celebration.

Have your say at tonight's Hillcrest Town Council Community Meeting

The main topic of tonight's Hillcrest Town Council will focus on hearing from residents and what concerns they have about the neighborhood and what issues should be prioritized. The meeting begins at 6:30 pm at the Joyce Beers Community Center in Hillcrest.

Check out the meeting agenda below.

6:30 PM — Public Representatives

[VIDEO] San Diego Pride 2016: 'Take Pride in Your Tribe'

"Take Pride in Your Tribe." San Diego Pride 2016.

San Diego Pride 2016 was one to remember, and videographer Justin Edelman documented it from above and below.

Last year when Hurricane Delores brought rainbows of her own to San Diego’s Pride celebration with torrential rains, high winds and lightening, it wasn’t enough to keep people away from the celebration.