Imperial Court De San Diego's City Hall Display showcases "Crown Jewels" of LGBT community


In 1971, gay and lesbian San Diegans began forming a chapter of the International Court System of the United States, Canada and Mexico. The Imperial Court System is one of the oldest GLBT organizations in the world, and was founded in 1965 in San Francisco by World War II Veteran Jose Julio Sarria (who in 1961 became the first openly gay candidate for public office in North America.) There are now over 68 chapters in the U.S.A., Canada and Mexico.

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LGBT people in the construction business can't relax yet

Published earlier this week, the results of the AJ’s industry-wide investigation into attitudes towards sexuality uncovered many of the problems faced by sexual minorities in construction.

While some lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals complained of poor management decisions and a lack of LGBT role models, the survey also showed homophobia and transphobia remained rife, with up to 85 per cent of all gay respondents in some parts of the industry encountering homophobia in the workplace in the last 12 months.

Sofia Living at Golden Hill: 20 Brand new detached row homes now available


Sofia Living at Golden Hill

Model Now Open Friday/Saturday/Sunday!

Twenty Detached Row Homes in an urban and walkable community in Golden Hill, Just minutes from Hillcrest, North & South Park, Balboa Park and Downtown!

Walk to Starbucks, Restaurants, Farmer's Market, and local Parks!

Sofia Living features:

1,587 to 1,801 Square Feet
2-3 Bedrooms
2.5-2.5 Baths
2 Car Attached Garage
Starting in the high $600,000's

FOR SALE: Stunning contemporary home in Mission Hills


San Diego's Mission Hills is host to this beautiful modern structure, which combines the allure of modern architecture with natural surfaces both inside and out.

The stunning contemporary home is located in the heart of Mission Hills at 4156 Couts Street, San Diego, 92103.

This home combines the kitchen, living/family space and the dining room to create an open floor plan for easy living and a spacious feeling.

Hear from international LGBT leaders at the Pride World Forum

SAN DIEGO, California -- The 2nd annual Pride World Forum: A Glimpse at LGBT Diplomacy is scheduled for Monday, Aug. 24 from 6-8:30 pm at the San Diego LGBT Community Center.

At the event, participants will have the opportunity to hear from LGBT movement leaders from around the globe. Six members of a visiting contingent will participate on the panel, and others will be in attendance to meet community members and answer questions.

The event will include a panel discussion, mix and mingle, and reception.

Delegates from the following countries will be in attendance.

Packed agenda planned for tonight's Hillcrest Town Council community meeting

SAN DIEGO, California -- The Hillcrest Town Council (HTC) has a full agenda for tonight's community meeting, and encourages all Hillcrest residents to come out to learn more an get involved.

The featured speaker at the meeting will be San Diego County Tax Collector Dan McAllister, who will speak around 7 pm.

Hillcrest Town Council update – July 31, 2015

The Hillcrest Town Council is thankful for the many community members who showed up to help clean up the neighborhood on Monday, July 20, following San Diego Pride weekend. It was an unexpectedly wet weekend with record levels of rain pouring down on the celebration, which made cleanup a little more difficult.

Thankfully it wasn’t raining on the morning of the cleanup, but things were still wet and muddy. Thanks again to everyone who showed up to help out, and to Mo’s Universe for sponsoring the “Talking Trash” social afterward.

University Heights Community Association to host "Cookies with the Cops"

SAN DIEGO, California -- Community members are invited to "Cookies with the Cops" tonight, July 28, at 6 pm.

The University Heights Community Association is sponsoring the event, which will give residents the opportunity to meet representatives from the San Diego Police Department and ask questions and voice concerns, while mingling with neighbors and enjoying cookies.

The event will take place in the carport at the University Heights Library, located at 4193 Park Blvd. (at Howard).

Online voting now open for the 40th annual Nicky Awards

SAN DIEGO, California -- Online voting for the 40th annual Nicky Awards is now open.

The Nicky Awards were established in 1974 by longtime gay activist and current City Commissioner Nicole Ramirez to raise funds for community causes. The first Nicky Awards were a benefit for the Gay Center and the Metropolitan Community Church.

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Remembering a community friend: Bobby Vannoy

SAN DIEGO, California – There are some people who are so much a part of the San Diego LGBT community that seeing them out is a nice reminder of how well connected the neighborhood really is.

Some of these individuals escape the rigorous challenges of political debate and instead exchange good advice, or even just a smile in lieu of anything else.

Bobby Hampton Vannoy was one of those people. Often seen having a good time with his husband Ken Sauzo in the local Hillcrest establishments, Vannoy made many friends and cultivated these relationships with every ounce of heart he had.