Free lifts from Uber all weekend in Hillcrest and around San Diego

Uber offers free rides in and around Hillcrest this weekend.

The company says they join the community, the world in their shock and sadness at the recent murders in Orlando, and want to give back by offering free service to important landmarks in the neighborhood.  

According to the website, getting your free credit is simple:

Celebrate Father's Day with brunch in Hillcrest

"Sunday Funday" at Urban Mo's

This Sunday is Father’s Day, and what better way to celebrate the dad in your life than to go to brunch?

There are plenty of popular Hillcrest hotspots to take in the Sunday morning, and celebrate the father figure in your life. 

'Pride Cloak' is an ingenious fashion statement for LGBT celebrations

Wearable cape drenched in Pride.

A team of San Diego based clothing innovators have finally solved the problem of showing your pride while still being prepared for any type of weather during LGBT celebrations.

The company “Cloaked in Pride” saw the need for people who want to bring a rainbow flag to the celebration but want to remain hands-free for other things.

The Nicky Awards are back

The 41st Annual Nicky Awards will celebrate the best of San Diego's LGBT community

It’s that time of year again, the 41st  Annual Nicky Awards are coming to the Marriot Mission Valley on August 28, 2016.

This eagerly awaited awards show celebrates those in the San Diego LGBT community who provide, services, support, information or just plain fun to the many people who call this city home.

Governor Gray Davis said of the Nicky’s:

Mo's ThrowBack Bingo benefits Varsity Gay League this weekend

ThrowBack Bingo at Mo's

If you think Bingo Is just for those who go to casinos, then you haven’t been to Mo’s ThrowBack Bingo!

Hosted by Mama Mo and Ball Boy, this social get-together offers great prizes while helping out a local organization in the process.

This week ThrowBack Bingo will benefit the Varsity Gay League.

Hillcrest Town Council update: May 20, 2016

The forum on homelessness sponsored by the Hillcrest Town Council (HTC) at its May 10 community meeting drew a crowd of over 100 concerned community members.