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Win passes to Gay Wine Weekend in Sonoma Valley

Gay Wine Weekend is in Sonoma from July 20 - 22,

Californians have it great, some even call it living in paradise and that’s why people from all over the world come here every year. 

Longtime residents believe California is divided in half; north and south. While Southern California is known for its beaches, the Northern part lays claim to wine, cheese, and the culinary arts.

San Diego High School to hold "2nd Annual Drag Race" fundraiser

San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts "2nd Annual Drag Race" is on Saturday, June 2, from 3 pm to 5 pm at Lincoln High School.

San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) is holding it's "2nd Annual Drag Race" fundraiser on Saturday, June 2. This unique show will benefit LGBTQ+ youth in the community and SCPA's Gender Sexuality Alliance GSA.

Father Joe’s Villages gala raises $900,000 to support children who are homeless

“Father Joe’s Villages believes that every child, regardless of their circumstances, should have a bright future full of promise and possibility."

SAN DIEGO, May 11, 2018 – On May 5, local philanthropists made lasting investments to create a brighter future for homeless children in San Diego. More than 400 guests gathered at the U.S. Grant Hotel and raised more than $900,000 – a record-breaking investment to support Father Joe’s Villages’ therapeutic childcare center and other services for children affected by homelessness

Nurse makes a 'Sound of Music' for AIDS/Lifecycle

A San Francisco activist is channeling his best Julie Andrews to raise money for his participation in the annual bicycling fundraiser AIDS/Lifecycle.

Otis Morgan,42, is a nurse who will make the over 500-mile bike ride from the Bay area to Los Angeles starting on June 3.

Cuba needs Pride flags and a San Francisco activist wants your help

On a recent trip to Cuba, San Francisco LGBT activist Michael Petrelis noticed something missing in their gay community, Pride flags. He would like to change that and has started a project called Arcoiris Para Cuba/Rainbows For Cuba asking communities to donate their gently used or unused flags and Pride items.