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Protesters absent at San Diego Pride parade

Protesters skip San Diego Pride parade.

Another record-breaking Pride has come and gone. Hundreds of thousands filled the streets of Hillcrest for the parade, but there was one thing missing: protesters. 

There is a special policed section on the parade route which is designated for protest groups, but this year that space only contained San Diego's finest standing vigilant. 

First-of-its kind LGBT homeless shelter opens in Hillcrest

LGBT homeless shelter opens in Hillcrest.

The LGBT homeless youth have a place to go in Hillcrest thanks to the Interfaith Shelter Network (ISN). This first-ever LGBT shelter which contains 12 beds opened two weeks ago and according to CBS 8, already has 10 guests. 

Nomi d'shire crowned Miss Gay Pride 2019

Nomi d'shire crowned Miss Gay Pride 2019.

Nomi d'shire might be a little exhausted already in 2019, but she wouldn't have it any other way. The drag queen just moved back to San Diego and already she's earned the title Miss Gay Pride 2019. 

Hillcrest business windows broken by vandals

Hillcrest business windows broken by vandals.

Several business windows in Hillcrest were vandalized earlier this week.

Police say there were two reports that came in at 11:21 pm and 11:24 pm, respectively on Tuesday, July 2. 

D.C. resident captures homophobic man ripping down Pride flag

D.C. resident captures homophobic man ripping down Pride flag.

A violent display of homophobia was caught on camera when an unidentified man walked up to a Washington D.C. resident's stoop and tore down their Pride flag while yelling homophobic slurs and expletives. 

Babycakes San Diego returns to Hillcrest

Babycakes San Diego returns to Hillcrest

Just in time for summer, Babycakes is returning to Hillcrest. The bakery is not taking up a permanent spot just yet, it's partnering up with Fiji Yogurt and opening up a popup shop on University Avenue on July 8.