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SDGLN Weekly Wrap: May 11 - May 17, 2019

It was a big news week both locally and globally. First, one of three naval vessels honoring historic civil rights leaders began construction in San Diego with the USNS John Lewis. The next ship on the assembly line will the USNS Harvey Milk.

On Friday Taiwan became the first Asian state to legalize same-sex marriage. 

Out & About: Glow Pool Party, Harvey Milk & Pixar Edition

Here is everything there is to do in the community this weekend!

We are getting closer to summer and that means closer to Pride. And what would Pride be without a pool party? This week SDPIX publisher Johnathan Hale is having the first one of the season with DJ Dirty Kurty to benefit the Trevor Project. Also this week is the annual Harvey Milk Diversity Breakfast which celebrates those LGBT business owners and allies who make a difference every day. 

ADOPT ME! Take Amelia Home!

Amelia is a Domestic Short Hair, female 2-years-old. Her I.D. is #577484

I was brought in by a Good Samaritan on 4/12/19.

About me:

I have been vaccinated, micro-chipped and spayed/neutered. I'm now ready for my new home!

I was a little shy when I first arrived at the Escondido Campus. I needed a little medical care as well.

SDGLN Weekly Wrap: May 4 - May 10, 2019

Here is everything we covered in SDGLN this week.

This week was big in entertainment, the new Renee Zellweger film about Judy Garland released an official trailer and "Endgame" directors confirmed that there will be an openly gay character in an upcoming film. 

Out & About: Drag me to Mother's Day edition

Here is what's up to this week in "Out & About."

It's time to celebrate those people, whoever they may be, we call mom. Mother's Day is this Sunday and there is plenty to do to show our maternal figures that we love them.

But there's also a lot to do the week leading up to their special day. From an EDM party at Flicks, to athletes putting on a special drag show at Rich's, there's never a dull moment. 

SDGLN Weekly Wrap: April 27 - May 3, 2019

Here is everything we covered in SDGLN this week.

The city was still in shock this week after the Sunday morning shooting in a San Diego County synagogue.

The attack left one person dead and several others injured.

This crime sparked concern by City Commissioner Nicole Murray Ramirez who started a campaign to raise money for armed guards to patrol The San Diego LGBT Community Center. 

Out & About: SDPIX's WTF? Fiesta & Cinco de Mayo Weekend Edition

Here's what's fun to do this week in San Diego and Hillcrest.

May showers Hillcrest with plenty of things to do. First off is the Dining Out for Life, a fundraiser for HIV support services at The Center.

Then the neighborhood goes south of the border for an entire weekend of fun celebrating Cinco de Mayo.

Top of the Bay is getting even more colorful on May 3

Top of the Bay is getting even more colorful on May 3.

Paint the town... rainbow this Friday, May 3. 

Wear your shades; not only will the sunshine be bright but the colors off their new rooftop mural and sexy body painted models will be too.

The hotel itself has a relaxing atmosphere, sophisticated design, and a beautiful harbor view, everything that personifies San Diego and its title as America's Finest City.