Here is everything we covered in SDGLN this week.
The Supreme Court will decide this fall if a baker violated his state's anti-discriminatory law by not making a cake for a same-sex couple. Also this week SCOTUS ruled that same-sex parents are to be listed on birth certificates following the Obergefel vs. Hodges ruling of 2015.
On Friday, the Texas Supreme Court sent a case regarding same-sex City employees back to a lower court in order to distinguish if those workers are entitled to taxpayer dollars.
This past week the US celebrated marriage equality, but it appears same-sex marriages have risen only slightly.
Locally, dog owners who frequented Grape Street Dog Park became alarmed after three pets mysteriously died upon returning home. Also, a cyclist was struck by a car on University Avenue on Monday, he was taken to the local hospital.
At the Dyke March event, a day before Chicago Pride Jewish marchers were asked to stop waving their Star of David symbols out of respect for Palestinians.
Reverand Irene Monroe contemplates whether the Supreme Court will allow religious business owners to discriminate based on their personal beliefs.
San Diego Humane Society, the oldest animal organization in the county, raised over $300,000 on their "Day of Giving" event. You can still donate to give every animal a second chance by clicking HERE.
Starting off the July 4th weekend is going to make for some interesting moments as SDPIX presents "WTF? at Rich's: Read, White and Poo." Get a discount code by texting WTF to 94253 (A confirmation message will be sent to your mobile phone. Texts may be sent using automatic telephone dialing system. Reply/consent not required for any purchase. Periodic messages. Reply STOP to cancel, Reply HELP for help. Message & Data rates may apply).
Our new social columnist Jinx Mirage gives you all the details on what to do this July 4th weekend with "Out and About."
Last week on the Ellen show, the comedian called out an audience member who stole more than her share at the free souvenir table.
On Facebook, people could generate a magical easter egg if they typed in the words Harry Potter in their status. This was to celebrate 20 years since the release of the first book.
A viral video of three young singers singing Beyonce's "Listen" made everybody feel good.
DIY married hunks PJ and Thomas may get their own house flipping show on HGTV. And a Christian web-evangelist would like a religious cross added to the Facebook emoji toolbar because they added a Pride flag.
You can adopt the adorable Bam Bam from The San Diego Humane Society
HEALTH, WELLNESS & SPORTS
San Diego County supports PrEP in the fight against HIV by conducting this anonymous survey.
And Powell Hair Restoration not only helps people attain a fuller head of hair, they also help the trans community look on the outside how they feel on the inside.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? See our list of featured events below, and click HERE for a complete list of events.
UPCOMING FEATURED EVENTS
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