Here is everything we covered this week in San Diego Gay and Lesbian News.
Monday was the anniversary of September 11 and SDGLN looked back at some of the LGBT people who lost their lives during that tragedy.
A Hillcrest gay couple was assaulted in front of Whole Foods which resulted in the suspect going to jail.
Jamie Kuntz has done his time for stalking billionaire David Geffen, he tells his side of the story.
San Francisco activist, musician and personality Bubbles was shot and killed in the Tenderloin district reports say.
Same-sex marriage pioneer Edith Windsor passed away at 88-years-old this week, she helped usher in marriage equality by overturning the Defense of Marriage Act.
During Hurricane Irma, three handsome Florida police officers took a selfie that went viral.
The religious Benham Brothers claim that hurricanes are God's wrath against the LGBT community.
California Legislature passed a bill that will create rights to help protect LGBT seniors living in long term care facilities.
In Portland Tennessee, the city council would like to ban drag shows from being held in commercial districts.
Mayor Faulconer proposes a new plan forSan Diego's homeless, but Carl DeMaio says it's destined to fail.
As a matter of full disclosure, Hale Media Publisher Johnathan Hale is married to Carl DeMaio.
Sevice Animals and doggie divorce were discussed on Friday, September 15, in this meeting at The Center.
The San Diego LGBTQ Latinx Coalition will host its first official meeting on September 25, 2017, at the San Diego LGBT Community Center
Jinx Mirage wants to take you "Out & About" with everything that's going on in town this week, including the return of Overdrive.
RuPaul won his second consecutive Emmy for Outstanding Host RuPaul's Drag Race.
Reverand Irene Monroe saw the popular play "Men on Boats" and was moved by both its cast and timely narrative.
The Real Housewives of Orange County's Tamra Judge defended her husband after her co-stars began gossiping that he's gay.
Our own theater critic Jean Lowerison reviews "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" playing at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts.
These Australian pets wore the colors of Pride as their owners rallied in the streets for marriage equality.
San Diego Restaurant Week returns for eight days starting on September 24. This event also helps give back to the community.
Flower is a Domestic Short Hair brought to San Diego after Hurricane Harvey and she is looking for a new home.
HEALTH, WELLNESS, AND SPORTS
A New York hospital faxes a patients HIV positive status to his work's mailroom. He is suing for $2.5 million.
Fans at Fenway Park in Boston were removed from the stadium after displaying a banner about racism.
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