San Diego artist Clarione Gutierrez has a seemingly inherent knack for the visual arts, part of which he jokingly attributes to a trip to the renowned San Diego Zoo. But his versatility transcends the title of “artist,” as his talent is as engaging live as it is in a studio.
The president of the San Diego Women’s Chorus isn’t joking when she says the group has a BIG show coming up. The SDWC will perform alongside the Indigo Girls, and they plan to raise money for a great cause: the Lesbian Health Initiative Fund of the San Diego Human Dignity Foundation.
Headliner Tony Houck speaks with SDGLN about his versatile career and the process of revitalizing a classic story with a wicked twist. The limited engagement is presented by Diversionary Theatre Cabaret at Martinis Above Fourth in Hillcrest.
Kath Rogers, the newest member of the Hillcrest Town Council's board of directors, didn’t have a difficult time falling in love with San Diego. After moving here from Chicago in 2004, she found the climate and cultural richness that have become the city’s trademarks. Now she is paying back.
Doubling as president of SDSU’s Queer Student Union and a board member of Lambda Archives, Thomas Negron Jr. stays involved around the clock with his passion projects. SDGLN speaks with him about his community involvement, on campus and off.
On Saturday, March 29, Bears San Diego will present the “Mr. Bear San Diego 2014” contest, during which last year’s winner will hand the title over to the winner. The contest takes place at The Hole, and is emceed by Empress Roxy Bleau.