Topics :: San Diego
By Megan Barnes | Monday Oct 10, 2011
Continued financial strain forced Bienestar to close its San Diego center for Latinos and LGBT Latinos with HIV/AIDS on Sept. 30.
By Elliot Spagat | Sunday Oct 9, 2011
Two leading Republican contenders for mayor of America’s eighth-largest city are openly gay, and voters have barely noticed. It doesn’t come up at campaign appearances or in local news coverage.
By David Vera | Friday Aug 19, 2011
After only two months of business, San Diego’s newest true gastropub has skyrocketed to the hearts and appetites of locals and visitors alike. Knotty Barrel Gastropub is here to stay.
By Megan Barnes | Friday Jul 15, 2011
The Human Rights Campaign has partnered with immigration advocacy groups to sponsor workshops in Phoenix, Las Vegas, Long Beach, Calif., Denver, Dallas and New York to help documented immigrants apply for American citizenship.
By David Vera | Thursday Jul 14, 2011
With a proud Facebook announcement stating, "we’re so happy to be back in Hillcrest," the Busalacchi family officially affirmed its pledge to once again elevate the art of Italian cuisine in our eager neighborhood.
By David Vera | Wednesday Jun 22, 2011
San Diego loves Italian food. Who can blame us? Unfortunately "Ital- ian" encompasses quite a large trough of choices.
By Megan Barnes | Wednesday May 25, 2011
Rodney Rodriguez’s ArcHIVe Project features interviews of people with HIV and those who have been directly affected by the epidemic.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Nov 2, 2010
A gay San Diego man was attacked and severely beaten by a group of people in an alley near his home while he walked his dogs.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Oct 18, 2010
Four firefighters who say they suffered physical ailments after being compelled to ride in a gay Pride parade won an appeal to their earlier court victory, with one firefighter bragging that the case has cost taxpayers "millions" of dollars.
By Peter Cassels | Wednesday Sep 29, 2010
A recent Centers for Disease Control study that surveyed men in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and 18 other cities found 40 percent of gay/bi men with HIV were unaware of their status underscores the need for increased funding to combat the epidemic in California.