In San Diego
This week, the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus (SDGMC) had the honor of performing at both outgoing interim Mayor Todd Gloria’s community celebration and for newly elected Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s inauguration ceremony.
USofA pageants will present the inaugural "Miss Gay Golden State USofA" pageant Sun., March 16 in the Lafayette Hotel’s Mississippi Ballroom. The pageant is open to male drag queens and transsexual female impersonators 21 years of age and older.
HIV researchers from across the globe came together in Boston last week from March 3-6 for the annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI). Here are some key findings.
A federal appeals court has tentatively scheduled May arguments on Virginia’s constitutional ban on same-sex marriages.
MSNBC host Martin Bashir resigned from the network Wednesday, nearly three weeks after making graphic remarks on his show about former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
A child custody case involving "The Lost Boys" actor Jason Patric and his ex-girlfriend has grown into a heated battle in the California Legislature about whether certain sperm donors should be granted parental rights.
In San Diego
A California state lawmaker wants to ban SeaWorld from using killer whales in its San Diego shows.
The acceptance of LGBT people in Latino culture has been daunting, but progress has been made, thanks in part to movies about the experience of being Latino/Latina and LGBT.
The past decade has seen both a growth in the number of LGBT-themed shows on network and cable, as well as a more nuanced view of them.
Entertainer, emcee, comedian and producer Scott Nevins leads his life by words of wisdom from his 86-year-old Aunt Grace: "Why worry what other people think, do they pay your rent?"
It’s not about going to the movies or watching TV. See what people in Utah do for fun.
Lippa and Crawley’s "A Little Princess," which debuted at Theatre Works of Palo Alto in the summer of 2004, still has a way to go in its development before a Tony Award judge would crown it.
Healthline’s website allows PLWHAs to record their own video about life with HIV, and share it with those unsecure about their future.
Few cities can boast the refreshing comfort of sunny California like Palm Springs. With built-in romance thanks to its swaying palm trees, blue skies …
People have been living with HIV since the mid-1980s, and now many have found themselves facing the unknown challenges of aging while HIV-positive.