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Meet LGBT Pride Month Local Hero Mattheus Stephens

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Mattheus Stephens is a lawyer by trade, a teacher by passion, and a committed community member by nature. And now, he represents the LGBT community as the first transgender Local ... Read more

Meet LGBT Pride Month Local Hero Jonathan Bailey

For Jonathan Bailey, food is love. And he works hard to feed love to as many people as he can. That’s why he was nominated as a 2016 LGBT Pride ... Read more

Food Events

Summer Games: A Tower After Hours Event

Thursday, July 28, 2016 San Diego Museum of Man

Sunset Poolside Jazz Series

Thursday, July 28, 2016 Westgate Hotel San Diego

Hess Fest 2016

Saturday, July 30, 2016 Mike Hess Brewing Co.

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San Diego Mom Writes Book On Raising Transgender Child

Feb. 18
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

In the book "Raising Ryland," Hillary Whittington opens up about the emotional decision to transition her child Ryland from girl to boy.

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Why The 'Poet Of The Black Revolution' Thinks 'We Did Not Get A Leader' In Obama

Feb. 17
By Megan Burke, Maureen Cavanaugh

Nikki Giovanni, who's been documenting the struggle of African-Americans since the civil rights movement, shares her opinions on Barack Obama's leadership and the death of Antonin Scalia in a provocative interview.

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Podcast Episode 60: Celebrating Blaxploitation Cinema

Feb. 12
By Beth Accomando

David Walker, writer of the new "Shaft" comic books, loves the Blaxploitation films of the 1970s and says we're due for Blaxploitation 2.0.

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San Diego Chef Shares Romantic Recipes For Valentine's Day

Feb. 11
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Valentine's Day is Sunday, and if you need advice on how to make your loved one feel special, we've got you covered.

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San Diego Heirs Of Jewish Art Collector Get California Attorney General's Support

Feb. 5
By City News Service

California Attorney General Kamala Harris asked a federal appeals court to reinstate a case brought by San Diego heirs of a Jewish art collector forced to give up a valuable Pissarro painting by Nazi functionaries.

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Scientists Examine Southern White Rhinoceros To Save Near-Extinct Cousins

Feb. 4
By City News Service

The San Diego Zoo Safari Park launched an effort to examine the reproductive systems of southern white rhinoceros brought to San Diego in an attempt to save their near-extinct cousins.

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Women's Professional Cycling Making Headway

Feb. 4
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Pat Finn

The most famous event in cycling, the Tour de France, is for men only. Now women are trying to move up from the back of the pack to increase their presence, number of events and prize money.

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San Diego Jewish Film Festival Launches 26th Year With South African Drama

Feb. 4
By Beth Accomando

The 26th Annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival opens Thursday night with the U.S. premiere of the South African drama "The Price of Sugar." Here are some highlights.

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Podcast Episode 58: Under-Appreciated Black Directors

Jan. 29
By Beth Accomando

On the heels of Oscar snubbing black actors and filmmakers again, and on the eve of Black History Month, Cinema Junkie sits down with a pair of black San Diego independent filmmakers to talk about some under-appreciated African-American directors whose works are worth seeking out.

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Tijuana Migrants Hide In Tunnels As Police Raids Get Deadly

Jan. 28
By Jean Guerrero

To hide from the police, hundreds of homeless migrants in Tijuana have taken shelter in dark tunnels branching out from the city's river canal. Some get struck and killed on nearby highways when police find them and they try to flee.