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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

Heritage & Cultural Events

Obon Festival

Saturday, July 23, 2016 Vista Buddhist Temple

'The Last Tiger In Haiti'

Saturday, July 23, 2016 La Jolla Playhouse

'The Last Tiger In Haiti'

Saturday, July 23, 2016 La Jolla Playhouse

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Latino Groups To Lead Memorial Service For Orlando Victims

July 8
By Jean Guerrero

Latino groups are joining religious and LGBT leaders Saturday evening at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral to remember the victims of last month's Orlando shootings.

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LGBT Seniors Await New Affordable Housing In North Park

July 7
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego’s first affordable housing development for LGBT seniors breaks ground next week. It aims to help a community wounded by bigotry, job discrimination, isolation and loss of family.

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Tijuana Shelters Help With U.S. Immigration Backlog Of Haitians

June 17
By Jean Guerrero

Overwhelmed San Ysidro customs officials are relying on Tijuana's migrant shelters for help while they catch up processing a rising tide of mostly Haitian migrants.

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San Diego Groups Celebrate World Refugee Day

June 17
By Tarryn Mento

The topic of refugees has been a contentious talking point lately in the U.S., but World Refugee Day aims to celebrate and welcome displaced people.

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Bodhi Tree Concert Presents 'Brundibar,' A Children's Opera With A Devastating History

June 10
By Beth Accomando, Nicholas McVicker

Bodhi Tree Concerts is a nonprofit organization that performs “random acts of kindness” through music and art. It will be presenting "Brundibar," a charming children’s opera with a devastating history Saturday.

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Haitian, African Migrants Stream Into Tijuana

June 2
By Jean Guerrero

Dozens of migrants from Haiti and Africa are sleeping outside the San Ysidro Port of Entry on the Tijuana side. Some plan to apply for political asylum in the U.S., while others come for economic reasons.

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City Heights After-School Program Teaches Golf To Low-Income Kids

May 30
By Jean Guerrero

Founded by former Chargers player Ernie Wright in 1994, Pro Kids has been using golf to help low-income students — including refugees and immigrants — excel in school.

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Podcast Episode 75: San Diego To Broadway

May 13
By Beth Accomando

Cinema Junkie serves up two archive interviews featuring Steve Martin and George Takai, both of whom have musicals currently on Broadway that premiered at the Old Globe Theatre.

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San Diego's Top Weekend Events: From Beyoncé To Beethoven

May 12
By Nina Garin

Beyoncé's in town. San Diego Art Institute presents a treat for your ears and your nose. La Jolla Music Society performs a Beethoven marathon concert.

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Assemblywoman Atkins Tries Again To Get Medical Interpretation Covered

May 4
By Megan Burks

San Diego Assemblywoman Toni Atkins and other lawmakers have tried and failed three times to pass bills that would increase access to language interpretation at doctors' offices and hospitals.

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San Diego Transgender Teen's Happy Outcome

April 22
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

The stories of teenagers feeling trapped inside bodies that are not theirs often have unhappy endings. But the case of San Diego's Sam Moehlig is different.

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Navy Secretary Visits Camp Pendleton To Sell Marines On Women In Combat

April 12
By Susan Murphy, Associated Press

The secretary told more than 1,200 Marines and sailors that the decision is final. Marine Corps leaders had sought to keep certain infantry and combat jobs closed to women.

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Podcast Episode 69: Mexican Cinema, Old And New

April 1
By Beth Accomando

Cinema Junkie speaks with a veteran filmmaker and a newcomer whose works were featured in this month's San Diego Latino Film Festival.

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New Film 'Remember' Is Unforgettable

April 1
By Beth Accomando

The film "Remember" closed the San Diego Jewish Film Festival in February. Now it returns for a limited run at The Lot in La Jolla starting April 1.

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'Bleak Street' Gets Encore Engagement After San Diego Latino Film Festival Screening

March 22
By Beth Accomando

“Bleak Street (La calle de la amargura)” screened at the San Diego Latino Film Festival last week and now it’s playing at the Digital Gym Cinema so more people will have a chance to see this great film.

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