Topics :: California
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Oct 24, 2012
After allegedly taking bath salts, a gay couple in Vallejo, Calif., went on a nude public ramage, which resulted in police having to shoot and kill one of them.
By Winnie McCroy | Monday Oct 22, 2012
LGBT visitors from across the country and the world gathered in Anaheim for Gay Days Disney. And although they may have expected the rides and mouse ears, many were surprised at the wide array of shopping, dining, and cultural events.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Sep 27, 2012
The principal of a California elementary school has been arrested and charged with six drug counts after and undercover cop caught the educator trying to sell drugs on a gay dating site.
By Megan Barnes | Saturday May 12, 2012
More than 2,000 cyclists from across the country will take part in the 545-mile AIDS/LifeCycle bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles next month to raise money to combat the epidemic.
By Roger Brigham | Friday Apr 20, 2012
Retired Chief U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of California Vaughn Walker talked about the fate of Proposition 8, his sexual orientation and even Brad Pitt at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on Thursday.
By Megan Barnes | Tuesday Apr 10, 2012
The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center maintains the Manhattan Beach Police Department’s decision to release the mugshots of 18 men arrested in a series of undercover stings at a public restroom last month to local media outlets is wrong.
By Michael K. Lavers | Monday Mar 19, 2012
If the nation’s highest court takes up Proposition 8, it could lead to a landmark decision.
By Megan Barnes | Wednesday Mar 7, 2012
Long Beach student Chris Covington was among the youth leaders from across California who attended the official launch of the Born This Way Foundation with Lady Gaga, her mother and others at Harvard University on Feb. 29.
By Michael K. Lavers | Monday Mar 5, 2012
West Hollywood Mayor John Duran told EDGE during a Feb. 27 interview that Proposition 8 engaged a new generation of LGBT activists. He also remains optimistic that same-sex couples will once again be able to marry in California by the end of the year.
By ED Walsh | Thursday Feb 16, 2012
Osmosis sits on 5.5 artistically landscaped acres in a creekside property in Sonoma County, about 90 minutes north San Francisco. The latest addition to Osmosis is the "Field of Hammocks," a half-dozen shaded hammocks.