Making his mark

Posted: January 5th, 2018 | Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Story | 2 Comments

By Delle Willett

When he was growing up, future landscape visionary Michael Brennan viewed his Nana as his inspiration.

“She set an example of unconditional love and respect for all people,” Brennan said. “She was a master gardener in her own right and helped me learn the names of all the plants in her backyard, which was like a botanical garden.”

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The future of mobility

Posted: January 5th, 2018 | Features, News, Top Story | No Comments

By Morgan M. Hurley | Editor

In December, we shared with you an introduction to a new long distance ride-share program that had recently come to San Diego [Ref: “Taking a loop in a Tesla,” Vol. 18, Issue 12, or online at ]. In that analysis, we provided a quick introduction to the Tesla vehicles and the service itself.

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Joely Fisher invites us in

Posted: December 8th, 2017 | Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Story | 1 Comment

By Morgan M. Hurley

What was it like to grow up the child of celebrity parents? In addition to the usual drama and non-stop media attention, the gene pool alone can certainly offer up a whole lot of talent.

That talent is what San Diego will experience when Joely Fisher — daughter of ’50s film and recording artist heartthrob Eddie Fisher and singer/actress Connie Stevens — comes to Martinis Above Fourth Table + Stage on Dec. 11. Fisher will perform a stage adaptation of her recent best-selling memoir, “Growing Up Fisher: Musings, Memories and Misadventures.”

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Gay San Diego Holiday Guide 2017: Part 2

Posted: December 8th, 2017 | Featured, Features | No Comments

Broadway San Diego
San Diego Civic Theater
1100 Third Ave. 92101

Broadway/San Diego — a Nederlander presentation — is part of the nationally recognized Nederlander producing company of America, one of the country’s largest and most experienced operators of live theater.

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Building dreams for LGBT seniors

Posted: November 24th, 2017 | Community Profile, Features, Top Story | No Comments

By Morgan M. Hurley | Editor

When Sue Reynolds first took over as CEO of the nonprofit Community HousingWorks (CHW) in 1997, the builder-owner-development organization managed 300 affordable apartments in San Diego County, with a staff of 13. Two decades later, they’ve grown to 65 employees and an inventory of 3,000 apartments statewide; a total of 35 communities with 30 of those located in San Diego County.

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World AIDS Day events

Posted: November 24th, 2017 | Featured, Features, News, Special Events | No Comments

29th annual Dr. Brad Truax Awards

The Dr. A. Brad Truax Awards were created to honor the memory of Dr. Truax and his contributions to the HIV/AIDS efforts in San Diego and those who have continued to carry the torch in the struggle against the HIV/AIDS epidemic in our community.

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