san diego news
Hate crimes rise significantly in San Diego » Experts interpret statistics » by Celene Adams
San Diego observes World AIDS Day » Community reflects on successes and challenges and remembers those lost to the disease » by Rick Braatz
San Diego Human Dignity Foundation announces grant recipients » Local nonprofits serving the GLBT community to receive $36,000
Despite HIV fears, few prisons allow inmates access to condoms » California corrections officials to assess feasibility of pilot program to distribute condoms however
Homophobia hurts » MSM men’s health suffering from violence, disease, stress » by Bob Roehr
FBI reports hate crimes in U.S. were up nearly 8 percent in 2006 » Sexual orientation bias accounts for 15.5 percent
AIDS cases drop dramatically » Some critics say inflated numbers account for revision
NGLTF appoints new head for Policy Institute » Dr. Jaime Grant to lead country’s premier GLBT think tank
World News Briefs » Compiled by Rex Wockner
General Gayety » Informing the FBI » by Leslie Robinson
Quote UnQuote » Compiled by Rex Wockner
Beyond the Briefs » The law on campus regarding anti-gay conduct and expression » by Robert DeKoven
Issue 1040 » November 29, 2007
arts & entertainment
Steve Gdula’s 'Wearing History' makes a fashion statement » by Tim Parks
Homo for the Holidays » by Mikey Rox
A classic, a premiere and, oh yes, it’s Christmas » by Jean Lowerison
Gaywatch » by Tim Parks
Epicurious Eating » Fat City doesn’t make the grade » by Frank Sabatini
News for Foodies » by Frank Sabatini Jr.
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Business Spotlight: Marci Bair, certified financial planner, Bair Financial Group » 3131 Camino Del Rio North, Suite 1200, San Diego, CA 92108; 619-497-2279; www.bairfinancial.com
House Hunting Center » Risks of trading up to larger home » by Dian Hymer
Horoscope » by Jack Fertig
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