Suicide also affects those left behind. Longtime community activist Wendy Sue Biegeleisen said: It is painful to see how Michael's newsmagazine business apparently took a toll on his life. Elected officials pay their respects As a publisher, Portantino was well-respected by many local elected officials. He will be sorely missed, but I know his memory will live on with his family and friends," Ammiano said. He believes in this community.
Think good thoughts for them.
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To date, Hurley and her straight publisher have yet to offer an appology or retraction for their lack of knowledge of such an important issue to the LGBT community. This article is comical. Were it not for the dedicated hard work that both MacNeal and I invested in the launch of that publication, it would not have gotten off the ground. Thanks for your email. Those who read our paper on a bi-weekly basis know we share a great deal of real stories about the local community in every issue and we have a number of great writers who engage in doing just that. I would also like to thank the Portantino family for the trust they have placed in myself and Christina MacNeal to safeguard the heritage that Michael Portantino built over nearly 30 years of ownership.
Think good thoughts for them. Morgan Hurley and Gay San Diego have every reason to be defensive regarding their content. This news comes with such a heavy heart and deep sadness. But the long view of the history of both the GLT and Portantino himself show an immense dedication to the community. It is about the future, and an LGBT community that needs and deserves sound balanced journalism, and the chance to be represented in a multimedia publication that embodies the best of what our vibrant community has to offer. He believes in this community. Randy Hope was a long-term employee and editor until May 4,