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RAGE Reviews: Opening Nights

RAGE Reviews: Opening Nights

[ 0 ] August 15, 2017

  by chris carpenter Health and family issues conspired, sadly, to prevent me from attending an opening night at Los Angeles’ storied Ahmanson Theatre since the end of last year.  Thankfully, I was able to break out of this vicious cycle last week in time for the L.A. premiere of The Curious Incident of the […]

THE RAINBOW TOUR: San Diego Repertory Theatre's "Evita"

THE RAINBOW TOUR: San Diego Repertory Theatre’s “Evita”

[ 0 ] August 14, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  The world has been fascinated by the short, but accomplished and ambitious life, of Eva Perón…And rightly so. Coming from a small town of working class poor, Perón made it to the big city of Buenos Aires at 15. She became a major radio and stage star by age 22, the […]

Radio Show Host for 'Breakfast Club' Apologizes for Transphobic Jokes

Radio Show Host for ‘Breakfast Club’ Apologizes for Transphobic Jokes

[ 0 ] August 7, 2017

from our media partner edge media network –  After a wave of backlash from Twitter and transgender activists like Janet Mock and Laverne Cox, a host of the popular radio show “The Breakfast Club” is apologizing for transphobic comments he made last month. On a recent episode of “The Breakfast Club” comedian Lil Duval joked about violence […]

Immerse Yourself in Summer with Wine, Food, Cocktails and Chefs at PACIFIC WINE & FOOD CLASSIC

Immerse Yourself in Summer with Wine, Food, Cocktails and Chefs at PACIFIC WINE & FOOD CLASSIC

[ 0 ] August 7, 2017

by tony reverditto –  Pacific Wine and Food Classic is an extraordinary world-class culinary experience offering guests the chance to taste bites from 50 of Southern California’s top chefs as they explore over 100 food, premium wine and cocktail stations. The event also features a live cooking stage, with culinary demonstrations from an impressive lineup […]

DTLA PROUD FESTIVAL - Back and Bigger in 2017

DTLA PROUD FESTIVAL – Back and Bigger in 2017

[ 0 ] August 7, 2017

Celebrating its second year in Downtown Los Angeles and in honor of the growing LGBT community that has taken residence there, the DTLA Proud Festival is expanding its reach. Last year’s one-day festival now becomes two and it’s all taking place on Saturday and Sunday, August 26 and 27 in downtown’s famed Pershing Square Park […]

SOUTH BAY LGBT CENTER - Celebrating Pride, Unity and Equality One Step at a Time

SOUTH BAY LGBT CENTER – Celebrating Pride, Unity and Equality One Step at a Time

[ 0 ] August 7, 2017

by tony reverditto –   Formerly known as the South Bay Lesbian and Gay Community Organization (SBLGCO), The South Bay LGBT Center came into existence in 1989, when ten women met and talked about the possibility of creating an organized lesbian and gay presence in the South Bay/Redondo Beach area. A survey was conducted to […]

The Time Has Come! The QUEENS OF SEASON 9 are Ready to Rock The Catwalk

The Time Has Come! The QUEENS OF SEASON 9 are Ready to Rock The Catwalk

[ 0 ] August 7, 2017

The queens from Season 9 of RuPaul’s Drag Race are finished with the VH1 show and now they’re out and about and taking no hostages during their raucous, live stage show tour. Season 9 winner, Sasha Velour, as well as Shea Coulee, Aja, Alexis Michelle and Nina Bonina Brown, along with hostess with the mostess, […]

PUMP UP THE VOLUME - A Musical 90’s Palooza with Colleen Kollar Smith

PUMP UP THE VOLUME – A Musical 90’s Palooza with Colleen Kollar Smith

[ 0 ] August 7, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  Jon Lorenz and Colleen Kollar Smith have done it again! This local dynamic duo is known for their hit 1980s-themed show Mixtape and 2016’s Miracle on 34th Street, A Live Radio Play (with Smith’s husband Lance), are once again working with San Diego Musical Theatre to launch a new show highlighting […]

SILENT SKY - Los Angeles Premiere Comes to International City Theatre in Long Beach

SILENT SKY – Los Angeles Premiere Comes to International City Theatre in Long Beach

[ 0 ] August 6, 2017

Decades before Hidden Figures the Academy Award-nominated film made them famous, astronomer Henrietta Swan Leavitt (1868-1921) and her female colleagues at the Harvard Observatory acted as “human computers,” using math and measurement to chart the skies. Without ever being allowed to touch a telescope—a task prohibited to women at the turn of the 20th century—Leavitt […]

First Trailer for Gay Drama 'Call Me By Your Name' Released

First Trailer for Gay Drama ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Released

[ 0 ] August 1, 2017

from edge media network –   The first official trailer for Luca Guadagnino’s new film, the gay drama “Call Me By Your Name” has hit the web. The highly anticipated film, which is in the Oscars’ conversation and is based on the novel of the same name by Andre Aciman, has received rave reviews after […]

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