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ROWHOUSE SHOWDOWN

ROWHOUSE SHOWDOWN

[ 0 ] September 11, 2014

SoCal Boys Showing Us How To Get It Done! by joel martens Joshua Altman and Geoffrey Taft (Josh, left in photo and Geoff, right in photo) are no strangers to success and difficult challenges, both have had each in their young lives. A couple who met at a business convention in NYC , their relationship, […]

 GAY DAYS ANAHEIM AT THE DISNEYLAND RESORT

 GAY DAYS ANAHEIM AT THE DISNEYLAND RESORT

[ 0 ] September 10, 2014

. “Oh Mickey, you’re so fine you’re so fine, you blow my mind, hey Mickey, hey Mickey…” It’s the perfect tag line for what’s coming up at Disneyland in Anaheim from Friday, October 3 through Sunday, October 5. The annual event has become a tradition and though not “official,” the event attracts over 30,000 guests […]

I THINK “OLIVER” SAID IT BEST…“Food, glorious food!"

I THINK “OLIVER” SAID IT BEST…“Food, glorious food!”

[ 0 ] September 10, 2014

. “Food, glorious food!  We’re anxious to try it.  Three banquets a day — Our favorite diet! Just picture a great big steak – Fried, roasted or stewed. Oh, food, Wonderful food, Marvelous food Glorious food!” Who doesn’t love a great meal? September is the time to explore the many tastes that San Diego County has to offer […]

A FEUD BEGINS - KATY PERRY SUBTWEETS TAYLOR SWIFT?

A FEUD BEGINS – KATY PERRY SUBTWEETS TAYLOR SWIFT?

[ 0 ] September 9, 2014

by Jason St. Amand National News Editor, Edge on the Net From now until October 27, Taylor Swift will be busy occupying every aspect of your mind, as she gears up to release her fifth album “1989.” In her latest effort to promote her new music and brainwash you, Rolling Stone magazine published a large cover […]

BROADWAY BACKDOWN: LIGHTS TO DIM FOR JOAN RIVERS TONIGHT

BROADWAY BACKDOWN: LIGHTS TO DIM FOR JOAN RIVERS TONIGHT

[ 0 ] September 9, 2014

by Bobby McGuire, Edge on the Net Less than one day after deciding that Joan Rivers’ career didn’t meet the criteria to be honored by dimming the lights on Gotham’s theater marquees, it appears as though the organization that represents the majority of Broadway theater owners and producers has had a change of heart. A memo […]

2014 FALL TV PREVIEW - THE “GAYNGLE" (GAY ANGLE)

2014 FALL TV PREVIEW – THE “GAYNGLE” (GAY ANGLE)

[ 0 ] September 9, 2014

by tim parks –  In relation to “our place” in the new crop of Fall TV shows, I will borrow a catchphrase from one Ms. Kathy Griffin and ask, “Where are my gays at?” Two of last year’s hopefuls did not survive their freshman seasons. Sean Hayes didn’t save the world and Super Fun Night’s […]

SAN DIEGO THEATRE BRIEFS - SEPTEMBER EDITION

SAN DIEGO THEATRE BRIEFS – SEPTEMBER EDITION

[ 0 ] September 9, 2014

  REGRETS ONLY One of San Diego theatre’s favorite mulit-taskers, Jessica Johns, is making her Diversionary directorial debut with Regrets Only, the Paul Rudnick social comedy set firmly in the George W. Bush era. The story features Tibby McCullough, her high-powered attorney husband Jack and her GBF (gay best friend) fashion designer Hank Hadley, who […]

TONY NOMINATED PLAY 'GOOD PEOPLE' COMES TO LA MIRADA THEATRE

TONY NOMINATED PLAY ‘GOOD PEOPLE’ COMES TO LA MIRADA THEATRE

[ 0 ] September 9, 2014

. Pulitzer Prize-winner David Lindsay-Abaire’s play, Good People, takes audiences to Southie, a Boston neighborhood in which a night on the town means a few rounds of bingo and where this month’s paycheck covers last month’s bills. Margie Walsh has just been let go from yet another job, is facing eviction and scrambling to catch […]

LEARNING FROM HISTORY AT THE OLDEST AND LARGEST TRANSGENDER BEAUTY PAGEANT OF ITS KIND

LEARNING FROM HISTORY AT THE OLDEST AND LARGEST TRANSGENDER BEAUTY PAGEANT OF ITS KIND

[ 0 ] September 9, 2014

by joshua ryan –   Athena Leyva perches carefully at the end of the runway, daintily brushing a tendril of hair from her face and back toward the crown atop her brunette locks. Leyva’s a winner. She is also the reigning titleholder of Hermosa y Protegida or The Hermosa Pageant, the oldest and longest-running pageant for […]

LONG BEACH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: 80 YEARS OF COMMUNITY ENRICHMENT

LONG BEACH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: 80 YEARS OF COMMUNITY ENRICHMENT

[ 0 ] September 9, 2014

by joshua ryan Music lovers can celebrate, as season tickets for the Long Beach Symphony 2014-2015 Classical and POPS! Series are now on sale. “We’re thrilled to celebrate our 80th Anniversary at Long Beach Symphony by offering great music to the Long Beach community,” said Executive Director Kelly Ruggirello. THE CLASSICAL SERIES is geared toward […]

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