Category: ENTERTAINMENT

ARIANA GRANDE REACHES TOP TIER POP STATUS WITH 'MY EVERYTHING'

ARIANA GRANDE REACHES TOP TIER POP STATUS WITH ‘MY EVERYTHING’

[ 0 ] September 11, 2014

by Jason St. Amand National News Editor, Edge on the Net At just 20 years old, singer Ariana Grande has achieved something that only the top tier pop divas before her have accomplished: her first two albums went straight to no. 1 on Billboard. Grande hit this rare milestone last week with the release of her […]

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 […]

LONG BEACH SYMPHONY: 80 YEARS OF COMMUNITY ENRICHMENT

LONG BEACH SYMPHONY: 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 […]

 HOLLYWOOD BOWL HIGHLIGHTS - SEPTEMBER

 HOLLYWOOD BOWL HIGHLIGHTS – SEPTEMBER

[ 0 ] September 7, 2014

. Prepare to take a breathtaking journey through The Planets—An HD Odyssey. Experience a profound new approach to Gustav Holst’s spectacular cosmic showpiece live with astonishing images from NASA and JPL rovers and satellites, as well as computer-generated graphics of the Mars landing and more projected on the big screen. Buckle up for this once-in-a-lifetime musical encounter […]

 PACIFIC SYMPHONY MAESTRO'S SERIES PRESENTS JOSHUA BELL

 PACIFIC SYMPHONY MAESTRO’S SERIES PRESENTS JOSHUA BELL

[ 0 ] September 6, 2014

. Grammy Award-winning violinist Joshua Bell returns to Orange County Thursday, September 25 through Saturday, September 27 to take the stage with Pacific Symphony at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa. Bell has been captivating audiences around the globe for more than 20 years with his breathtaking virtuosity, tonal beauty and […]

Q FILMS 2014: PREMIERES & AWARD WINNERS

Q FILMS 2014: PREMIERES & AWARD WINNERS

[ 0 ] September 6, 2014

by chris carpenter – One can think of this month’s Long Beach Qfilm Festival as coming at the tail end of the LGBT film fest circuit, or one can think of it as the kickoff to the annual awards-consideration festival circuit, along with the concurrent Toronto Film Festival. At any rate, the 21st Long Beach […]

RAGE REVIEWS: The Confounding & the Courageous

RAGE REVIEWS: The Confounding & the Courageous

[ 0 ] August 15, 2014

by chris carpenter -   I’m a little embarrassed to admit I am late to the work of gay Mexican filmmaker Julian Hernandez.  Over the last decade, Hernandez wrote and directed the widely acclaimed Broken Sky, A Thousand Clouds of Peace and Raging Sun, Raging Sky. The latter two both won the Berlin Film Festival’s Teddy […]

“AND THE WINNER IS...” THE 39TH ANNUAL NICKY AWARDS

“AND THE WINNER IS…” THE 39TH ANNUAL NICKY AWARDS

[ 0 ] August 15, 2014

by tim parks For 39 years, The Nicky Awards have been considered the “Gay” Academy Awards of San Diego and were established by activist and City Commissioner Nicole Murray-Ramirez in 1975. The annual event taking place on Sunday, August 24, celebrates outstanding achievements within the community, ranging in categories from Outstanding Community Organization to Outstanding […]

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