Category: San Diego

SAN DIEGO PRIDE FESTIVAL WILL FEATURE METAL DETECTORS FOR THE FIRST TIME

SAN DIEGO PRIDE FESTIVAL WILL FEATURE METAL DETECTORS FOR THE FIRST TIME

[ 0 ] June 23, 2016

  San Diego Pride announced today that for the first time, the annual festival will feature metal detectors at the entrances. The festival will have more entry lanes to avoid long lines.  As always, there will also be a significant law enforcement presence, the San Diego Police Department’s mobile command unit will be stationed in […]

THE GREATER SAN DIEGO BUSINESS ASSOCIATION

THE GREATER SAN DIEGO BUSINESS ASSOCIATION

[ 0 ] June 21, 2016

TAKING THE NEXT STEPS ~by joel martens ~     Like most everything in life, change is inevitable. All things must evolve and grow, or as is often the case, they tend to fade away and eventually disappear.  The Greater San Diego Business Association (GSDBA) is working hard to avoid that as they strive to […]

SAN DIEGO FRINGE FESTIVAL

SAN DIEGO FRINGE FESTIVAL

[ 0 ] June 14, 2016

A Performance Smörgåsbord ~ by joel martens ~ What do you think of when you hear the word “fringe?”  Those dangly bits at the end of your mother’s old tablecloth, the sparkly Mylar trim at the edge of a Pride float, or maybe the jiggly bits from a 1920s flapper’s beaded dress?  The possibilities are […]

PUTTING THE “FUN” BACK INTO DYSFUNCTION… SORDID LIVES

PUTTING THE “FUN” BACK INTO DYSFUNCTION… SORDID LIVES

[ 0 ] June 8, 2016

by lisa lipsey –  Dubbed a black comedy about white trash, Sordid Lives by Del Shores, has everything—Texans, an affair, a funeral, a psychiatrist, a gay boy who loves to dress up as country western stars, unconditional love, eccentricities, redemption and a singer named Bitsy Mae. The show was nominated for over 30 awards during […]

TOKYO  FISH  STORY: CAUGHT BY  THE OLD GLOBE

TOKYO FISH STORY: CAUGHT BY THE OLD GLOBE

[ 0 ] June 6, 2016

by lisa lipsey –  Written by Kimber Lee, Tokyo Fish Story takes us to the heart of a Sushi Restaurant in Japan. Master chef Koji built his successful career on respect: for tradition, fine ingredients and the legends who came before him. But now his restaurant is losing its customers to newer places. Koji’s protégé […]

OUT AT THE FAIR: LONDON CALLING

OUT AT THE FAIR: LONDON CALLING

[ 0 ] June 6, 2016

by ken knox – If you ever wondered what became of Keith London, the adorable crooner who confounded Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. when he chose to sing Beyoncé’s “If I Were a Boy” during the Hollywood Week round of American Idol’s 13th season, you’re in luck. London will be one of […]

LIFE, DEATH AND THE THINGS IN BETWEEN

LIFE, DEATH AND THE THINGS IN BETWEEN

[ 0 ] May 16, 2016

LOVE IN THE HERE AND THE HEREAFTER  ~ by joel martens ~  Ever had an experience that you couldn’t explain—the sense that someone is in the room with you—or watching over you? A “sixth sense,” which sometimes makes you feel that you are not alone? For some it’s all just “gobbledygook” and silliness, but for […]

FILMOUT COMES OF AGE

FILMOUT COMES OF AGE

[ 0 ] May 12, 2016

by ken knox –  As it enters its 18th year, San Diego’s FilmOut Film Festival continues to put the focus back on quality LGBT filmmaking. For many, turning 18 is a monumental experience in one’s life. It is typically the year when people are considered to have reached the age of adult maturity. That’s certainly […]

NEWSIES: WATCH WHAT HAPPENS!

NEWSIES: WATCH WHAT HAPPENS!

[ 0 ] May 10, 2016

by joel martens –  Like many theatrical tales, Newsies is based on a true story pulled from history’s pages. In this case, it’s a story directly associated with the pages of New York’s two most powerful news sources The New York World and The New York Journal, owned by tycoons Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph […]

UPRISING: SONGS OF CHANGE - JANIS IAN AND SOLIDARITY

UPRISING: SONGS OF CHANGE – JANIS IAN AND SOLIDARITY

[ 0 ] May 5, 2016

by lisa lipsey – The San Diego Women’s Chorus is humming in solidarity as they prepare for their next concert UPRISING: Songs of Change. Their performance will honor the influence and importance of music in social movements from around the world. They have a very special guest gracing their stage, the legendary Janis Ian. Discovered […]

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