Category: San Diego

WHO CAN PLAY? LGBTQ Participation in Professional, Amateur and School Sports

WHO CAN PLAY? LGBTQ Participation in Professional, Amateur and School Sports

[ 0 ] January 15, 2018

A live-discussion panel engagement and audience Q&A in San Diego’s historically LGBTQ Hillcrest Neighborhood Live, in-person at Gossip Grill Thursday, January 18, LGBTs In The News with Thom Senzee, in partnership with the You Can Play Project, invite members of the public to a free, groundbreaking conversation about LGBTQ participation in sports and athletics at […]

PARTNERING UP AND BUILDING OUT: San Diego Pride & Habitat For Humanity

PARTNERING UP AND BUILDING OUT: San Diego Pride & Habitat For Humanity

[ 0 ] January 9, 2018

by joel martens –  Part longtime vision and part lucky accident, the partnership between San Diego Pride and Habitat for Humanity was actually a dream of one of Pride’s board emeritus, Judi Schaim, for more than two decades. Flash forward to March 2017 and a Humanity at a Qualcomm LGBT ERG mixer where San Diego […]

CARDBOARD PIANO: Politics, Religion and Consequence

CARDBOARD PIANO: Politics, Religion and Consequence

[ 0 ] January 8, 2018

by lisa lipsey –  The relationship between a theatre and its audience can be therapeutic and cathartic. The theatre amplifies voices by telling stories and being vulnerable.We the audience, sit in the dark and witness by laughing, sharing, hurting, supporting and encouraging. To shake up that relationship, Diversionary Theatre’s Artistic Director Matt Morrow tosses a […]

14th Annual San Diego Restaurant Week: An Edible Extravaganza to Ring In the New Year

14th Annual San Diego Restaurant Week: An Edible Extravaganza to Ring In the New Year

[ 0 ] January 8, 2018

Who could forget those vivid, magical lyrics that Oliver and his little chums sang as they imagined a life filled with anything their heart’s desired, as far as all things edible: “Hot sausage and mustard, cold jelly and custard, peas, pudding and saveloys…Is this making you as hungry as it is me?” (And, if you’re […]

MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET: Spreading Cheer on Downtown San Diego's 4th Street

MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET: Spreading Cheer on Downtown San Diego’s 4th Street

[ 0 ] December 12, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  Christmas time is upon us and with it comes Miracle on 34th Street. You know the one with the department store Santa Claus, who claims he’s the real Kris Kringle and gets arrested? His case gets taken all the way to the Supreme Court, of course. And of course, a miracle […]

THE HILLCREST WIND ENSEMBLE: Making the Season Bright with Music and More

THE HILLCREST WIND ENSEMBLE: Making the Season Bright with Music and More

[ 0 ] December 6, 2017

by tim parks –  The Hillcrest Wind Ensemble brings over 30 years of experience and history with them, when they take the Parq West stage for their Holiday Revue on Saturday, December 16. The 45-piece group, along with The Hillcrest Holiday Singers, will perform classic American standards from days gone by, sure to elicit feelings […]

THE MOORS: Juxtaposing The Old and The New at Diversionary

THE MOORS: Juxtaposing The Old and The New at Diversionary

[ 0 ] November 7, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  Is it true that everything old is new? Perhaps everything is just old? Maybe just timeless? The issues, relationships, the story of humankind? Playwright Jen Silverman investigates this concept in her play The Moors, the recipient of a 2015 Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award. By set and costume, the show […]

SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S CHORUS Presents an Evening of Elemental Connections

SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S CHORUS Presents an Evening of Elemental Connections

[ 0 ] November 6, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  In wrapping up their thirtieth anniversary season, the San Diego Women’s Chorus is delighting in the opportunity to celebrate and connect with Mother Nature, bringing sunny San Diego a sampling of all things elemental. Kathleen Hansen, Artistic Director, notes, “Elements is an exploration of the interplay between nature and humanity. Earth, […]

THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE: Discovering Elvis...And High Heels

THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE: Discovering Elvis…And High Heels

[ 0 ] October 11, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  Cygnet Theatre is now in rehearsals for the San Diego premiere of the witty, sequin-filled musical comedy The Legend of Georgia McBride. Written by Obie award-winning playwright Matthew Lopez (The Whipping Man), the show brings both sass and meaningful storytelling. “The real center of the story is about people finding their […]

SHANGELA: Ready to Werq The World!

SHANGELA: Ready to Werq The World!

[ 0 ] October 4, 2017

by tim parks –  When Drag Race alum Shangela takes the stage as the hostess of RuPaul’s Werq The World Tour, this queen is totally prepared to “Bring it!” The North American run, fresh off its European leg, will kick off its high-heeled debut inside Downtown San Diego’s Spreckels Theatre on Thursday, October 12, followed […]

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