Category: San Diego

DINING OUT FOR LIFE: SERVING UP LIFE SAVING

DINING OUT FOR LIFE: SERVING UP LIFE SAVING

[ 0 ] April 7, 2014

by caleb rainey -  It’s the time of year again when great food and a great cause combine for one incredible event. Dining Out for Life is back and it’s going to be tastier than ever! Dining Out for Life is an incredible event in which restaurants come together and donate a portion or all of their proceeds […]

 CORONADO PLAYHOUSE presents SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE FINAL ADVENTURE

CORONADO PLAYHOUSE presents SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE FINAL ADVENTURE

[ 0 ] April 6, 2014

Like any good obsession, what it is focused upon lingers like a pervasive stench that never dissipates, it can’t be cleaned away and the desire to bring it to an end motivates all of the decisions made to be rid of it. “We are two men who share a shadow; our every move betrays us…” […]

14TH ANNUAL TASTE OF HILLCREST

14TH ANNUAL TASTE OF HILLCREST

[ 0 ] April 4, 2014

  Nom, nom, nom… We all love to eat and this is the perfect chance for you to engage your inner Homer. Well, maybe you could take a teensy bit classier route and avoid mowing down other participants in your frenzy to get at all the remarkable Hillcrest foodie offerings during the 14th Annual Taste […]

DEBBIE PRUTSMAN: THE PURR-FECT REFLECTIVE GRIZABELLA

DEBBIE PRUTSMAN: THE PURR-FECT REFLECTIVE GRIZABELLA

[ 0 ] March 17, 2014

by lisa lipsey -  San Diego Musical Theatre takes a daring feline leap into the world of CATS. Directed by James Vasquez and choreographed by Janet Renslow, this is the largest show ever put on by the company with 22 cast members from throughout Southern California. CATS, the iconic Andrew Lloyd Webber show based on […]

CINE GAY 2014 - ENJOY A "MARGARITA" AND MUCH MORE

CINE GAY 2014 – ENJOY A “MARGARITA” AND MUCH MORE

[ 0 ] March 11, 2014

by chris carpenter -  The acceptance of LGBT people in Latino culture has been especially daunting but progress has been made. Contributing to this over the last decade is the proliferation of movies depicting the experience of being Latino/Latina and LGBT. San Diego’s Latino Film Festival has annually highlighted such works among its overall programming […]

MISS GAY GOLDEN STATE: FIRST TIME’S A CHARM

MISS GAY GOLDEN STATE: FIRST TIME’S A CHARM

[ 0 ] March 10, 2014

by caleb rainey Drag has long been a staple of the LGBT community and continues to fascinate and inspire. Indeed, drag is experiencing renewed interest and acceptance in the LGBT community due to the popularity of shows like RuPaul’s Drag Race. Drag is as much a culture as an art form, with traditions just as […]

19TH ANNUAL shamROCK BLOCK PARTY

19TH ANNUAL shamROCK BLOCK PARTY

[ 0 ] March 7, 2014

  A BEGUILING POT O’GOLD LANDS IN DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO Get lucky and find the end of the Leprechaun’s rainbow in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter on Saturday, March 15 from 4 p.m. until midnight during the 19th Annual shamROCK festival—the largest outdoor St. Patrick’s party on the West Coast. Everyone’s a wee bit Irish on St. […]

MARILYN MONROE MARATHON: FILMOUT SAN DIEGO CELEBRATES THE BLONDE BOMBSHELL'S BELOVED FILMS

MARILYN MONROE MARATHON: FILMOUT SAN DIEGO CELEBRATES THE BLONDE BOMBSHELL’S BELOVED FILMS

[ 0 ] February 19, 2014

FilmOut San Diego continues its Monthly Screening Series on Saturday, February 22 at the North Park Theatre, with a Marilyn Monroe Marathon. The five film marathon will take place from noon to 11 p.m. and features Niagara, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, The Seven Year Itch, Some Like It Hot and The Misfits. These five films are […]

DIRECTOR SHANA WRIDE GETS VULNERABLE WITH 'BOYS AND GIRLS' AT DIVERSIONARY

DIRECTOR SHANA WRIDE GETS VULNERABLE WITH ‘BOYS AND GIRLS’ AT DIVERSIONARY

[ 0 ] February 18, 2014

by lisa lipsey  Written by Tom Donaghy, Boys and Girls is a comedy about gay family drama… Or is it?  The Diversionary Theatre dubs it as a tale of two couples in their early 30s, one lesbian and one gay. Each has complicated histories to overcome as they “struggle to grow-up, settle down and raise […]

ATKINS SPEAKS

ATKINS SPEAKS

[ 0 ] February 17, 2014

by mike spradley -  The California Assembly has appointed Toni Atkins (D ) the first open lesbian and third female ever as speaker of the lower house. Atkins who represents San Diego 78th Assembly district was also the first open lesbian to be appointed deputy mayor when she was member of the San Diego City […]

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