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Summer Nights Are Heating Up with Pacific Symphony's SUMMERFEST 2017

Summer Nights Are Heating Up with Pacific Symphony’s SUMMERFEST 2017

[ 0 ] July 7, 2017

Pack a picnic, bring your favorite wine and enjoy some great summer nights under the stars—as an exciting new chapter begins for Pacific Symphony and the Orange County community—when the orchestra settles into its brand-new summer home at the O.C. Fair & Event Center. “Performing at Pacific Amphitheater on the O.C. Fairgrounds presents a wonderful […]

THE CENTERS OF OUR WORLD

THE CENTERS OF OUR WORLD

[ 0 ] June 15, 2017

BUILDING COMMUNITY AND SAVING LIVES ~ by joel martens ~ Throughout the world, LGBT Centers are often the first exposure to a positive encounter of unattenuated love and acceptance many members within the broader community experience. Each locale has become a vital, central resource for empowering and serving individuals and families in an affirming manner. […]

TV PREVIEW: 5 Shows That Will Takeover Your Summer

TV PREVIEW: 5 Shows That Will Takeover Your Summer

[ 0 ] June 13, 2017

from edge media network –  For the last few years, summer became a destination for quality TV shows. The sweltering months are no longer a time when reruns dominate but when networks debut risky and wild shows that may be too “out there” for the prestigious fall season. For the last two years, the hacker […]

DINNER WITH DIMAGGIO

DINNER WITH DIMAGGIO

[ 0 ] June 9, 2017

A CONVERSATION WITH AUTHOR DR. ROCK POSITANO ~ by bill biss~ “Where have you gone Joe DiMaggio? Our nation turns its lonely eyes to you…” When you realize the significance of those lyrics from Paul Simon from the 1967 song “Mrs. Robinson,” it’s time to remember the man who inspired them. Joe DiMaggio topped the […]

ALEXEI ROMANOFF

ALEXEI ROMANOFF

[ 0 ] June 7, 2017

OWN YOUR PRIDE CONVERSATIONS WITH AN LGBT FOREFATHER ~ by joel martens ~ History stands as the greatest teacher, in that it offers lessons on how to move forward without carrying with us the mistakes of the past. Everything we experience, helps to make up who we become individually and as a community. That’s why […]

San Diego On Stage - June 2017

San Diego On Stage – June 2017

[ 0 ] June 7, 2017

  THE ROUSTABOUTS PRESENT: WITHERING HEIGHTS Diversionary Theatre is teaming up with The Roustabouts Theatre Co. to present Withering Heights, a comic gay retelling of Englishwoman Emily Bronte’s famed novel Wuthering Heights, from Sunday, June 11 to Sunday, July 9. Title characters Heathcliff and Catherine inhabit the Bronte’s moors as you’ve never seen them before, […]

IMMERSE YOURSELF IN GAY FRINGE - Featured Selections From The 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival

IMMERSE YOURSELF IN GAY FRINGE – Featured Selections From The 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival

[ 0 ] June 7, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  Jamie Lee Curtis once said, “Everything you want in the world is just right outside your comfort zone. Everything you could possibly want!” That seems like a succinct definition of Fringe Festivals. A little outside of traditional theatre, a little inside some of the best new theatre minds. A little decadent […]

Skittles Goes Black and White to Celebrate LGBT Pride

Skittles Goes Black and White to Celebrate LGBT Pride

[ 0 ] June 5, 2017

from edge media network –    For decades, the slogan for the bright colored confectioneries Skittles has been “Taste the rainbow.” But to celebrate LGBT Pride Month – specifically pride celebrations in London – the candies will go black and white, Ad Week reports. “So this is kind of awkward, but we’re just gonna go […]

MAN OF LA MANCHA: Reaching For The Stars, Dreaming The Impossible Dream

MAN OF LA MANCHA: Reaching For The Stars, Dreaming The Impossible Dream

[ 0 ] June 5, 2017

by tony reverditto –   Man of La Mancha revolves around a middle-aged Spaniard, Don Quixote, whose chivalrous ideology incentivises his mission to defend the helpless and destroy the wicked. He persuades sidekick Sancho Panza to join his adventure, during which they happen upon peasant woman, Dulcinea, whom Quixote imagines is a princess. In the […]

AMANDA MIGUEL: Her Good Heart

AMANDA MIGUEL: Her Good Heart

[ 0 ] May 16, 2017

by joel martens –  Born in Argentina, Amanda Miguel’s musical roots began very early. The daughter of a music teacher, she showed great promise as a child and by 16 had moved to Buenos Aires to study voice and piano at the Conservatorio de Albert Williams. It was there she met future husband, Diego Verdaguer, […]

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