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Spider Baby the Musical thursday, oct. 31 Spider Baby the Musical Based on the 1965 black and white film Spider Baby starring the original “wolf man” Lon Chaney, this quirky musical is the perfect fare for Halloween season! It’s fast moving and entertaining, with wonderful vocals by some of San Diego’s best theatrical and musical […]

Director and actors discuss ‘She-Rantulas’ (VIDEOS)

Director and Co-Writer Ruff Yeager and two of the main characters, Tony Houck and Melinda Gilb sit down to discuss the inception of She-Rantulas from Outer Space-in 3D! playing at  Diversionary Theatre, San Diego through Nov. 17. Buy tickets here.

Pop artist and equality activist Holly Elle performs at Atlanta Pride

Nashville based pop artist and equality activist Holly Elle performed at the Atlanta Pride Festival earlier this month alongside Bonnie McKee and Steve Grand. Holly Elle has long been a supporter of LGBT rights as well as an advocate for anti-bullying so performing at Atlanta Pride was a natural progression for her. Her song “Freak” (watch the […]

‘Rupaul’s Drag Race’ to bring Red Ribbon event to Kimpton’s Hotel Palomar

SAN DIEGO – The world’s top drag superstars, the winners of RuPaul’s Drag Race and All Stars Drag Race, will rev the crowd up into a heated frenzy at an out of the box charity event held for Mama’s Kitchen at Kimpton’s Hotel Palomar Nov. 15. The fundraiser will be part of Kimpton’s nationwide Red Ribbon Campaign […]

Retired Supreme Court justice officiates at same-sex marriage

WASHINGTON – A retired Supreme Court justice has performed a same-sex marriage ceremony joining Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to become only the second past or present justice to officiate  at a same-sex wedding ceremony. Buzzfeed.com reports that retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor officiated at the wedding of Jeff Trammell and Stuart Serkin last […]

North Park Theatre purchased by West Coast Tavern

David Cohen, Bobby Jones and the Verant Group have purchased the North Park Theatre located in the center of what Forbes Magazine calls one of the hippest neighborhoods in the U.S.  West Coast Tavern has been operating in the lobby of the theater for more than four years and the purchase is a perfect fit […]

No ‘gay’ apparel in Hallmark’s 2013 keepsake ornaments

Hallmark has decided to re-write one of the lines of the traditional holiday carol “Deck the Halls.” The re-write appears on one of the company’s 2013 keepsake ornaments named “Holiday Sweater.” Splashed across the front of the ornament is the line, “Don we now our fun apparel,” clearly an intentional edit from the more familiar […]

Straight man gets punched after sticking up for gay friends

OMAHA, Neb. — WOWT 6 News in  Omaha reports a man is recovering Monday after being attacked in the Old Market Saturday night. Ryan Langenegger said he was punched after sticking up for his friends, who were being harassed for being gay. Langenegger, who identifies as straight, said he and his two friends, Josh Foo […]

Equality House holds ‘Drag Down Bigotry’ event in front of Westboro Baptist Church

Oct. 26, the Equality House hosted its first drag show in front of the Westboro Baptist Church. The event was held to raise money for anti-bullying programs and was appropriately given the name Drag Down Bigotry. The Equality House is a project of the non-profit Planting Peace. The Equality House serves as a symbol of […]

Artists and celebrities donate to crowdfunding campaign for LGBTQ history app (VIDEO)

BERWYN HEIGHTS, Md. — The free mobile app Quist has launched a $15,000 crowdfunding campaign to be able to expand its research, functionality and reach. “To maintain and improve this free resource for the community takes funding” said Sarah Prager, 27, Quist’s founder and director. “We have depended on the community for support so far and […]

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