Tim Manley: An openly bisexual man, writer, storyteller and educator wanting to tell his story

  In 1940, a teenage boy made what is arguably the most significant archeological discovery of the twentieth century: The Chauvet (Sho-vee) Cave. In it, artwork from Upper Paleolithic life can be gleaned from the show of horses, bison, hyenas, tigers and a range of other species, both predator and prey. Hands were sketched on […]

San Diego’s regional theater scene offers a treasure trove of talent and entertainment

The San Diego theater scene is one of the best in America. With heavy hitters like The Old Globe and La Jolla Playhouse racking up Tony Awards, our city has definitely found its place on the theater map, so to speak, giving San Diego a lot of attention. Aside from the aforementioned theaters, there are […]

International sensation, ‘The Book of Mormon’ returns to San Diego

At this point it’s probably pretty safe to say that the musical The Book of Mormon, written by Trey Parker and Matt Stone is a piece of musical theater that is globally recognized. The creators of South Park, yet another phenomenon for the writing duo, pushed the limits beyond that of the small screen by […]

Freedom to Marry board chair, Cal Western Law vice dean retires

Thom Senzee, author of this article, is a West Coast-based freelance journalist, and a regular contributor to San Diego LGBT Weekly. San Diego’s loss of Barbara Cox is Wisconsin’s gain Barbara Cox has seen the future. And while the mid-term outlook for marriage equality, one of the most consequential achievements of her professional lifetime, may […]

Anticipating En Vogue’s high-energy, high-fashion, high-class act

Thom Senzee, author of this article, is a West Coast-based freelance journalist, and a regular contributor to San Diego LGBT Weekly. At a notably young 53, Terry Ellis, founding member of En Vogue, is perhaps more energized for hers and her bandmates’ upcoming appearance in the headliner slot at 2017’s San Diego LGBT Pride Music […]

The force that is Cazwell

Cazwell is an American born rap artist who hails from the small town of Worcester, Mass. It’s a city in Massachusetts that is best known for being the “Heart of the Commonwealth”. It’s also known for being the city where the first Valentine was mass-produced and where the first ballpoint pen and first typewriter were […]

‘Spitfire Grill’ serves up a tasty down home dish

There are some musicals that no matter how many times you endure them, no matter how many friends tell you how good they are they just don’t do it for you. The musical version of the film The Spitfire Grill can fall into this category. The 1996 film bombed. The musical of the same name, […]

Meet Sampson McCormick

Award-winning LGBT stand-up comedian, writer and activist Sampson McCormick, black and gay and watching his stock rise, this young man is among a new generation of LGBT activists helping to reshape the comedy landscape. When it comes to inclusion, history will not look kindly on many black comedians. Taking their hyperbolic machismo ethos on stage, […]

Syfy’s ‘Wynonna Earp’ continues to blaze new trails as it heads into its second season

The ‘Golden Age of Television’ is over and has been for some time. That’s not to suggest that quality content is no longer available, quite the opposite. Between the major networks, cable outlets, outliers like Netflix and Hulu and, with increasing visibility, programming from the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and New Zealand, television is seeming […]

‘The Bodyguard, The Musical’

Based on the smash hit film, the award-winning musical lands in San Diego June 13 The Bodyguard the musical will be arriving here in San Diego June 13-18 at the Civic Theatre downtown. The musical, based on the film of the same name, got its start in 2012 and went through many starts, stops and […]

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