Asia Kate Dillon

Meet one of the first non-binary gender identifying actors to be cast on mainstream TV Billions, a Showtime original program is based loosely on the prosecution of Steve Cohen – played here as Bobby “Axe” Axelrod (Showtime’s Damian Lewis from Homeland) – by zealous financial crimes prosecutor Preet Bhahara – Paul Giamatti as Chuck Rhoades, […]

Gay(ish) Valentine’s Day gift ideas for your special someone

There’s a growing sect of society raining on everybody’s Valentine’s Day parade by crying foul on consumerism. It’s a Hallmark holiday, they shout. The candy companies just want your money, they howl. You know what we say? So what. Embrace it. Candy is frickin’ delicious, and who doesn’t like a thoughtful card every now and […]

Roald Dahl’s ‘Matilda the Musical’

TIME Magazine’s No. 1 Show of the Year is coming to San Diego’s Civic Theatre There have been many children’s books that have been made into movies and Broadway musicals. Most notably, J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden, Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women and Charles Dickens’ Oliver. Joining the ranks of […]

Benjamin O’Keefe: The young social activist is making his mark

Social activist, writer, public speaker and a host of other possible epithets barely begin to do justice to Benjamin O’Keefe. At 22, this Orlando native is making his ascent at a clip few others will experience in their lifetimes. O’Keefe has already become the youngest senior producer in the history of and the social […]

Rent 20th Anniversary Tour

The Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning musical is coming to San Diego In 1993 the musical RENT premiered Off Broadway. The show was written by the late Jonathan Larson and is about a group of young struggling artists living in the East Village neighborhood of Alphabet City during the height of the AIDS crisis. […]

Thank You, President Obama

  Obama’s Legacy: Changing LGBT Lives Worldwide As the Barack Obama administration comes to an end, the LGBT community owes our president a huge debt of gratitude. I was the National Co-Chair of the Obama LGBT Leadership Council for the 2008 campaign. Many in the LGBT political glitterati were shocked I was not supporting Sen. […]

BACKLASH: 2016 Year in Review

2016 has been a year of progress for the LGBT community, but unfortunately the entire year is best characterized as the year of backlash. Whether it is the election of the Trump/Pence ticket, that attack on the trans community with respect to bathroom access or the deadly massacre at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, 2016 […]


A gay old time in sultry San Juan: Part Two Our entourage of dynamic correspondents disembarked at La Concha, an au courant Renaissance seaside resort. Mellow club music thumped in the background. Long low sofas lounged in the airy modern lobby. Think hip and chic. The itinerary for the day included lazing by the adults […]


A gay old time in sultry San Juan: Part One The Puerto Rico press trip had gone splendidly well. Four nights and three days filled with world class hotels, gourmet dinners, sun-drenched beaches and warm tropical waters. Narrow cobblestone streets, luxurious spa treatments and raucous nightclubs. But all good things must come to an end. […]

What to know when buying jewelry this season

Everyone thinks bigger is better when it comes to the holidays. But, the gift of jewelry is one that can be so small in size yet mean so much. And now that the holidays are here, there’s no better time to give the gift of jewelry. From bracelets to earrings, diamonds, watches and more, the […]

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