San Diego Latino Film Festival announces 11th Cine Gay Showcase selections


SAN DIEGO – The San Diego Latino Film Festival (SDLFF), presented by Fashion Valley, has announced the selections for the 11th Cine Gay Showcase during its 23rd edition, set to take place March 10-20 at AMC Fashion Valley 18. “LGBTQ cinema is transcendent by nature, oftentimes forcing spectators to look beyond their own experiences and […]

How to stay calm when you know you’ll be stressed (Infographic)


We are all guilty of succumbing stress. Whether it’s work, home or life it’s effects can be debilitating, but there are ways to keep stress at bay. Here are seven techniques to implement when you find yourself in a stressful situation. Infographic credit PoundPlace

Pete Nowalk to receive prestigious LGBTQ Community Award at Point Foundation New York Gala

Pete Norwalk

LOS ANGELES — Point Foundation (Point) will honor producer, showrunner, and writer Pete Nowalk with the Point Leadership Award at the organization’s annual Point Honors gala in New York City, April 11. Point presents its Leadership Award to an individual who has achieved prominence in their professional career and unequivocally supports the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender […]

Out Leadership announces OutWOMEN initiative for senior LGBT women in business

Beth Brooke-Marciniak and Martine Rothblatt

NEW YORK — Out Leadership, a global business advisory organization, today announced the launch of OutWOMEN, an initiative that champions the success of senior LGBT women in business. Beth Brooke-Marciniak, global vice chair of public policy, EY and a member of Out Leadership’s Global Advisory Board, and Martine Rothblatt, CEO of United Therapeutics, will co-chair the […]

Coen brothers recreate some unwelcome period detail


While I am a huge fan of the Coen brothers, I must acknowledge that they make some odd decisions that produce some ambiguous if not totally perplexing moments: The off-screen death of a major character in No Country for Old Men, the tornado that ends A Serious Man, the lack of any plot in Inside […]

Valentines among the vines


Wine country is closer than you think! “Happy Valentine’s Day. You’re being kidnapped,” I said. “Where are you taking me?” he asked. “Lestat” looked good in tight jeans, flannel shirt and down vest. Beard trimmed short, neat. Cap cocked, all attitude. “Just get in the car,” I insisted, and he did. I had a surprise […]

Meet Jackson Evans: Host of The Realish Housewives of San Diego


The Realish Housewives of San Diego is a parody of the many versions of The Real Housewives that has inundated Bravo TV since 2005. The show is the brainchild of two Chicago Second City alums Kate James and Tim Sniffen. The San Diego version of the show is at the Balboa Theatre this week for […]

A cozy neighborhood bistro


“Casual contemporary,” he said. I had asked “Pierce” to describe the ambience of Café Bleu; the red walls, white stamped tin ceiling, blue-lit bar, the mix of dark wood tables and overstuffed sofas. A cozy neighborhood bistro in the heart of Mission Hills perfect for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner. “A little bohemian?” I suggested. […]

The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story


dvr this FX, Tuesdays, 10 p.m. Ryan Murphy’s second anthology series, after American Horry Story, is focused on one major crime story a year, and he has started with OJ Simpson being accused and tried for the murder of his ex-wife and her friend. Without even watching the non-stop coverage of the events when they […]

Bridge of Spies


dvd of the week Steven Spielberg’s by-the-numbers spy suspense film stars Tom Hanks as James Donovan, a respected lawyer who is assigned to defend a Soviet spy in the late 1950s. Despite occasionally violent opposition to his treating Rudolf Abel (Mark Rylance) as deserving of due process and legal assistance, Donovan soldiers forth, the pinnacle […]

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