Meet A.J. Holmes, aka Elder Cunningham in ‘The Book of Mormon’

At this point many Americans know about the mega musical hit The Book of Mormon. If you don’t you most definitely have heard of South Park and its creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Mormon took Broadway by storm when it opened there in March 2011 and to date the show is still running on […]

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 […]


LGBT Weekly previews a selection of shows from San Diego’s vibrant new theater season San Diego can boast about its theater scene like no other city in America. Sure Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver and Chicago have vibrant exciting theater offerings, but none of them can compete with how many world, U.S. and West Coast premieres […]

Looking for love in 2016?

Tricks, tips and insights into online dating safety from America’s leading dating coach Bela Gandhi When Michael Wright’s decomposing body was found in his Lexus SUV underneath bags of two-day old trash, wounds to the basketball player’s head allowed police to rule out suicide. That they were able to recover his phone, which was open […]

‘Twas the night before Christmas … for that last minute gift

Need that last minute gift or a final stocking stuffer. Well, nothing like a CD or two to do the trick! Michael Siler and Paul Alley pick out four CDs that would more than easily qualify. And if you have done all your Christmas shopping you might just want to treat yourself to these delightful […]

The 2015 Ultimate Guide to Gay Gift Giving

What do you get the gay who has everything? Take your pick from these holiday gift ideas, perfect for LGBT foodies, techies, adventurers and more. EROVER Great Scott! It’s not the Hoverboard Zemeckis and Mattel promised us back in 1989, but EROVER isn’t a bad compromise. This hands-free, Segway-like self-balancing scooter boasts speeds up to […]

Civic Theatre enchants with Disney’s ‘Beast’

What can be said about Walt Disney’s Beauty and the Beast that is now on the road with a scheduled San Diego engagement that you may not know already? Did you know it’s the fifth top grossing animated film in Disney history and it’s the seventh top grossing Broadway musical? It was also nominated for […]

Patricia Velasquez

LGBT Weekly talks to the world’s first openly lesbian supermodel and star of the Caribbean-set lesbian Spanish language movie Liz in September Ask a gay man over a certain age about the play or movie Boys in The Band and you’re likely to illicit a reaction. Maybe it’s ‘groundbreaking’ or ‘game-changing’ or even ‘sad.’ But […]

Haunted San Diego

San Diego has two of the most haunted destinations in all of America. The Kate Morgan room at the Hotel Del Coronado and the Whaley House in Old Town. Before you read on, I want all of my readers to know that everything in the following story is true. It is based on historical documents, […]

‘Healing Wars’

A remarkable multisensory experience that blends dance, storytelling and multimedia Healing Wars, a new performance piece being offered at the La Jolla Playhouse, through their Without Walls program is a powerful show the combines dance, music, acting and multimedia, and unfolds through the specter of past and present wars. Creator Liz Lerman has been inspired […]

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