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Queen of shade 'Auntie Mame' on the big screen in San Diego

Rosalind Russell is Auntie Mame

The queen of all eccentric aunts is making her way back to the big screen in San Diego, and if you’re a fan of classic comedy you won’t want to miss it.

FilmOut is presenting “Auntie Mame” in all its Technicolor glory at the Landmark Cinema’s Hillcrest Theatre on Wednesday, December 14, and it’s going to be a fun night out.

Theater Review: "The Mystery of Love and Sex"

John Wells III as “Jonny” and Rachael VanWormer as “Charlotte."

Lucinda (Marci Anne Wuebben) smokes reefer, Howard (Mike Sears) is a casual racist, sexist and homophobe. A Jewish New Yorker and writer of detective novels, he is smug and self-satisfied, but with a definite soft spot for daughter Charlotte. Mom is a Southern belle and lapsed (nay, converted) Catholic.

Theater Review: "Seven Spots On The Sun."

Four other actors (Markuz Rodriguez, Elizabeth Jimeniz, Danielle Levin and Robert Malave) play multiple roles as “Town.”

Plastic shower curtains cut into long slanted rectangular pieces and hung on an onstage rod may remind you of chimes or even organ pipes, but sexual passion is about the only remotely harmonious aspect of Martín Zimmerman’s “Seven Spots On The Sun.”

San Diego's 'Best' Nutcracker at the Spreckels Theatre

Use special code SDGLN at checkout to save $10 on tickets to "The Nutcracker" at the Spreckels Theatre in San Diego.

The holiday season probably wouldn’t be complete without a performance of “The Nutcracker,” and City Ballet of San Diego has outdone themselves this year with a production voted "San Diego’s Best Nutcracker" by the Tommy Awards.

Theater Review: "Jesus Christ Superstar In Concert"

I’m always happy when “Jesus Christ Superstar” is on the boards again. The 1971 Andrew Lloyd Webber musical is not only my favorite of all his shows, but to me the only really good show he’s ever written.

Now the students at San Diego State University take a crack at the concert version of the 1971 rock opera that tells the story of Jesus’ last week on earth.

You can now download Netflix content: here's how

You won’t be tethered to the couch in order to binge-watch your favorite shows on Netflix anymore.

The streaming service giant announced Thursday that subscribers will be able to download their favorite shows to watch offline with the new "Download and Go" feature. That means when you put your phone in airplane mode you will still be able to enjoy “Stranger Things” or “Flash.”