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'Beauty and the Beast' will have gay love subplot

Josh Gad as LeFou (r) is having feelings for the hyper masculine Gaston in Disney's "Beauty and the Beast."

A lot of people are excited about the new live-action Disney feature film “Beauty and the Beast,” and now the LGBT community has a little something extra to look forward to.

The movie’s director Bill Condon says there will be a LGBT side-plot, a first for the House of Mouse.

Chad Michaels does 'Cher' for Cher on 'The Talk'

Chad Michaels as Cher on "The Talk."

San Diego’s own Chad Michaels  made an appearance on CBS’s “The Talk” this week to honor mega star Cher.

Michaels surprised the music legend who sat on the panel of the daytime talk show to promote her new “Classic Cher” show in Las Vegas.  

Brand new 'Outlaw' and 'Flicker' Thursday night circuit is here

After Outlaw on Thursday head to Flicker at Flicks to continue the party.

Are you ready to energize your Thursday night with a whole new circuit?

Outlaw at Uptown Tavern and Flicker at Flicks are joining forces on Thursdays to bring you a night of non-stop partying that only Hillcrest can provide.

The fun starts at Outlaw at a new time; 8 pm to 11 pm.

Theater Review: "The Illusion"

John Greenleaf & Kandis Chappell in "The Illusion."

Love, death, regret, self-recrimination, scheming and – oh yes – good old sorcery are on display in “The Illusion,” Tony Kushner’s 1994 reworking of Pierre Corneille’s 17th-century “L’Ilusion Comique,” playing through March 19 at North Coast Repertory Theatre. David Ellenstein directs an extremely capable cast.

The big Oscar flub you may have missed

The wrong photo appeared over the In Memoriam montage at the Oscars on Sunday.

Giving the presenters the wrong card for “Best Picture “at the 89th Annual Academy Awards wasn’t the only big flub at the Academy Awards on Sunday night.

Oops! 'Moonlight' wins Best Picture not "La La Land"

"Moonlight film makers take to the stage after a mistake names "La La Land" as Best Picture.

Viewers were as surprised as the clueless tour bus guests being pranked by host Jimmy Kimmel as they walked into the 89th annual Academy Awards show on Sunday.

The final award of the evening, “Best Picture” was presented by Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty. Only the name in the envelope wasn’t really the victor.