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'A Very Sordid Wedding' tunes good laughs with a southern pitch

Bonnie Bedelia and Leslie Jordan in "A Very Sordid Wedding."

Del Shores made gay movie cult history in 2000, with his Texas toast sized slice of life film “Sordid Lives.” And as he continues this tale in “A Very Sordid Wedding,” we get to revisit these characters once again. And 17 years later they are just as kooky as ever.

The beauty of CA captured at Gay Wine Weekend

Enjoy everything California has to offer at Gay Wine Weekend.

One of the best things about living in California is there are so many great places to visit.

And one of those places is the wonderful Napa and Sonoma Valleys famous for their delicious food and award-winning wines.

Theater Review: "Having Our Say"

Thompson, Phillips, director Coleman-Reed and New Village Arts do the piece proud in this humorous and touching revival.

You’ve got to love a couple of centenarians who cite this as the reason for their longevity: “We never married; we never had husbands to worry us to death.” 

Annie Elizabeth Delany and her sister Sarah Louise (aka Bessie and Sadie), were born in the South in the late 1800s.

Latest eliminated on 'Drag Race' talks to SDGLN

The latest to be eliminated from Ru Paul's Drag Race spills the tea on everything from challenges to co-contestants.

We here at San Diego Gay and Lesbian News never want to spoil the latest episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race season 9 for any of our readers (we give you about a week), so If you don’t know who went home last week, don’t read any further.

Adorable gay crush animated short to debut in summer

“In a Heartbeat,” features a young gay boy who tries to keep his heart from exposing his secret crush.

We have all probably been there one time or another in our youth: we have a crush on someone and are nervous that our secret will get out.

And if you are a closeted (or not) gay, lesbian, bi or trans person, that anxiety can be compounded ten-fold.

Theater Review: "The Old Man And The Old Moon"

The cast of PigPen Theatre Co.’s The Old Man and The Old Moon. Directed by Stuart Carden.

I see lots of plays and a fair number of theater events, but theater magic is harder to come by.

I’m not talking about sleight-of-hand; it’s more like sleight-of-brain stuff that PigPen Theatre offers during its run at the Old Globe through June 18.

Celine captivates audience with 'Titanic' title song at Billboard Awards

Celine Dion sings "My Heart Will Go On" for "Titanic's" 20-year anniversary.

Twenty years after the mega-blockbuster 1997 "Titanic" brought ticket buyers back to the cinema, Celine Dion took to the stage at the Billboard Awards on Sunday, to sing "My Heart Will Go On," the love ballad from the movie. 

As the signature flute begins those familiar opening cords, Celine appears beneath a huge jellyfish shaped crystal chandelier. 

Theater Review: "Archduke”

L-R: Stephen Stocking and Todd Weeks in the world premiere of Rajiv Joseph’s “Archduke.”

Cold-blooded murder isn’t funny. Neither is political assassination. But playwright Rajiv Joseph – who starred a talking tiger in his most famous work, Pulitzer Prize finalist “Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo” – is known for his offbeat approach to serious topics. His latest play, “Archduke,” offers a sort of farcical satire on political assassination.