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Hillcrest retailer has to change its name or face lawsuit

Hilcrest retailer says it has to change its name or face lawsuit from jeans company.

San Diego men’s retailer Mankind may have to change the name of their outlet after jean company “7 for All Mankind” has threatened to sue for trademark infringement.

In a social media post on Monday, Mankind reached out to their followers asking for suggestions on a new name.

Comedian makes violent transphobic remarks on radio show

Comedian Lil Duval makes scary transphobic remarks and causes social media outrage.

Part-time actor and comedian Lil Duval is probably going to have a rough week on social media. He was a guest on New York’s popular radio show “The Breakfast Club” on Friday and said he would kill a trans woman if he slept with her and didn’t know.

Free lipstick from MAC this weekend

Get a free lipstick at MAC ob Saturday.

MAC Cosmetics is celebrating National Lipstick Day on Saturday, July 29, with a free tube at U.S. stores.

Makeup lovers will be able to choose from a limited amount of colors which may differ from store to store.

Michael Saltsman takes over Uptown Tavern

The keys are officially his to Uptown Tavern at midnight on Thursday.

The day has finally here, and a dream has finally come true for Michael Saltsman as he has officially becomes the owner of Uptown Tavern in Hillcrest.

Well, he still has until midnight Thursday, but that is a drop in the bucket compared to the years he has wanted to own his own bar and eatery.

Out & About with Jinx Mirage: Celebrating 15 years of greatness ft. Kristine W

Kristine W headlines the 15th anniversary celebration for SDPIX and Rufskin on Saturday.

How's it going San Diego? It's your Hillcrest socialite, Jinx Mirage with this week's Out & About.

I hope you guys had a sweet Comic-Con weekend and looking forward to having some fun this weekend.

So let's see what I have on my social calendar for the upcoming week:

A night of comedy with a Hollywood star!

Just a drag queen working the door during Pride

She's a superhero in drag and at the door.

She's a San Diego drag queen superhero and a nightclub door girl; a job that requires her to deal with an unpredictable and sometimes rude public, but, “I love my job," she says. 

Theater Review: "Disney’s The Little Mermaid"

Chassey Bennett (Ariel) and David Burnham (Prince Eric).

Some people (and creatures) are never happy. Take Ariel, Disney’s little mermaid, for example. The daughter of King Triton, she is supposed to stick to the watery world like her better-behaved sisters. But no, Ariel keeps running away to the human world (where she thinks she belongs), much to her father’s annoyance.

Watch this Ursula slay Comic-Con and the internet

His Ursula at Comic-Con was cosplay genius.

Los Angeles' Jose Davalos is no stranger to dressing up as Disney villains but at this year's Comic-Con he may have set the cosplay bar so high anyone coming after him is in for a formidable task. 

Theater Review: "At The Old Place"

Marcel Spears, Heidi Armbruster and Brenna Coates in La Jolla Playhouse’s world-premiere production of "At The Old Place."

An aging magnolia tree overlooking the “old place” seems as weary, deserted, and perhaps even haunted as the 40ish woman who exhaustedly drags a suitcase up the walk and disappears inside in Rachel Bonds’ new play “At The Old Place,” in its world premiere through July 30 at La Jolla Playhouse.

The woman is Angie (Heidi Armbruster), who teaches poetry at a small northeastern college.