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“TopBrazil" may be the sexiest gay music video ever made

Video for “TopBrazil" is one of the sexiest ever made.

Musical group Fischerspooner may have created one of the sexiest gay music videos of all time with “TopBrazil,” a song from their forthcoming album Sir.

The song is a throwback to 80’s and 90’s synth pop, filled with heavy electro beats, and manufactured rhythms.

Theater Review: “As Bees in Honey Drown”

“As Bees in Honey Drown” plays through February 10, 2018, at OnStage Playhouse, 291 Third Avenue (near F Street), Chula Vista.

If you’re the type who believes the only thing that matters is “the hum, the buzz, the hype, the flash, the flame,” then you probably deserve to get taken by quintessential (but charming) grifter Alexa Vere de Vere.

Theater Review: “I Am My Own Wife"

“I Am My Own Wife” plays through January 28, 2018, at Laguna Playhouse, 606 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach.

“She doesn’t run a museum. She is one. And I’m curating her,” says playwright Doug Wright in describing the subject of his one-man show “I Am My Own Wife.”

Theater Review: “Around the World in 80 Days”

“Around the World in 80 Days” plays through February 4, 2018, at North Coast Repertory Theatre, 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach.

Who doesn’t love Jules Verne’s crazy story about Phileas Fogg, who one night while playing whist with his buddies at the club asserts that progress has been such that man can now go around the world by steamer and rail in 80 days? 

When scoffing ensues (this is 1872), Fogg bets 20,000 pounds (about $39,000 in today’s currency) that he can do it.

New "Queer Eye" reboot trailer is here

The Fab 5 in Netflix's reboot of "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" get ready to help the culturally unconscious starting Feb. 7.

The trailer for the reboot of style makeover show, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy is finally here.

It’s been 15 years since the first Queer Eye premiered on Bravo. Until that time the word “queer” was being reclaimed and only used by gay people in social circles and pride events.

Jinx Mirage Out & About: New resident DJ at Overdrive, a classic car show and a fun hockey game

 Here is everything there is to do in the community this weekend!

This week Jinx Mirage has all of the details on what's going on in the neighborhood, and it looks like it's going to be another big week with plenty to do.  

"What’s up Hillcrest it’s Jinx Mirage and bringing you all that’s fun and fabulous in Hillcrest to a mobile device near you," says Jinx. "So grab a coffee, tea or mimosas and let’s get this week kicked off!"

Theater Review: “The Color of Light”

“The Color of Light” plays through February 3, 2018, at the Tenth Avenue Art Center, 930 Tenth Avenue, downtown.

Master colorist Henri Matisse is probably best known as a painter and prime mover of the Fauvists (“wild beasts”), the early 20th-century art movement that produced wildly colorful canvasses.

But he also branched out into printmaking and sculpture. And late in life, when illness kept him from standing to paint, he took up the colorful paper cut-outs for which he is also renowned.

DJ Dirty Kurty takes over residency at 'Overdrive'

DJ Dirty Kurty takes over residency at Overdrive.

Don’t let Overdrive CEO, creator, owner and producer Kaleb Nicola hear you call it a “circuit” party, that won’t do. It’s much more than that and with DJ Dirty Kurty coming on board as the new resident DJ, it’s about to become even more special.

Five women accuse James Franco of on-set 'sexually exploitative' behavior

Some question why James Franco wore a "Time's Up" pin to awards ceremony.

Star of movies I am Michael and The Disaster Artist James Franco doesn’t seem to be in the press talking about his Golden Globe win Sunday for the latter film. 

Instead, he has been addressing assertions by five women who are accusing the 39-year-old actor of “sexually exploitive” behavior.

Inspiring real-life gay teacher changed to straight for NBC series

Josh Radnor plays a straight character inspired by a gay on in NBC series "Rise."

NBC’s new television series “Rise” was inspired by an out gay man, but the network has re-written him to be straight.

Writer Jason Katims is best known for creating “Friday Night Lights,” and wrote “Rise” based in part on Michael Sokolove’s book, “Drama High: The Incredible True Story of a Brilliant Teacher, a Struggling Town, and the Magic of Theater.”