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Urban MO's most visited restaurant in San Diego per Lyft

Lyft reveals its top visited sites in San Diego.

Lyft revealed its top destinations in San Diego for 2017 and the restaurant most visited is smack dab in the heart of Hillcrest: Urban MO’s Bar and Grill.

In what are called the Lyfties, the ridesharing service calculates the most-visited sites in top cities and publishes those results at the end of the year.

Theater Review: “Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin”

“Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin” runs through January 7, 2018 at San Diego Repertory’s Lyceum Theatre, 79 Horton Plaza, Downtown.

His songs form a great part of the “Great American Songbook.” Lacking music training, he said he could only play in F-sharp, on the black keys – because “they stick out, so it’s easier.” George Gershwin called him “the greatest songwriter who ever lived.” 

Jerome Kern may have said it best: “Irving Berlin has no place in American music – he is American music.”

Theater Review: “Motown: The Musical”

Friday at 8 p.m.; Saturday at 2 pm and 8 pm; Sunday at 1 and 6:30 pm.

Detroit and the Motown pop sound it spawned take center stage in “Motown: The Musical,” playing a return engagement through Sunday at San Diego Civic Theatre.

Sasha Velour illustrated the 'Google Doodle' today

Ru Paul’s Drag Race season 9 winner Sasha Velour and Marlene Dietrich are helping you search the internet today.  

The Google Doodle on the website is a popular internet space wherein they allow artists to create themes that reflect a special day or event.

Boy love revealed in Thai lip balm ad

Secrets revealed in this ad paying homage to the "boy love" Asian serials.

The drama of this Thai television commercial mimics the popular shows and manga graphic novels of the region.  

According to LGBTQ Nation, the ad for this scented lip balm plays homage to the “boy love” melodramas produced in Asian countries.

2017 San Diego Film Critics Society Award winners

Chris Washington and Allison Williams in "Get Out."

The San Diego Film Critics Society had a mixed-bag of genres to chose from this year in their determination for the year's best in cinema. From comedy to drama, and yes even horror, the critics have made their choices and the only thing to do now is wait to see if The Academy of Arts and Sciences agrees with them. 

Here is the complete list of winners: 

Alec Mapa: The sugar in this daddy ain't always sweet

"Holiday in Alec Mapa" live at Martinis Above Fourth on Thursday, December 28, at 8 pm. 

Alec Mapa isn’t afraid to talk about anything, and the LGBT community should appreciate that a little more, especially if they are parents because that’s just another thing he’s honest and funny about.