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Ellen coming to San Diego for 3 nights on limited tour

Ellen DeGeneres is returning to stand-up comedy for a limited series this August and she’s not passing up America’s Finest City.

This will be Ellen’s first tour in 15 years and along with San Diego, she will travel to both San Francisco and Seattle. This mini-event will span over eight nights.

Model in 'Call Me Maybe' vid was uncomfortable playing a gay man

"Call Me Maybe" was a 2012 viral tune that infected the entire country with a feel-good earworm, it put singer Carly Rae Jepsen on the map. It also made a star out of the sinewy male lead Holden Nowell in the accompanying video, but he says he wasn’t comfortable with that. And still isn't.

YouTube Pride ad receives dislikes and lots of hate

YouTube is celebrating Pride month by encouraging people to use digital media as a tool to express themselves. Titled “#PridetoCreate: Pride 2018,” a video released on Thursday showcases many in the LGBT spectrum who use the platform to make statements about who they are, which hopefully inspires others to do the same.

Tab Hunter & Anthony Perkins' relationship to be subject of new movie

Tab Hunter's affair with Anthony Perkins is explored in upcoming movie.

The 20th anniversary of FilmOut’s San Diego LGBT Film Festival is currently underway, their winner of 2015’s Best Documentary, Tab Hunter Confidential is one of the inspirations for a new biopic chronicling Hunter’s affair with actor Anthony Perkins.

Theater Review: “The Father”

“The Father” plays through June 24, 2018 at North Coast Repertory Theatre, 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive in Solana Beach.

Remember Shakespeare’s Seven Ages of Man (from “As You Like It”)? These days we’d probably use a medical term for the last stage of number seven: dementia, or its colleague Alzheimer’s.

'Alex Strangelove' is a gay teen sex comedy with lots of heart

Daniel Doheny plays the titular character in this gay comedy from Netflix.

I was pleasantly surprised with the movie Love, Simon which came out a few months ago. It’s for a new generation, a younger one who missed the John Hughes teen movement, one that didn’t pander to young Gen-Xers, but made their off-beat struggles an intrinsic part of the narrative.