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Theater Review: “Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas!”

Edward Watts as The Grinch and Dan DeLuca as Young Max,

He’s baaaaaack. Yep, it’s November, and time for that grumpy, moldy green Grinch to snarl and stomp around, telling us how much he hates not just Christmas but also those Whos down in Whoville who seem to looooooove Christmas.

Theater Review: “Falling”

“Falling” plays through November 25, 2017 at Diversionary Theatre’s Black Box, 4545 Park Blvd., University Heights.

Autism is getting a lot of ink lately (presumably because its rates of occurrence are increasing), but for those whom it does not touch personally, it’s difficult to understand the magnitude of problems it can cause within a family.

People are asking if Blake Shelton is really "The Sexiest Man Alive"

Social media is very confused about People Magazine’s choice of “Sexiest Man Alive” this year. Yes everyone has their own opinion, but it seems there are more readers who think there are "sexier" men out there and apparently People wasn’t looking for them. 

UK poll finds gay men are turned off by feminine men

UK magazine poll finds that a majority of gay men are turned off by feminine men.

We all know the phrase “the heart wants what the heart wants,” and no matter how many times people try telling us differently it always works out that way.

Theater Review: “Something Rotten!”

“Something Rotten!” plays through November 19, 2017 at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa.

“Something Rotten!” isn’t a bit rotten. It’s a big, blowsy, noisy, crazy musical that got 10 Tony nominations on Broadway and now is touring the country. It’s playing through Nov. 19 at Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa.

"Hello Again" not to be missed; a truly modern musical

Musicals like “Hello Again” are far and few between these days. It seems big studios are hard-pressed to re-capture that magical time in cinema when actors sang the storyline. So much so, their only recently successful entry was an homage to that golden era with “LA LA Land.”

But “Hello Again” not only refreshes the lyrical cinematic form, it surpasses it. 

Kim Davis running for re-election

Kim Davis wants to remain Rowan County Clerk and will hit the campaign trail herself.

That defender of opposite-sex marriage, Kim Davis, is going to try and get re-elected to her post as Rowan Kentucky’s County Clerk in 2018.

She has been out of the news lately, but in light of some of the things happening to conservatives in politics lately, this may be one race to sit back and watch.

Funny church signage is a loaded sermon

Accidental marquee message is a mouthful of funny.

There is plenty of salty humor in most of us, but this Baptist Church marquee in Edgewater, Florida may have been a little more savory than intended.

The Bella Villa Baptist Church, like many religious establishments, address the week’s sermon in witty puns that are meant to entice people to fill up their pews, but in this instance, it had people doing a spit-take.