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Cute Lego-inspired video of birth announcement from two dads

Two dads create a Lego fairy tale to announce their having twins.

Last year Spencer Parker and Sean Gannon were married and made an entertaining video of their first dance.

This year, the couple is celebrating yet again, but this time they are using Legos to make the announcement.

This news is that they are expecting, but instead of just posting it on social media, they created a fairy tale out of Legos.

Aaron Carter drops new single "Don't Say Goodbye"

Aaron Carter drops new single from his forthcoming LP.

San Diego favorite Aaron Carter has been hard at work over the past few years putting together a new full-length album titled LøVë which is scheduled for release in February 2018.

A few songs from that project have already been released including “Sooner or Later” almost a year ago.

Time's "Person of the Year" is actually more than one

Time's Person of the Year are the "Silence Breakers."

Every year Time Magazine chooses its Person of the Year, but this year it is more that one.

The cultural reckoning in 2018 against high profile people in society by mostly women shed light on sexual misconduct in the workplace and also re-ignited a #MetToo social media campaign.

Theater Review: “Tarrytown”

Backyard Renaissance Theatre’s “Tarrytown” runs through December 17, 2017, at Diversionary Theatre’s Black Box, 4545 Park Blvd., University Heights

Washington Irving’s well-known Halloween story “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” gets a fetching musical update – and amusing twists – in Backyard Renaissance Theatre’s world premiere of Adam Wechter’s “Tarrytown,” playing through Dec. 17 in Diversionary’s Black Box Theatre.

Theater Review: “The Secret Garden”

“The Secret Garden” plays through December 24, 2017 at New Village Arts,

Photo credit for all photos is Daren Scott, with the exception of the first two photos (with the characters in all brown), and that photo credit is Shaun Hagen

Gay, Latino 'Avenger' to get story arc in 2018

Marvel Comics announced they will be giving new life to an Avengers team member who also happens to be gay and Latino.

His birth name is Miguel Santos, but his alter ego is Living Lightning. His arc will appear in the “No Surrender” series which will hit newsstands in 2018.