Arts & Culture

Theater Review: “Constellations"

Christian Coulson as Roland in "Constellations."

If someone told me I could live forever if I could lick my own elbow, the absurdity of the assertion would strike me less than the sheer undesirability of the notion of immortality.

Theater Review: "Way Downriver"

Richard Baird and Benjamin Cole in "Way Downriver."

“Way Downriver,” Edward Morgan’s adaptation of William Faulkner’s novella “Old Man,” is not set in Faulkner’s usual fictional stomping grounds of Yoknapatawpha County, Miss., but mostly on the mighty Mississippi River, which in 1927 flooded 170 counties in seven states. That event still holds the record as the most destructive flood in U.S. history.

San Diego Pride 2016 headliner Kesha releases ‘True Colors’ remix

Kesha releases "True Colors," a very personal song for her.

It was announced last week that Kesha will come to San Diego Pride 2016. This exciting news is accompanied by her newest single “True Colors,” a re-working of Zedd's 2015 song. Kesha says this is, “more than a song, it’s a declaration of my truth.”

It's here: 'The Absolutely Fabulous' movie trailer

Eddy and Patsy are back, this time on a drunken road trip in "Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie."

The cameo-studded movie trailer for the long-awaited Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie has finally hit the internet and it looks as though the duo hasn't settled down in four years. 

This time the ladies are in the south of France, and according to the trailer, they may have killed Kate Moss. 

Derrick Barry moves on from Vegas, Britney Spears, and Drag Race

Derrick Barry makes it to the top five of Drag Race, and sashays to new-found success without Britney

Ru Paul’s Drag Race has created many stars. But this year one contestant stood out for having his own successful Vegas show, he unfortunately went home this week, but that’s only the beginning.

Drag Race has opened up endless opportunities for its contestants and made them feel their talent is not limited to local nightclubs or themed special events.

Theater Review: 'Office Hour'

The production benefits from fine production works by Elizabeth Harper, Peter Bayne, and Alex Jaeger.

“Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach.”

Remember when teaching was considered a safe, secure job mocked by engineering majors and wannabe entrepreneurs with the above slogan?

Mormon gay adult site not welcome at Utah Pride

Adult site which fetishsizes Mormon men not allowed at Utah pride.

LeGrand Wolf is not going to be allowed to promote his new gay adult website “Mormon Boyz” at this year’s Utah Pride Festival.

According to Queerty, Wolf applied and then was accepted as a vendor at this year’s event, but just five days after confirmation was told his brand wasn’t welcome, and that organizers weren’t comfortable having it represented at their festival.