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Watch Florida drag artist drop from atop bus in her act

Elishaly D’Witshes doesn’t mind taking public transit, in fact, she incorporates in into her drag act.

On June 23, this athletic drag queen was performing at Miami’s Palace Bar, and in the middle of her act climbed aboard a double-decker bus parked just outside the patio and did the splits after hanging from the top.

Christian web evangelist wants cross reaction button on Facebook

The proposed cross added to Facebook's emoji reaction strip.

 The Rainbow flag emoji on Facebook has allowed many people to express their Pride, but one conservative group is asking that the social media giant also include a religious symbol in the form of a cross to the reaction bar.

This married couple could be HGTV's next big DIY stars

Sexy married couple PJ and Thomas McKay are hoping to be the next HGTV reality stars.

There are probably more house flipping and redecorating shows on television than you can count on two hands.

Get ready for one more.

Sexy married couple PJ and Thomas McKay are adding themselves to the DIY reality show mix on a new HGTV show called Down to The Studs.

'Listen' to these talented tykes battle it out to Beyonce

Kids battle it out to Beyonce on Gandang Gabi Vice.

Three kids who appeared on the Filipino talent show Tawag ng Tanghalan Kids have taken the internet by storm as they battle each other in a performance-war, singing Beyonce’s song “Listen” from Dreamgirls.

Magical Harry Potter easter egg for Facebook users

The first Harry Potter novel was released in the UK 20 years ago.

Are you wondering why some of your friends on Facebook are suddenly updating their statuses with Harry Potter references?

The social media giant is celebrating 20 years since the UK release of the first Harry Potter book, “The Philosopher’s Stone” and made a special interactive easter egg to those who wish to reference the epic story.

VIDEO: Ellen shames thieving audience member on her show

This Ellen audience member was put in "Ellen Jail" for taking more that her fair share.

Audience members for The Ellen Show always seem as if they are having a good time, but one lady last week was put in a “time-out” after the host caught her taking more than her share at the free souvenir table.

As Ellen celebrated being on the air for 14 years, she wanted her audience to bask in her success by placing exclusive free merchandise on a table in the lobby.

Theater Review: “King Richard II”

he cast of King Richard II, by William Shakespeare, directed by Erica Schmidt

King Richard II didn’t say that, but his successor Henry IV did. Politics is and ever was a tough business, even back in the 14th century. Perhaps if he’d realized what he was in for, Henry Bolingbroke wouldn’t have plotted to usurp the throne from his cousin Richard II.

'War on the Catwalk' comes to Balboa Theatre

"War on the Catwalk"  is on Friday, August 11 at 8 pm.

RuPaul's Season 9 queens Come To San Diego's Balboa Theatre on August 11th

Emmy-winning reality series RuPaul’s Drag Race is bringing their stars to San Diego in an all-new show.

UK man returns to work in dress after being sent home in shorts

This UK businessman returned to work in a dress after the company said no to shorts.

If you work in a corporate environment during the summer, it can become a bit uncomfortable doing it in a suit all day long. 

At least that was the case for one call center worker in the UK who was sent home for wearing shorts to the office.

Theater Review: “Withering Heights”

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Poor Emily Brontë.

She only wrote one book, and now look what’s happened to it.

Those two crazy guys, Phil Johnson and Omri Schein, have crammed one of the favorite novels of 19th-century English lit – “Wuthering Heights” – into a zany one-act play in which the two of them play all the parts.

Or at least all 14 listed in the program.

Huh? Yes, you read it right.