Arts & Culture

Australian 'Bachelor' got a lesbian twist this year

The Bachelor Australia got a huge twist this year when contestants Megan Marx and Tiffany Scanlon met on the show and instead of falling for bachelor Richie Strahan, they fell for each other instead.

West Hollywood's Rhea Litré releases "Lovergirl" cover

Rhea Litré takes on Teena Marie's 1984 hit "Lovergirl."

The era of Ru Paul’s Drag Race may have put performers on the international circuit, making household names of its superstars on a global level, but those who have succeeded in clubs and on stages in the local arena are just as recognizable and energetic.

Out magazine reveals annual 'OUT100' portfolio

Entertainer of the Year - Ellen DeGeneres

NEW YORK, - OUT, the world’s leading gay fashion and lifestyle brand, yesterday revealed its 22nd annual OUT100 portfolio.

The annual list honors the year’s 100 most compelling LGBTQ individuals across entertainment, sports, politics, media and the arts, highlighting their impact and accomplishments. 

Theater Review: “Laughter On The 23rd Floor”

Omri Schein & Amanda Sitton Back - Louis Lotorto & Phil Johnsom

For four years, Sid Caesar’s 90-minute comedy variety show “Your Show of Shows” made TV history by incorporating sitcom elements such as the recurring “Hickenloopers” into the scripts.

But all good things come to an end, and in 1954, with slipping ratings, NBC decided to break up the Sid Caesar/ Imogene Coca team and sign each to their own show.

Theater Review: “Disgraced"

“Disgraced” plays through November 13, 2016 at San Diego Repertory Theatre, 79 Horton Plaza, Downtown.

John Iacovelli’s spiffy apartment design belies the conversational vitriol to come in San Diego Repertory Theatre’s powerful production of Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer Prize-winning “Disgraced,” playing through Nov. 13 on the Lyceum stage.

Theater Review: “Equivocation”

This San Diego premiere plays through Nov. 20 at Lamb’s Players Theatre.

Diana Elledge’s lovely onstage cello playing lends atmosphere to “Equivocation,” Bill Cain’s rollicking, sprawling comedy on the nature of truth, theater and politics.

This San Diego premiere plays through Nov. 20 at Lamb’s Players Theatre.

Pornhub offers to buy 'Vine,' adding six-second loops of adult content

Adult site Pornhub offers to but video app "Vine."

Twitter announced this week that it will be shutting down the popular video site "Vine" for good. However, adults-only site Pornhub would like to save the six-second video service.

San Diego Gay and Lesbian News received an email from adults-only site Pornhub, saying that they have officially offered to buy "Vine," but did not give a specific price.

'Secret' Deodorant debuts groundbreaking transgender ad

The ad comes on the heels of a number of anti-transgender bathroom bills in different states across America.

A new deodorant commercial released this week perfectly captures the anxiety that some transgender people face while having to navigate public restrooms.