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Troye Sivan coming to San Diego for "The Bloom Tour"

Troye Sivan will be in San Diego for "The Bloom Tour" with special guests Kim Petras and Carlie Hanson at the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU on Thursday, October 25.

Prepare to get Wild, Troye Sivan is getting ready to “Bloom” for America’s Finest City on Thursday, October 25.

The 20-year-old openly gay provocative pop star and Australian native is touring the world to promote his new album “Bloom” and he doesn’t want San Diego to miss out. He will be joined by special guests Kim Petras and Carlie Hanson.

'Say Yes' director Stewart Wade talks about his newest film

Stewart Wade is excited and nervous for audiences to see his new film, Say Yes, which will have its world premiere at this year’s FilmOut San Diego Film Festival.

This is not the first time his films have played the festival, but it is the first time he’s bringing a serious drama to their screens.

'Ideal Home' has a great big heart beneath its many laughs

San Diego audiences will get a chance to see "Ideal Home" at FilmOut's San Diego LGBT Film Festival on Friday, June 7 at 7 pm.  

Paul Rudd and Steve Coogan pair up as unexpected daddies in Andrew Fleming’s hilarious “Ideal Home.” The two have perfect chemistry as aging and privileged gay men who get a wrench thrown into their celebrity lifestyle when Coogan’s 10-year-old grandson moves into their New Mexico home.

Monét X Change roasts Azealia Banks in twitter dispute

Monét X Change get her two cents in over Azealia/Mama Ru dispute.

The shade continues three-fold as Monet X Change gets her purse first into the Azealia Banks and RuPaul dispute over copyrighted music.

For those of you who don’t know, Mama Ru’s song ”Call Me Mother” from the album American came under fire when Banks accused the Emmy winner of appropriating her vibe. The song in question, Banks’ “The Big Big Beat.”

REVIEW: 'Anything' is everything but

Timothy McNeil’s “Anything” has caused quite a stir in some LGBT circles, especially some in the trans community who resent the fact a cis-male is playing the trans lead.

Dolly Parton gets her own show on Netflix

Dolly Parton strikes deal with Netflix for her own show.

The success of Netflix’s program department may be a harbinger of Dolly Parton’s new anthology series coming to the streaming service.

REVIEW: 'San Diego's Gay Bar History' is an important, eye-opening LGBT documentary

“San Diego's Gay Bar History” will make its world premiere at FilmOut's San Diego LGBT Film Festival on Sunday, June 10, 2018.

The history of San Diego’s LGBT community is explored in Paul Detwiler’s “San Diego's Gay Bar History.”

From The Sky Room at the top of The Cortez Hotel to the closing of Numbers to the renovations at The Brass Rail (now The Rail), this documentary covers over 60-years of San Diego’s LGBT night life.

Picture imperfect: Kathy Griffin is back in frame, and ahead of her game

Kathy Griffin the "Laugh Your Head Off World Tour" will be on Saturday, July 28, 2018, at the San Diego Civic Theatre.

 Kathy Griffin has made a career out of making fun of celebrities. Whether these celebrities live in Malibu or the White House is completely up to her pen. But last year a lot of people thought she went too far after she held up a severed and bloody Trump head and broke the internet. The web may still be recovering, and so is she.