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REVIEW: Streisand on Netflix is a masterfully bound modern songbook

Streisand commands the stage once again in “Barbra: The Music...The Mem’ries...The Magic!”

The only set piece other than the massive orchestra on stage for “Barbra: The Music...The Mem’ries...The Magic!” now showing on Netflix is a stool, a porcelain teapot, matching cup and a small vase filled with some unremarkable roses.  

Grindr now has trans and non-binary dating options

Dating app Grindr adds more customization profile options for its users.

Grindr has made more profile options available to their dating app this week.

The mobile meet-up service has traditionally been for gay or bi men seeking men, but the company now makes “woman,” “trans woman,” “non-binary,” “non-conforming,” and “queer” as options of interest.

New song from 'Frozen' universe by Idina Menzel released

“Olaf’s Frozen Adventure" contains a new song from Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Josh Gad and Jonathan Groff.

Although we have to wait two whole years before the next chapter in Disney’s Frozen universe. you can still keep up with sidekick snowman Olaf in the new featurette Olaf’s Frozen Adventure.

The 21-minute short appears before the Pixar’s Coco which opens tomorrow across the U.S. 

Danica Roem is Demi Lovato's red carpet date at AMAs

Demi Lovato brings trans lawmaker Danica Roem to the AMAs.

Demi Lovato brought a very special date with her to the American Music Award's red carpet last night. Her choice was the recently elected Virginia transgender lawmaker Danica Roem (D).

Roem beat out conservative and transphobe incumbent Bob Marshall (R) earlier this month,

Jeffrey Tambor quits 'Transparent'

As Hollywood continues to be rocked by sexual harassment allegations, star Jeffrey Tambor has decided to quit the Amazon series “Transparent.”

This news comes after a former assistant and a co-star accused Tambor of misconduct. The 73-year-old says making the series was one the best experiences of his career.

Theater Review: “The Season of Love”

 Julie Clemmons (Eloise), Paul Morgavo (Alfred).

Life among the human species is all about connection – personal, with your true self; emotional with an “other;” or social, with one or more groups.

Local playwright James Caputo has knit together four of his short plays about the second kind of connection in his “The Season of Love,” in its world premiere through Dec. 10 at Scripps Ranch Theatre. John Tessmer directs.

Theater Review: “Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas!”

Edward Watts as The Grinch and Dan DeLuca as Young Max,

He’s baaaaaack. Yep, it’s November, and time for that grumpy, moldy green Grinch to snarl and stomp around, telling us how much he hates not just Christmas but also those Whos down in Whoville who seem to looooooove Christmas.

Theater Review: “Falling”

“Falling” plays through November 25, 2017 at Diversionary Theatre’s Black Box, 4545 Park Blvd., University Heights.

Autism is getting a lot of ink lately (presumably because its rates of occurrence are increasing), but for those whom it does not touch personally, it’s difficult to understand the magnitude of problems it can cause within a family.

Out & About with Jinx Mirage: Party with Overdrive, The Eagle and Flicks

Jinx Mirage has everything there is to do in "Out & About."

San Diego Gay and Lesbian News' social columnist Jinx Mirage takes you through all the fun and excitement happening around the neighborhood every week, and this one is no exception, "We have a music night for millennials, all things Eagle and an event for the more artistic side of you," he says.