Entertainment

Theater Review: "Shadowlands"

Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30 pm; Friday at 8 pm; Wednesday at 2 and 7:30 pm;  Saturday at 4 and 8 pm; Sunday at 2 pm

Writer and theologian C. S. Lewis was a crusty old bachelor living in Oxford with older brother Warnie when he accepted the suggestion of tea from Joy Davidman – one of his American admirers, who wrote and said she was coming to Oxford, and could they meet?

Here's what to expect at Leather Fetish Ball in San Diego on March 17

Some people are a little intimidated when they see the word “fetish” or “leather” in a party title, but Leather Fetish Ball in San Diego producer Robert Rodriguez says, there’s no need to be: everyone, no matter how you identify, has a certain kink in their intimacies and it should be celebrated. 

Voting can bring San Diego Zoo up to number one

Currently San Diego Zoo sits at #5 in USA Today's tourism list.

San Diego is known for many things: its bustling LGBT community, its beautiful beaches and of course The San Diego Zoo.

America’s Finest City also has one of the world’s best animal conservations. In fact, San Diego Zoo's animal exhibits have won many awards and it gets high praise for its efforts on animal protection.

These mom jeans are making the internet go crazy

A few years ago it was whether or not the dress was blue or gold that had the internet collectively scratching their heads at the world of fashion.

This year it is apparently going to be the mom jean. Not just any mom jeans, these denim acid wash throwbacks have something extra; invisible knee panels.

Theater Review: "Kinky Boots"

"Kinky Boots" plays Friday at 8 p.m.; Saturday at 2 and 8 pm; Sunday at 1 and 6 pm at the Civic Theatre.

Better hurry. Lola is back in those crotch-high red boots, but only through Sunday at San Diego Civic Theatre.

The smash Broadway musical that shows how seven-inch stilettos can save a faltering British show factory is a visual banquet of outrageous shoes (okay, boots) and the confidence (not to mention balance) it takes to wear them.

Marston Point in Balboa Park, a part of San Diego's gay history

Marston Point is an important part of San Diego's LGBT history.

Marston Point in Balboa Park has a long and sordid LGBT history. It was there that many men sought the comfort of others in illegal sexual activities long before the age of Grindr, and Scruff.

The area, mostly cruised by men was a place to quench the carnal appetite during the 50’s and 60’s, a time when such desires may have landed you in jail, or worse.