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Theater Review: “Finding Neverland”

The story behind the story of "Peter Pan" comes to life in "Finding Neverland" at San Diego's Civic Theatre.

Peter Pan finally gets to fly in the last scene of “Finding Neverland,” but the rest of the show seems distressingly earthbound.

Ginger Minj hospitalized after collapsing backstage

Ginger Minj still growing strong after health scare.

Buxom Season seven “Drag Race” contestant Ginger Minj was taken to the hospital after collapsing backstage during a “Haters Roast” show last weekend reports NewNowNext.

She has since recovered and says her co-stars quickly went into action after they realized something was wrong.

Theater Review: “Red Velvet”

Albert Jones as Ira Aldridge and Amelia Pedlow as Margaret Aldridge.

When Edmund Kean, the pre-eminent Shakespearean actor of the mid-19th century, took sick during a run of “Othello” in Covent Garden in 1833, New York-born Ira Aldridge took over the role. 

Pepsi pulls disrespectful protest ad

Pepsi tried to evoke a sense of harmony and goodwill by creating an ad that showcased the call for unity in a world divided. Unfortunately, they only reminded folks that cultural appropriation and privilege try effectively sell products on a subliminal level.

Lego 'Drag Race' set snaps closer to reality

Ru Paul's Drag Race could become part of the Lego Universe if enough people vote.

The RuPaul’s Lego Brick Race campaign submitted by one Australian enthusiast is getting closer to becoming a reality.

Mark Fitzpatrick submitted his idea for the drag show Lego set in the toy company's user submitted "Ideas" campaign earlier this year.

Theater Review: “The 39 Steps”

Londoner Richard Hannay, trying to take his mind off his near-suicidal boredom, opts to go to the theater – something “mindless and trivial” – and ends up on the run in “The 39 Steps,” a hilarious nonstop homage to the Hitchcock film of the same name.

Keep It Comin’ Love: KC is still on track

KC and the Sunshine Band are sill shake shake shaking their booties four decades later.

As we Gen X-ers age out of the system for the new generation of gay kids who point the finger at us for screwing up their current experiences and the subsequent alphanumeric generations that will follow, we can at least say that we gave them DJs, raves and circuit parties, something they take for granted every time they pay for another hot pink paper wristband, or swallow another neon colored J