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Stunning key art released for the upcoming season of "Pose"

There are those who look forward to Game of Thrones every week and then there are those who are equally excited about Pose, the groundbreaking FX drama which centers on New York’s early underground ball culture. 

Theater Review: “Sweat”

“Sweat” plays through May 12, 2019, at San Diego Rep's Lyceum Stage, 79 Horton Plaza, downtown.

Life in blue-collar America is increasingly difficult, as the U.S. continues its march to a post-industrial society while trying not to leave factory workers behind. 

Playwright Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning “Sweat” takes us to Reading, Penn., where we will meet a group of friends, some of whom who have worked in a mill an average of 20 years each.

Move Review: “If The Dancer Dances"

Dance and I are only passing acquaintances, but I have boundless respect for those who immerse their lives in it and share it with audiences that include people like me.

Theater Review: “James and the Giant Peach”

A musical about a giant peach you can nibble (and live on) while floating to France, along with five colorful, funny, singing, philosophizing insects? What’s not to like?

Theater Review: “All in the Timing”

“All in the Timing” plays through May 5, 2019 at North Coast Repertory Theatre, 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive in Solana Beach.

Playwright David Ives is fascinated by words, and in “All in the Timing” he gives us six short plays demonstrating how they can be used, abused and misused. The intent here is strictly amusement.

Dishes at the Crest Café are always Instagram-ready

Great food caught on camera.

No doubt you have a friend on social media who loves to take pictures of their restaurant food.

That can either make you jealous because they are eating out yet again, or make you hungry depending on what they show.