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Fashion icon and industry personality Karl Lagerfeld has died

Karl Lagerfeld: 1933 - 2019

Karl Lagerfeld, the legendary fashion designer who single-handedly lifted Chanel out of its creative slump and into modern design starting in the '80s has passed away. He was 85. 

With his face and persona equally as recognized as his fashion, Lagerfeld began his work with Chanel in 1983 and continuously served with them until his death.

Theater Review: “Dancing Lessons”

“Dancing Lessons” runs through February 24, 2019, at Scripps Ranch Theatre.

In Mark St. Germain’s funny and tender “Dancing Lessons,” Broadway dancer Senga (Michelle Marie Trester) sits moping on the couch of her Manhattan apartment. She is recovering from a knee injury that may be career-ending and is afraid that if she is seen in a knee brace by anyone in the dance community, she will never dance again.

Jussie Smollett opens up about attack for the first time in TV interview

Jussie Smollett was on Good Morning America Thursday morning in his first televised interview since the attack. 

First, he addressed the people who question the validity of the story. He says those people are blind to real-world problems. "It's not that you don't believe this is the truth,” he said, ”you don't even want to see this is the truth."

Beautiful "Frozen 2" teaser released

Whether or not Elsa will come out in the second chapter of the "Frozen" story is beside the point in this gorgeous teaser trailer the House of Mouse dropped today.

In it, we see Elsa trying to tame the unpredictability of a raging ocean with her ice-making powers only to fail before backing up and trying again. 

Theater Review: “Smokey Joe’s Café"

“Smokey Joe’s Café” runs through March 17, 2019 at New Village Arts, 2787 State Street, Carlsbad.

There’s a time for serious, brain-engaging theater, and there’s a time for classic comedies. But if you’re in the mood to sit back, relax and listen to the music of a generation, get on over to New Village Arts for the bouncy goings-on in “Smokey Joe’s Café.”

Drag performers say they endure racist catcalls from the audience

Racism in the LGBT community extends further than just dating apps and opinions about adding black and brown stripes to the Pride flag, it can also be present in the very spaces the community calls safe and diverse. Specifically inconsiderate attendees at drag shows.   

Theater Review: “Aubergine”

“Aubergine” plays through February 17, 2019, at San Diego Repertory Theatre,

There’s as much philosophy as plot in Julia Cho’s “Aubergine,” playing through Feb. 17 at San Diego Repertory Theatre. Todd Salovey directs.