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Everything is awesome with LEGOLAND mini Pride model build

"Everything is Awesome" with LEGOLAND mini Pride parade.

In celebration of 50 years of Pride, LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Westchester, New York may have reduced the scale of the annual event but not the size of its message. 

The amusement park is celebrating Pride month brick by brick, literally, in its Miniland attraction with its pint-sized recreation of the famous parade.

Actor Connor Jessup comes out on social media

"American Crime" actor Connor Jessup officially comes out publicly.

"American Crime" star Connor Jessup came out as gay on social media Monday

The 25-year-old actor, writer, and director posted a heartfelt message to his followers saying he knew he was gay since he was 13 but hid it for years. 

Theater Review: “Put Your House in Order””

“Put Your House in Order” plays through June 30, 2019 at La Jolla Playhouse’s Mandell Weiss Forum, 2910 La Jolla Village Drive on the UCSD campus.

My mom used to try to get me to clean up my room (and later, my apartment) with this logic: As soon as you let it get messy, company will ring your doorbell.

Maybe that’s what Ike Holter is trying to tell us in “Put Your House in Order,” a new three-hander billed as a combination romantic comedy/apocalyptic thriller.

Debbie Gibson walks grooms down aisle in surprise visit

Debbie Gibson surprises grooms with wedding attendance.

Only in their dreams could Darren Davis and Daniel Sene have imagined that a pop icon would be joining them in their wedding procession, but that is exactly what happened when Debbie Gibson showed up to walk them down the aisle earlier this month. 

LGBT stars get personal in Variety's special Pride issue

Hannah Gadsby talks to Variety about politics and "Nanette."

It used to be that coming out in the entertainment field meant career suicide, but now it's a sign of power. Variety has gathered together some of Hollywood's biggest hitters in their "Power of Pride" issue. 

Taylor Swift releases song of the summer with Pride-filled, star-studded video

Love her or dislike her, Taylor Swift knows how to generate press. Case in point the video for her latest song "You Need to Calm Down" which simultaneously works as a Pride Month anthem and an apology to longtime frenemy Katy Perry. 

The catchy earworm was released last week with the video dropping on Good Morning America this past Monday.

Movie Review: “The Raft"

“The Raft” opens June 21 at the Digital Gym in North Park.

The film’s poster calls it “the strangest group experiment of all time,” and now it’s immortalized in director Marcus Lindeen’s award-winning documentary “The Raft.”