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Theater Review: “Dancing Lessons”

“Dancing Lessons” plays through December 18, 2018 at the Broadway Theater, 340 East Broadway, Vista.

Broadway dancer Senga Quin, sidelined by a knee injury, sits on her couch feeling depressed and living in denial about what may be a lost future in dance.

She wears a knee brace and has essentially sentenced herself to home arrest for fear that being seen that way by anyone in the dance world will end her career.

Nevada elects dead brothel owner and "Trump Republican" to legislative seat

Brothel owner Dennis Hof gets elected to Nevada legislative seat despite being dead for almost a month.

In a macabre footnote to the 2018 midterm elections, Nevada voters elected a dead candidate to the state legislature on Tuesday. 

Reality star and brotheliteur Dennis Hof (R) died last month from unknown causes, but his name still appeared on the ballot next to Lesia Romanov (D) for Assembly District 36, a Trump territory. 

Movie Review: "Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

What do you do when you’re a lonely, has-been cat-loving lesbian writer in New York and the landlord wants the rent?

Lee Israel can show you, in Marielle Heller’s wonderful new film “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

SDPIX presents Alec Mapa at Martinis Above Fourth on Nov. 7

Alec Mapa's Holiday Cocktail Party Martinis Above Fourth on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 8 pm

Alec Mapa has been in the entertainment business for quite a while and has earned the respect of fellow comedians such as Ellen Degeneres who called him "smart, hilarious and funny.” 

Movie Review: "The Old Man & the Gun"

You have to admire the audacity of a guy who discovers the only thing he’s good at is robbery – and decides to make it not only his life’s work but almost an art form.

And you couldn’t get a better actor than Robert Redford to portray the based-on-fact thief Forrest Tucker in David Lowery’s “The Old Man & the Gun.”

Groundbreaking “Undressed" to return to MTV

The show offered an unfiltered look at the romantic lives of its characters.

MTV is bringing one of its most controversial shows back, a reimagining of “Undressed,” the groundbreaking series that explored the complicated dynamics of young adult relationships. 

Theater Review: “Wicked”

Jackie Burns as Elphaba in Defying Gravity.

In the mood for a little sensory and plot overload? There is cause for joy: “Wicked” is back in town, playing through Nov. 25 at San Diego Civic Theatre. Joe Mantello directs the juggernaut show.