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Lady Voldemort casts a spell over the internet

Florida Man introduces Lady Voldemort to the worldwide web and they love it.

A drag performer from the Sunshine State who is aptly named Florida Man has given the internet something special this week. People are definitely speaking her name. 

The artist took to the stage in Voldemort's villainous chalky makeup but didn't stop there. She made the entire routine into a burlesque show complete with a leotard and a striptease. 

LGBT musician Molly Adele Brown: changing the world through music and kindness

LGBT musician Molly Adele Brown is one of the hottest young stars bursting onto the music scene.

LGBT musician Molly Adele Brown is one of the hottest young stars bursting onto the music scene. In the past few months, the talented singer/songwriter has released timely and influential music, tackling hot topics including the #MeToo movement, bullying and equality. The New York native studied theater performance at Wagner College in New York City.

Movie Review: "Tea With the Dames"

Exclusive Engagement Opens Friday, October 12 at Landmark’s Ken Cinema

Director Roger Michell extends an exclusive invitation into a world few would dare dream to tread in his funny, unapologetically honest, and often eye-opening new documentary Tea with the Dames.

Shirtless Violinist creates a romantic postcard with a twist

The Shirtless Violinist (Matthew Olshefski) not only loves classical music but seems to be a sucker for a classic romance too. In his latest video, he uses the song "Bring Him Home" from the musical Les Misérables as the soundtrack for a love story that ends on a high note.

Theater Review: “Beautiful”

“Beautiful” plays through October 7, 2018 at San Diego Civic Theatre, 3rd and B Streets, downtown.

There’s something about a good jukebox musical that makes you want to get up and dance – or at least sing-along. “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” is no exception, and though neither dancing nor singing along is encouraged by Civic Theatre management, where the show plays through Oct. 7, it’s tough to resist.

Theater Review: “Hundred Days"

“Hundred Days” plays through October 21, 2018, at La Jolla Playhouse’s Mandell Weiss Forum, 2910 La Jolla Village Drive on the UCSD campus.

“Being alive is being in grief,” says performer Abigail Bengson at the top of “Hundred Days,” and asks audience members who agree with her to raise a hand.

No love lost in funny 'The Conners' promo

Seems the Conners are getting by just fine without "Roseanne."

The "Roseanne" reboot was one of the more successful shows of 2018, even getting renewed for the 2018-2019 slate. But due to the titular star's penchant for letting her mouth get her into trouble, it was a short-lived victory after she made a racist tweet. The show was then pulled from the schedule.