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'The Battle of the Sexes' :: Billie Jean King and Emma Stone Winning the Game

By Joel Martens | Saturday Oct 7, 2017
See this film, learn something about how we got to where we are now. There is still work to be done, yes, but because of this moment and many others, we have come so very far.

The Return of Will & Grace & Jack & Karen

By Tim Parks | Saturday Oct 7, 2017
When "Will & Grace" premiered on NBC back in 1998, it offered television audiences something they hadn't previously seen on a big three network (gasp), a relationship between a gay man and his straight female friend.

James Lecesne :: From 'Trevor' to 'Leonard'

By Lisa Lipsey | Thursday Oct 5, 2017
Even if you don't know James Lecesne, you've heard of his work. He wrote the short film "Trevor," which won an Academy Award and inspired the founding of The Trevor Project. Read about his one-man play!

Embracing the Landscape

By Michael Douglas Brennan | Sunday Oct 1, 2017
Standard home landscapes of yesteryear were dominated by big thirsty lawns and plantings, but these days, people are moving toward more thoughtful designs that extend their living and entertaining into the outdoors.

Are You At Home?

By Cutter Slagle | Saturday Sep 30, 2017
From same-sex lovers, to single 20-somethings living on their own or with roommates of different nationalities, to widows or widowers forced to live on their own, anyone can make a home.

David Bromstad :: Dreaming Big and Finding That Perfect Fit

By Joel Martens | Sunday Sep 24, 2017
This host/designer/ home expert is unendingly energetic, completely disarming, downright charming and, last but not least, has a wicked sense of humor.

Chance Theater's 'Tribes' :: Finding Family

By Tony Reverditto | Saturday Sep 23, 2017
"Tribes" is the story of a young deaf man finding bonds other than those of his hearing family. The Rage Monthly caught up with Chance Theater's Managing Director Casey Long to chat about the play.

Five Great Gadgets to Make Your House a Happy Home

By Brad Hart | Saturday Sep 23, 2017
When you're house hunting, location is key. But once you've settled in it's all about the nesting urge -- here are some practical decor suggestions.

Newport Beach Wine & Food Festival :: Four and Fabulous!

By Tony Reverditto | Friday Sep 22, 2017
The Newport Beach Wine & Food Festival (NBWFF) is the most exclusive, intimate, and world-class epicurean lifestyle event in Southern California.

Home Is Where the Hard Is

By Greg Cason, Ph.D. | Saturday Sep 16, 2017
Perhaps it goes without saying that you are going to be happiest in a house that fits you. The concept is literally called "Person-Environment-Fit." If the fit is good, you will thrive and stay there for a long time.

'Homos, or Everyone in America'

By Lisa Lipsey | Sunday Sep 10, 2017
Diversionary Theatre's Executive Artistic Director Matt M. Morrow is at it again, calling attention to theatre's newest voices - and to a play called "Homos, or Everyone in America."

Impulse :: Our Sex, Our Cities, Our Lives

By Jose Ramos | Sunday Sep 10, 2017
We are committed to continuously searching out new and innovative ways to bring the message of empowerment to all.

Luke Macfarlane :: 'Big Night'

By Lisa Lipsey | Saturday Sep 9, 2017
The Center Theatre Group is taking on the world premiere of playwright Paul Rudnick's "Big Night." Star Luke MacFarlane shares his thoughts.

Moses Serrano :: 'Forbidden: Undocumented and Queer in Rural America'

By Joel Martens | Saturday Sep 9, 2017
As members of the LGBTQ community, we have a deep understanding of what it is to struggle against being different and having to fight against that isolation and its oppressive nature.

Lambda Archives 30th Anniversary :: Preserving and Celebrating LGBT History

By Walter Meyer | Saturday Sep 9, 2017
This September, Lambda Archives proudly celebrates 30 years of preserving San Diego's LGBTQ community history.

Kirstin :: Pentatonix, Going Solo

By Joel Martens | Sunday Sep 3, 2017
Pentatonix's Kirstin Moldonado stands out because of her intelligent musicianship and superb vocal prowess. Decidedly adult, absolutely alluring, her recent solo venture is filled with both emotional and musical maturity.

'An American in Paris' :: Sara Esty as Lise

By Bill Biss | Sunday Sep 3, 2017
The famed musical is up on its toes and on the stage at Downtown San Diego's Civi Theater during the month of September.

Kissing and Telling with 'Spider Woman' Director Ray Limon

By Tim Parks | Sunday Sep 3, 2017
When "Kiss of the Spider Woman" scurries into the Welk Resort Theatre to begin its eight-week run this September, it marks a decidedly different spin for the venue.

Q Films :: Bringing Community Together

By Chris Carpenter | Saturday Sep 2, 2017
Now in its 24th year, Long Beach's Q Film Festival has grown to become one of the seaside city's preeminent social events.

South Bay Pride

By Cutter Slagle | Saturday Sep 2, 2017
Something prideful this way comes... Specifically, the South Bay Pride Art and Music Festival!

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