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PopUps: Usher Posts Revealing Post-Workout Selfie

Nov 24
After rapper The Game has posted a number of jaw-dropping bulge selfies, R&B singer Usher took to Instagram to post his own revealing pic.

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Theatre Review :: Stage Kiss

By Adam Brinklow | Nov 24
SF Playhouse stages a play within a play in "Stage Kiss."

Theatre Review :: The Secret Garden

By Adam Brinklow | Nov 23
Contra Costa Civic Theatre stages the childhood classic, "The Secret Garden."

Theatre Review :: Disgraced

By Adam Brinklow | Nov 22
In "Disgraced" at the Berkeley Rep (a Pulitzer winner by Ayad Akhtar), Amir is a fastidious lawyer with a foul mouth, a sharp-minded artist wife (Nisi Sturgis) and a too-tasteful uptown apartment.

Wayne Brady: 'I Look Pretty Damn Good in Those Heels'

By Mark Kennedy | Nov 19
Ladies in heels, you've got an apology from Wayne Brady.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson to Return to Broadway Next Spring

By Mark Kennedy | Nov 16
Jesse Tyler Ferguson is heading back to Broadway, but not in just one role. Try about 40.

Theatre Review :: The Monster-Builder

By Adam Brinklow | Nov 16
"Freedomland" writer Amy Freed's new play shows Gregor, the world's most acclaimed architect, despite the fact that his buildings are intentionally awful.

Theatre Review :: If/Then

By Adam Brinklow | Nov 16
Idina Menzel steals the show as a divorcee who moves back to New York to start life anew in "If/Then."

Who's the Cool Kid Now? The 'Daring Young Man,' That's Who

By Richard Dodds | Nov 15
There's a largely unexplored route to being one of the cool kids in high school: Learn how to soar on the flying trapeze. "It was exciting, it was physical, and it was cool," said Marin native Brennan Figari.

Lady Bunny Returns to Oasis

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Nov 15
Lady Bunny is demented, and she'll be the first one to admit it. "What makes me laugh most is everything I shouldn't be laughing about, according to the PC police: Caitlin Jenner, pop culture, politics; nothing is safe."

Don't Mess With Leslie Jordan

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Nov 13
When Leslie Jordan, the openly gay actor and stand-up comic, returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko, he'll be revealing a previously little seen side of himself: Radical activist.

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