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    It’s been more than nine months since Rumors Bar & Grill’s executive chef Robyn Almodovar traveled back to Los Angeles to tape “Hell’s Kitchen: All Stars,” but on Friday, Sept. 29 viewers will finally see how she fared in her second run-in with celebrity chef and host Gordon Ramsay.

  • What a difference a dollar makes. In a knowledge-nailbiter that went down to the very last moment, South Florida’s Kevin Hirsh became a “Jeopardy” champion.

  • The answer is: what it takes to be a contestant on “Jeopardy!” The question: what is a lot of knowledge and a little luck?

  • As the old adage goes, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.”  Take Mart Crowley’s groundbreaking 1968 play, “The Boys in the Band,” as an example. 

  • Published on May 16, 2014Comedian/actress/musician, Maya Rudolph, tells of how 'psyched' she is with her new show which includes comedy, music, special guests and even the odd animal.

  • Dating shows have long been a staple of television network schedules: In the 1970s, viewers across the country tuned into “The Dating Game” to watch a bachelor or bachelorette from three anonymous suitors. In the 1980s, Chuck Woolery hosted “Love Connection,” a show that offered the audience the opportunity to pick the lucky contestant’s perfect match and send them on a memorable date.

  • On Saturday, December 3, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau launched a digital television network as a “major initiative to deliver exciting new content and exposure for Greater Fort Lauderdale,” reads the press release.

  • NEW YORK -- The handsome football player gets drafted by an NFL team, plants an emotional kiss on his sweetheart and gives sportscasts a feel-good video clip.

  • He was the best friend to “man’s best friends.” Now animal lovers across South Florida are mourning the loss of Paul Galluccio. He was 83.

  • James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal are sensational in HBO's "The Deuce," a new, serialized docudrama about the birth and rise of New York's porn industry, circa 1971-72.

  • The three producers of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” who were accused of sexual misconduct have left the show after allegations came to light by former employees.

  • Rachel Maddow won a Grammy. That’s right, the MSNBC host won a Grammy in the Best Spoken Word category for her book “Blowout: Corrupted Democracy, Rogue State Russia, and the Richest, Most Destructive Industry on Earth.”

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    If you like Bravo’s “Vanderpump Rules” then you’ll probably love “What Happens at the Abbey,” the new “docudrama” premiering Sunday evening on E!.

  • The success of the FX TV series “Archer” proved that there is a market for an adult animated cartoon series on prime time, cable television. “Chozen,” FX’s new animated series, premiered on Jan. 13, immediately after “Archer.” Created by Grant Dekernion, “Chozen” is described by FX (FXnetworks.com/chozen) as “an animated comedy about a gay white [and bearish] rapper fresh out of prison.”

  • We hope our readers are enjoying "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 6."

  • With a strong background in acting and singing and a well-established New York City pedigree, Rosé took every challenge on RuPaul's Drag Race head-on, making it all the way to the Top 4 on this past season of the international Emmy-winning reality franchise.

  • Thursday, 1/2

    Television

    If you’ve been celebrating the holidays all week, then a quiet night at home is certainly well deserved. Tonight, check out CW Seed, the CW television network’s online channel. The network is offering up Husbands, a hilarious comedy about a couple of quirky, gay newlyweds starring Brad Bell and Sean Hemeon. Each 7-10 minute episode offers the stuff of tabloid sensation because our husbands also happen to be celebrities experiencing wedded bliss under the lens of the paparazzi. To view all available episodes, go to CWSeed.com.

    Friday, 1/3

    Dance

    Christmas may seem like a distant mystery—funny, since CVS, Wal-Mart, Target and the like kicked off the commercial blitz as early as September—but you can still experience the magic of the holiday with the Miami City Ballet’s heartwarming performance of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker. Tchaikovsky’s timeless music comes to life in this holiday tradition at the Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale, tonight through Sunday, Jan. 5. Performances Friday at 7:30 p.m., Saturday at 2 and 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 1 p.m. Tickets at BrowardCenter.org.

    Saturday, 1/4

    Theater

    Ghosts, Lesbians, lusty widows and lab reports!  No wonder Danny wants to escape down the rabbit hole to Wonderland. At 81, the world Danny has always loved is falling apart. Joe Feinstein’s new play, Last of the Aztecs, gets its South Florida premiere on Saturday, Jan. 4 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Jan 5 at 5 p.m. at Empire Stage, 1140 N. Flagler Dr. in Fort Lauderdale, and Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 8 p.m. at Lake Worth Playhouse, 713 Lake Ave. in Lake Worth. Tickets are $15 at SmartTix.com or LakeWorthPlayhouse.org.

    Sunday, 1/5

    Dance

    Tap your feet to the beat. Tap: The Show offers nonstop, rhythmic dance wrapped in dazzling costumes and backed by a soaring orchestral score. An extravaganza featuring award-winning dancers and singers, this show offers breathtaking re-creations of Broadway showstoppers, soft shoe, flamenco, Irish step, and more at Lynn University’s Wold Performing Arts Center in Boca Raton. You’ll be dancing in the aisles before it’s over. Experience the magic on Saturday, Jan. 4 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 5 at 5 p.m. Tickets are $25-40 at Give.Lynn.edu/TheatreArts.

    Monday, 1/6

    Sports

    LGBT sports fans will be tuning in tonight to the BCS Championship Game, the biggest game of the college football season, this year pitting Florida State University Seminoles against the Auburn University Tigers. What better place to cheer on your favorite team than South Florida’s most popular gay sports bar, Sidelines, 2031 Wilton Dr. in Wilton Manors? Kick-off is at 8:30 p.m., but be sure to arrive early for a great seat at the bar and the 2-4-1 happy hour specials. For more information, go to Sidelinessports.com.

    Tuesday, 1/7

    Theater

    No story has touched the LGBT community more than L. Frank Baum’s The Wizard of Oz, the tale of Dorothy Gale, a farm girl from Kansas who is whisked away by a tornado to adventures in the magical land of Oz. This timeless story, retold through the theatrical magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber, returns to the Broward Center tonight through Sunday, Jan. 19. Expect plenty of surprises, including new songs from Webber and lyricist Tim Rice. Tickets start at $34. For show times and tickets, go to BrowardCenter.org.

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