Comedian Shane Gillis quickly addressed his firing in his monologue on “Saturday Night Live,” and then proceeded to walk a comedic tightrope.
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Running in S.F. through March 10, the play starring BD Wong fittingly premieres in a region dominated by the tech industry. Creatives hope it speaks directly to those whose work is the subject of the characters’ debate.
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How wealthy Hollywood attorney Kevin Morris joined forces with Hunter Biden to help the president’s son face his legal and personal problems.
Outfest, which hosted one of the industry’s most prominent LGBTQ+ film festivals, faced a financial crisis after a series of clashes between board members and the group’s former executive director.
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