SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — Jai Rodriguez, most recognizable from Bravo's hit show, the original "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," is a triple threat as an actor, singer and dancer.
Jai is bringing his new cabaret show, "Loose Lips and Hollywood Secrets" to Martinis Above Fourth in Hillcrest Thursday night and stopped by Morning Extra with details.
The show is filled with behind-the-scenes stories from Jai's 20 years working in entertainment.
Jai's career started on Broadway when he was cast in the role of Angel in the critically acclaimed musical, "Rent." He went on to star in the aforementioned groundbreaking series, "Queer Eye," and has also made appearances on daytime and primetime series including a stint on the CBS hit show, "How I Met Your Mother."
The San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday announced its support for Proposition 6, which would repeal California's gas tax, among a suite of endorsements for local races and state propositions.
News 8 takes a look at California propositions that you'll be voting on in November and exactly what they mean.
The November election is closing in, and as usual, there are plenty of propositions on the ballot. News 8 takes a look at each measure, starting with California Props 1-4 on bonds.
Proposition 6 eliminates certain road repair and transportation funding, and requires certain fuel taxes and vehicle fees be approved by the electorate, according to California's Official Voter Information Guide.
San Francisco will become the largest city in the United States and one of only a handful nationwide to allow noncitizens, including people in the country illegally, to vote in a local election in November.
Social Dating 101 will be embarking on their second multi-sensory event, Cooking Classes With Celebrity Chef Lauren Lawless on Saturday, October 27!
Wild Wonders is hosting “Nights on the Wild Side” tours on the last two Saturday and Sunday nights in October!
Sophia Righthouse may be young but she demonstrated courage, maturity, and wisdom beyond her years when disaster struck on November 4, 2017.
Two San Diego-based U.S. Navy SEALs have been charged in connection with the 2017 execution of a detainee in Iraq.