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GLAAD's What To Watch on Tuesday

Tonight catch new episodes of "90210," "Days of Our Lives," "Southland," "White Collar" and a special Michael Jackson tribute episode of "Glee."

8 pm: 90210 on The CW (1 hr) NEW

Adrianna and Silver work to move on with their lives, but their efforts cause problems between Silver and Greg. Dixon is arrested after a sorority-house fire and Annie's secret may be exposed, while Vanessa works to relaunch Liam's bar. All American Rejects guest star.

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THEATER REVIEW: World premiere of “The Recommendation” soars at The Old Globe

Race, class, influence, money and the sometimes fragile bonds of friendship are considered from three perspectives in Jonathan Caren’s “The Recommendation,” now in its world premiere at the Old Globe’s White Theatre.

If that sounds difficult, it is, and it’s remarkable how successfully Caren has pulled this complex piece off in this, his first professional production.

VIDEO: GLAAD's What To Watch on Monday

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Tonight catch the season premiere of "RuPaul's Drag Race 4" and new episodes of "Pretty Little Liars," "Days of Our Lives," "Being Human" and "Lost Girl."

8 pm: Pretty Little Liars on ABC Family (1 hr) NEW

Emily has high hopes for her mother's visit to town while Hanna worries her friends are upset about her stance on Caleb.

VIDEO: GLAAD's What To Watch This Weekend

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Kick off your weekend Friday night with new episodes of "Days of Our Lives," "Primetime: What Would You Do?," back-to-back showings of "Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta" and the series premiere of "Spartacus: Vengeance." Out designer David Bromstad recreates a family room Saturday night on "Color Splash." Sunday brings the 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, and new episodes of "The Good Wife" and "Shameless."

Friday, Jan. 27

San Diego Black Film Festival includes LGBT selections

SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego Black Film Festival celebrated its 10th anniversary with this year’s opening ceremonies that took place on Thursday, Jan. 26. On Saturday, Jan. 28, the director of the Black Film Festival, Karen Willis, will host a two and a half hour screening for the LGBT community called the GLBT Meet-Up, with five short films and one feature-length documentary. The festival ends on Sunday, Jan. 29.

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THEATER REVIEW: “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying” succeeds at Welk

A window washer becomes an executive in 2 hours and 40 minutes in the 1961 smash-hit musical “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying,” now in a delightful revival at Welk Resort Theatre.

J. Pierrepont Finch (Allen Everman), following the precepts set down in a book of the same title, gets the job and the girl by sucking up to the right people at the right time, notably the big kahuna, CEO J.B. Biggley (Walter Smith).

“Ponty” frequently thumbs through the book for advice, which comes to the audience as voice-overs provided by Rich Little as Walter Cronkite.

GLAAD's What To Watch on Thursday

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On TV tonight, "Archer" teams with some men in uniform, and Diane Von Furstenberg puts the "Project Runway All -Stars" through their paces.

8 pm: Days of Our Lives on SoapNet (1 hr) NEW

Nicole asks Will to do something for her, but her true intentions may be less than honorable.

THEATER REVIEW: Moonlight does justice to Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap”

There’s nothing like a good murder mystery on a cold and rainy evening.

In fact, I’ll take a good murder mystery anytime, and Moonlight Stage Productions has one in Agatha Christie’s perennial “The Mousetrap.”

The setting: an isolated house in the country, newly converted to a guest house called Monkswell Manor by well-meaning owners Mollie (Jessica John) and Giles Ralston (Jonathan Sachs). Their first four guests arrive just as the snow begins to fall heavily.

THEATER REVIEW: The Old Globe stages Horton Foote's “Dividing The Estate”

A confession: I find family squabbles about the distribution of wealth and possessions about as fascinating as watching paint dry.

Horton Foote’s last play, “Dividing The Estate,” falls into that category.

Best known for his Oscar-winning screenplays for “To Kill A Mockingbird” and “Tender Mercies” and his fine script for the play “A Trip To Bountiful,” Foote is practically an unknown quantity on San Diego stages.

The Old Globe, which has never produced one of his plays, offers the West Coast premiere of “Dividing The Estate” through Feb. 12, directed by Michael Wilson.

GLAAD's What To Watch on Wednesday

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Tonight catch the premiere of "The Challenge" plus a new episode of "Days Of Our Lives."

8 pm: Days of Our Lives on SoapNet (1 hr) NEW

Will rejects Sonny's proposition, Sami wants to sabotage the photo shoot, Austin goes on a date and Victor becomes suspicious of Madison.

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