Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

Desperately Seeking Fashion

Bitch-slap us, pull our hair and fight us in the lily pond! Our Alexis-and-Krystle eleganza extravaganza fantasies are about to become real. The over-the-top 1980s return to life starting this Friday at Galleria Dallas during the She’s Got the Look fashion exhibit featuring some of the most bitchin’ designers of the era. Bob Mackie, Valentino, Halston, Oscar de la Renta, […]

Be Be(a)st

After a year of watching theatrical productions online, we have to wonder what the adjustment will be like for people when theaters reopen to patrons. Will it be a culture shock to not be able to talk through a play? Sing along to a musical number? Or get everyone on stage to stop everything they’re doing while you get more […]

Fake It ‘Til You Get Caught

Between the pandemic and that little cold snap last week, we’ve blown through every murder documentary we can find. But now we have a palate (and palette) cleanser. Today, Netflix debuts the 2020 documentary, Made You Look: A True Story About Fake Art. Though it doesn’t involve actual murder, the perpetrators of a multi-million-dollar scheme definitely slay the art world. […]

Margarita Day Dreaming

When it comes to celebrations, National Margarita Day ranks higher than Christmas, Gay Pride and our birthday—combined. And even though we’d rather be on a beach today in commemoration, the very act of drinking a margarita this glorious Monday will be enough to tide us over until we feel comfortable traveling again. At that point, we plan to drink our […]

Shady In Red

Dare we put it in writing, but it’s quite possible I Care A Lot is the best Netflix film we’ve ever seen. The story follows Marla Grayson (played by the mesmerizing Rosamund Pike), a professional, court-appointed guardian for the elderly. What seems to be an act of kindness to many people (including an incredibly inept, gullible judge) in reality is […]

Sinfully Good

There’s a reason the UK import It’s A Sin has a 100-percent critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes (at least as of this writing). The miniseries from Russell T Davies, the writer and creator of Queer As Folk, brings to life the AIDS crisis of the 1980s through the eyes of relatable, fun-loving characters who have little to no idea what […]

Grimm Job

Ready to get out of the house yet? Between the regularly scheduled pandemic and this week’s witch’s-tit-level winter storm, we’re feeling more locked down than ever. But this weekend Dallas Theater Center has a solution for those brave enough to weather the still-chilly elements. Or you can purchase tickets for a future date when things will definitely be warmer. With […]

Mile-High Brunch Club

Now that Valentine’s Day is over, we can concentrate on more important things. Like drag brunch. In a city that used to have limited options for drag brunch, Dallas is booming with opportunities for waffles and wigs and Fly Queens Drag Brunch should be added to your wish list. Hosted by the hilarious and talented Liquor Mini (who you’ll also […]

Barb & Star Deliver Hardy Har Har In Vista Del Mar

Kristen Wiig can do no wrong if you ask us. Kristen Wiig can do no wrong! Oh, sorry. We thought we heard someone question our opinion again. And right in time for a weekend of hibernation and dreaming of warmer weather and vacations, the wildly hilarious Barb & Star Go To Vista Del Mar premieres today on nearly every streaming […]

Where Everybody Knows Your Name (& Business)

It’s starting to smell like penis in here. Sorry, Charles Dickens. This may be the best first line of a book ever. And it perfectly sets the scene for the raw, often hilarious look at the history of queer gathering places from the 1770s to present day in Gay Bar: Why We Went Out by Jeremy Atherton Lin. The new […]