Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

Howdy, Photo Op!

Unless you’ve been living under a deep-fried rock, by now you’ve heard that the State Fair of Texas will be launching a drive-thru experience starting next weekend under the shadow of Big Tex and his size-70 appendage(s). What you might not know yet is that this weekend for only $25 you can drive through for a professional photo opportunity with […]

This One’s Cuckoo

In a typical year, we’d be settling in for a new season of American Horror Story right now. But because we’re living that series title in real time, it’ll be 2021 before we get to the show’s fictional tenth season. That’s entirely OK, though, because Ryan Murphy’s latest for Netflix feels like a more coherent version of his flagship TV […]

Your To-Go Go-To

Six months to the day. That’s how long it’s been since we’ve eaten at a restaurant. Indoors, anyway. Since March 16 and the kickoff of the Dallas lockdown, we’ve only eaten twice on restaurant patios and the rest has all been takeout. Or curbside grocery pickup. (If you get a big pile of origami from us for Christmas, it’s because […]

Lucky Pierre

Lights! Models! Guest list! What would the world be without fashion? Naked, that’s what. And we could make a strong argument both for and against that notion. But the more important question today is a little more narrowly focused: What would the world be without Pierre Cardin? Now 98 years old, the iconic fashion designer is the subject of a […]

Brunch Like A Virgin

There’s no shortage of drag brunches in Dallas these days—not that we’re complaining one bit. Our favorite queens need the work and we definitely need the escape from all things 2020. The latest on the scene is the recently launched series, The Last Virgin Drag Brunch at The Kitchen inside The Commons Club inside Virgin Hotels Dallas. Jenni P hosts […]

Sick & Satired Of Everything

There’s preaching to the choir, and there’s PREACHING TO THE CHOIR. The latter is pretty much what you can expect from a new satire from writer Paul Rudnick and directed by Jay Roach, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Especially if you enjoy seeing your frustrations spoken by a gifted actor. Coastal Elites stars Bette Midler, Sarah Paulson, Dan […]

Sneak Peek: Fun For Your Ears

It might be a dreary day outside, but we’ve got an immediate pick-me-up for you right here on this pretty little digital page. The first single from Bright Light Bright Light and Caveboy’s Fun City album has hit the interwebs and we’ve been playing it on repeat ever since our first listen. “It’s Alright, It’s OK” is a joyous song […]

Home Improve-Mint

What a difference seven months makes. You may have noticed that as of March we have temporarily furloughed our Brunch of the Week feature in light of the ever-changing restaurant landscape, social distancing rules, blah, blah, blah. Yet here we are, almost seven months to the day of writing one of our last Brunch of the Week features on Asian […]

Arts & Crafts

We love arts and crafts, especially when the crafts in question are actually craft beers. This weekend, partake in a special art class to-go that includes a variety four-pack of Peticolas Brewing Co. beers. The sampler includes Velvet Hammer (Imperial Red Ale), Golden Opportunity (Kolsch), Great Scot! (Scottish Ale) and Lovin’ Life (Raspberry Purple Drink). As for the art, choose […]

Brunching With A Kennedy

There’s a new drag brunch in town, just in time for the holiday weekend. Launched last Saturday, the All Tea, No Shade Drag Brunch with Kennedy Davenport kicked off the weekly celebration at The Free Man in Deep Ellum. Each weekend, the RuPaul’s Drag Race all-star and fan favorite brings her drag friends (including BLEACH and DJ Dezi 5) to […]