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Brunch Of The Week: Farm Fresh

E-I-E-I-Oh, baby! You need to get back to nature this weekend—before it gets any hotter outside. Or we have another 40 days and 40 nights of rain. During the lockdown last year, one of our favorite things to do was park our car near Bonton Farms, cross the bridge at the end of the cul-de-sac, hike over the levee, and […]

Hardly for Hardware

Restoration Hardware is now as much a place for hardware as Lululemon is a retailer of fresh citrus. But we’re 100% OK with that. If you haven’t been yet, the gorgeous, three-story RH Dallas | The Gallery on Knox debuted earlier this month as one of the most awe-inspiring additions to the Knox Street shopping district in the last 20 […]

Movie Stars Under The Actual Stars

Remember last year when drive-in movies were all the rage? We still think they’re fantastic fun, but only when we’re allowed to get out of our cars and watch from a lawn chair. Or the hood of the car. Or dangling from a hot air balloon. Anywhere but the front seat. We tried watching movies from our car and it […]

The Men Behind The Makeup

On RuPaul’s Drag Race, we always get to see the drag superstars-in-the-making au natural, both in the workroom between challenges and during the on-camera confessionals. Yet so many of our beloved drag queens’ male alter-egos remain a mystery. Case in point: easily our favorite drag persona on the planet, Miss Richfield 1981 (portrayed by Russ K.), and Simply Barbra (brought […]

Brunch Of The Week: Rise, Shine, Wine & Dine

One month ago, an old friend from Arizona moved to Dallas and it didn’t take long for us to remember why we fell in love in the first place. Mainly because lots of wine is always involved whenever we get together. Well, if you haven’t already met, please say hello to Postino WineCafe in Deep Ellum. We enjoyed wine and […]

Very Special Episodes: Volume 2

Remember back in 2019 when we were lucky to binge a dozen or so TV shows—the entire year? Hard to believe after 14 or so months of sometimes plowing through an entire season in a day. But back in those simpler pre-2020 times, we vividly remember one of the TV-viewing highlights was the first season of Special on Netflix. For […]

Christmas In (Almost) July

After more than a year of being trapped inside our computers, the Turtle Creek Chorale (TCC) makes its festive return to the stage for an in-person concert on June 27. And because, why not, they’ll be performing all your holiday favorites from Christmas carols to songs about dreidels—and all the snowmen-coming-to-life medleys you can handle in between—for Holidays Interrupted on […]

Let’s Get Dirty

Have we got a succulent morsel for you today. And it involves morsels of succulents, completely without coincidence. This Thursday evening, May 20, as part of the 31st annual LifeWalk, Prism Health North Texas will be kicking off a virtual event series with a special at-home, build-your-own-terrarium event with the help of the fine folks at Jade & Clover in Deep Ellum. […]

Sew Dramatic

Pull out your ultrasuede and settle in for another fantastic Ryan Murphy exec-produced Netflix series. Halston debuts today, but we received all five episodes in advance and binged them over two days. We plowed through the first four episodes in one evening and could’ve watched the fifth, but decided to save the finale for a special treat the next night. […]

Prime Time Pride

Another Pride season is just around the corner. And getting a jump start on the festivities, FX presents the first three of six PRIDE documentaries tomorrow night, covering six decades of the LGBTQ fight for equality beginning in the 1950s. What’s really great about this series is that it features people who played a big part in the movement but […]