Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

Bitchin’ Kitchen

For centuries, one question has plagued scholars: why is it every time there’s a party, the crowd ends up in the kitchen? We don’t know either, but before you get ready to rock the house with your next über fete, we recommend a visit with the ladies at Kitchen Design Concepts to delve into your culinary psyche. Rather than just […]

OUT & About

It’s here, it’s queer, and it’s taking over the Magnolia Theater in the West Village, November 2-11. OUT TAKES Dallas Film Festival is painting the town pink once again with a collection of tantalizing titles including Gay B&B of Terror, Naked Boys Singing and Itty Bitty Titty Committee. But all great gay cinema aside, they had us at homo with […]

Forget Your Troubles, C’mon Get Cookies

Somewhere in the Emily Post/Miss Manners realm of etiquette no no’s, we think they should add a section on fall snacking. After all, there comes a time for all of us to put away the sorbet (along with those white shoes we aren’t supposed to wear after Labor Day) and focus on more appropriate seasonal treats. That’s where Kessler Cookie […]

Ghouls Gone Shopping

This week, Gay List Daily goes to a concert, to hell (in a very stylish hand basket, we might add) and shopping with our Partner’s Card. So in the immortal words of our favorite diva, Bette Davis, “fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy night.” Weekend Calendar Theatre of Death Runs through Wednesday, October 31, 8 p.m. nightly […]

Mad Libs Get Naughty

Our (sexiest body parts) are tingling! There’s a new (adjective) web site we’ve got to tell you about. While you read this, you can gently (verb) your (body part) while dreaming of (action verbing) Ann Coulter in the (body part) with a rusty chainsaw. Turned on yet? Hoochymail.com is just what the love doctor ordered for anyone who simply prefers […]

The Elephant In The Room

Perhaps “junk in the trunk” had a different meaning in the 1940s when famed designers Charles and Ray Eames first started molding plywood into 3-D furnishings and sculptures like the coveted Eames Plywood Elephant. Lucky for us, the good folks at Vitra have produced a 1,000-piece, limited run of the must-have mammoth, so that every Tom, Dick and Dumbo has […]

Doggie Style

Grooming and doggie day care facilities are as ubiquitous in Oak Lawn as male strippers and drunken drag queens with smeared lipstick. So it’s always a thrill to discover a place with amenities that dogs love more than a leg to hump. At Lucca Bella Doggie Spa & Boutique, owner and dog lover Ana T. Pieruccetti has created a chic […]

Bush Sucks

The ‘70s porn-star look went out of style, well, in the ‘70s. Now, we know there are plenty of men who like the natural (read: long enough for dreadlocks) look of hairy bodies. We support that. This product isn’t for you, but you’re bound to know more than a few guys who will make it their new favorite cordless device. […]

Fun, Frights, And Pink Flamingos

It’s Thursday everyone, and you know what that means: it’s Gay Hump Day! Here’s a list with plenty of activities to keep you out of trouble, or possibly get you into more. Weekend Calendar Cool Thursdays at the Arboretum October 18 (tonight), 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Attention Swingers! The Big Band stylings of Tuxedo Junction will fill the autumn […]

Are You Funnier Than A Fifth Grader?

Remember that movie Stand By Me where a group of young lads go on a boyhood journey and in the process lose their innocence? Well, From Fifth Grade To Fabulous is nothing like that – except for the whole loss of innocence part. Comedian/actor Paul J. Williams and vocal impressionist/illusionist Mark Alan Smith originally met in fifth grade in San […]