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Make It A Point To Have Fun

We’ve always wanted to visit a pyramid. But the smell of camels has always made us queasy. Well, now there’s a closer option for all your pyramiding pleasures called PY1. The ultra-cool experience features an 81-foot-tall pyramid imagined by Guy Laliberté, one of the visionary creative forces behind Cirque du Soleil. It debuted in Montreal in the summer of 2019 […]

The Other Little Blue Pill

Sex. Sex. Sex. Just saying the word makes us smile. Even more so now that we’ve taken an active step in significantly reducing the risk of HIV. But Truvada (PrEP) can be outrageously expensive. Hell, when our doctor’s office accidentally called in our prescription to a Walmart pharmacy by mistake, we got a phone call from the pharmacist wanting our […]

High-Wattage Wonderland

Clark Griswold has nothing on this holiday light display. Trust us. If you missed Enchant at Globe Life Park in Arlington last year, get ready for a bigger, better, brighter extravaganza in 2018. The world’s largest light maze returns, along with a holiday shopping market, appearances by Santa and Mrs. Claus, an ice-skating trail, and live music. New this year, a […]

Brunch Of The Week: Arly To Rise

Other cities need love, too. That’s why we’ve been mixing in awesome places for brunch with our regular Dallas coverage. This week, we travel to Arlington for some kick-ass Benedicts—always the right way to start a Sunday at Six Flags. Or one of those buildings where sports happen. Mac’s Bar & Grill delights Arlington residents and visitors the same way sibling […]

A 5K In Your Calvins

Last time we ran through the streets in our underwear, we were being chased by the wife of a guy we’d been seeing. Oops. Should’ve known that white skin on his ring finger wasn’t a birthmark. But now there’s a much better reason to purposefully sprint in your skivvies. It’s the 2014 Dallas/Fort Worth Undy Run/Walk, which benefits the Colon […]