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Get Your Buns To B&B Tonight!

Cue the meat sweats, Burgers & Burgundy is back! Tonight! You’ve had months to get tickets, but in case you’ve been procrastinating (or been losing weight in anticipation of all the meaty, carb goodness), you can still get tickets to the event this evening. Everybody’s favorite propane-fueled fundraiser returns this year at the location that debuted last year. Now taking […]

Strength In (Musical) Numbers

It’s good to be strong. Both in terms of muscles and self-empowerment. Yesterday, tickets went on sale for the next free concert from Turtle Creek Chorale. And though it has far less to do with biceps than baritones, we’re still pumped to see it. Songs of Strength and Survival features the TCC Small Ensemble Showcase performing at Cathedral of Hope […]

Bring Your Own Candle

We haven’t been to church in years. Mostly because we don’t wish to be arrested for arson when the building ignites upon our entry. But we know Christmas Eve services are a big part of many people’s traditions. This year, you can catch a duo of virtual services from two houses of worship that open LGBTQ people with open arms. […]

A Toast To Heroes

Not all heroes have capes. But is it wrong to wish they all wear tights? That really should be required, but anyway… Celebrate the incredible community contributions of actor/singer/activist Denise Lee and Dallas Red Foundation at Saturday night’s Hero of Hope Cocktail Party. The early-evening soirée at the Cathedral of Hope’s Interfaith Peace Chapel doubles as a fundraiser with a […]

Brunch Of The Week: Dustin Off Your Saturday

Time to start thinking about next weekend’s brunch plans! That’s because Black Tie Dinner will be welcoming Academy Award-winning gay screenwriter Dustin Lance Black to Dallas for a really fun brunch. In addition to his statuette-worthy writing, Black is also a big-time director, producer, activist—and now author with the release of his new memoir, Mama’s Boy. Get tickets for the […]

The Les You Know

We met Leslie Jordan years ago and he couldn’t have been nicer. Not only did he pose for a photo with us, he posed for seven photos with us because he kept closing his eyes when the shutter clicked. Now that’s a good sport. In fact, he’s one of the rare celebrities we’ve met who’s as warm, gentle and hilarious in […]

Eat Praise Love

Not since they turned the comic strip Garfield into a movie have we been more exciting of a print-to-live-action incarnation. That’s right, next Friday our beloved Sister Helen Holy jumps off the digital pages of He Said Magazine and into her girdle for a one-righteous-woman show, Sister Helen Holy presents the 701 Club.  This evening starts with a traditional potluck church supper before the spirit […]

Harmonic Heroics

There are heroes living among us. We know this for many reasons, and not just because of the entire aisle of spandex at Jo-Ann Fabric. We know this because we see people fighting for good every day. We know this because we read about people affecting change. We know this because we hear about people taking a stand. This weekend, […]

Silent Night, Bright With Light

We can’t remember the last time we set foot in church. It’s easily been half a decade. Like some of our friends feel about making tamales or going to Broadway musicals, it’s just not our thing. But this time of year we often get nostalgic for Christmas Eve candlelight service, easily the event we looked forward to more than any […]

Seriously Inspiring

We love lavishly produced musicals with showtune-singing, somersaulting drag queens as much as the next gay, but the LGBT experience isn’t always fun and games. And it’s important to remind ourselves how far we’ve actually come. This weekend, you have the opportunity to experience one of the most moving plays ever written. In observance of YomHaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) Hope […]