Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!


Be Proud With Extra Star Power

Dallas Pride will be virtually happening July 25 and 26 (more details coming soon), but if you can’t wait that long to get your rainbow on, you can celebrate with a vast array of celebrities. This weekend! On Saturday, June 13, Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter present the Pride Summit virtually. During the day-long event, which can be accessed at […]

Lights! Camera! Statler!

Few things make us happier than catching a classic movie again on the big screen. Having a celebrity from the movie at the screening just happens to be one of those things. Starting this Sunday, Movies at The Statler brings four great movies back—along with an actor who starred in the film. That translates to Burton Gilliam from Blazing Saddles, […]

It’s Such A Good Thing We Can Hardly Stand It

Get ready for TV’s oddest couple to return. Tomorrow night, Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg bring back their smash VH1 marijuana-laced cooking show with a new twist for its third season. No longer Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party, the revamp brings in a competitive element and has been renamed Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Party Challenge. They’ll still be focused […]

Caution: Graphic Content Inside

In an era when graphic novels are made into successful movies and TV shows left and right, TidalWave Comics is doing just the opposite. They’re taking successful people and turning them into comic books. It’s a really cool concept and publisher Darren Davis has created a large catalog of novels about people of interest to the LGBTQ community. This month, TidalWave […]

The 701 Club: Death, Divorce & Debate

Let us gather, once again, to pray for our world. These are the things which are heavy on my heart this week. Won’t you join me? Death: In what seems to be a weekly occurrence, we are having to bid adieu (that’s French, for those of you who don’t speak in tongues) to yet another stalwart celebrity. Golfing legend Brother Arnold […]

The 701 Club: Mammaries, Memorials & Mammon

I have been awash in tears as I weep for our world, our losses and our candidates. Praise the Lord that I pulled it together to share these thoughts with you all. Mammaries: I pray that most of you did not endure the parade of filth and degradation disguised as an awards show this past Sunday. The television industry gathered […]

30 Days To 35

Time to start mastering your bow tie technique. Because believe it or not, the earlier-than-usual Black Tie Dinner is only a little over a month away. Tomorrow night, you’re invited to celebrate the official 30 Day Countdown at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. Nibble on hors d’oeuvres while sipping signature Tito’s vodka cocktails and La Crema wines as you mingle […]

Florence & Her Machine

Meryl Streep. That’s right where we should stop with this story, but we’ll give you just a bit more information because nobody likes looking at a blank web page. In Florence Foster Jenkins, opening tomorrow, Streep portrays the title character in this bizarre true story about a 1940s heiress who dreams of becoming a great singer. Only problem is, she’s […]

Golden Girls

We’ve got a thing for older women. Yep, it’s true. But until Absolutely Fabulous The Movie opens in July, we have an all-new season of Grace And Frankie to give us our fix of aging gals up to crazy hijinks. We always knew a comedy re-teaming Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda would be right in our big gay wheelhouse, even […]

You Know Jack (& George)

Think you’ve been together with your man a long time? Or that blind date last week seemed to last an eternity? Try being with the same man for 54 years. When it comes to gay icons in Dallas, there are no more wonderful men to represent all the best things of our community than Jack Evans and George Harris. You’ve […]