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It’s George’s World—But You Can Visit

Remember when social media was fun? We do. Then again, we also remember having to hook our computer up to a land-line phone to get on AOL. Well, a new celebrity platform has launched. Called TraceMe, the free app connects fans with celebs in the world of entertainment and sports. It’s all about positive interactions with like-minded people, so trolling […]

Dratchin’ & Snackin’

Fingering chickens. Straight dudes tongue-kissing in the closet. Exposing a watermelon’s gigantic penis. These are just a few of the wonderful things you’ll see in the wild new sketch show, Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack for truTV. The woman who brought Debbie Downer to our lives via Saturday Night Live presents a variety of insanely hilarious, short-attention-span sketches featuring herself […]

Laughter, Completely Uncensored

He held his own against Karen Walker on Will & Grace.  He made us cheer for the underdog in Sordid Lives. And he’s easily, consistently one of the best things on any season of American Horror Story he finds himself in. Next week, Leslie Jordan returns to Dallas in a show to benefit Legacy Counseling Center. Joined by talented singer […]

Gaga-ing Soon

The reason Lady Gaga isn’t in as much of this season’s better-than-normal American Horror Story is because she’s such a busy, busy girl. Her fifth studio album, Joanne, doesn’t come out on October 21. But you can pre-order it today and immediately download “Perfect Illusion” and the new track, “Million Reasons” to tide you over. Lady Gaga – Million Reasons […]

Win “Joanne” From Lady Gaga

We are giving our loyal subscribers a chance to win a copy of Joanne from Lady Gaga. Enter below for your chance to win by 11:59 p.m. on October 14. Winners selected at random. We will email you if you’re a winner, so check your email. a Rafflecopter giveaway

Steele, Some Ho

This isn’t the first time we’ve written about Anne Steele. Or Wendy Ho. And it most likely won’t be the last because we love these two super-talents. Returning to the Rose Room this month, Anne takes the stage first this Saturday. The incredible vocalist will be belting out her best LGBT power anthems and emotional ballads. A week from Sunday, […]

Keep Your Chen Up

Last week, we told you about Idina Menzel’s new album, so it’s only fair that we give some coverage to her Wicked rival, Kristin Chenoweth. (We learned that equal-time thing from the election.) Chenoweth’s latest, The Art of Elegance, showcases her powerful Broadway-busting voice with a diverse set of tracks, including some great Gershwin tunes, but also features some toned-down […]

Tin Roof Rusted?

One of our very first moves was going down on the dance floor. Going down, down, down…to the tune of “Rock Lobster” by the B-52s. Years later during Southern Decadence, we went down on the dance floor, but to a completely different song. And in a completely different context. Well, the iconic 80s party band is returning to North Texas […]

Bowie In A Box

We still miss David Bowie. It’s always difficult to lose any creative legend, but at least Bowie leaves behind an expansive body of work for us to remember him by. Last week, the second in a series of David Bowie boxed sets was released and it’s gonna wow fans old and new. Who Can I Be Now (1974-1976) follows David […]

Art & Love

When Jack Evans passed away this year, the Dallas LGBT community lost not just a great man, but half of one of the best couples to ever showcase their love for one another. Gay or straight. In 2015, they made history as the first same-sex couple to be married in Dallas County after a 55-year “engagement” and became an even […]