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Who You Callin’ Queen? Oh, These Guys.

Have nothing to do Tuesday night? Perhaps you’d like to do the Fandango, you little Scaramouche, you. Last-minute tickets are still available for next week’s Queen + Adam Lambert concert at American Airlines Center with 18,000 of your soon-to-be closest friends. Even though regular priced tickets are already sold out, you should totally go if you can afford the resale […]

It’s All About You

Self-esteem takes center stage right alongside the Turtle Creek Chorale for their next concert series and we can’t wait. You Are Light takes the works of beloved author and speaker Brené Brown and turns her message of self-worth into a beautiful musical escape. The concert will touch on the topics of mental health, suicide awareness, honoring and building up dignity […]

Who’s Ready To Palooz?

We want to rock and roll all night. And party every day. And, well, rock and roll in the afternoon and party at night, too. Maybe we should just say we wanna rock, roll and party 24/7. So it’s a good thing that the annual Suesapalooza music festival returns to Sue Ellen’s this weekend. Pick up tickets from your favorite bartender […]

Do-Re-Mi-Fa-Soleil

Sing it from the mountaintops!  Cirque du Soleil is back in town with a new show filled with sexy performers who can bend into all sorts of crazy positions. (Not-so-secretly jealous as hell.) Amaluna kicks off Wednesday under the big top at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie for more than a month of jaw-dropping, music-filled performances set on a […]

Brunch Of The Week: We Love Men With Big Eggplants

With Thanksgiving a week away, we’re already anticipating the inevitable weight gain and overindulgence. And like most Americans, we’ll probably consume way too many animal products, as much as we’re trying to cut back. So in a very small way to atone for our carnivorous sins, we’re encouraging everyone reading this to go vegan for brunch this weekend at one of the […]

Join The Tee Party

The only thing we like better than a graphic tee is ripping it off the hot guy wearing it. But we also enjoy sporting them ourselves nearly every day as part of our “writer uniform.” So we’re proud to introduce you to one of our favorite new gay-owned businesses, Monkey & The Bee. The Dallas-based company produces a variety of wearables with […]

To Zombie Or Not To Zombie

The good thing about a zombie party is that even if you forget to dress up, all you have to do is contort your body a bit, stare blankly into the distance, and moan like you’re in utter agony. Sort of like sex with Donald Trump. This Friday, the annual Zombie Pub Crawl invades the Caven bars of Cedar Springs: TMC, […]

Hip Locks & Tongue Pops

Forget the Zombie Apocalypse. Dancing Queenmageddon is upon us. Yesterday, Cher’s new album, Dancing Queen, debuted.  One week later, Alyssa Edwards’ new Netflix show of the same name premieres. Order up some Dairy Queen while listening to Cher’s ABBA covers before you watch the first episode of the reality series and you’ve got yourself one DQ Extravaganza! Next Friday, start binging the […]

Brunch Of The Week: Cure For The Common Hangover

It’s always that last vodka soda that sends of over the edge. Actually, we tend to get worse hangovers from red wine. Mixed with vodka sodas. But whatever. Brunch is about to cure you of everything that ails you. At least if you head to Tillman’s Roadhouse in Bishop Arts District. Make reservations now for this weekend and drink as much as you […]

An Explosion Of Love

The timer ticks. Heartbeats accelerate. Then, the bomb goes off. Kaboom! Fortunately, in this case we’re not talking about a weapon of mass destruction, but a kinder, gentler, more socially conscious QueerBomb. And it’s set to detonate this weekend at Main Street Garden in downtown Dallas with an explosion of positivity and inclusiveness. Because Dallas celebrates Pride in September, our community often […]