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Brunch Of The Moment: Eggs & Legs & Blockbuster Movies

A girl’s gotta eat. And when we do, odds are it’s during brunch. So we’re thrilled that Alamo Drafthouse Cinema has a full lineup of LGBTQ movies for the month of June, with several of them screening during Saturday and Sunday brunch. Each Saturday and Sunday for the rest of the month, catch Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Party Girl, […]

Get Your Buns To The Gayborhood’s Newest Burger Joint

If you’re getting déjà vu over the recent announcement of Dallas getting a Hamburger Mary’s, you’re not the only one. We remember fondly the Hamburger Mary’s on Lemmon Avenue several years back, but we’re more than confident that this right-in-the-gayborhood reboot of the popular franchise will be far more successful. Especially to all of us wishing to celebrate and support the […]

Lordy, Lordy, Look Who’s 40!

Dallas Pride hits a milestone celebration this year: four decades of taking the LGBTQ message of equality to the streets! We get asked often about Dallas’ two Pride celebrations. So in case you’re one of the many still questioning this, don’t worry. You’re clearly not alone. This weekend, the Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade (the one that used to be […]

Travel Tuesday: A River Runs Through Pride

Celebrating Pride in Texas couldn’t be more critical to the queer community as our legislators aim to increase our inequality once again.  Locally, the first of Dallas’ two annual  Pride events kicks off this weekend (more details on that tomorrow), but if you’re looking to get away next weekend, consider San Antonio. For the second year in a row, the city […]

Hot, Phat & Juicy

Spend your Sunday Funday sucking heads. It’s OK to watch, too, if that’s not your thing. Find mudbugs galore at My Big Phat Lesbian Crawfish Boil this Sunday at Sue Ellen’s. In addition to all the swamp seafood, feast your ears on live music from Avery Berk, along with extreme body painting, face painters and a beer pong tournament. Tickets […]

Save A Road Trip, Ride A Cowboy

Whoa, Nellies!  We are so ready for a long weekend—and hopefully a few other long things, too. For those of you staying in town for the four-day Memorial Day weekend, the Round-Up Saloon has your staycation agenda booked solid with back-to-back events starting Thursday and going into the wee hours of Monday morning. On Thursday, it’s a ServicePop Dance Party […]

Travel Tuesday: Broadway Bound, Baby!

If we can make it there, we’ll make it there as many times a year as possible! We didn’t realize how much we’d miss New York City until our two years away during the height of the pandemic. So we’ve been making up for lost time with two visits this year. It all started with a quick trip in February […]

The Art Of The Wheel

We have a whole month’s worth of Pride entertainment, experiences, products and events to tell you about this June. But Ride Alto has gotten a jump on the season of rainbows with its latest endeavor: Alto Art Cars. The latest to roll out in Dallas and the rideshare company‘s five other markets marks a collaboration with legendary, gay, Texas-born photographer […]

Gayborhood Spotlight: Yummy As Cluck

If you’ve been following our soap opera-worthy lives of late, you know we’ve been living temporarily in the gayborhood for the past few weeks. So we’ve been hitting up every LGBTQ haunt one by one, taking full advantage of our proximity to so much fun. (Our bar tabs alone prove the latter.) After months of promising ourselves we’d get into […]

What All The Cruel Kids Are Doing

The 1990s had a lot of defining films that contributed to our gay evolution. Clueless. In & Out. The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Paris Is Burning. And most definitely Cruel Intentions. Coming June 2 to the Kalita Humphreys Theater, Uptown Players presents Cruel Intentions: the ‘90s Musical. We can’t wait. The first-ever co-production between Uptown Players and […]