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Flower Power

Happy Pride Week, everyone! Hope you enjoyed your extra-long weekend and are ready to celebrate all the fantastic events planned this weekend. If you haven’t consulted our comprehensive PRIDE GUIDE, definitely check it out for a full list of fabulous LGBTQ activities all week long (and beyond Sunday’s parade!) We’ll be highlighting some of our must-attend recommendations the rest of […]

Dia De Los Maestros

In Latino cultures, the day after Halloween finds people celebrating the lives of deceased loved ones. In Dallas, this year’s November 1 festivities will be all about food, glorious food—at least if you’re hanging out with us and a few of our favorite masters of food. An Evening with Wolfgang Puck, Dean Fearing and Robert Del Grande takes place Thursday night at Five […]

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 […]

Severing Ties, Serving Dessert

Our friends are never very happy when we demand a cover charge for our dinner parties. Trader Joe’s flatbreads don’t grow on trees, after all, yet they don’t seem to understand that. But there’s one day a year when our favorite group of gays doesn’t mind forking over cash to sit down at our dining room table. It’s all part […]

Sup, Dudes

Prepare for pleasure overload. Because the exclusive Lexus Supper Club is kicking off its 2015 series on May 11 with a three-course dinner and wine at FT33 and Chef Matt McCallister. The meal will be incredible (pleasurable for your mouth), but you have the rare opportunity for you and a guest to dine at this invitation-only VIP dinner for free […]

Gay Awards Night

My how time flies when you’re making an economic impact. For those of us who were around when the concept was in its infancy, it’s hard to believe that 10 years has passed since the North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce began. Few cities have an LGBT community organized enough or large enough to support a dedicated business organization like […]