Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!


Class Act

There are times when we really miss being in school. Mostly because there are no spelling bees in the real world. And we really kicked butt in spelling bees. B-U-T-T. Yet we can still get a taste of our days in lower education in a more adult way—with booze. That’s why we’re looking forward to next week’s back-to-school themed fundraiser […]

Diamond Is A Gay’s Best Friend

We love a good whip. And also a good Whip. So when we heard that The Whippersnapper is launching Ruby’s Thirsty Thursday Drag Show this week (and every first Thursday), we were stoked. UPDATE: The venue had to change the premiere date to Thursday, April 11. Starring Ruby Diamond and her BFFs Aaron Rey, Kolby Jack Davenport, and Evah Destruction, […]

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, […]

Brunch Of The Week: Modern Family-Style

Trying to decide where to go to brunch can be stressful enough. Then choosing what to eat can really test your problem-solving skills. (Oh, that’s why we drink so many mimosas.) But there’s an Uptown favorite that makes brunching fun, easy and super social. Every weekend, The Rustic hosts a Jam & Toast Brunch with family-style eats from 10:00 a.m. […]

By George!

This weekend’s gonna be huge for fans of Seinfeld. Also, fans of Broadway. Not to mention anyone who loves to laugh. And if you’re fall into all three categories, you’ll truly be in paradise. That’s because Tony Award-winning actor Jason Alexander joins the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for three shows from tonight to Sunday for a musical extravanza filled with show […]

Anxiety, Doubt and A Dash of Voltaire

It started as soon as we got to baggage claim in Washington on Wednesday of last week. As most of the people I could see were wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, or were with someone who was, or were just wearing sweat suits in camouflage, a wave of anxiety started to roll over me. It didn’t get any […]

The 701 Club: Inauguration, Instigation & Inaccuracy

Behold these new beginnings, these retributions and these liberties. Inauguration: God Bless America! Our new President, Donald J. Trump, has been officially coronated, er, inaugurated and is hard at work making America great again! Already, the White House web pages for the Mexicans and Sodomites have been removed. Brother Donald, being a fine Christian man, entered his new home in […]

The Password Is…Inauguration

So here’s the deal. I’m meeting a friend for lunch, and she’s running a little late. The restaurant is not very busy, just a couple of ladies at a nearby table. After ordering a cup of coffee, my ears prick up when the word of the day bangs against my eardrum from one of the ladies. Inauguration. Now I was […]

The 701 Club: Memories, Monarchies & Motels

Let us ponder the three ring circuses coming and going in our land. Memories: The end of an era has come to pass. Ringling Brothers/Barnum & Bailey Circus has folded its tent after 146 years of three-ring performances. Ah, the memories of watching foreigners flying through the air from one swing to the next, pedophiles disguised as clowns chasing small […]

That’s Entertainment!

Based on some of the comments that came across my Facebook feed following Meryl Streep’s Golden Globes speech, I may be in the minority when I say I love it when celebrities get all political. It’s highly entertaining. Having sold a part of themselves on the personal level to get where they are, we the public feel we own a […]