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The Art Of Pride

Not all Pride events take place on the dance floor or city streets. Sometimes, they’re in glorious air-conditioned, art-filled spaces, too. This Thursday, mere steps from the weekend’s Pride celebration home base of Fair Park, Inclusionary Vision: A Story of Pride opens at Maestri Gallery. Featuring LGBTQ-themed works about inclusion from artists Andrew Sedgwick Guth, Trevor Mikula, and other local […]

Fair-y Pride

Change never comes easy. Some people love the idea of starting over while others prefer to keep things status quo forever. That couldn’t be truer of this year’s Dallas Pride celebrations (including the Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade), which have moved from September in the gayborhood to June in Fair Park. We’ve seen plenty of praise and complaints alike and […]

Man’s Best Friend’s Best Holiday Event

Get down on all fours and invite your favorite furry friend to a holiday event all about pets. Enjoy holiday shopping with more than 100 exhibitors featuring all things perfect and pretty for pets and their owners. Grab a photo with Santa, check out the interactive art exhibit for dogs, and enjoy a crazy session of goat yoga, too. There […]

The Best Way To Spread Christmas Cheer

The surest way to cure bah-humbugitis: Watching Elf on a loop. An even better way? Add music. Tomorrow through Sunday, ELF The Musical livens up the Music Hall at Fair Park for a limited run. Buddy and all his friends make the leap from the screen to the stage in a silly, joyful and LOL-hilarious romp that’ll cure even the Scroogiest among […]

Get On Board The Chew Chew Train

We’ve been fasting all year in preparation for this. And by all year, we mean the past two hours. (We have no willpower.) Savor Dallas returns next weekend with a nonstop culinary journey through the menus of the best restaurants in DFW. The festivities kick off Thursday with ‘Cue It Up, a BBQ-themed event at Dallas Farmers Market. Friday, the […]

Putting The Broad In Broadway

Ever wanted to see a trio of Broadway divas up close? Like really up close? Then you’re going to want to get to clicking on the ticket link for Broadway’s Leading Ladies. Featuring Tony Award-winning performers Cady Huffman, Donna McKechnie and Judy Kaye, the evening of music takes place all around your seats. Which are on the stage. For 75-minutes on one night […]

Simply Divine

Long before RuPaul, there was another drag queen that hit it mainstream big. Or actually on the outer-outer-outer fringe of the mainstream. But big nonetheless. Her name was Divine and she was John Waters’ muse, appearing in many of his most notable–and notorious–films. Tonight, Giant Entertainment presents Divine, Live at the Boom Boom Room! at the Margo Jones Theatre in Fair Park. […]

Great Dayne

When it comes to certified gay icons, Taylor Dayne is always toward the top of the list. She plays at Pride events all over the world and seems to genuinely love her LGBT fans. Well, tonight’s your chance to see the legendary diva and singer of “Tell It to My Heart” and “Love Will Lead You Back” for free. Yep, […]

Don’t Stare Directly At The Titties

Gotta love a cabaret! But don’t worry, the one we’re about to promote has nothing to do with tassels. (At least we don’t think so.) Tomorrow night, our very own triple threat, Paul J. Williams (a.k.a. Sister Helen Holy), will perform a one-night cabaret show called I Didn’t Know He Could Sing. He’ll also tell stories, but mostly it’s about hearing his […]

Lee Lee Land

  Cabernet. Cabaret. Repeat. Cabernet. Cabaret. Repeat. Cabernet. Cabaret. Repeat. That’s our motto starting tonight when one of our all-time favorite performers and Uptown Players scene-stealer, Denise Lee (pictured above), kicks off the third season of the live music series, “Life Is a Cabaret” at the Women’s Museum Building at Fair Park. Tonight’s Valentine’s Day-themed show, Where’s My Candy?, puts the talented […]