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Fundraiser

Picture Yourself Here (Sorta)

In an alternate universe, the Oak Cliff Film Festival would be kicking off this evening with a slate of fabulous movies from some truly creative people. Alas, none of us are too eager to be muffin-top-to-muffin-top with a stranger in the theater seat next to us. Luckily, the show will go on in a format we’ve all gotten very used […]

Marsha, Marsha, Marsha

Happy Pride Month, everyone! While this year things will certainly feel very different from celebrations past, some things never change. And that includes the glamorous stylings of Marsha Dimes. She’s back this week with another virtual edition of Marsha and Friends Drag Brunch, a Facebook Live event that features your food and drink, but all the wild entertainment you’ve come […]

Dress Up, Why Don’t You?

Enough with the dress shirt/no pants ensemble you’ve been sporting for all those Zoom meetings. Tonight there’s a happy hour and even though it’s another virtual experience, why not go ahead and throw on something nice? Comb your hair, shave your beard, spritz a little cologne. Sure, nobody will see you on Facebook Live when Black Tie Dinner hosts its […]

Howdy Duty

We’ve lived in Dallas for nearly 25 years and don’t own a single pair of cowboy boots. And our hairdo simply can’t handle the devastating effect of a 10-gallon hat. But give us a gawl-dang western theme party and we’ll show up in head-to-toe denim. With a spur up our butt for good measure. In a little less than a […]

Out/Standing In His Field

Who’s ready to have a Grand old time? Or more accurately, a Grand young time. (Singer Steve Grand’s only 30 years old, for Pete’s sake.) The ultra-talented heartthrob comes to Dallas for a one-night-only benefit for the Suicide & Crisis Center of North Texas. The intimate concert takes place at SMU’s Bob Hope Theater with our beloved Sister Helen Holy […]

The Way Of The Broad

Our jazz hands are tingling, which can only mean one thing: Broadway Our Way is just around the corner. The annual Uptown Players fundraising extravaganza returns to the Kalita Humphreys Theater this year for a night of music, dancing and plenty of laughs—and that’s just in the line for the men’s room! On stage, B.J. Cleveland and Coy Covington (pictured) […]

Red, Red Ribbons

Yesterday may have been World AIDS Day officially, but we’re ready to commemorate it tomorrow with all our friends at Resource Center. Tuesday, the organization stages its annual Red Ribbon fundraiser to support its many valuable programs and services. Along with a silent auction and holiday ornaments for sale, guests can partake in complimentary chef-crafted savories and desserts, cocktails galore […]

O Come, All Ye Freafkul

O come ye, o come ye! Not only are these lyrics from one of the most famous carols of 1841, it’s also what we scream in bed to guys during the holiday season. And speaking of inappropriate traditions, Cassie Nova returns Monday night to JR’s for her world-famous Holiday Freakmas show. Proceeds from the night of entertainment benefit the Secret […]

Yee To The Haw

The closest we’ve ever come to being confused for a cowboy was the time we got locked out of our house holding a rope and wearing nothing but alligator skin boots. Let’s just say the “Howdy, Pardner!” we received from the locksmith was less than convincing. But next year’s Toast to Life theme, Sequins & Saddles, falls right in our […]

It’s Almost Here!

Are you a November Firster? You know, one of those people who puts up a Christmas tree and turns on the 24/7 holiday channel immediately after throwing the jack-o-lanterns in the mulcher? Then we have a party for you! (Or anyone who wants to get a jump start on the holiday season.) The annual DIFFA/Dallas Wreath Collection returns Thursday, November […]