Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!


Queer Eye, Science Guy

Crazy on the outside, thoughtful on the inside. This describes some of our favorite people in the world. And now it’s our overall impression of Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness’ newest show. Debuting today is Getting Curious With Jonathan Van Ness, a Netflix series based on their podcast of the same name.  Just as it sounds, JVN dives into […]

Guys & Galas

If you’ve been itching to get back into your black-tie finest, you don’t have to wait until October. Tickets are on sale for the Turtle Creek Chorale’s Rhapsody Benefit Gala. Proceeds benefit both the TCC and Black Theatre United and if you purchase VIP tickets, you’re in for several hours of non-stop entertainment and socializing (not to mention an open […]

how a stalker can ruin someone's reputation

To Catch A Stalker

Three of our biggest fears: Going to prison for a crime we didn’t commit. Getting buried alive. Cilantro. Well, now thanks to the latest book from Jameson Farn, we can add cyberstalking to that list. Stalker Craig is the outrageously terrifying true story of the gay author’s real-life stalker and how his friendship with another gay man devolved into a […]

Everything’s Coming Up Rosés

Rosé has been enjoying years of popularity and we’ve definitely partaken of at least one full barrel’s worth of the wine all by ourselves. But now, it’s time for pink-hued tequila to have its moment of superstardom. Calirosa Tequila Rosa Blanco is easily the prettiest tequila we’ve ever tasted. It’s also one of the most delicately complex thanks to a […]

Wham! Bam! Thank You, George Michael.

It’s been only five years since pop icon and part-time Dallas resident George Michael left this earth, but it feels like forever sometimes. We’ll always have his music to remind us of his boundary- and genre-pushing music, but now we have the chance to go a little deeper into his universe. This Saturday, The Life and Music of George Michael […]

Outside Frozy, Inside Cozy

Our parents’ vacation home always has a sign outside in winter declaring, “Outside Frozy, Inside Cozy” and it’s one of our favorite sentiments anytime we get cold. And with the frigid temperatures we’ve been having in Dallas lately—plus a mean bout of Covid—we’ve been camping out in bed for more than a week now. Luckily, most of the past few […]

Brunch Of The Week: Pretty Eggs All In A Row

Elegant without being stuffy. Laidback without being boring. Charming without trying too hard. Yes, we know. Those descriptions all represent our personal traits (and dating profile bullet points), but they also perfectly apply to the brunch scene at Elm & Good inside the Kimpton Pittman Hotel in Deep Ellum. This genteel spot under the culinary leadership of chef Graham Dodds […]

We-e-e-e Will Always Love Her

When the night falls, loneliness won’t be calling this Saturday. Instead, it will be the triumphant voice of Mexican singer Fela Dominguez (pictured above) channeling Whitney Houston as she has countless time before, including Broadway’s The Bodyguard in Mexico and Spain. Fela in Concert: A Tribute to Whitney Houston presented by Irving Symphony Orchestra will feature all the Houston hits […]

Rhymes With Mariah

CinéWilde‘s back for another season! And now that they’ve received an Art Activate grant from the City of Dallas’ Office of Arts and Culture, expect even greater things than usual. Kicking off the new 2022 season, the 2011 Sundance Film Festival award-winning movie Pariah explores the coming of age of a person of color, examining every corner of their life. […]

Ah, Hell

True story: Our childhood dog was named Persephone. And that’s the only bit of Greek mythology we ever loved. Well, except the tweenage boner we got for Harry Hamlin in Clash of the Titans. But we’ll give the genre another chance as Persephone takes the stage alongside Orpheus, Eurydice and King Hades in the Broadway musical, Hadestown, coming to Winspear […]