Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!


Turtley, Creeky, Artsy

Ready to bask in some fresh air? (And hopefully some sun?) One of the city’s best arts festivals returns for a spring edition this weekend. The Turtle Creek Fine Arts Festival kicks off this Saturday at the 43-acre Reverchon Park with up to 125 painters, photographers, sculptors, glass blowers, jewelers, and crafters showcasing their talents. The festival also features artist demonstrations, live […]

Brunch Of The Week: Chickening Out On Cedar Springs

We just had a major realization. Is there even such a thing as a healthy brunch? And if there is, why would anyone go? For us, the joys of brunch are many: Gathering with friends. Drinking with friends. Eating decadent food that’s been deep-fried and is now dripping in hollandaise sauce, served with a side of bacon, sausage, pancakes, waffles […]

The World Is A Stage (& So Is Theatre Three)

The show must go on, and for Theatre Three it’s about to go on after way too long a hiatus. But before they kick off the 2021-2022 season, they’re looking for the best talent in the area—both onstage and behind the scenes. This Friday evening, Artistic Director Jeffrey Schmidt, Associate Artistic Director Christie Vela, Executive Director Charlie Beavers and Joel […]

What To Do This Pride Weekend In Dallas

Happy Pride Month, Dallas! Even though there’s no parade this year, we’re thrilled to have several events to celebrate our love of the Dallas LGBTQ community. And with some careful planning, you can attend them all! The official Dallas Pride events take place this Friday and Saturday at Fair Park. Update: Due to expected inclement weather, events have moved indoors. […]

Takeout Of The Week: Just Say Dough

Opening a restaurant during a pandemic — and citywide shut-down of dining rooms — should make Khanh Nguyen seem like a crazy person. Instead, we actually think he’s psychic. Because long before all this COVID stuff changed our lives, he had a vision of a take-out-and-delivery-only location in the gayborhood of his popular local pizza chain, ZaLat. Known for offering […]

15 Candles

This weekend, a gayborhood institution hits a major milestone. On Friday night, join us in congratulating Alexandre’s as they celebrate 15 years of fantastic cocktails and even more fantastic live music entertainment. Party like its 2004 with a variety of performers throughout the night at an evening hosted by Kimberly Oliver and a full band. Expect champagne toasts, cocktail fountains […]

The Hole Shebang

We love a good foursome. But sometimes it takes a few days to get one together. That’s why we’re giving you some notice to gather three buddies to form a quartet for LifeWalk‘s Team Clover Open. Year after year, this putt-putt-putting business crawl takes you and your friends around to key gayborhood establishments for a 12-hole game unlike any other. […]

Magic Mic

Do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do! Singers get the chance to shine this week as two separate competitions kick off in the gayborhood. First up is the premiere tonight of Saloon Star at the Round-Up. Auditions were held last Friday for a singing competition every Wednesday night for 12 weeks until the final round on July 10. So come in tonight and start looking for […]

Brunch Of The Week: Just The Tap

If you’re like us, many a Sunday brunch ends up with us twerking on the balcony at JR’s. Or stumbling around the dance floor at the Round-Up. So why not save a little money on Lyft and be able to bar-hop on foot after filling up on eggs and mimosas? That’s why the weekend brunch at Cedar Springs Tap House […]

O’Boy, O’Boy!

Beware the Ides of March! Or calm down and have a drink instead. St. Patrick’s Day may not be until Sunday, but Woody’s kicks off the Irish-themed shenanigans starting today, culminating in a green–beer-soaked Sunday Funday. Drink specials, great music, and the chance to pinch a bunch of guys in the name of them not wearing green? Lucky us. St. […]