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Sick Of Your Current Doctor?

Well, well, well. That’s the state of health we prefer to maintain, but sometimes life throws us a curveball in the form of a terrible cold. A splinter in a precarious place. Or a nasty case of Chlamydia (oops). Regardless of what ails us, however, we want to see a doctor who truly understands us and our unique needs as […]

They Are The Champions (& So Are You)

It only takes one voice to create change. Fortunately, we all have voices and the ability to do the same—together. This Thursday, join us at Champions for Change, a panel discussion presented by Resource Center and Equality Texas. During the event, special guests including Congressman Colin Allred and State Representatives Julie Johnson and Jessica Gonzalez will talk about the next […]

Brunch Of The Week: With Liberty & Mimosas For All

Getting us north of 635 takes a lot. Usually the promise of fame, fortune and french fries, but we made an exception this past weekend and opted for just one of the three. Liberty Burger‘s Keller Springs location launched brunch at the end of June and because we love Liberty Burger for lunch and dinner, we figured we’d load some […]

Orange You Glad You Binged?

We love shows about murder. And prison. Mostly because we’re fascinated by those subjects, but don’t ever, ever want either to happen to us. At least women-in-prison television series make the whole ordeal seem slightly more civilized than men’s prisons, but still count us out. When it comes to ladies gone unlawful, we still can’t decide whether we like Wentworth […]

Block Party People

Sometimes we take to the streets to protest. But Friday night, we take to the streets to party! (With the biggest rainbow exclamation point imaginable.) The Dallas Arts District plays host once again to an epic Pride Block Party celebrating all things LGBTQ across multiple arts venues. With Pride-themed tours, performances, movies, local artists, food trucks, makers and artisans, drag […]

Tune In Tonight

Your Pride Month entertainment choices have expanded once again! Tonight, we celebrate the premiere of two new documentaries. Over on HBO, it’s Wig, which focuses on the art of drag and more specifically, the grandiose gathering that was Wigstock. Meanwhile, over on your local PBS affiliate, The Lavender Scare uncovers the shocking efforts of the U.S. government to eradicate LGBTQ […]

Genie & A Bottle

Summon your Lyft Magic Carpet and head to the Round-Up tonight for a bottle of beer and some supernaturally great entertainment. There, you’ll find a whole new world as the touring cast members of Broadway’s Aladdin take over the stage to sing their favorite country songs and other hit numbers from Texas artists. (We’re sure they’re tired of all those […]

Flower Power

Happy Pride Week, everyone! Hope you enjoyed your extra-long weekend and are ready to celebrate all the fantastic events planned this weekend. If you haven’t consulted our comprehensive PRIDE GUIDE, definitely check it out for a full list of fabulous LGBTQ activities all week long (and beyond Sunday’s parade!) We’ll be highlighting some of our must-attend recommendations the rest of […]

Wanda, Weezy, Wow

What a week for Wanda Sykes. Today, her Netflix standup comedy special, Wanda Sykes: Not Normal debuts and true to form, nothing is off-limits to the comedian. Trump, to our delight, gets plenty of skewering (which requires a mighty long skewer to get through the blubber). Her material makes for 66 LOL minutes that will leave you ROTFL. Then tomorrow […]

Who’s Ready To Palooz?

We want to rock and roll all night. And party every day. And, well, rock and roll in the afternoon and party at night, too. Maybe we should just say we wanna rock, roll and party 24/7. So it’s a good thing that the annual Suesapalooza music festival returns to Sue Ellen’s this weekend. Pick up tickets from your favorite bartender […]