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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 […]

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. […]

Who You Callin’ Queen? Oh, These Guys.

Have nothing to do Tuesday night? Perhaps you’d like to do the Fandango, you little Scaramouche, you. Last-minute tickets are still available for next week’s Queen + Adam Lambert concert at American Airlines Center with 18,000 of your soon-to-be closest friends. Even though regular priced tickets are already sold out, you should totally go if you can afford the resale […]

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 […]

Brunch Of The Week: Whoop-E!

Brisket tacos in the morning. Burritos con huevos at night. When it comes to meals at E Bar Tex-Mex, you make all the rules. With breakfast items served all day, every day, brunch is as much a state of mind as it is a platter of eggs. Of course, for the true brunch experience, the East Dallas favorite offers $3 mimosas and […]

My, What A Beautiful Ora

We love seeing big-name stars in smaller performance spaces. One of our all-time favorite concerts was Annie Lennox at SMU’s McFarlin Auditorium because it seemed so up-close-and-personal, yet otherworldly all at once. That’s why we love The Statler Ballroom as a venue. It’s big enough for spectacle, yet feels so much more intimate. On the last Saturday of March, bisexual […]

Leave Your Tie In The Box

If you’re going to Black Tie Dinner this year, we know you’re deep into last-minute getting-gussied-up preparation for this major social event. But this Friday, you can leave the suit and tie (or gown) at home. Kick off Black Tie Dinner Weekend at the annual, casual B4Black Preview Party where you can get a sneak peek of the silent auction—or get […]

F Us Gently With A Chainsaw

What’s old is new again, again. Last week we got the spin-off of a reboot in The Conners. This week, we’ll be treated to what might be the first-ever reboot of a reboot in Heathers. Originally slated to debut as a traditional weekly series earlier in the year, things changed quickly when a school shooting in Florida took place a few weeks […]

Brunch Of The Week: Wake Up & Smell The Tacos

Some people like to turn over in bed and see someone special lying next to them. Other people like to turn over and see a note taped to the pillow that says “Meet me for tacos.” Our preference falls somewhere between the two—with a heavy lean toward the taco scenario. Well, Dallas, we now have another new location on McKinney Avenue […]

Simone Says

What we wouldn’t give to find a time machine to go back and see Nina Simone in concert. Sadly, SpaceX hasn’t started on that technology, but this very minute we’ve decided we no longer even need it. That’s because the remarkable, talented and flat-out gorgeous Denise Lee will be performing the music of the legendary American singer in a concert […]