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A Fond Farewell

If you’re a member of the LGBT community in Dallas, Michael Doughman impacted your life—whether you know it or not. For years, he shaped Dallas Pride into the massive celebration […]

Brunch Of The Week: Que Bella!

Nothing quite like vegging out during brunch—now in more ways than one! Houston-based Bellagreen hasn’t been in Dallas long, but once the location at The Hill opened, it’s quickly become […]

Bottoms Up!

Victory is ours! After so many years of ho-hummery in Victory Park, it’s exciting to see the district surrounding American Airlines Center finally coming into its own. Not only as […]

Hip Hop Hooray

Tired of Paloozas? Perhaps we might interest you in a Chella. This Saturday in celebration of Juneteenth weekend, I Heart Dallas presents Daychella, a swanky party for the LGBTQ community […]

Pridetime Television

We’ve already turned to Amazon Prime for the majority of our Pride Month purchases, from rainbow stickers to pass out to paradegoers to costumes for parties when we’re at WorldPride […]

The Rainbow Confection

Got a little sugar in your step? Want a little more? In a land where baking cakes for LGBTQ people still causes controversy, it’s always a welcome change for a […]

Loofah Those Low-Hangers

Whether you’re purchasing something for your father (or just your favorite Daddy), the gift of personal hygiene never goes out of style. And we’re talking really personal. Who among us […]

Picture Perfect

First, it was cupcakes. Then macarons, poké shops, and handroll sushi joints. And don’t even get us started on all the rent-by-the-hour bike and scooter companies. You can pretty much […]

Brunch Of The Week: Wake Up & Smell The Pizza

We’ve never been fond of cold pizza in the morning. No matter how hungover and/or starving we might be. Hot pizza in the morning? Well, that’s an entirely different story. […]

A New Orleans Story

Pride Month celebrations are typically that: celebrations. But we must never forget the struggles and devastating tragedies that allow us the freedom today to be out, proud, and decked out […]