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Live Music

A Very Todrick Affair

Todrick Hall, the flamboyantly talented multi-hyphenate (singer-dancer-choreographer-influencer-etc-etc-etc) always has something new in the works. And we love that his work is unapologetically gay, gay, gay. The native Texan has a new video out from his album, Femuline Gaymeova called “Rich Forever” and it offers his signature mix of sass and sex (including a starring role for his naked butt). It […]

Sleeping Around Dallas: Making A Splash In The Gayborhood

It’s been more than two decades since we lived in the heart of Oak Lawn and sometimes we genuinely miss being within walking distance of all the bars and restaurants. Not to mention being surrounded by so many beautiful LGBTQ people. So when the Warwick Melrose – Dallas invited us for a romantic weekend with our fiancĂ© to check out […]

Who Wants Ein Stein Of Beer?

Now that museums are back open, we’re so excited to kick the kids out! Well, at least on one night a week now that Thursdays on Tap at the Perot have returned, too. The lineup’s out for the next three weeks in July and the 21-and-over scientific shenanigans sound stupendous! On tap this Thursday, July 1 on the plaza, Cousins […]

It’s Finally Happening!

We like to think we’re pretty patient. But waiting for some of our favorite Cedar Springs hangouts to reopen for more than a year has been pretty excruciating for us. And a lot of other people. Fortunately, tonight, THE. WAIT. IS. OVER! That’s right, if you haven’t already heard it from several gay birdies by now, we’re pleased to tell […]

Brunch Of The Week: A Taste of Costa Rica

Little did we know it at the time, but one of our last international trips before lockdown was our first-ever visit to Costa Rica. And we loved it. First and foremost, the spectacular geography of the country was particularly enchanting, but coming in a very close second was the coffee and food culture. Well, last weekend we got a taste […]

Swirl, Girl

Fifteen wines in one afternoon? Sounds like a typical Tuesday for us, but this weekend you can try a more civilized approach to tasting multiple varietals. Head north for Frisco Uncorked, a one-day event featuring 15 different tastings for only $30 ($35 day-of), plus live entertainment all day. Choose a four-hour window (11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. or 3:00 to […]

In Case You Didn’t Get Enough Green Yesterday

Spring finally arrives this Saturday! So what a wonderful coincidence that The Kessler launches its Spring on the Green series this weekend, too. It’s as if they own a calendar or something. Every Friday and Saturday through May 29, The Kessler presents music, food and drinks on the lawn for some al fresco social distancing fun. Food will be available […]

Luck O’ The (Virtual) Irish

We’ve never been fans of Dallas’ Saint Patrick’s Day Parade, but we know plenty of people who lived for the event. For us, kicking back at home with a nice bottle of Irish whiskey’s far more our speed than huddled in a crowd of people puking up green beer on our shoes. Well, with this year’s parade canceled again (unless […]

Out/Standing In His Field

Who’s ready to have a Grand old time? Or more accurately, a Grand young time. (Singer Steve Grand’s only 30 years old, for Pete’s sake.) The ultra-talented heartthrob comes to Dallas for a one-night-only benefit for the Suicide & Crisis Center of North Texas. The intimate concert takes place at SMU’s Bob Hope Theater with our beloved Sister Helen Holy […]

Brunch Of The Week: Monday Funday

Take a look at that spread. Doesn’t it look tempting? Sure, maybe not quite as tempting as Tom Daley’s spread, but as far as food goes it’s right there at the top. It’s all part of one of our favorite pastimes in town, the Jam+Toast Brunch at The Rustic. Normally only available on Saturday and Sunday, for the long holiday […]