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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 […]

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 in New York City. So we know that Amazon has become a one-stop shop for all things LGBTQ. They’re also the go-to place on your television for the gayest lineup […]

Brunch Of The Week: Mimosas & A Movie

Tired of making conversation at brunch? Fear not, we have the perfect alternative whether you’re craving Beetlejuice and breakfast tacos, Casablanca and chilaquiles, or Final Destination and French toast. All DFW Alamo Drafthouse locations serve a handful of delicious egg dishes all day every day, so you can schedule brunch when it’s convenient for you—not when polite society says you […]

LGBTQ: Let’s Go Be Theatrical, Queens!

Even though we’re in the prime of patio season right now, there are soooo many reasons to go indoors. At least for a couple hours at a time. The arts calendar this week offers a multitude of (OK, three) fab shows of LGBT interest that will leave you not just entertained, but pondering the world around you in entirely new ways. […]

Whozits And Whatzits Galore

If you see only one Polish mermaid musical this year, it should be The Lure. This bizarre film filled with elaborately choreographed dance numbers and a pair of sisters singing siren songs couldn’t be more appropriate for the bizarro world we live in today. In fact, it’s so truly crazy, Kellyanne Conway thinks it’s a documentary. Unlike Bowling Green, however, there […]

T.G.I. Friday the 13th

Don’t wander into the woods today. And probably a good idea to avoid any sporting goods stores, too. Yep, it’s Friday the 13th, an otherwise random day of the month we always associate with one thing: grisly, grisly murder by an unstoppable dude wearing a hockey mask. Today isn’t just the unluckiest Friday this year (until next Friday, of course), […]

Away In A Steam Room

We like our religion with a healthy dose of sac. And that’s exactly what the guys at Steam Room Stories have delivered this holiday. In addition to being very naughty and sacrilegious, the very special episode also features the usual scantily clad hunks wrapped in nothing but towels having deep-and-meaningful conversations. The importance of those discussions ramp up a notch […]

Foster Imposter

Millions of people supporting a fraud. Why does that sound so familiar? Oh yeah, it’s a huge plot point in Florence Foster Jenkins, out today on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download. The feel-good Meryl Streep-Hugh Grant flick may not have been a huge box office hit, but we simply adored it and the message it conveyed. Now you can own […]

Big-Screen Cheer

For the love of Ralphie, it’s time for a change! After years of watching the 24-hour marathon of A Christmas Story on TBS with the gazillions of commercials, we’re ready to see the holiday classic at a real theater. Thankfully, The Texas Theatre has not just one, but two great films lined up for the remainder of its Merry Merry […]

WeHomicide

Sexy go-go boys. Creepy clowns. Bitchy lesbians. Drag queen hypnotists. Ambulance-chasing psychiatrists. Humorless detectives. And plenty of murder. That’s just the top of the laundry list of what’s in store for you in Kiss Me, Kill Me, a thoroughly entertaining psychological thriller out today on Video On Demand and DVD. From the Hitchcockian title sequence to the final credit scroll, […]