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Think Globally, Eat/Drink Locally

Who wants to take a $10 trip around the globe? All you have to do is head to Trinity Groves this Thursday for the Around the World Crawl to experience the vacation of a lifetime—for your taste buds. Your entry fee gets you access to exclusive drink specials ($3 to $5) as well as food specials, each with international flair […]

Bring On The Heat

We all know it’s hotter than hell outside. But did you know this Sunday the same can be said inside Woody’s? Hotter Than Hell: Drag For A Cause brings the 15th year of the Woody’s Turnabout show to the stage for a one-night extravaganza of hilarity. All your favorite staff members will get in drag to raise money for Resource […]

Like To Push Buttons?

The LGBTQ community is everywhere. Even behind all those 1s and 0s. If you’re a member of the LGBTQ tech community or wish to learn more about it, you have a unique opportunity next week at the LGBTQ+ in Tech Forum to share, learn, and network with others on this exciting career path. Heck, the next great startup business might […]

The Art Of Pride

Not all Pride events take place on the dance floor or city streets. Sometimes, they’re in glorious air-conditioned, art-filled spaces, too. This Thursday, mere steps from the weekend’s Pride celebration home base of Fair Park, Inclusionary Vision: A Story of Pride opens at Maestri Gallery. Featuring LGBTQ-themed works about inclusion from artists Andrew Sedgwick Guth, Trevor Mikula, and other local […]

Condragulations!

Who’s ready for a little Pump and Circumstance? Because this Saturday night there’s gonna be one helluva graduation party at Resource Center. After weeks of rehearsals and mentoring by professional local performers, the University of Drag‘s newest class is ready to strut their stuff. The Youth First program brought together teens 12 to 18 to learn everything there is to […]

Springy. Flingy.

Who’s ready for daddies galore? And mommies? Hmmm, never really thought about it but do lesbians have the female equivalent to the daddy subculture? Either way, you can make a determination on your own at Thrive’s Spring Fling this Friday. The organization (formerly known as Gray Pride) serves LGBTQ adults age 50 and over through a variety of programs. This […]

Booties, Legs, & Balls

Oh wait. We really need to update our vision prescription. That press release we received clearly says “Bootlegger’s Ball.” But we still like our version for a future party if anyone wants to produce it. Until then, put on your favorite flapper dress, gangster outfit, or Duff Beer mascot costume for this year’s Toast to Life: Bootlegger’s Ball. The 1920s-style […]

Time To Get Schooled

To loosely paraphrase Whitney Houston, we believe the children are the future—of drag. If you know any LGBTQ youth aged 12-18 who might enjoy a little extracurricular outrageousness with like-minded kids, send them right to Resource Center’s University of Drag presented by Youth First. Over the course of several free Thursday and Saturday workshops starting February 21, participants will each […]

Party Like It’s 1933

Sure, this year’s Toast to Life theme is Bootlegger’s Ball, but don’t worry, there will be plenty of legal booze. And every drop of it will be 100% legal. For a sneak peek of all the flapper-era festivities, hit up the Toast to Life Mixer this Thursday for complimentary bites and a cash bar at Mille Lire inside the Centrum building. […]

Brush Up On History

Today, we’re in full support of the wall. No, not Trump’s moronic border monstrosity, but rather the southeastern wall of Resource Center’s Nelson-Tebedo Clinic on Cedar Springs Road. This Saturday, join Arttitude for a painting day that brings together members of the community to complete the Dallas Red Foundation’s HIV/AIDS Commemorative Mural. Designed and painted by Lee Madrid, the mural commemorates […]