Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

social distancing

Awaken Again

Have you heard the word of your body? If you don’t know that reference, perhaps it’s time you sit back this weekend and watch a production of Spring Awakening from the comfort of your whatever-you-sit-on at home. The University of Texas at Arlington’s Maverick Theatre Company presents the rock musical, based on the 1891 German play that delves into coming-of-age […]

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 […]

Grass Half Full

Living only a few blocks from the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, we’re used to hearing music dancing on the wind and into our back yard every Thursday night from spring to fall. But last year, silence. One of the many casualties of the pandemic was the cancellation of Cool Thursdays. The wildly popular outdoor concert series makes its triumphant […]

Sooo MILFy

We’ve been so excited about the inauguration festivities that we almost forgot to write today’s story. Fortunately, we haven’t completely lost our marbles yet. But that’s more than we can say for the crazy gals over at Sassy’s Cougar Cabaret at the Round-Up. The new drag variety show debuted earlier this month and we’ve heard fantastic things about it. We’re […]

Howdy, Photo Op!

Unless you’ve been living under a deep-fried rock, by now you’ve heard that the State Fair of Texas will be launching a drive-thru experience starting next weekend under the shadow of Big Tex and his size-70 appendage(s). What you might not know yet is that this weekend for only $25 you can drive through for a professional photo opportunity with […]

Out Of The Closet

Ready to join the purge? No, we don’t mean those Purge movies. Or the TV series. Or even that purge-themed Rick and Morty episode. Instead, the kind of purge we’re talking about will make you feel good—without a single murder. Oak Lawn United Methodist Church hosts a Drive ‘n’ Drop donation event this Saturday, so you have some time to […]

Got Some Funk On Your Trunk?

Other than two road trips within the past five months, we’ve only purchased three tanks of gas for our car. Total. Because we’re still not driving much, our car’s beginning to feel a little neglected. And beginning to look a whole lot dirty. Another side effect of not getting out on the town as often is only seeing occasional eye […]

Vomit With Your Besties

We’ve never been huge fans of partying with large groups of randos. These days, the thought makes us really cringe. But the good folks over at Rainbow Vomit earlier this summer debuted a way to enjoy their signature multi-colored experience space with only those you trust. Even if it’s just you, yourself and, well, you. (That doesn’t work nearly as […]

Bears, Beards & Bulges

If there’s one thing we’re tired of right now, it’s the sight of our own peen. Sure, it’s groomed, gorgeous and a real crowd-pleaser, but after 58 days of self-isolation we’re ready for some variety. Thankfully, like the famed carnivoran mammals of the Goldilocks fairy tale, some bears are offering up some things that are too hard, too soft and […]

Takeout Of The Week: Dumplings For Days

The Dallas restaurant scene will never be the same again. That’s a fact, but not necessarily one that signifies only doom and gloom. Restaurants have really impressed us with innovating new ways to satisfy our hunger and thirst and keep everyone safe, too. As some restaurants opened their patios and dining rooms to 25% capacity in recent days, we’ve been […]