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Baby, You’re A Firework

We could drone on and on about things to do on NYE in Dallas, but we’ll keep this story short. We’ve already shared with you all the places you can celebrate the arrival of 2022 in the gayborhood or spend two days dancing in the glow of gazillions of lights and lasers, but if you’re looking for the biggest blowout […]

Baby, You’re A Firework

We could drone on and on about things to do on NYE in Dallas, but we’ll keep this story short. We’ve already shared with you all the places you can celebrate the arrival of 2022 in the gayborhood or spend two days dancing in the glow of gazillions of lights and lasers, but if you’re looking for the biggest blowout […]

Brunch Of The Week: Keep That Ugly Sweater Handy

The day after Christmas has always been a melancholy one for us. All the build-up to a big holiday celebration and then it’s over like a flash. But this year, we have something to look forward to thanks to Lochland’s Food and Spirits and their special ugly-sweater-themed Boxing Day Brunch. Because why not wear your favorite one last time before sending […]

Rockin’ Around The Hannukah Bush

December isn’t just about Christmas. It’s true! We looked it up on Google! In this part of the country, Jewish traditions often get overlooked (or at the very least overshadowed) because of some baby born in a barn or something a long, long time ago in a land far, far away.  But Uptown Players ensures that this year the Christian […]

Music For The Dearly Departed

It’s time to honor the dead again. And not just dropping a few of Nana’s ashes into our martini like we normally do. Instead, The Dallas Symphony Orchestra will be there to help make mourning a beautiful and celebratory experience. This Halloween Sunday at 3:00 p.m., the talented musicians present a beautiful, sometimes haunting musical lineup for their Día de […]

The Breakfast Club (With A Teency Bit Of Murder)

Imagine a world where John Hughes sends five kids into detention, but only four come out alive. (Damn, we wish he’d written a murder mystery now that we think about it.) The Breakfast Club-esque premise starts with the same teen stereotypes in trouble before kicking off a highly dramatic mystery in the new Peacock original, One of Us Is Lying. […]

Jesus Christ & A Superstar

With few (if any) exceptions, we’re highly skeptical of the true motives of televangelists. We think most (if not all) of them are crooks. And the vast majority (if not every single one) pose a threat to LGBTQ+ people in some form or fashion. But that’s a rant for another day. Back in 2000, we met Tammy Faye Bakker when […]

The Stars At Night Are Big & Bright

Deep in the heart of Station 4 inside the Rose Room, the Greg Dollgener Memorial AIDS Fund (GDMAF) presents Night of Stars. The annual LifeWalk Team Metro fundraiser welcomes the gorgeous and talented A’Keria C. Davenport from the RuPaul’s Drag Race runway to our own local drag stage for a lip-syncing, eleganza extravaganza—for a great cause. Hosted by the hilarious […]

Your Queer Music Playlist This Memorial Day Weekend

It’s the final weekend before Pride Month and two queer artists have new music out that couldn’t be more different. First up, Aja (whom you’ll remember from RuPaul’s Drag Race). Their new album, CROWN, dropped last week with a whopping 20 songs, giving you plenty of bang for your LGBTQ music buck. Check out one of our favorite tracks, “Like […]

Listen Up, Bitches

And male dogs, too. Ask your owners now to brush up on your tricks and get your favorite outfits to the doggie dry cleaners. Because this Friday, MUTTS Canine Cantina in Dallas and Fort Worth will be hosting a series of competitions followed by an outdoor movie screening of the always-hilarious Best in Show. You can compete in categories including Best […]

Shady In Red

Dare we put it in writing, but it’s quite possible I Care A Lot is the best Netflix film we’ve ever seen. The story follows Marla Grayson (played by the mesmerizing Rosamund Pike), a professional, court-appointed guardian for the elderly. What seems to be an act of kindness to many people (including an incredibly inept, gullible judge) in reality is […]