Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!


Save A Road Trip, Ride A Cowboy

Whoa, Nellies!  We are so ready for a long weekend—and hopefully a few other long things, too. For those of you staying in town for the four-day Memorial Day weekend, the Round-Up Saloon has your staycation agenda booked solid with back-to-back events starting Thursday and going into the wee hours of Monday morning. On Thursday, it’s a ServicePop Dance Party […]

Travel Tuesday: Broadway Bound, Baby!

If we can make it there, we’ll make it there as many times a year as possible! We didn’t realize how much we’d miss New York City until our two years away during the height of the pandemic. So we’ve been making up for lost time with two visits this year. It all started with a quick trip in February […]

Bye-Bye, Tie!

When we were part of Corporate America, we had more neckties than we knew what to do with. These days, we have to dig through our walk-in underwear closet just to find the one or two ties we still own. And hope they’re not wadded up in a ball and wrinkled. Of course, we won’t have to worry about that […]

A Strategy For Gay Business Success

When you open a business, it’s always a roll of the dice. But DR Hanson and the owners of Common Ground Games found a winning strategy for their gay-owned-and-operated board game store. This Saturday, Common Ground Games turns 10 years old and they’re hosting a bigger-than-ever annual birthday party. Of course, you’re invited! The event features a major sale (buy […]

What Gay Of The Year Is Today?

A gay a day keeps the ignorance at bay. When it comes to LGBTQ+ history, we know a lot about a few key people: Marsha P. Johnson, Harvey Milk and RuPaul Charles topping the list for most of us. But there are so many more significant LGBTQ+ people and allies who paved (and continue to pave) the way for us […]

Go Gaga On Monday

We know you’re excited about the weekend, but we’re already looking ahead to Monday. And the only reason we’re touting a beginning-of-the-work-week event on a Friday is that you may want to get a costume together. Scratch that. You’ll want to get a costume together. That’s because Resource Center is throwing a free GAGA: A Tribute Party dedicated to the […]

Loosey Les Bon Temps Rouler

Drag shows are among the many things Greg Abbott and his stupid Republican cronies are trying to destroy in the LGBTQ community across the state of Texas through backward, puritanical, right-wing-nutjob-nutty legislation. Therefore, we’re going to promote drag in all its glorious forms as much as we can because all these conservative righty-tighties can kindly go f*ck themselves. We’re taking […]

Drag Yourself To The Television—Or The Round-Up

Tonight’s the night! If you’ve been having RuPaul’s Drag Race withdrawals ever since that fabulous-beyond-fabulous All Stars: All Winners season concluded last summer, wait no longer. RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 15 debuts tonight with a back-to-back, double-episode premiere that also doubles up with the first-ever set of twins competing for the crown. Watch the first five minutes here. Then tune […]

Naughty Or Nitro? (Why Not Both?)

Depending on which person you ask, naughty can mean a lot of different things around the holidays. It could mean secretly unplugging your neighbors’ front lawn inflatables every night and then stalking NextDoor for their reaction. Signing up your parents for text messages from politicians from their opposing party. Or inviting the UPS guy into your house three times a […]

Hung, By The Chimney

We used to think if we hung any undergarments on the mantle on Christmas Eve that Santa would fill it with goodies. So one year, we put our theory to the test. Wide-eyed and excited the next morning, we came downstairs and found our tube socks filled with all sorts of fruit and candy. Yippee! Our mother’s giant granny panties […]