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Wanna Do A Line?

If you like to two-step, do-si-do, or boot-scoot ’til the cows come home, have we got the event for you. This Saturday, head to the Round-Up for the Line Dance Extravaganza. For three full hours, five local and guest instructors will lead the crowds through a whoppin’ 25 line dances. Learn some new steps, brush up on your skills, or […]

Just For The Health Of It

Our favorite part of going to the doctor’s office used to be the lollipop when the exam was done. As adults, our favorite part is all the handsome men in scrubs. But that’s a different story for a different site. Well, we have a new reason to love wellness thanks to the new Oak Lawn Center by Prism Health North […]

Brunch Of The Week: Biscuit Bonanza

Everything is better on a biscuit. Not only is this the first thing you see when you visit the website for The Biscuit Bar, it’s one of the mottos we live by. Perhaps second only to “everything is better with a side of ranch.” Fortunately, at the newly opened SMU location, you can get both. There’s so much to love […]

Layers & Layers Of Drama

Remember when desserts were just desserts? Sadly, as we’ve been made too well aware, they can also be catalysts in moral, religious, and political battles. The wildly controversial (eye-roll) subject of wedding cakes becomes a central plot point in the fictional-but-easily-real tale in Uptown Players‘ next production—The Cake. The story follows two women venturing away from New York to get […]

Enjoy The Silence

Get ready to dance to the beat of your own drummer—or DJ in this case. If you’ve never been to a silent disco, here are the basics: Strap on a special set of headphones and dance to the music you choose. DJ 1 will be playing EDM/Top 40 Dance Hits. DJ 2, ’80s, ’90s and 2K tracks. And DJ 3, […]

Brunch Of The Week: Beer For Breakfast

Can a place that specializes in beer be good for brunch? What a crazy question. Of course, it can! At least if it’s Blatt Beer & Table in Preston Hollow Village. We’ve been going here on the regular for chicken tenders at lunch (they’re some of the very best in town) ever since they opened, so going there for weekend brunch was […]

Ladies & Pageantlemen

Who’s ready for a Super Sweet 16? No, not one of those obnoxious parties for teenagers. Something way, way better and (slightly) less hormonal. The 16th Annual Miss LifeWalk Pageant delivers the drama this Sunday night and you’re not going to want to miss it. Not only is it one of the most entertaining and good-natured drag competitions out there, […]

Grange Expectations

Sometimes Ladies who Lunch dream of becoming Dames Who Do Dinner. Same goes for lads and dudes in the name of stereotype-busting. But in all honesty, Grange Hall is Nirvana for women and gay men. (Much like the Lifetime Network!) For anyone who’s been there for lunch, you know that it’s one posh experience. Whether you’re shopping for the perfect […]

The Old Switcheroo

Drag queens get a lot of press from us. (We love them!) But they’re also a big part of the programming at LGBTQ bars around town, so it’s as much a supply-demand thing as it is a personal obsession. However, things are a changin’ this week as the Caven Enterprises Benevolent Association (C.E.B.A.) presents its annual All-American King Pageant. The […]

Pink Traveler: Live Large In NOLA

We’ve been accused of having low moral standards. Many times. But we’ll never be accused of low standards when it comes to hotel accommodations. As frequent visitors to New Orleans, we’ve experienced more than our fair share of cringe-worthy hotel rooms. Even at reputable brands. (We personally blame the phenomenon of eight people cramming into double rooms for bachelor/bachelorette party weekends, […]