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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, […]

Brunch Of The Week: We Need A HERO

Every summer, we discover a new hero to root for. Typically, it’s a person in a blockbuster movie, but not this year. We have an entirely different HERO to worship. HERO by HG SPLY CO. to be more specific. The massive venue that shares the plaza with the American Airlines Center launched brunch at the end of June and we […]

Who You Callin’ Queen? Oh, These Guys.

Have nothing to do Tuesday night? Perhaps you’d like to do the Fandango, you little Scaramouche, you. Last-minute tickets are still available for next week’s Queen + Adam Lambert concert at American Airlines Center with 18,000 of your soon-to-be closest friends. Even though regular priced tickets are already sold out, you should totally go if you can afford the resale […]

Hello, Betty!

Put on your Sunday clothes, fellas! (Even if it’s a Wednesday.) Then cross another item off your Gay To-Do List with one of life’s essential musicals: Hello, Dolly! Premiering tomorrow night at the Music Hall at Fair Park, the revival stars the iconic Betty Buckley as matchmaker Dolly Gallagher Levi. It’s required viewing for gays of all ages (and everyone with […]

Paris By Way Of Oak Cliff

This Sunday, what’s yours is mime and what’s mimed is yours at an event you’re gonna want to escargot to and beg for merci. All in the name of (another) red, white, and blue! Yep, Francophiles, Sunday is the annual Bastille on Bishop celebration, one of the most entertaining neighborhood gatherings each year. French food, French wine, French product vendors, […]

Hit The Sparking Lot

Spoiler Alert: Tomorrow is the 4th of July. More Important Spoiler Alert: Tomorrow is the beginning of a much-needed vacation, so we’re going to keep this short. You’re probably sitting in a pool right now anyway and the more you have to scroll, the more likely it is you’ll drop your phone. So you’re welcome. Anyway, this Saturday night Double […]

So Many Wigs, So Much Wine

As Ella Fitzgerald so famously sang, “What are you doing Independence Day Eve?” If your answer is “Nada!” then we can recommend a show that will feature plenty of fireworks—in the form of explosive talent. It’s the one-year anniversary of Wigs-Wine + Dine at Cedar Springs Tap House. Co-sponsored by Monkey & The Bee, the night of entertainment features a […]

Helmet Up For Happy Hour

Ready for a whole new spin on frozen margaritas? Then gather your skin-tight bike shorts, a helmet if you’re clumsy, and prepare to bike for your buzz—all in the air-conditioned indoors at Casa Komali. Head over this evening from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. for the Cointreau Margarita Bike Happy Hour, fueled by complimentary Cointreau samples and the opportunity to hop […]