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Brunch Of The Week: Outta Bed, Into Red

Hope everyone’s ready for the final weekend of Pride Month followed by some much-needed patriotic R&R on July 4. Stars and strippers forever! We’ll be taking some time off at the end of next week, so we wanted to make sure you knew about a limited-seating brunch event before the holiday so you can secure a seat for that beautiful […]

Mr. Aficionado

We like to think we know a little bit about a lot. But to know a lot about any single subject is a special talent and one that Denton’s Randy L. Schmidt has cultivated marvelously. The man knows about as much as anyone can about one of the world’s most beloved singers, which he compiled in Little Girl Blue: The […]

Dinner/Theater

Fire! Ice! Smoking grapefruits! The Dallas Arts District often gets accolades for its crowd-pleasing showstoppers—though they typically occur in a theater or symphony hall.  Until now. The recently debuted Fauna delivers ovation-worthy cuisine course after course with its epic tasting menu. Tucked away inside Flora Street Cafe, this 16-seat culinary adventure is a feast for the senses and in this […]

Flaming, Flaming, Flaming

We LOVE balls. And after our first viewing of Paris Is Burning, we became fond of an entirely different category of balls. The Oscar-nominated documentary is available once again after a two-year hiatus and the gays at CinéWilde have it in their hot little hands for a screening. Join us Friday at the Texas Theatre and witness a moment in […]

Like To Push Buttons?

The LGBTQ community is everywhere. Even behind all those 1s and 0s. If you’re a member of the LGBTQ tech community or wish to learn more about it, you have a unique opportunity next week at the LGBTQ+ in Tech Forum to share, learn, and network with others on this exciting career path. Heck, the next great startup business might […]

Brunch Of The Week: One To Remember

When we hear the word “Alamo,” the first thing that pops to mind is one of our favorite movie scenes of all time from Pee-wee’s Big Adventure. But after a recent Saturday brunch on Lowest Greenville Avenue, we think of something new. We had so much fun at Alamo Club with the staff and fellow customers (not to mention the […]

Gays Just Wanna Have Fun

Normally, the only noise we find acceptable in a movie theater is the soft crunching of popcorn. Emphasis on soft. Don’t even get us started on people chatting during a film. But we do have exceptions to our rules—and so does the famous-for-kicking-people-out-for-talking-theater-chain, Alamo Drafthouse. By now you’ve probably attended (or at least heard of) their fan-favorite quote-along and sing-along […]

Block Party People

Sometimes we take to the streets to protest. But Friday night, we take to the streets to party! (With the biggest rainbow exclamation point imaginable.) The Dallas Arts District plays host once again to an epic Pride Block Party celebrating all things LGBTQ across multiple arts venues. With Pride-themed tours, performances, movies, local artists, food trucks, makers and artisans, drag […]

Genie & A Bottle

Summon your Lyft Magic Carpet and head to the Round-Up tonight for a bottle of beer and some supernaturally great entertainment. There, you’ll find a whole new world as the touring cast members of Broadway’s Aladdin take over the stage to sing their favorite country songs and other hit numbers from Texas artists. (We’re sure they’re tired of all those […]

A Fond Farewell

If you’re a member of the LGBT community in Dallas, Michael Doughman impacted your life—whether you know it or not. For years, he shaped Dallas Pride into the massive celebration it’s become today, which is no small feat. He entertained us both in—and out—of drag. He was a friend to all and a cherished voice for justice and equality in […]