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The Artistic Side Of Pride

Today we hit the halfway point of Pride Month, but the celebration of LGBTQ+ culture hasn’t lost any momentum. This weekend, the Dallas Arts District partners with the Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, and the AT&T Performing Arts Center to present Pride Party+. Featuring a combination […]

Cheese So Unusual

Happy Brewthday!

The Artistic Side Of Pride

Today we hit the halfway point of Pride Month, but the celebration of LGBTQ+ culture hasn’t lost any momentum. This weekend, the Dallas Arts District partners with the Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, and the AT&T Performing Arts Center to present Pride Party+. Featuring a combination […]

Cheese So Unusual

Of all the mongers in all of mongerdom, we’re pretty sure cheesemongers are our favorites. And this Thursday, we all have the chance to partake in some fancy fromage from the experts at Oak Lawn’s Scardello Artisan Cheese for their Cheesemonger’s Faves virtual event this Thursday, June 17 at 6:00 p.m. to raise money for the 31st annual LifeWalk, benefiting […]

Happy Brewthday!

If you need an excuse to get out of the house this weekend and drink some beer, look to a popular six-year-old for inspiration. All weekend long, Texas Ale Project will be celebrating 2,190 days in business with their 6th annual Tap Fest that includes live music each day and plenty of new brews to try. There’s a VIP event […]

No Beach, No Bingo, Only Blankets

When we heard that DIFFA/Dallas was throwing a Sunday Funday Picnic in Klyde Warren Park, we immediately worried about the supply of gingham and seersucker in the city of Dallas dropping to dangerously low levels. Seriously, though, can you imagine the festive picnic fashion you’re going to see? Grab your tickets now for the event on Sunday, June 13 from […]

Your Burning Questions About Dallas LGBTQ History Answered

When was the first Pride parade in Dallas? What’s the first-ever LGBTQ group in Dallas to get 501c(3) exempt status? Who was the first openly gay candidate for City Council? Who and when was the first gay person actually elected to City Council? When was the first gay couple legally married in Dallas County and who were they? How old […]

This Weekend, It’s Time To UNITE

While Pride celebrations can often be a rowdy good time, if you’re looking for a contemplative weekend activity, we’ve got you covered. This weekend, Bruce Wood Dance presents UNITE, a 65-minute in-person performance. Featuring several back-to-back numbers with no intermission, it’s the perfect reason to get back out to the Moody Performance Hall. (Safety protocols will be in place, too, […]

What To Do This Pride Weekend In Dallas

Happy Pride Month, Dallas! Even though there’s no parade this year, we’re thrilled to have several events to celebrate our love of the Dallas LGBTQ community. And with some careful planning, you can attend them all! The official Dallas Pride events take place this Friday and Saturday at Fair Park. Update: Due to expected inclement weather, events have moved indoors. […]

The Men Behind The Makeup

On RuPaul’s Drag Race, we always get to see the drag superstars-in-the-making au natural, both in the workroom between challenges and during the on-camera confessionals. Yet so many of our beloved drag queens’ male alter-egos remain a mystery. Case in point: easily our favorite drag persona on the planet, Miss Richfield 1981 (portrayed by Russ K.), and Simply Barbra (brought […]

Christmas In (Almost) July

After more than a year of being trapped inside our computers, the Turtle Creek Chorale (TCC) makes its festive return to the stage for an in-person concert on June 27. And because, why not, they’ll be performing all your holiday favorites from Christmas carols to songs about dreidels—and all the snowmen-coming-to-life medleys you can handle in between—for Holidays Interrupted on […]

Let’s Get Dirty

Have we got a succulent morsel for you today. And it involves morsels of succulents, completely without coincidence. This Thursday evening, May 20, as part of the 31st annual LifeWalk, Prism Health North Texas will be kicking off a virtual event series with a special at-home, build-your-own-terrarium event with the help of the fine folks at Jade & Clover in Deep Ellum. […]