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Awaken Again

Have you heard the word of your body? If you don’t know that reference, perhaps it’s time you sit back this weekend and watch a production of Spring Awakening from the comfort of your whatever-you-sit-on at home. The University of Texas at Arlington’s Maverick Theatre Company presents the rock musical, based on the 1891 German play that delves into coming-of-age […]

Biddy Biddy Online

Swirl, Girl

Rainbows For Days

Same Easter, Different Park

Awaken Again

Have you heard the word of your body? If you don’t know that reference, perhaps it’s time you sit back this weekend and watch a production of Spring Awakening from the comfort of your whatever-you-sit-on at home. The University of Texas at Arlington’s Maverick Theatre Company presents the rock musical, based on the 1891 German play that delves into coming-of-age […]

Biddy Biddy Online

You really need to do something about that bare wall. Yes, that one right there. Wouldn’t it look so much better with an original work from a local artist? Well, starting today you have the chance to own a masterpiece (or several) from Daniel Padilla, Christina Yielding, Ginger Fox, Jay Maggio, Chris Babb, Shirley Schleuse, Patrick Crowe and Adam Deviney. […]

Swirl, Girl

Fifteen wines in one afternoon? Sounds like a typical Tuesday for us, but this weekend you can try a more civilized approach to tasting multiple varietals. Head north for Frisco Uncorked, a one-day event featuring 15 different tastings for only $30 ($35 day-of), plus live entertainment all day. Choose a four-hour window (11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. or 3:00 to […]

Rainbows For Days

Every time we see a rainbow, we smile—and feel a little bit gayer. OK, a whole lot gayer. Well, our Kinsey scale should tip even farther in the homo direction with the launch of Over the Rainbow: Gian Garofalo & Jane Waterous at Laura Rathe Fine Art tomorrow. Schedule an appointment to view rainbow-colored works from the two artists until […]

Same Easter, Different Park

We may never again get to enjoy the outdoor shenanigans of Easter in the Park in Oak Lawn, but we still hold out hope the event will return one day. At least this year somebunny else has taken up the cause. This Saturday, (Easter Eve to be accurate), Easter in Victory Park fills the hole in our heart with an […]

Grass Half Full

Living only a few blocks from the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, we’re used to hearing music dancing on the wind and into our back yard every Thursday night from spring to fall. But last year, silence. One of the many casualties of the pandemic was the cancellation of Cool Thursdays. The wildly popular outdoor concert series makes its triumphant […]

Wholly Holy On Holi

For the love of all that’s Holy, hope everyone reading this has been enjoying a wonderful Holi. For those not familiar, today is Holi, a Hindu festival of love, spring, and the triumph of good over evil (among other things). Not sure if the devout “Babatist” Sister Helen Holy would approve of another religion stealing her spotlight, but we figured […]

All The Antibodies You Could Ever Need

Everybody’s all abuzz about antibodies these days. And soon, they’ll be buzzing about ANTIBODIES, too. This interactive, billboard-size, double-sided LED wall will track your face and others, asking you to make faces that will appear larger than life for all the world to see—or at least everyone in West End Square. The art installation by Daniel Iregui “reflects on the […]

You Like To Watch, They Like To Dance

If you love men in tights like we love men in, well, anything, then this weekend in Dallas will scratch your itch to find beauty in movement. It kicks off today with The Poetry of Expression: Part I, a digital mixed repertoire experience from Texas Ballet Theater. One $30 household ticket gets you unlimited access to The Story of You […]

Who’s Your Favorite Oinkle?

Do not adjust the screen on your device. Or make an appointment to get your eyes examined. Despite the uncanny resemblance, the photo above is not of Donald Trump. Instead, today we’re alerting you to a virtual event tomorrow that’s all about the ins and outs (and sometimes upside-downs) of raunchiness for pure pleasure. LDG Presents: OINK!- The What and […]