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Must Do: Events & Culture

Hit The Town With Your Dog

It’s difficult to do anything virtual with your dog. Trust us, we tried to have canine play dates over Zoom during the height of the lockdown and it never went well. So for this year’s SPCA of Texas Strut Your Mutt fundraiser, “virtual” has a very loose interpretation. “Schedule-your-own” would be a more accurate way to describe this year’s 3K […]

Hit The Town With Your Dog

It’s difficult to do anything virtual with your dog. Trust us, we tried to have canine play dates over Zoom during the height of the lockdown and it never went well. So for this year’s SPCA of Texas Strut Your Mutt fundraiser, “virtual” has a very loose interpretation. “Schedule-your-own” would be a more accurate way to describe this year’s 3K […]

Have Fun At The Opera (Seriously)

No matter how much you love opera, many adjectives could be used to describe a typical performance. Enchanting. Dramatic. Spellbinding. The list could go on and on, but rarely in our years of being (very) casual opera-goers have we used the word “fun” as a description of our night out on the town. Of course, we realize that’s a very […]

Burl, Gurl

For one night, skip the strip and see some stripping. The 2021 Dallas Burlesque Festival is back to tantalize you in person, which is even more exciting than actually watching the half-naked talents onstage. We’re so tired of virtual vag and digital dicks! And as much as we love a good burlesque show, this year’s festival at the Fair Park […]

It’s Finally Happening!

We like to think we’re pretty patient. But waiting for some of our favorite Cedar Springs hangouts to reopen for more than a year has been pretty excruciating for us. And a lot of other people. Fortunately, tonight, THE. WAIT. IS. OVER! That’s right, if you haven’t already heard it from several gay birdies by now, we’re pleased to tell […]

Listen Up! Black Tie Dinner Season Kicks Off Tonight

Well, it’s official. At least one day in the near future you’re going to have to get out of that T-shirt and sweat pants you’ve been wearing the last year or so. (If you were that dressed up in the first place.) Tonight, the 40th Annual Black Tie Experience kicks off with a virtual celebration on Facebook and BlackTie.org, hosted […]

Life Is A CarBaret, Old Chum

One of our favorite queer movies of all time gets the COVID-era treatment this Saturday. Hedwig and the Angry Inch returns to the big-ish screen with a CarBaret drive-in event at Brizo in Richardson. This classic movie musical kicks off the second season of socially distanced drive-in events at the restaurant’s parking lot. But what’s really cool, unlike some of […]

Bleach Banquette Bingo

G, how we’ve missed B-ing N the company of other people. And, O, the joy of seeing them I to I. (And not on Zoom.) Of the many, many, many things we’ve longed to have back in our lives over the past 13 months, bingo ranks right up there at the top. Fortunately, on May 13 the CANVAS Hotel gives […]

Mask Up (Take Your Pick)

Another year, another virtual Toast to Life event. Even though it’s not ideal for anyone, we’re excited to attend this year’s event online to show our support for this fabulous event—no matter where it’s happening. And unlike last year when we couldn’t even watch it with friends in the same room, we’re happy we have a small group of Vaxxed-to-the-Maxxers […]

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. […]