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Must Do: Events & Culture

Feelin’ Groovy?

Who’s ready to party like it’s 1969? This Saturday, instead of the regularly scheduled Flower Power Gaybingo at the Rose Room, the Resource Center team members have come up with a creative alternative. Instead of bingo, which they can’t play online due to state laws (as if those matter anymore, right Mr. Abbott?), it’ll be a tie-dyed night of free […]

Happy Two-Happy-Hour Tuesday!

There’s so much to celebrate today! From Cinco de Mayo to supporting a favorite non-profit, we’re getting our party outfit ready. Even if nobody will see it but our partner and two dogs. Today, you can participate in two very different virtual happy hours. And best of all, they’re happening back-to-back so you don’t even have to choose between them. […]

Werq The Weekend

The stay-at-home restrictions are loosening up today, y’all. But that doesn’t mean we’re going to be rushing out into the public anytime soon. So if you’re like us, you’ll still find plenty of fun stuff to keep you occupied at home. Tomorrow night, with the Werq the World tour on hold, a new edition of the live stream version hits […]

Dress Up, Why Don’t You?

Enough with the dress shirt/no pants ensemble you’ve been sporting for all those Zoom meetings. Tonight there’s a happy hour and even though it’s another virtual experience, why not go ahead and throw on something nice? Comb your hair, shave your beard, spritz a little cologne. Sure, nobody will see you on Facebook Live when Black Tie Dinner hosts its […]

Spread It!

The silver lining of nearly any crisis is the ways in which people come together to support each other. Spreading love doesn’t have to involve face-to-face contact, either. (Just ask any bottom!) To respond to the current situation and the devastation COVID-19 has unleashed on the world, Communities Foundation of Texas’ North Texas Giving Day, the Dallas Cowboys, and the […]

Human Rights (And Wrongs)

The virtual museum experience is something we’re all getting accustomed to these days and tomorrow, there’s one we think you’ll like. If you haven’t yet been to the new location for the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, now’s a chance to tour one of its exhibits from home. The Texas Upstanders exhibit showcases a group of people who fought […]

Draw Your Own Conclusions—And Win $1200!

Time flies when you’re cut off from the rest of the world. Five weeks ago when we blogged about Mr. Man giving free access to their naked-men-in-movies site, it seemed like a fun novelty. A good marketing gimmick that winked at the Cornavirus situation that would never really hit America. Well, here we are 43 days later and things are, […]

Dem-y More

2020 will likely go down as one of the worst years in modern history. But it can still get a whole lot more devastating come November. Equality for the LGBTQ community is being attacked at an alarming pace and we can’t afford to sit back and watch it happen. This is the year for action. So now that we all […]

Bartsching To The Beat Of Her Own Drummer

Legendary New York City icon Susanne Bartsch has launched the careers of many household names (including RuPaul and Marc Jacobs), while also raising millions for LGBTQ and AIDS charities. In other words, she’s a modern-day hero to many of us. Well, she’s not one to let a little social distancing get in her way of showing people a good time. […]

We Love Lucy

Chances are, you know Lucy Wrubel. Or at least you’ve been the beneficiary of her passion for spinning tunes around Dallas. If you’ve been to an LGBTQ charity event—or any local charity event for that matter— in the past 20 years or so, you’ve probably heard her celebratory music sets. Well, in the category of Happy Things To Come From […]