Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

Must Do: Events & Culture

Dance Your Way To Support LGBTQ Youth

So you think you can dance? Or maybe you prefer to watch the pros. Whatever you choose, both options are on the table tomorrow night as the Round-Up Saloon & Dance Hall hosts a fundraiser for The Trevor Project (the premier non-profit organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ teens and young adults). During the evening, local […]

Putting The Fun In Funeral

We didn’t realize it until we started typing this sentence just how very much we miss seeing shows on Broadway. Fortunately, we have the next-best thing: Uptown Players. This Friday, they kick off two weekends of performances of the Tony Award-winning Best Musical, Fun Home. We had the privilege of seeing the original production on Broadway and we can’t wait […]

Resource Center’s Got Talent

It’s another weird back-to-school season, but Resource Center and Youth First are making the best lemonade they can. Thursday evening at 6:00 p.m., log on to the interwebs for their Back-to-School Extravaganza, a free talent show featuring members of Youth First. Youth First is one of the only LGBTQ-focused programs in North Texas that addresses the challenges LGBTQ teens face […]

Queen For A Night

Life lesson #5777: Never pass up the opportunity to see Priscilla, Queen of the Desert on the big screen. Start your weekend off right this Friday at The Texas Theatre for a special screening courtesy of CinéWilde. Put on your best flip-flop dress, dust off your ping-pong balls and ride the bus there to get into the true spirit of […]

Delicious Dinner & Drag Divas

By now, we’ve all enjoyed a drag brunch or 73 in our lifetimes. But what about dining at night with some divas? We all know drag queens are at their best in the nighttime anyway, right? This weekend, Drag Star Diva and Cedar Springs Tap House join forces to bring you That’s Showbiz: Dinner & Drag Revue starring the amazing […]

Turtle. Turtle. Turtle.

Poke your head out of your shell this weekend, because there are turtles galore in your future. More specifically, the Turtle Creek Conservancy is hosting the Turtle Creek Chorale at Turtle Creek Park. This weekend, as part of the free Second Sunday series, you can set up your own seating at the park for a concert by everybody’s favorite men’s […]

The World Is A Stage (& So Is Theatre Three)

The show must go on, and for Theatre Three it’s about to go on after way too long a hiatus. But before they kick off the 2021-2022 season, they’re looking for the best talent in the area—both onstage and behind the scenes. This Friday evening, Artistic Director Jeffrey Schmidt, Associate Artistic Director Christie Vela, Executive Director Charlie Beavers and Joel […]

Sex On Wheels

Sexual healing, baby! That’s what you’ll find as Resource Center‘s new SexyHealth mobile unit hits the road in the coming weeks. Scheduled for an early September rollout, the colorful bus will help people take control of their health as it parks in communities all over Dallas facing issues related to accessibility, transportation, and stigma in the fight against HIV and […]

Get Ready For Some Dirty Talk

We were nearly 11 years old before we discovered the joy of cursing. We were raised by a mom who didn’t like any movie without the words “Disney presents” in front of the title, which meant our household was a pretty G-rated place to live. Bitch, as we recall, was the first word we used to shock people with our […]

Strength In (Musical) Numbers

It’s good to be strong. Both in terms of muscles and self-empowerment. Yesterday, tickets went on sale for the next free concert from Turtle Creek Chorale. And though it has far less to do with biceps than baritones, we’re still pumped to see it. Songs of Strength and Survival features the TCC Small Ensemble Showcase performing at Cathedral of Hope […]