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Must Do: Events & Culture

She Has Risen!

Every Thursday night in the Rose Room, dreams come true. And not just for us in the bathroom stall. It’s also the weekly edition of The Rising Star Show where up-and-coming drag queens get their moment in the spotlight at the upstairs showroom inside Station 4. But this Thursday night, things are getting stiffer. And not just for us in […]

Board To Death

If you spent your childhood in the United States (or even at least a portion of it), chances are high that you and your friends played many a late-night game of Clue. The board game was always one of our all-time go-to pastimes, but when we first saw the 1985 movie version inspired by the game, it will always and […]

Happy Labor Day!

Cheers to a day off from work and a most excellent Monday Funday! See you back here tomorrow with more queer things to do around Dallas. Don’t forget your sunscreen. Happy Labor Day (again!)

Bros Before Bros

On September 30, the first major studio motion romcom starring two gay men portraying two gay men opens nationwide. But before Bros makes history next month, you can catch an exclusive clip in the 44-seat BROS Mobile parked outside JR’s today in the gayborhood. From 6:00 p.m. to midnight tonight you can drop by and get a first look at […]

Get Your Buns To B&B

Cue the meat sweats, Burgers & Burgundy is back! Everybody’s favorite propane-fueled fundraiser returns this year with a new location that debuted last year. Now taking place at Peace Plaza at Cathedral of Hope, the event chaired by chef John Tesar and Terri Provencal will feature numerous takes on burger sliders and pair them with the perfect wines. We still […]

Get Into The Groovy

Much like talking during a movie, the worst infraction imaginable during a live concert is singing out loud. Unless, of course, it’s actually condoned by those onstage. If you love to belt out and harmonize any time a song comes on, you’re about to have a truly unique experience with the Turtle Creek Chorale. For two shows only (and they […]

A Symphony Of Decadent Delights

Whoever said “less is more” surely wasn’t talking about wine. And they certainly weren’t planning the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Wine & Food Festival this year, with four days of eating-and-drinking events worth checking out—especially if you enjoy the finer things in life. And who doesn’t? On the schedule this year: The Hall VIP Experience ($200), a luxe three-course dinner with […]

So Many Swingers Coming To Town

If you like soft balls like we like soft balls, have we got great news for you! This weekend, the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance Gay Softball World Series comes to Dallas. For a full week, teams from all over will descend upon the city—which means lots of new guys on Grindr and Scruff (hopefully you have already gotten […]

Butt Of The (Gay) Jokes

The world of “yes, and…” just got a big ol’ butt. That’s right, improv gets super queer this Sunday evening at the Dallas Comedy Club. A cast of LGBTQ+ performers takes the stage at 6:00 p.m. in the Deep Ellum space for Butt Gay, an improvisational experience where the crowd helps pick the topic. Hilarity ensues, queerness is celebrated, and […]

Heals Yeah!

Fans of RuPaul’s DragRace UK vs World may have wondered who the hell Pangina Heals was among a roster of universally well-known queens. But many North Texas locals knew exactly who the talented queen was. Pangina returns to her U.S. home base in Fort Worth at The Urban Cowboy Saloon. Presented by HELP Center for LGBT Health and Wellness (a […]