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Must Do: Events & Culture

Now, Sasha Away

One of our favorite Quibi shows, when the streaming platform debuted, was hands-down Nightgowns with Sasha Velour. The only downside was having to watch it in Quibi’s signature 10-minutes-or-less doses. We wanted more. So much more. Well, this Sunday, the boundary-pushing drag performer presents a very special streaming extravaganza called Nightgowns Forever. Featuring more than 30 drag performers (full list […]

H8ers Stay Home

For nearly 12 years, people the world over have been lining up to tattoo their faces and cover their mouths with duct tape. And not in a fetishy way whatsoever. It all started on November 4, 2008 when photographer Adam Bouska and his partner Jeff Parshley started taking photos of LGBTQ people and their allies wearing the now-iconic silver tape […]

An Evening With Aunt Barbara

In the world of drag-queens-selling-Tupperware, there are many options. And every single one of them is hilarious (at least of the numerous ones we’ve seen). One salesperson-with-a-wig we’d never heard of, however, seems to be quite famous in the NYC neck of the woods and now we can all catch her act online tonight. Aunt Barbara Come-on-a My House will […]

Enjoy Some Coco With Friends

Even though the temperatures have been sweltering recently, this week things are on the cooler side—in the low 90s. Brrrrrr! So what better time to relax and enjoy some Coco? Better still, some Coco with friends? That’s right, this Wednesday, the hilarious Coco Peru presents a virtual event, Casa Coco, with special guests Sean Hayes and Bob the Drag Queen. […]

Let’s Hear It For The Boi

Children’s theater rarely interests us (mainly because it involves actually sitting near real kids in an audience). But there’s a new production that debuted live in February that’s now available for online rental. Andy Boi comes from local theater genius Bruce R. Coleman who wrote and directed the highly topical story of one teen’s transgender journey for Dallas Children’s Theater. […]

Yee To The Haw

The closest we’ve ever come to being confused for a cowboy was the time we got locked out of our house holding a rope and wearing nothing but faux alligator boots and a 10-gallon hat. Let’s just say the “Howdy, Pardner!” we received from the locksmith was less than convincing. But this week’s Toast to Life: Sequins & Saddles, falls […]

Dallas Pride Anywhere, Everywhere

Somewhere in town, there are some very happy City of Dallas workers. Because with in-person Pride events canceled for the year, they’ve been spared the tedious task of glitter removal from the streets of Fair Park. But they better start getting prepared for next year because it’s going to be a big, rainbow-hued, sparkly mess when Dallas Pride returns in […]

Doctor, Doctor

As much fun as it is to play doctor, there’s no comparison to the real thing when your health is at stake. And that’s why we continue to keep you in-the-know about LGBTQ-specific healthcare options at your disposal right here in Dallas. With many of us foregoing trips to the doctor due to Covid-19 concerns, it’s more important than ever […]

Whatcha Got Cookin’?

Most of us have become pretty great home cooks since March, whether we wanted that expertise or not. But despite making more meals at home in four months than we’ve made in the past four years, we’re always looking to learn more tips, tricks and go-to recipes. Mark your calendars because this Wednesday, Resource Center‘s Nutrition Coordinator Shanika Shorts and UT […]

Peaches & Mink

Sometimes when you mix two things together, you get something exponentially better than their individual parts. Peanut butter and chocolate, of course, comes to mind. Porn and lube. Or vodka and anything. The same magic happens with people sometimes, too. And this Friday, two of our favorite cult artists of all time—Peaches Christ and Mink Stole—come together for a virtual […]