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Must Do: Events & Culture

A $100,000 Toast

Gen? Anyone of a certain age on hookup apps knows these three little letters translate to “generous” and in context actually means “Hey, old man! Pay for the privilege of my company!” Well, it’s nice to know that there’s a true form of generosity out there that is worth recognizing. Tonight, join Legacy Counseling for A Toast to Tony! Raise a […]

Onward, Upward & Ongina

We interrupt today’s regularly scheduled Brunch of the Week to bring you last-minute Real Housewives of RuPaul’s Drag Race news. (And also, Happy National Coming Out Day!) If you haven’t heard, the originally announced Morgan McMichaels has been replaced at tomorrow’s A Night Out for Trevor: Dallas with the legendary Ongina. She’ll be joined by RHOD’s LeeAnne Locken and hyper queen Sonique for some nonstop divaliciousness. Party […]

Calm Down, Girl. It’s Just A 5K Walk.

As we get older, we seek outdoor activities that offer the lowest possibility of pulling a muscle. Or breaking a hip. Well, LifeWalk hasn’t let us down yet and we don’t expect any different from this Sunday’s gloriously fun 5K. Join thousands of walkers, well-wishers and their pooches at Oak Lawn Park starting at 11:00 a.m. to mix, mingle and moon […]

Gettin’ Tiggy With It

How do we love Tig Notaro? Let us count the ways. Actually, that sounds like a whole lot of work and way too many words for the internet. But trust us, we love this comedian so, so much. The Texas native returns to the Lone Star State on May 31 for a show called Comedy Kicks Cancer. If you haven’t been […]

Going Green

No matter where we are in the world every March 17, we always try to find a green beer. Shockingly, it’s harder than you might think. So if you’re like us and enjoy a little mind-altering shamrock juice, then we have a sure thing for you this St. Patrick’s Day at Woody’s. There will be cerveza verde, plus green beads and […]

Nothing To Do This Week? As if.

Sure, January may not be packed with parties and charity galas, but that doesn’t mean we need to Netflix and Die Alone. We spent most of last week watching movies nominated for The Golden Globes, so this week, we’re turning to some old-school flicks. Or more specifically, a trio of iconic movies that make us so happy to be gay. […]

Happy HUMP! Day

We never planned to have back-to-back Dan Savage coverage this week, but we just got word today about one of our favorite-ever pornographic film festivals returning to Dallas. Yep, PORNOGRAPHIC!!!!! Now before you think we’re completely perverted for getting all-bold-caps-five-exclamation-points-excited about naked people on the big screen, we can totally justify it. Back in 2014, Dan Savage sent his HUMP! Film Festival to […]

Lee Lee Land

  Cabernet. Cabaret. Repeat. Cabernet. Cabaret. Repeat. Cabernet. Cabaret. Repeat. That’s our motto starting tonight when one of our all-time favorite performers and Uptown Players scene-stealer, Denise Lee (pictured above), kicks off the third season of the live music series, “Life Is a Cabaret” at the Women’s Museum Building at Fair Park. Tonight’s Valentine’s Day-themed show, Where’s My Candy?, puts the talented […]

Weekend Guide: January 7-10, 2016

Do you hear what we hear? Yeah, things are pretty quiet this weekend after a crazy busy holiday season. But we’ve found five great events that’ll ease you into 2016 with karaoke, live theater and a couple of frozen nuts. Tonight College Night at S4 What: Party with co-eds at this 18 and over party with $2.25 well drinks until […]

Out In Space

George Takei has returned to outer space. Via satellite. In a fitting turn of events, the new documentary about his life is beaming down at warp speed from the starry sky high above earth beginning tomorrow. With the exception of moviegoers at sold-out festival screenings around the nation, DIRECTV subscribers will be the first people to view To Be Takei, […]