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History will be made this Friday night. That’s when A Black Lady Sketch Show premieres on HBO. The first-ever sketch comedy show created by black women, written by black women, and starring black women could be the source of some of the best shady jokes ever. So if you need to stock up on one-liners, we highly recommend adding this […]

Dem & Us

Ding! Ding! Ding! The bell has sounded for round 2 and it’s going to be a potential bloodbath. Yep, the Democratic debates are back this week for two nights and a chance for a few candidates to grab the spotlight—and a coveted meme or two the next morning. Will you be Team Kamala? Convert to a Warren Warrier? Or continue […]

Get Naughty For The Camera

Ready to get naked? You’ve probably figured out over the years that we love Dan Savage’s HUMP! Film Festival and its refreshing approach to amateur adult entertainment. Everyday people (like you!) can fulfill their pornstar fantasies by creating movies for the touring fest. Submissions are due Friday, September 13 at 5:00 p.m. Pacific, so there’s plenty of time to write […]

Bring On The Heat

We all know it’s hotter than hell outside. But did you know this Sunday the same can be said inside Woody’s? Hotter Than Hell: Drag For A Cause brings the 15th year of the Woody’s Turnabout show to the stage for a one-night extravaganza of hilarity. All your favorite staff members will get in drag to raise money for Resource […]

Orange You Glad You Binged?

We love shows about murder. And prison. Mostly because we’re fascinated by those subjects, but don’t ever, ever want either to happen to us. At least women-in-prison television series make the whole ordeal seem slightly more civilized than men’s prisons, but still count us out. When it comes to ladies gone unlawful, we still can’t decide whether we like Wentworth […]

Queer Eye For The Ugly Cry

Grab your tissues. (We know you have some in your nightstand.) The Fab Five return to Netflix Friday for the fourth season of the feel-goodiest reboot in the history of reboots. By now you should know the Queer Eye formula for making over deserving people and with it the buckets of tears that happen onscreen—and in your living room. The […]

Haring Is Caring

It’s hard to believe Keith Haring left this planet nearly 30 years ago. Yet his artistic legacy and unique style live on as strong as ever. If you haven’t been yet to Keith Haring: Against All Odds at the Arlington Museum of Art, add it to your list. The exhibit runs through September 15 and features more than 50 original […]

She Takes The Cake

But who will that she be? The nation’s #1 drag competition returns to Dallas next week for five days of (press-on) nail-biting drama and you’re invited. Before we get to the ladies, it’s all about the guys as Mr. Gay Texas America 2019 hits the Rose Room on Monday, July 15 for a one-night battle royale. Then come the glamorous […]

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 […]

Hardy Har Har

Binging on The Handmaid’s Tale makes for a great evening. But also a little mentally traumatizing. Much like watching the news for more than five minutes a day. That’s where mindless summer TV comes to the rescue. Even in an era of fantastic year-round television entertainment, we still enjoy a feel-good reality competition as the digital sorbet palate cleanser to […]