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Must Do: Events & Culture

Brunch Like A Virgin

There’s no shortage of drag brunches in Dallas these days—not that we’re complaining one bit. Our favorite queens need the work and we definitely need the escape from all things 2020. The latest on the scene is the recently launched series, The Last Virgin Drag Brunch at The Kitchen inside The Commons Club inside Virgin Hotels Dallas. Jenni P hosts […]

Arts & Crafts

We love arts and crafts, especially when the crafts in question are actually craft beers. This weekend, partake in a special art class to-go that includes a variety four-pack of Peticolas Brewing Co. beers. The sampler includes Velvet Hammer (Imperial Red Ale), Golden Opportunity (Kolsch), Great Scot! (Scottish Ale) and Lovin’ Life (Raspberry Purple Drink). As for the art, choose […]

Out Of The Closet

Ready to join the purge? No, we don’t mean those Purge movies. Or the TV series. Or even that purge-themed Rick and Morty episode. Instead, the kind of purge we’re talking about will make you feel good—without a single murder. Oak Lawn United Methodist Church hosts a Drive ‘n’ Drop donation event this Saturday, so you have some time to […]

Justice, Texas-Style

When we can’t get together, we come together. Tomorrow night, join Lambda Legal for We’re Here, Texas: A Virtual Soirée for Justice, a party organized jointly by the host committees of the Dallas Landmark Dinner and Houston’s Equality’s Night Out. The event aims to bring together the entire state of Texas online in support of the programs and services of […]

Drive-in Summer Lovin’

Danny, Sandy, Indiana, Selena and T-Rex. They’re all joining forces to get us out of the house and back to the movies with a brand-new drive-in experience debuting in the heart of Dallas. Classic movies galore will be glimmering from a 52-foot screen at The Drive-In at The Central. We know, we know. You’ve probably seen Grease and Jurassic Park […]

Got Some Funk On Your Trunk?

Other than two road trips within the past five months, we’ve only purchased three tanks of gas for our car. Total. Because we’re still not driving much, our car’s beginning to feel a little neglected. And beginning to look a whole lot dirty. Another side effect of not getting out on the town as often is only seeing occasional eye […]

Supplies Party

For nerdy, non-athletic kids like us, stay-at-home schooling sounds like a dream come true. Think of all The Price Is Right we could watch! And all the wedgies we could avoid. But we know the reality of distant learning sucks bigtime for tens of thousands of parents, teachers and students. The need for school supplies, however, doesn’t disappear along with […]

Your At-Home Sketch-A-Bear Workshop

Finally! A virtual event that helps you learn a skill while looking at a naked man. (For the record, we’re fine losing the learning-a-skill part if we have to choose between the two criteria.) Tomorrow, you can “be” in London with tutor Edmund Farmer who will guide you through various illustration exercises while BearTiger11 strikes all sorts of furry bear […]

It’s Still Pride Somewhere!

In a year when the passage of time doesn’t seem to matter much, it should come as no surprise that the normal June Pride Month festivities continue through August (and beyond). If you haven’t yet gotten your virtual performance fix, head over to Digital Pride Fest where you can snatch tickets to several renowned gender illusionists, from Jinkx Monsoon and […]

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 […]