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O Come, All Ye Freafkul

O come ye, o come ye! Not only are these lyrics from one of the most famous carols of 1841, it’s also what we scream in bed to guys during the holiday season. And speaking of inappropriate traditions, Cassie Nova returns Monday night to JR’s for her world-famous Holiday Freakmas show. Proceeds from the night of entertainment benefit the Secret […]

Oh, The Pageantry!

Need something to really get you into the Thanksgiving spirit? And maybe pee your pants a little? Undermain Theatre’s The Thanksgiving Play by Larissa FastHorse might just make you bust a gut—in a completely different way than after your massive Thursday feast. With performances Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday this weekend, you can escape the family or bring them all […]

Nunny Business

If you’re not already in the habit of seeing Uptown Players productions, then it’s time to change that situation. Kicking off December 6, Nuncrackers A-men! brings your favorite Nunsense nuns to the stage for a yuletide spectacular. Portrayed by men (of course!), these sisters are here to sing, dance and make your holidays merry with a collection of original songs, […]

15 Candles

This weekend, a gayborhood institution hits a major milestone. On Friday night, join us in congratulating Alexandre’s as they celebrate 15 years of fantastic cocktails and even more fantastic live music entertainment. Party like its 2004 with a variety of performers throughout the night at an evening hosted by Kimberly Oliver and a full band. Expect champagne toasts, cocktail fountains […]

Everybody Gobbles

With less than two weeks until Thanksgiving Day, it’s time to start cutting calories in anticipation. At least that sounds good in theory. But it’s also time to think about what you’ll be doing on the big feasting holiday if you don’t already have plans. If you’re looking for something fun and rewarding to do, then the Round-Up is where […]

Pink Traveler: Where Winos Meet Rhinos

When the sommelier pairs a white wine with beef, we consider that quite the adventure. So imagine our excitement when we first heard about Safari West, a place that brings together glamping, wild animals and vino all in one spot. Known as the Sonoma Serengeti, the 400-acre reserve in Santa Rosa, California is owned by Peter and Nancy Lang, a […]

Whip On In

Are you a DILF? Or do you love DILFS? Or both?! Whether the D you’d like to F is a Dude, Daddy, Discreet man or simply a Don’t know, all are welcome to this Saturday’s DILF Dallas event, Strapped. Come in your best harness, suspenders, gear, leather, underwear or jockstrap and dance the night away to hot tunes from Australia’s […]

Bitchy Science Theater 3000

Talking during movies is a big no-no. Unless you’re a professional. That’s exactly the scenario this Thursday as the Movie Likers Guild, a group of comedians, presents a screening of Mean Girls at the Texas Theatre. But they’ll be the meanest girls and boys in the room as they make fun of the movie from start to finish. It’s the […]

Netflix & Escape The Chill

‘Tis the season for binge-watching holiday movies, so why not start with one that features an LGBT storyline? Today, Netflix debuts Let It Snow, a John Hughes-worthy high-school comedy that takes place on one icy Christmas Eve. The film features a great cast, plenty of laughs and just the right amount of nipple shaving. Let It SnowOut nownetflix.com Photo courtesy […]

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 alligator skin boots. Let’s just say the “Howdy, Pardner!” we received from the locksmith was less than convincing. But next year’s Toast to Life theme, Sequins & Saddles, falls right in our […]

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