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Here. Black. Queer. Get Used To It.

Black History Month begins today and to celebrate, queer streaming service Revry has a month-long lineup of films, series and music videos. Founded by two Black women, Revry has long showcased creative works from people whose voices are heard less frequently in both the mainstream world, as well as the LGBTQ community. For your convenience, we’re posting the entire February […]

Wanna Sundance With Somebody?

The weather this weekend in Park City, Utah calls for snow and a low temperature Saturday night of 6º. Now that’s six degrees we totally want separation from. But you don’t have to suffer the cold this year to get the Sundance Film Festival experience right here in Dallas. You read that correctly, Aviation Cinemas and the Texas Theatre have […]

You’re A Star, Baby

Cue the sad ballad music. And for once, without any irony whatsoever. We’re truly in a devastating period for Broadway and the thousands of people who make the industry sing. With the lights dimmed in theaters throughout New York until at least June, the pandemic-related shutdown will forever change the Great White Way. Throughout 2020, however, Broadway movers and shakers […]

Well, F*çk!

Listen up, bitches. Today we get a free pass to use dirty words. But only because we now know the meaning behind all the greatest four-letter words in our vocabulary. So grab your lack of curse-word knowledge by the pussy and watch this fantastically funny and ingeniously informative new limited series from Netflix with host Nicolas Cage and a bevy […]

Kat Gets Better

Need something to look forward to after the holiday season wraps up this Friday? Look no further than the new Fox sitcom, Call Me Kat. But first, a warning. Stick with the show and don’t judge it solely on the pilot. Because this could be one of the most perfect dream casts ever assembled: Mayim Bialik, Leslie Jordan, Cheyenne Jackson, […]

Adopt A Positive Attitude

HIV stigma sucks. Especially when it comes from within the LGBTQ community. Even with all the advances in treatment and prevention, people still have a lot of misconceptions about anyone living with HIV/AIDS. That’s why Prism Health North Texas created an informative video series that tackles how HIV stigma affects the LGBTQ+, Latino/Latinx, Black, and Transgender communities. You can watch […]

Angels We Have Heard Online

Who’s ready for a last-minute dose of Love and Joy? Stop what you’re doing and set aside 45 minutes to watch a virtual concert from The Women’s Chorus of Dallas. The performance debuted Saturday night, but you have until 7:30 p.m. today to enjoy it. 100% free. (But please feel free to make donations to support the chorus.) They did […]

The Masked Singers

It wouldn’t be the holidays without the Turtle Creek Chorale. Each year, they present a showcase of their incredible talent that’s equal parts nostalgia and hilarity. This year, praise Santa, will be no different. Well, a little different. As you can easily guess, their Holidays Unmuted show will be a virtual one for the first time in 41 years. The […]

O Holy Night

It’s been quite the busy few days of virtual holiday specials starring men in wigs. So it seems only fitting to close out the week with a new show from our very own on-staff spiritual adviser, Sister Helen Holy, who sometimes appears in public as Paul J. Williams. To spread her special brand of holiday cheer judgment, she’s bringing her […]

The Laughter Is Also Contagious

Imagine your delight if Miss Richfield 1981 came sliding down your chimney instead of that other red-suited man with facial hair? Well, your sugarplum dreams have come true! For five shows only between December 5 and 20, the hilarious gal will spread holiday cheer live right from her living room with Miss Richfield’s Guide to a Socially Diseased Holiday. Expect […]