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Putting some gay in your day all the way from our hometown, Dallas, TX!

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Deck The Halls With The Best Garland Ever

Jesus Christ: King of the Jews. Janelle Lutz: Queen of the Judys. One of our all-time favorite Uptown Players actors returns to the role she was born to play in A Very Judy Christmas, a variety show-style extravaganza reminiscent of the best (and cheesiest) holiday specials of the 1950s and 60s. Written…

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The Silence Of The Fans

Get ready for The Rocky Horror Picture Show like you’ve probably never seen it before—with a quiet audience. Yep, for CinéWilde’s November screening at The Texas Theatre, they’re daring to do something few have done since the initial release back in 1975. In addition to no actors re-enacting the film as a shadowcast in…

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Turtley, Creeky, Artsy

Ready to bask in some fresh air? (And hopefully some sun?) One of the city’s newest arts festivals returns for a fall edition this weekend. Turtle Creek Fine Arts Festival kicks off this Saturday at the 43-acre Reverchon Park with up to 150 painters, photographers, sculptors, glass blowers, jewelers, and crafters showcasing…

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Brunch Of The Week: That East Dallas Easy Feeling

For most of us, East Dallas means a trip to White Rock Lake. Or maybe the Dallas Arboretum. But if you venture a little further into Lake Highlands, you’ll find a real hidden gem: Cedar & Vine Community Kitchen + Cocktails. We first tried it for lunch and loved it…

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Enjoy Steak With A 20-Year-Old

In June 2019, Al Biernat’s Oak Lawn can finally go out and legally order a cocktail. The iconic and beloved gayborhood-adjacent steakhouse recently celebrated turning 20 with a facelift and a brand-new bar. And if you’ve been to the restaurant before the update, you’ll notice a wonderful difference. If you’ve never been, there’s…

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Always A Wonder

No matter how great Gal Gadot is in the role, for us Wonder Woman will ALWAYS be Lynda Carter. Of course, the iconic actress has made a wonderful life and career beyond the superhero role that made her a household name. And this Saturday, she comes to town this Saturday for Red,…

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One Serious Flashback

The 1980s saw many a Corey lighting up the screen in blockbuster movies. But tonight, a new film starring a contemporary Cory set in the ’80s has a much more somber vibe than anything à la Feldman or Haim. In the emotional drama 1985, Cory Michael Smith (TV’s Gotham) stars as a closeted…

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Brunch Of The Week: Splurge On A Quality Ho

Cruisin’ for some fusion? Look no further, we’ve found perhaps the most perfect example of a creative brunch menu that takes full advantage of riffing on its dinner fare and overall POV. Most places simply slap together a traditional eggs Benedict, a pancake or waffle and a cheap mimosa special…

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All Dressed Up & Four Places To Go

Happy Halloween!  Even though many of you have been celebrating since the morning after Labor Day, the official holiday has finally arrived once and for all. So, if you still haven’t scratched that scary itch (and no, not that scary itch), tonight you have one last opportunity to get some mileage…

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Leave Your Tie In The Box

If you’re going to Black Tie Dinner this year, we know you’re deep into last-minute getting-gussied-up preparation for this major social event. But this Friday, you can leave the suit and tie (or gown) at home. Kick off Black Tie Dinner Weekend at the annual, casual B4Black Preview Party where you…

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