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Sunday wouldn’t be Sunday without at least one Bloody Mary. That’s just a cold hard fact. But what about a Sunday with many Bloody Marys? That’s what happens on May 21 when The Bloody Mary Festival comes to Dallas for three hours of deep red cocktail samples from some of our city’s best restaurants in a festive atmosphere. A live band provides the soundtrack while local restaurants and national sponsors provide nibbles to accompany the Bloodys. (Plus, you can enter below to win tickets!) A total of 10 restaurants will be involved, but for now it’s Taverna Rossa, Jed’s Grill, Chef Pointe Cafe, Bread…

Yesterday was Hump Day. Today is Bulge Day. If we’d known “male underwear designer” was a career option as a child, we can only imagine where we’d be right now. In a room full of half-naked male models and not on a computer typing this, that’s for sure. But we’re happy to at least live in a world where sexy men’s underwear practically grows on trees. Among our favorite brands, of course, is Andrew Christian. The out designer has taken the sexiness of Calvin Klein models back in the day to a whole new stratosphere-busting level of sexuality and openness.…

If we could have one group reunite to perform, it would be Scissor Sisters. Actually, we’d probably place the Obama Administration above that. But THEN Scissor Sisters. Not only do we love their music, ever since we saw their lead singer Jake Shears perform live, we were infatuated with his abs, legs and ass as much as his massive talent. *sigh* Well, lucky for us in Dallas, he’s kicking off a summer concert series on June 4, hitting several major southern cities for Jake Shears: The First Tour. Sure, he’s not coming to Dallas itself, but what better excuse to take…

If you’re gay (or L or B or T) and you own a business, chances are, you’re a member of the North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce. If not, you’re missing out big time. Dallas embraces diversity at every opportunity and one of the most notable success stories is exemplified in the Chamber, a community organization that brings together business professionals with shared goals and values, from LGBT-owned companies to some of the world’s largest corporations that promote inclusivity. Since 2005, the Chamber has honored top businesses and individuals with its Annual Celebration of Excellence Dinner. This marks the twelfth…

Gotta love a cabaret! But don’t worry, the one we’re about to promote has nothing to do with tassels. (At least we don’t think so.) Tomorrow night, our very own triple threat, Paul J. Williams (a.k.a. Sister Helen Holy), will perform a one-night cabaret show called I Didn’t Know He Could Sing. He’ll also tell stories, but mostly it’s about hearing his sweet melodies while accompanied by Chris Widomski at the piano. The event is free, but you can purchase light snacks and beverages. Because you might want a little wine in your system in case tassels do make an appearance. I…

Everybody’s favorite botched sex change musical is back on the big screen. And in glorious 35mm. This month’s CinéWilde screening is none other than one of our all-time favorites: Hedwig & The Angry Inch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4p9mPhGo1j0 It all takes place tonight after a showing of A Very Sordid Wedding with a post-show party featuring Mr. Pixie, who himself has played Hedwig. He’ll be performing original tunes and favorite tracks from the musical. Tickets are just $10.75 for the movie and the performance. And if you start with a twenty dollar bill, that leaves you $9.25 for a really bad wig of your very own.…

Happy April 20, everyone! Today’s a day when many people will be having some food cravings for some reason or another. And we’re here to tempt you with the promise of great food–you’ll just have to wait until next Wednesday. That’s when the annual Dining Out in Dallas: Battle of the Chefs competition kicks off at the Frontiers of Flight Museum. It’s an evening of fab food from incredible chefs, led by this year’s host chef, Mike Shetsky (pictured), executive chef at SĒR Steak + Spirits. In total, 15 top restaurants will be handing out delicious bites, including Knife, Dragonfly, Nick & Sam’s and Pappas Bros. Steakhouse. Celebrity…

We love Earth. Our recycling bin, counter full of organic fruit and hemp-based lube say so. But as much as we try our best to conserve resources and go out of our way to buy sustainable goods, we also love receiving daily shipments from Amazon Prime. (Probably not the friendliest thing to the planet when we get a large cardboard box with nothing in it but a pair of fingernail clippers.) So we always like to learn how we can be better citizens of the third rock from the sun. Earth Day, of course, represents the best time to tap…

This weekend, the residents of the third smallest town in Texas make a triumphant return. The always-must-see, quick-change comedy Greater Tuna is back with one of the show’s creators, Jaston Williams, in the director’s chair this time around. A team of three actors (instead of the usual two) creates a total of 20 characters, each more crazy, redneck and right-wing than the others. Yep, even though these are fictional people, we’re pretty sure most of them are Trump voters. So a little satire might be just what we need to take our mind off what’s going on in the White House. But we’ll never forget…

The most fashionable night on the gay calendar is upon us. The sold-out House of DIFFA: Arabesque brings fabulousness to the runway on May 6, but we thrive on spoilers. So we’ll be attending the Preview Party tomorrow night at The Joule. Not only will the designer jackets be on display, but DJ Steffi burns will be providing music to accompany cocktails provided by Ketel One, Peroni and Ben E. Keith. Tickets are $50 and all proceeds benefit DIFFA Dallas. It’s a great way to spend Taco Tuesday. Minus the tacos. But heavy on the Tuesday. House of DIFFA: Arabesque Preview Party…

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