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Want to be anonymous for a night? Then head to the 10th annual Red Party next Saturday night. Featuring a performance by the world famous Cazwell, put on your best mask and park your ice cream truck at the valet for MasqueRED. Tickets start at $45 for general admission and go up to $125 for VIP. Every guest will have access to complimentary Stoli Vodka cocktails, a silent auction and a full evening of entertainment. VIP guests get added perks, including early entry an hour before everyone else, as well as a private bar featuring Stoli Elite cocktails. As always, all proceeds…

Some people like to turn over in bed and see someone special lying next to them. Other people like to turn over and see a note taped to the pillow that says “Meet me for tacos.” Our preference falls somewhere between the two—with a heavy lean toward the taco scenario. Well, Dallas, we now have another new location on McKinney Avenue of one of our city’s greatest fast-casual concepts: Velvet Taco. Not only do they have some of the most imaginative tortillas-wrapped-around-something creations in the business, but they’ve also launched a new lineup of brunch tacos available All. Damn. Day! The new…

Having coasted through high school and college with Cliff’s Notes to save us from actually reading a single of his plays, it’s safe to say we’re not fans of traditional Shakespeare. Not in the slightest. Yet every once in a while, our interest is piqued in a production that sounds daring and different enough to keep us entertained. From this Thursday to Saturday, October 13, Rover Dramawerks and Bare Bones Shakespeare present Titus Androgynous, a unique take on Titus Andronicus set in the glam-rock world of the 1980s. Actors have been given complete control in how they approach the gender of their characters, as…

Movies don’t get much gayer than Steel Magnolias. It’s one of those deliciously quotable, laugh-through-tears classics that we can watch from any point in the film if we come across it on TV. Of course, we haven’t seen it on the big screen since its initial release in 1989 and that, dear friends, could be one of the biggest tragedies of our life so far. (Well, that and accidentally shaving off an eyebrow because we forgot to put the guard on the clippers.) But this Friday, CinéWilde brings the larger-than-life characters back to the giant auditorium at The Texas Theatre…

As we get older, we seek outdoor activities that offer the lowest possibility of pulling a muscle. Or breaking a hip. Well, LifeWalk hasn’t let us down yet and we don’t expect any different from this Sunday’s gloriously fun 5K. Join thousands of walkers, well-wishers and their pooches at Oak Lawn Park starting at 11:00 a.m. to mix, mingle and moon bird (if you must). The walk itself begins at 1:00 p.m., so feel free to brunch beforehand and show up right on time if that’s more your speed. https://youtu.be/S91qqIF9iEA As always, funds raised before and during this event benefit Prism…

The spy game has changed a lot since the 1960s. Fortunately, International Woman of Mystery, Shonda Leer, hasn’t changed a bit. The daring, deadly drag diva will be in Dallas for the fifth annual Spooktacular: Diamonds Are Forever, so use caution when you get near her. She’s been known to poison, stab or lip-sync annoying Bieber tunes to unwitting victims. Presented by the North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce and benefitting its GLBT Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Foundation, the annual Halloween soirée this year will bring together costumed James Bond-worthy characters, whether it’s as a femme fatale, deadly double agent…

Can a place that specializes in beer be good for brunch? What a stupid question. Of course it can! At least if it’s Blatt Beer & Table in Preston Hollow Village. We’ve been going here on the regular since they opened for chicken tenders at lunch (they’re some of the very best in town), so going there for weekend brunch was a complete no-brainer. We started things off with a $4 Guinness and vodka Bloody Mary while we perused the menu. Then we moved on to a Beermosa made with local Revolver Blood & Honey American wheat ale. But then the real…

It’s no secret: We love dogs. (And not the Omarosa type.) So we always love attending pooch parties, especially the ones where pups can be adopted. This Sunday, No Borders Bulldog Rescue takes to the patio at Sue Ellen’s for Bulldogs and Brews. The festive event, as the title suggests, features doggies available for adoption, as well as beer (and other adult beverages). Live music will provide the soundtrack to all the kisses, licks and snuggles you can handle. Come mingle, donate to the cause or better still, snatch up a loveable bulldog to take home. Winter is coming, y’all and a bulldog can keep…

• Mattresses • Toothbrushes • Catheters The list of things we won’t buy used could go on for days. Surprisingly, underwear is not on that truncated version of a really long line of bullet points. At least when hot guys are selling them off their back(side)s. That’s just one of many things you’ll find this Sunday night at Beauties and the Briefs, an underwear auction and drag extravaganza at TMC hosted by Lipps La Rue and benefiting LifeWalk’s Team Metro.  Gloria Devine headlines the roster of eight drag queens (and hunky Jorge Gallegos!) who will all be on hand to raise money for a very worthwhile…

We celebrated Dallas Pride so recently you can still find glitter, beads and slightly worn Beto O’Rourke signs all up and down Cedar Springs. But it’s never too soon to be proud again. This Friday, get ready for WETT, the official Dallas Lesbian Pride event taking place at Sue Ellen’s. Featuring tunes from DJ Ladylike of Lesbian Happy Hour fame, and performances by Cris Dee, Ruby Scott, Tommie Ross and Nishia Jackson, this woman-centric celebration will be a fab way to close out September on a high note. Even if you have XY chromosomes. WETT: The Official Dallas Lesbian Pride Friday, September 28 10:00…

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