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This week, Gay List Daily goes to a concert, to hell (in a very stylish hand basket, we might add) and shopping with our Partner’s Card. So in the immortal words of our favorite diva, Bette Davis, “fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy night.” Weekend Calendar Theatre of Death Runs through Wednesday, October 31, 8 p.m. nightly Seven short plays about death, dying and murder. Or, as we like to call it, “sorry I ended up in your lap, I was just really scared.” Tickets $16 to $25 Stone Cottage Theatre at the Addison Conference and Theatre…

Our (sexiest body parts) are tingling! There’s a new (adjective) web site we’ve got to tell you about. While you read this, you can gently (verb) your (body part) while dreaming of (action verbing) Ann Coulter in the (body part) with a rusty chainsaw. Turned on yet? Hoochymail.com is just what the love doctor ordered for anyone who simply prefers to communicate via form letter. This site’s devoted to getting the romantic ball rolling by helping you compose a free erotic letter to your luvah, or you can send a gift book of six stories ($14.95). There are six M4M…

Perhaps “junk in the trunk” had a different meaning in the 1940s when famed designers Charles and Ray Eames first started molding plywood into 3-D furnishings and sculptures like the coveted Eames Plywood Elephant. Lucky for us, the good folks at Vitra have produced a 1,000-piece, limited run of the must-have mammoth, so that every Tom, Dick and Dumbo has a shot at acquiring a little touch of 20th century designer goodness. But don’t expect to get this reproduction for cheap like your Sam Moon knock-off handbag. The Eames Plywood Elephant will set you back a mammoth $1,900 (and another…

Grooming and doggie day care facilities are as ubiquitous in Oak Lawn as male strippers and drunken drag queens with smeared lipstick. So it’s always a thrill to discover a place with amenities that dogs love more than a leg to hump. At Lucca Bella Doggie Spa & Boutique, owner and dog lover Ana T. Pieruccetti has created a chic boutique for canine couture, all-natural food, designer treats and sassy toys. In the luxury spa, pooches are indulged with soothing bath treatments, expert styling and even doggie massage. Complete with yappy endings. Tired of the same old white poodle? Get…

The ‘70s porn-star look went out of style, well, in the ‘70s. Now, we know there are plenty of men who like the natural (read: long enough for dreadlocks) look of hairy bodies. We support that. This product isn’t for you, but you’re bound to know more than a few guys who will make it their new favorite cordless device. Introducing the Philips Norelco Bodygroom: the first product that we know of claiming to increase the visual appearance of your (how do we put this scientifically?) tallywhacker. And you know what? It works. Trimming the “hair down there” makes “objects”…

It’s Thursday everyone, and you know what that means: it’s Gay Hump Day! Here’s a list with plenty of activities to keep you out of trouble, or possibly get you into more. Weekend Calendar Cool Thursdays at the Arboretum October 18 (tonight), 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Attention Swingers! The Big Band stylings of Tuxedo Junction will fill the autumn air with musical joy while you and yours sit atop a blanket, chugging box wine and eating a variety of delectable fruits and cheeses packed by your loving boyfriend. Or maybe you’re more the Schlitz and Vienna sausages type. We…

Remember that movie Stand By Me where a group of young lads go on a boyhood journey and in the process lose their innocence? Well, From Fifth Grade To Fabulous is nothing like that – except for the whole loss of innocence part. Comedian/actor Paul J. Williams and vocal impressionist/illusionist Mark Alan Smith originally met in fifth grade in San Antonio, Texas. We weren’t there, but we imagine that a pinky swear pledging eternal devotion to the Cher fan club was a big part of the budding friendship. Through the years, they’ve remained pals and honed their gifts of comedy,…

Gaytown has a new Mexican restaurant, named after some artist chick played by Salma Hayek. There are giant eyebrows everywhere, but not to fear. None in the food. In the space formerly occupied by Ciao Marco Italian, Frida’s has a simple, hip, Mexico City vibe. There’s nothing Tex-Mex about anything on the menu. And that’s a good thing. Lunch and dinner are delicious, but it’s the brunch menu that will have you ignoring the snooze button at noon this Sunday. Egg dishes ring in at a mere $6.50, and breakfast cocktails are a boracho bargain at just four bucks! There…

Not since the domestic partnership of chocolate and peanut butter has there been a flavor pairing as progressive (and delicious) as the Margarita Truffle. A downright decadent combination of cocoa-rich dark chocolate, premium margarita-infused ganache and just a little sprinkle of sea salt, this Tex-Mex taste accoutrement satisfies even the most voracious compulsion for salty/sweet goodness. Stumbling upon this chocktail (chocolate + cocktail) even brought us more joy than finding the perfect belt to match those shoes that have been sitting in our closet all season. Now that’s good stuff! Margarita Truffles, concocted by local candy man Dorian Isenberg of…

So the State Fair of Texas isn’t exactly the gayest place on earth, but it is a wonderful guilty pleasure where you can indulge the urge to wear socks with sandals and strut your inner mullet. Slumming can be fun — just ask Anastasia Beaverhausen. There’s plenty of decadent fun to be had in the shadows of our favorite ginormous man-puppet, Big Tex. Abs be damned, the fair is all about the food (and a few freckled kids in overalls who raise sheep thrown in for variety). Believe it or not, two of the much-ballyhooed new fried foods this year…

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