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You don’t need a time-traveling DeLorean to give a gift from the future. Or more specifically, the Futuro. House of DIFFA: Futuro doesn’t happen until March 16, 2019, but tickets just went on sale this week. So for the best possible seats, get to clickin’! Tables of 10 start at $4,000…

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Insert “Meat & Buns” Joke Here

For some people, fall doesn’t begin until their first taste of a pumpkin-spiced something or other. For us, autumn starts with our first bite of a yummy, meaty sandwich at Burgers & Burgundy. This year’s DIFFA Dallas fundraiser returns to The Eye downtown across from The Joule with an evening…

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You Deserve The ‘Besque

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…

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Weekend Guide: October 1 – 4, 2015

It’s only the first of October. And already we’re sick of Pumpkin Spice everything. But we’re just getting our autumn groove on, otherwise, embracing the slightly cooler weather and all the great outdoor events that come along with it. Here are five things to fall for this weekend. Tonight Thrifty…

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Go To Meating

There are three things that signal the arrival of fall in Dallas: cooler temperatures, hairier hipsters and the smell of seared beef dancing in the wind. Enjoy a minimum of two of the three on Friday, October 2 when Burgers & Burgundy returns to the gardens of a glorious estate…

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Viva La DIFFA

Good things may come to those who wait, but for perhaps the first-time ever, fantastic things come to those who wait too long. You may have heard that House of DIFFA 25 is sold-out. Well, you’d be right. But we’ve got connections that could get you into the legendary black-tie…

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A Wreath A-Hangin’

Certain holiday traditions bring us great joy. Others, unimaginable terror. Wreaths, for instance. The mere sight of one can send chills down our spine and trigger uncontrollable crying jags. It all stems back to fifth grade when we sold nativity scene candle sets door-to-door at Christmastime to fund our Mom’s…