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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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Eat, Drink Tito’s & Be Merry

Some people get into the holiday spirit. Us, we prefer getting into the holiday spirits. No, we’re not talking Dickensian ghosts from varying points in time. We’re talking booze—ice-cold, put-some-color-in-your-cheeks booze. And as proof that not everything coming out of Texas is a Ted Cruz-worthy buzz kill, Tito’s Handmade Vodka gives us…

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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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No Sharks Or Jets Here

Feeling pretty, witty and gay? And maybe ready for some kick-ass music? Then get ready for some Westside stories in Netflix’s newest unscripted series, which debuted yesterday on the entertainment platform. The compelling reality show has all the drama you crave, but without the icky sensationalist vibe of what you’ll find on,…

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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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Feeling Toasty?

Ready to visit the gayest speakeasy of all time? Well, you’ll have to wait until March 30 for Resource Center’s Bootlegger’s Ball, also known as next year’s Toast to Life event. But don’t worry, tomorrow night you can attend the official Toast to Life mixer and get a sneak peek of what’s in…

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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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Got Milk?

Happy (hopefully) Election Day! We won’t really know how to feel until later tonight or even tomorrow, but with politics on the brain, it’s perfect timing for a new book that chronicles how one man changed everything for our community. The Children of Harvey Milk by Andrew Reynolds chronicles how…

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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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