Cocktail Friday: Pumpkin Spice Lebowski

Cocktail Friday: Pumpkin Spice Lebowski

Obama delivers last World AIDS Day address

“Long after I leave this office, you’ll have a partner in me.”

Trump’s election: We have one last hope

The Electoral College was put in place to save the country from evil and mischief   This year, for the first time in our 32-year-plus history, Dallas Voice endorsed a political candidate. We officially backed Hillary Clinton for president, and we did so because we believed — and still do believe — that Clinton was […]

After Obergefell, the battle heads toward states’ rights in Texas Lege

Nullification battles were echoes from last session   JAMES RUSSELL  | Contributing Writer james.journo@gmail.com Ahead of last year’s Obergefell decision legalizing same-sex marriage, state Rep. Cecil Bell, R-Magnolia, filed a slew of bills blocking enforcement of the pending decision. One of Bell’s bills was expected to pass. The Preservation and Sovereignty of Marriage Act, as […]

Pet of the week • 12-02-16

Grady is a two month old male Rottweiler hound who already weighs 12 pounds. This adorable little dog needs a loving forever home. Come visit us at Operation Kindness where you can find your new best friend. Other pets are available for adoption from Operation Kindness, 3201 Earhart Drive, Carrollton. The no-kill shelter is open […]

The Gay Agenda • 12-02-16

  ­­­Have an event coming up? Email your information to Managing Editor Tammye Nash at nash@dallasvoice.com or Senior Staff Writer David Taffet at taffet@dallasvoice.com by Wednesday at 5 p.m. for that week’s issue. • Weekly: Lambda Weekly every Sunday at 1 p.m. on 89.3 KNON-FM. This week’s guest is Ashley Lind, CEO of Promise House; […]

Girl on Girls • 12-02-16

Jenny Block learns a lesson about family and politics during holidays I’ve learned a lot of things from my fianceé Robin, but the most recent lesson was the hardest one yet. You see, despite the fact that my (divorced) parents and I don’t agree on everything — including not seeing eye-to eye-on my sister’s and […]

ART ON THE PLATE

Not all great works of art are created on canvasses, or in marble, or even on film. Not all are permanent. Some are meant to be savored for all their exquisite beauty briefly, passionately, completely. The experience may be fleeting, but the memories define a life in appreciation. That’s the case of great restaurants. For […]

Making merry

Gay artist Kevin Kloppenburg turns paper into hand-crafted art — especially for the holidays SCOTT HUFFMAN Contributing Writer scott_in_dallas@yahoo.com For most, the Yuletide season kicks off the day after Thanksgiving. For out artist Kevin Kloppenburg, however, every day is Christmas. Throughout the year, his Springfield, Mo., home is filled with baskets of handcrafted cast-paper Santa […]

NOW AT THE DMA

Several recent exhibitions, planned before the appointment of Agustin Arteaga, are currently on display. Among them: Divine Felines: Cats of Ancient Egypt, pictured right. The pharoahs’ fascination with felines is explores in the statuary they created to honor cats of all kinds. Culled from holdings from the Brooklyn Museum. Through Jan. 7. Shaken, Stirred, Styled: […]