More foodie goings-on along Lower Greenville Avenue

Posted on 09 Oct 2015 at 9:09am

More foodie goings-on along Lower Greenville Avenue

Ewing seen nothin’ yet

Posted on 09 Oct 2015 at 7:30am

‘Dallas’ star Linda Gray pens her memoir, and Sue Ellen is better than ever ARNOLD WAYNE JONES Executive Editor Linda Gray is so closely associated with Dallas — not just the TV show, but the city — that she found herself in denial even after the revived version of the soap was on the [...]

Queer Clip: ‘Freeheld’

Posted on 09 Oct 2015 at 7:25am

Two women — one closeted, older detective Laurel (Julianne Moore), the other out-and-proud young gearhead Stacie (Ellen Page) meet at, of course, a women’s volleyball tourney. They date, tentatively, because, of course, Laurel is afraid of being outed even though she appears to be the top police officer on the force. They fall in love, [...]

Ask Howard • 10-09-15

Posted on 09 Oct 2015 at 7:20am

How to do the wrong thing right Dear Howard, What is the correct closing-time etiquette in bars whenever an average-looking Joe, too plain for Grindr, still hasn’t gotten lucky yet, is powerfully horny, but only the dregs are left; specifically, could you provide for me a few surefire/failsafe pickup lines to use? — Joe Dear [...]

Aren’t they bromantic?

Posted on 09 Oct 2015 at 6:30am

Kevin Moore and Chad Peterson aren’t a couple in real life — they just play one onstage… a lot. Meet Dallas’ gay answer to Lunt & Fontanne ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Executive Editor The theater world is filled with famous acting duos. Lunt and Fontanne. Olivier and Leigh. Moore and Peterson. Those last two [...]

Pop sensation

Posted on 09 Oct 2015 at 6:15am

At 20, out hip-hop star Shamir Bailey is an old soul … and a helluva musical talent SCOTT HUFFMAN  |  Contributing Writer Singer, songwriter and self-professed queer Shamir Bailey (known professionally simply as Shamir) seems to exist in life’s in-between spaces. At 20 years old, the performer is no longer a child, but neither [...]

To have & Freeheld

Posted on 09 Oct 2015 at 6:00am

‘Freeheld’ screenwriter talks about how timely the news is for new gay film One of the most heart-wrenching documentaries in recent history, 2007’s Freeheld chronicled the intense fight of a terminal lung cancer-stricken police detective, Laurel Hester, to secure pension benefits for her surviving domestic partner, mechanic Stacie Andree, from New Jersey’s Orange County Freeholders [...]

Scene • 10-09-15

Posted on 08 Oct 2015 at 11:10pm

Making the SCENE the week of Oct. 9-15: 1851 Club: Sapphire Davenport, Addison Foster and Kaliah Nixx at 10 p.m. on Friday. Candi Carol, Carress Riata and Zimora Davenport at 10 p.m. on Saturday. Addison Improv: Fortune Feimster on Friday-Sunday. Alexandre’s: Jason Huff at 10 p.m. on Friday. Mi Diva Loca at 10 p.m. on [...]

Best Bets • 10-09-15

Posted on 08 Oct 2015 at 10:00pm

Saturday 10.10 Texas Latino Gay Pride returns to Reverchon Think Pride is over? It’s not. Not only is National Coming Out Day on Sunday, but Saturday is the second annual Texas Latino Gay Pride celebration. DJ Nonsense and DJ Mateo will spin with live music, food and other vendors, and it’s all free. DEETS: Reverchon [...]

Stage review: ‘Creep’

Posted on 08 Oct 2015 at 2:31pm

The fog rolls in almost as thickly as the imagery in Creep, one of the theater season’s most hotly-anticipated new productions. Written and composed by Dallas playwright Donald Fowler, it’s a unique reverie on the legend of Jack the Ripper, with thoughtful characterizations, several outstanding performances and a score that spans from beer-hall festive (“Old [...]