Priscilla is a hoot, as glamorously trashy and enjoyable as the best drag show you’ve ever seen. Some people didn’t stay through Act 2; that was their loss.
Pam Ann takes airline humor from economy to first class with her drag-influenced comedy act JONANNA WIDNER | Contributing Writer Making fun of modern airline culture is easy to do: You make a joke or two about the food, complain about the guy farting away in the seat next to you, maybe get a little [...]
NYC’s most enduring character, closeted Mayor Ed, sings his swan song ARNOLD WAYNE JONES | Life+Style Editor There’s an old line that politics is for people too ugly to make it in the movies. If that’s true, Ed Koch was a born politician: He had a face like a turkey buzzard and looked, when walking [...]
Spike Vodka’s gay team wants to queerify Dallas’ cocktail culture even more RICH LOPEZ | Contributing Writer email@example.com Gays and cocktails are a match practically made in heaven: Where would we be without happy hour, martini madness or the ever-popular “U-call-it” nights? Bacardi, Absolut and Jose Cuervo may all top the faves list for spirits, [...]
Friday 05.17 BAM! Comic Con has more celebs than you can shake a gloved fist at The gays love their icons, whether it’s women who make music (Cher, Barbra, etc.) or men who wear tights (Batman, Superman, Baryshnikov). Well, there’s no ballet at Dallas Comic Con this weekend, but there are plenty of celebrities (among [...]
J.J. Abrams has concocted a rip-roaring sci-fi action picture with great special effects (the 3-D is well used) and a touching, keenly played performance by Quinto.
Sondheim’s Assassins, Terence Ratigan’s forgotten drama and Jon Robin Baitz’s Other Desert Cities
Where were you when the lights went out? A half-dozen or so disaffected New Yorkers, linked together by fate or coincidence, sing about coping with death, loneliness, aimlessness. If that sounds like Rent, or even Avenue Q … well, it’s not, but it is just as smart and entertaining, with a little big of Robert [...]
GayTravel.com guru Bryan Kosarek may live in Austin but admits he loves Dallas You know the old joke: “I just flew in from Miami; boy, are my arms tired.” Well, that’s sort of Bryan Kosarek’s actual life now. The transplanted Texan (a Chicago native) has been winging it for more than two months, and still [...]
Even queer lingo doesn’t get past gay ‘A Way with Words’ host and logophile Martha Barnette RICH LOPEZ | Contributing Writer firstname.lastname@example.org We applaud when someone like NBA player Jason Collins comes out of the closet. But why was he in the closet anyway? No, not metaphorically, but really. Is “the closet” some arbitrary [...]