During winter, we all contend with cold feet and dry skin, so luckily we have Kissable Socks to combat both. This new line from VH Apparel comes in a range of colors, styles, fabrics and even packaging, but they do have something in common: They feel good on your feet. The heavy chenille versions are warming, but there are also versions infused with aroma and emoluments. Yeah, we know they are marketed to women, but the one-size-fits-most selection — including those infused with botanicals, minerals and toe socks that are comfy for a pedi — means we know at least one gay guy who doesn’t mind a little cross dressing. Available at VHApparel.com.
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A kitchen redo can make living — and marketing — a breeze By Arnold Wayne Jones If there’s one thing Mary Kathryn Reece has learned in eight years designing kitchens, it’s that every family is unique. Reece includes herself in that assessment. She and her partner, Jennifer Sherrill, were in corporate consulting when they adopted their [...]
The conveniences of retirement living are possible even in the Gayborhood By Jose Ralat Maldonado As former club kids age well past maturity, eventually thoughts amble away from nights at Sue Ellen’s or the Hidden Door, a chic meal at Monica’s Nueva Cocina or rustic bistro fare at Parigi, and toward a carefree spell at [...]
With construction under way for an opening next fall, ilume Park plans to take urban living to the dogs By Howard Lewis Russell Anyone dashing by the Cedar Springs Kroger lately has certainly noticed the forlorn, 4-acre lot of bulldozed ground next door with its sole, giant live oak left bravely standing. More green space [...]
North Dallas’ Disney Streets, perhaps unsurprisingly, attract many gay homeowners By Jonanna Widner For years, the Oak Lawn area has been known as The Gayborhood, an enclave not just where the LGBT community gathers to party, but also where many choose to live. The demographics in this part of town skew so heavily, just saying [...]
In the hierarchy of needs, food and shelter top the list. So it’s no wonder that buying or selling a home can quickly move from a business transaction into an all-consuming personal life issue. To help navigate the ever-changing world of real estate, we reached out to a few of Dallas’ top realtors to learn [...]
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