Queer Locals: The Party Planners

Posted on 12 Dec 2014 at 7:30am

Blake Baker, Wayne Davis, Donna Dumae: Helping folks have fun for charity ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Executive Editor All of Dallas loves a party, and gay Dallas all but lives for them. Swimsuit season? Pool parties aplenty. Christmas and New Year’s? We know how to don our gay apparel like nobody’s business. Even the fall [...]

Other Queer Locals of Note

Posted on 12 Dec 2014 at 7:20am

 As we select our LGBT Texan of the Year, we also want to acknowledge some of the local folks who helped define 2014 for us on the cultural side — people who often don’t get the recognition they deserve, those who made an impact on the discussion and those who simply made North Texan a [...]

Queer Local: Jonathan Pell

Posted on 12 Dec 2014 at 6:30am

 As we select our LGBT Texan of the Year, we also want to acknowledge some of the local folks who helped define 2014 for us on the cultural side — people who often don’t get the recognition they deserve, those who made an impact on the discussion and those who simply made North Texan a [...]

Queer Local: Angel Velasco

Posted on 12 Dec 2014 at 6:15am

 As we select our LGBT Texan of the Year, we also want to acknowledge some of the local folks who helped define 2014 for us on the cultural side — people who often don’t get the recognition they deserve, those who made an impact on the discussion and those who simply made North Texan a [...]

Year in review: people • Queer locals

Posted on 03 Jan 2014 at 6:30am

We continue our look back at ’13 with a list of the people in North Texas arts and culture who helped define the year Every year, we start thinking not only about the things and events, but the people who helped define the year for us. For good or bad, we will forever equate 2013 [...]

The scoop

Posted on 26 Jul 2013 at 10:45am

Billie Jean, zombies and HBO’s Prop 8 movie Prop 8: The Movie. First it was a horrible ballot initiative designed to strip marriage rights away from California’s LGBT community. Then it was a parody YouTube musical with an all-star cast. Then it was a play from Dustin Lance Black based on court transcripts. Then it [...]

The year in entertainment: Queer locals of 2012

Posted on 04 Jan 2013 at 8:00am

Every year, we start thinking not only about the things and events, but the people who helped define the year for us. Like ’em or not, good or bad, we will forever equate 2012 with what these North Texans brought to the table. — Arnold Wayne Jones Bruce Wood,  master of the dance In 2012, [...]