Still Richard

Posted on 19 Dec 2014 at 7:25am

As the Alzheimer’s drama ‘Still Alice’ garners acclaim, its makers, gay couple Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer, deal with their own health tragedy Partners in life and filmmaking, Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland may have bestowed Julianne Moore with a role that could finally net her an Oscar. Adapted from Lisa Genova’s novel of the [...]

Divine intervention

Posted on 19 Dec 2014 at 6:30am

  Bette Midler chats about support from gay fans, wigs and her hot new CD Before the whole world knew her as “The Divine Miss M,” Bette Milder was ours. In the early ’70s, bawdy, belt-y Bette was performing for the NYC bathhouse boys, and don’t think she’s forgotten it, either. “I mean, if I [...]

More is Leslie

Posted on 19 Dec 2014 at 6:15am

The irrepressible Leslie Jordan returns to North Texas for an evening of fairy tales ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Executive Editor Leslie Jordan is sitting at a Starbucks near his home in Los Angeles — one of three he calls his “office” — when he interrupts our conversation to remark on someone who just passed in [...]

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 [...]

Hudson’s revenge

Posted on 19 Sep 2014 at 6:30am

Nearly 8 years ago, an interview with Jennifer Hudson in Dallas Voice sparked a national controversy. Now the Oscar winner is back in our pages — fiercer than ever, and with a powerful defense of gay equality   Who is Jennifer Hudson? It’s a question she knows you’ve asked — and one she’s ready to [...]

Tease & gays

Posted on 15 Aug 2014 at 6:15am

Lesbian burlesque star Lillith Grey puts mystery, and sex appeal, into a reemerging performance art form TAMMYE NASH  | Managing Editor For most people, the word “burlesque” conjures up images of vaudeville theaters packed full of rowdy working-class men whooping and whistling as woman struts across a stage, shedding clothing and teasing the audience by manipulating feathery [...]

Good golly, Miss Dolly!

Posted on 20 Jun 2014 at 6:00am

Dolly Parton on her boobs, drag queens and her diva legend When Dolly Parton calls you, greeting you by name with her unmistakable Tennessee twang, it’s a good idea to immediately establish that the lady on the line is the actual legend herself. “Am I talking to the real Dolly or is this an impersonator?” [...]