Among the shows on WaterTower Theatre’s 2013-14 season are a musical about a country music pioneer, a screwball comedy and several regional premieres, some by gay playwrights.
How Eric Tschetter took his successful FW sports bar Pour House to the Cliff ARNOLD WAYNE JONES | Life+Style Editor Eric Tschetter can tell you the day when he decided what he needed to do. For a decade, he has owned The Pour House, a Fort Worth sports bar. For virtually all of that time, [...]
With the first pitch of the season of Major League Baseball earlier this week, the NCAA championship just around the corner and the NBA finals set to start later this month and the NHL playoffs on its heels, it’s a perfect storm for sports fans. But it’s not just pro and college teams you have [...]
The Lost Souls aren’t the only gay rugby team that relies on fundraising — the Dallas Diablos are about to mount on one of their big moneymakers, their annual Bachelor Auction. Members of the team will take to the platform at Woody’s on April 14 to strut their stuff and boast about their big [...]
Lost Souls wants to make the brutal sport of rugby a social outlet for gays ARNOLD WAYNE JONES | Life+Style Editor Ever since gay rugby player Mark Bingham became one of the heroes of Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001, the sport of rugby has exploded in the U.S. — especially among gay athletes. For [...]
Friday night racket The Lost boys Diablos auction off … themselves The doctor is in Getting your gay sports fix this season
Sets in the City tennis club serves up a new social scene for athletic-minded North Texas lesbians SARAH DENISE MORGAN | Contributing Writer email@example.com When Marilyn Sherman raised her racket last April to start a lesbian tennis group in Dallas, she had no idea she was serving up a hot new social club in the lesbian community. [...]
Gumble talks to a 51-year-old point guard for Mission College’s women’s basketball team, a 6-foot-6 powerhouse named Gabrielle Ludwig. But it’s not her age that’s the focus of the piece — it’s that she was born Robert Ludwig.
Dallas Harlequins’ new women’s team is kicking ass … while behaving like ladies ARNOLD WAYNE JONES | Life+Style Editor Molly Whitman’s love story begins, as all great love stories do, with a cleat to the face. It was the first semester of her first year at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., [...]
All those stories — and many more — are featured on the home page of Gay4Soccer.com. The brainchild of Chris Billig, it (and its companion Twitter feed) are proud examples of the enormous impact social media now has on gay sports.