It’s name is reno

Posted on 21 Apr 2017 at 7:20am

Redos of condos pose unique problems, but Grant Woodruff  is happy to solve them for you The process of renovating a kitchen or bathroom can be intimidating. Where to start? What factors do you want to take into consideration? Should you really paint those Shaker cabinets purple? The struggle gets even more real when you’re […]

Best Bets • 04-21-17

Posted on 20 Apr 2017 at 11:10pm

Friday 04.21 — Saturday 04.22 Jaston Williams returns with ‘Tuna’ … only not onstage Jaston Williams will forever be known for co-writing and co-starring in Greater Tuna and all its related plays, so word that he’s bringing a new production to North Texas is awesome… even though this time it is as a director (with […]

Cassie Nova • 04-14-17

Posted on 14 Apr 2017 at 7:20am

Cassie says, haters gonna hate Hello, all. I am really confused and frustrated with the world. I guess we all are, about many different things. This week I am frustrated by people getting offended by every little thing. I pride myself on being funny. I get that some folks don’t think I am. I am […]

Best Bets • 04-14-17

Posted on 13 Apr 2017 at 11:10pm

Friday 04.14 — Saturday 04.15 Che Malambo brings Latin dance to the City Performance Hall Based on Argentina, the dance company Che Malambo has been described as a testosterone-fueled dance extravaganza… and that’s more than enough to get us interested. Combining the rhythmic pulse of stomping and drumming with precise choreography and the passion of […]

Whole lotta shit going on

Posted on 07 Apr 2017 at 7:35am

The new Podcast ‘S-Town’ paints a vivid portrait of a cynical small-town gay intellectual “I’ve about had enough of Shittown and the things that goes on,” is how listeners are introduced to John B. McLemore, who identifies himself as living in “Shittown, Alabama,” though most of the residents prefer to call it by its real […]

REVIEWS: ‘Prisoner,’ ‘Remnants’

Posted on 07 Apr 2017 at 7:30am

Ryan Adams, Prisoner. Ryan Adams, known in part for making Taylor Swift cooler to pop-resistant granola girls (he recorded, in full, a beautiful version of her Grammy-winning 1989 behemoth), is back to his old tricks on Prisoner. As usual, the beloved feelings guy dives deep into his torn psyche for rockers doused in punchy guitars […]

Best Bets • 04-07-17

Posted on 06 Apr 2017 at 11:10pm

Saturday 04.08 — Monday 05.29 Lads and lassies! Time to go back to the Renaissance! Spring is in the air, which also means the Scarborough Renaissance Festival is back. This is the 37th season of the cosplay-and-fantasy camp for kids, adults, kiddy-adults and anyone who likes to wander around a Medieval village with a turkey […]

Lisa Lampanelli at the Majestic Friday

Posted on 31 Mar 2017 at 7:30am

  Kathy Griffin isn’t the only comic ally who talks about “her gays.” Lisa Lampanelli, the insult comic supreme who has been called (affectionately) the Queen of Mean, has been a favorite of the queer crowd for more than a decade. You might not expect that, since she tosses around terms like “cornholers” and “butt […]

It’s rodeo time!

Posted on 31 Mar 2017 at 7:15am

TGRA’s Texas Traditions rodeo comes out of the chute in Denton this weekend   Tammye Nash  |  Managing Editor The Texas Gay Rodeo Association has been staging rodeos in Texas since 1985. And this year’s Texas Traditions Rodeo, being held Saturday and Sunday, at the Diamond T Arena, 6900 E. Sherman Drive in Denton, will […]

Best Bets • 03-31-17

Posted on 30 Mar 2017 at 11:10pm

Friday 03.31 — Sunday 07.09 DMA’s new exhibit is an unmissable taste of Mexico: 1900–1950 Augustin Arteaga has only been executive director of the Dallas Museum of Art since September, but already he has scored a major coup in the art world: An exhibition of major pieces from Mexico in the first half of the […]