Coming Friday: DVtv in SPAYSE!

Last Friday, March 17, I participated in an episode of Don’t Panic!, Israel Luna’s internet radio/TV program that streams live every Friday on the Spayse Station YouTube Channel from 3-4 p.m. — live from Israel’s Spayse Studio. Joel S. Hoselton (aka entertainer Jenna Skyy) and poor college student Michael Anthony Garza were the other guests, along with Israel as the host. (You can also watch here, on the Spayse Studio Facebook page.)

You can watch it here.

I had a lot of fun, and now, I get to do it again!

On Friday, immediately after Don’t Panic! We are going to livestream the first episode of what I’m calling DVtv in Spayse!

Israel and I will be there, along with DVtv host Brad Pritchett and Dallas Voice’s newest freelance contributor, Brandi Amara Skyy. We’ll be talking about news, entertainment and more.

Put it on your schedule and check it out!

—  Tammye Nash

DVtv: 2nd Annual Miss Red Pageant

Brad Pritchett and Brian Kennedy were on the scene with DVtv at the Round-Up Saloon for the 2nd annual Miss Red Pageant, presented by Dallas Red Foundation.

Check out all the fun:

—  Tammye Nash

Teddy Bear Party brings in the goodies for patients at Children Medical Center


Brad Pritchett and the DVtv crew made the scene for the 2016 Teddy Bear Party on Saturday night, Dec. 3, which raises funds and stuffed animals for the young patients at Children’s Medical Center. Watch the video below to see what was going on at the party, and watch the Dec. 9 issue of Dallas Voice for photos from the party.

—  Tammye Nash

DVtv: Getting in the mood for Halloween with Dark Hour Haunted House


Brad and Amy tour Dark Hour Haunted House

Brad Pritchett and DVtv vist Dark Hour Haunted House and get ready for Halloween. (Watch for the Cuss Counter!)

—  Tammye Nash

DVtv: Pride on parade in Dallas


Brad Pritchett and the DVtv crew hit the streets of Oak Lawn Sunday, Sept. 18, to see, participate in and talk about the 2016 Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade and the Festival in Reverchon Park.

Watch all the fun here:

—  Tammye Nash

DVtv: Todrick Hall comes ‘Straight Outta Oz’

Screen shot 2016-07-25 at 1.03.44 PMBrad Pritchett gets an exclusive interview with Todrick Hall about his videos, his music and his Straight Outta Oz tour.

—  Tammye Nash

Black Tie Dinner Sneak Peek: Kuchling Award winner, headline entertainer announced

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DVtv went to the Black Tie Dinner Sneak Peek Party on Thursday night, where Brad Pritchett talked to co-chairs Nathan Robbins and Mitzi Lemons about the plans for the 35th annual fundraising dinner, set for Oct. 1, and about Kuchling Award winner Dr. Steven Pounders and singer Deborah Cox.

Read more about Pounders, Cox, and the BTD here. And watch the video below.

—  Tammye Nash

DVtv: Tiffany, Debbie Gibson light up 11th annual MetroBall


Brad Pritchett and Israel Luna took DVtv to S4 on Friday night to talk to 80s pop princesses Debbie Gibson and Tiffany who performed at the 11th annual MetroBall, benefitting the Greg Dollgener Memorial AIDS Fund.

—  Tammye Nash

DVtv: Resource Center shows off its new building

Part 1

Dallas Voice and DVtv were there Saturday, May 21, when Resource Center opened its gorgeous new facility to the public. You can David Taffet’s photos of the open house here. And watch Part 1 of DVtv’s coverage — that’s right, there was so much goodness it took two videos to cover it all — below.

Then watch Part 2 here.

—  Tammye Nash

VIDEO: Wedding Party & Expo Part II

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And we’re back for Part II of the DVtv video from The Wedding Party & Expo, An LGBT Community Event, held last Sunday afternoon, March 20, at Renaissance Dallas Hotel. The event was presented by Dallas Voice and hosted by Renaissance Dallas Hotel, and Al’s Formal Wear was the title sponsor. Other sponsors were Spectrum Financial Group, Carol Marks Music Agency, Fairfield Place Bed and Breakfast Inn, and PSAV. The event benefitted LEAP (Leadership, Education and Advocacy Program) and was hosted by celebrity wedding planner Donnie Brown.

(Watch Part I here.)

—  Tammye Nash