Caven has just announced that the “Ice Cream Truck” is heading to Station 4 next month. And by that, I mean hip-pop homo hottie Cazwell is coming to town. The last time we saw Cazwell in town was at the now-defunct minc in Exposition Park. The rapper-singer’s hit is big on the dance floor which I’m sure has NOTHING to do with the above video.
He was first touted as the gay Eminem, but instead I think he’s in his own league layering outrageous raps over dance music. He’s more fun than Eminem with other songs like “I Seen Beyonce at Burger King” and “All Over Your Face” from his 2009 album Watch My Mouth.
He performs an 18-and-up show at S4 on Sept. 30 at midnight. After his performance, he’s gonna stick around for a Meet and Greet. Maybe he’ll have a Bomb Pop just for you.
Last week I wrote about an alleged sexual assault involving a man who reported to police that he was sexually assaulted by two men after they placed a drug in his drink at Station 4. I followed up with Dallas police yesterday to find out whether any additional information was available. Here’s what Sr. Cpl. Kevin Janse told me:
“Detectives have tried three times to get ahold of victim. They have been unsuccessful and he is not returning calls. So there is nothing new to report.”
As is standard in sexual assault cases, police are not releasing the alleged victim’s name, so we have no way of trying to contact him. Regardless of whether this person’s account is true, it raises an interesting question: How common is “date rape” in the gay community?
Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS celebrates its 10th aniversary this year, and LSR organizers want a bigger, better event than ever before. That means more riders, more volunteers and more money for the three LSR beneficiaries — Resource Center Dallas, AIDS Outreach Center of Tarrant County and AIDS Services of Dallas.
But cycling can be expensive; the kind of bike you need to ride 165 miles in two days doesn’t come cheap. And that’s where the Lone Star Locker comes in. Folks who want to ride but can’t afford to go get a road bike — or who don’t want to drop that kind of cash until they are sure they’re going to stick with cycling — can get a loaner bike from Lone Star Locker. And if they raise at least $2,000 in donations for LSR, they can keep the bike.
But LSR needs bikes for Lone Star Locker. And you can help, even if you don’t have a road bike to donate. All you have to do is head to head over to the Rose Room at Station 4 this Friday night, April 16, for the Passion 4 Fashion Show benefitting Lone Star Locker’s loaner bike program.
The event is sponsored by Caven Enterprises Inc., Dallas Voice, Saks Fifth Avenue, The Linicomn Agency, Belveder Vodka, Spotlight Catering, Ambient Stage-Lighting, Inc., 77 N Motion, Kirk Watson & Neil Patel and The UPS Store at Lemmon and the Tollway in Highland Park.
Tickets range from $25 to $75. And you can go to LoneStarRide.org today to get more info and purchase your tickets.