Author: Tammye Nash

Leading with Hope

Carol West, Dawn Shephard, Dr. Di Ann Sanchez, Scott Green and Barry Phillips AOC’s Evening of Hope gala aims to raise vital funds while ‘unmasking the stigma’ around HIV/AIDS Tammye Nash | Managing Editor nash@dallasvoice.com “With hope, anything is possible.” That is the theme of this year’s Evening of Hope gala dinner benefitting AIDS Outreach Center in Fort Worth. And organizers say this year’s masked ball event is aimed at helping “unmask the stigma surrounding HIV and AIDS.” Evening of Hope takes place Saturday, May 19, from 6:30 p.m.-midnight at the Hilton Fort Worth, 815 Main St. Single tickets...

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Countdown to Puerto Vallarta

Michael Doughman Michael Doughman announces retirement from DTG, two-year plan to find his replacement Tammye Nash | Managing Editor nash@dallasvoice.com Michael Doughman this week announced that he will be retiring from his job as executive director of the Dallas Tavern Guild after the 2019 Pride season wraps up and moving to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and that the hunt is on to find the best possible replacement for him at the Tavern Guild. Doughman said that right now, he has worked for DTG for 18 years, the last 15 of those years as a full-time employee. By the time his...

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Don’t Tell Supper Club welcomes master magician Reza, 2 nights only

Downtown Dallas’ Don’t Tell Supper Club welcomes world-renowned illusionist and master magician Reza for two nights only — tonight and tomorrow (Thursday and Friday, May 17-18). There are two shows each night, with first show service beginning at 6 p.m., and second show service beginning at 8:15 p.m. Tickets are $70 for the two-hour Vegas-style shows, complete with a three-course meal. VIP tickets, which include a meet-and-greet with Reza, are also available. Reservations are available by emailing dining@donttellsupperclub.com or calling 214-432-8282. VIP tickets and bottle service are available by emailing...

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Texas Renaissance Festival holding ticket ‘Sale of the Century’

All you RenFest fans listen up: Texas Renaissance Festival, “the nation’s largest and most acclaimed festival of food, fun and 16th century magic,” will hold it’s “sale of the century” on Saturday, May 19, offering patrons the chance to purchase “a limited number of 100,000 admission tickets” for the low, low price of only $11.95 each.” That’s a savings of more than 65 percent off the regular price of admission The sale starts at 8 a.m. Saturday and ends at 10 p.m. that same day, or when the 100,000th ticket is sold. TRF General Manager Terre Albert said that...

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