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12 ways to celebrate Black History Month

Queer-specific events • Third Annual Marlon Riggs Film Festival: Friday, Feb. 17 marks the first day of Fahari Arts Institute’s Third Annual Marlon Riggs Film Festival, presented in cooperation with The South Dallas Cultural...

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Best bets • 09.23.11

Saturday 09.24 Spend the weekend with Candis We were excited to see trans actress Candis Cayne land the juicy role of Carmelita Rainer on Dirty, Sexy, Money and then sad to see it go after two seasons. Now we can see the...

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Johnny Mathis brings class act to Bass tonight

A voice as smooth as silk Yes, Johnny Mathis might be the stuff parents or grandparents are made of, but give him another  listen. He hasn’t been at this for more than five decades because he’s a slouch. The quietly out Mathis...

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Weekly Best Bets

Friday 01.21 Get Max-ed out on pop art Despite painting presidents and celebrities, artist Peter Max will verge either on blasphemy or on genius when his work shows here. Using Dallas Cowboys and Texas Longhorns football helmets...

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Photos of suspect in gay man’s murder

These are screen grabs taken from surveillance video provided by the Dallas Police Department. The surveillance video was taken at the 7-11 at 2008 Commerce St., where the man used a debit card belonging to gay murder victim...

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Ooh-la-la

There’s a reason The French Room has a rep as one of Dallas’ best restaurants — because it is ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com MAIS OUI | The food at The French Room is as impressive as its decor....

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Cirque Dreams Illumination at Bass Hall

Everything is ‘Illumination’ While we are recovering from food overload, superhumans gear up for Cirque Dreams Illumination. In what sounds like Rent meets Pink Floyd, the show depicts workers and pedestrians (aka urban...

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Best bets • 11.26.10

Saturday 11.28 Christmas trees get all fancified Artreach Dallas hosts the inaugural Bough Wow event to tie in with the lighting of Lee Park. Forget popcorn garland and plastic ornaments here. Artists and designers put their...

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‘Spring Awakening’ opens at Bass Hall tonight

Just two days for ‘Spring’ break Once you get past the darkness of the original version on Monday, do a 180 with the updated musical Spring Awakening. Musician Duncan Sheik penned the music and the touring show features local...

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Art Conspiracy marks six years tonight

These are the good kind of Con men The Art Conspiracy people call what they do street-level philanthropy. We call it greatness. This year’s lineup was filled in 13 minutes. That may be a record. The annual event raises...

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Best bets • 10.22.10

Friday 10.22 Speaking out on arts and AIDS This month’s Queerly Speaking event brings in rapper, author, poet (and more) Tim’m West in this special Arts and AIDS edition. West uses hip-hop, spoken word and performance art in...

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