Tag: East Dallas

The show goes on

Partners in life and in business, Darryl Allara and Ken Freehill travel the world staging theatrical productions for the Army. And they have seen a difference since the end of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ David Webb  |  Contributing...

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Defining Homes • Peak pocket

An eclectic community finds solace in a tiny East Dallas ‘hood By Rich Lopez On the whole, East Dallas has a solid reputation as the quirky part of town. Artists and musicians find cheap properties to rent and homeowners find a...

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COVER STORY: Let the music play

Local musician SuZanne Kimbrell carves her own path while proving to Dallas that gay people can rock just as hard as anyone else RICH LOPEZ | Staff Writer lopez@dallasvoice.com One Wednesday night in November, an idea came to...

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The Village comes to Big D

ECLECTIC BOUTIQUE | Designer Tom John shows off some of the ‘retro, vintage chic, eclectic’ items for sale in his new shop Bryan Street Traders. (David Taffet/Dallas Voice) Store features an eclectic array of items from art to...

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Drawing Dallas: Mikael Andrews

Mikael Andrews considers a Pekingese his best friend, but is himself a great friend to the gay community MARK STOKES | Illustrator mark@markdrawsfunny.com Name and age: Mikael Andrews, 49 Occupation: HIV/STD behavioral change...

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LGBT music showcase at LBG in East Dallas

Gay musicians hit up East Dalas Immigrant Punk Twist Dallas GLBT is pulling off a mini-palooza of LGBT musicians this week. A lineup of locals such as SuZanne Kimbrell, Infidelix and Immigrant Punk, pictured, are just some of...

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DRIVE! 2010 • Driver’s seat

Changing cars is like changing clothes for Classic Chassis’ James Gudat RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer lopez@dallasvoice.com HOW HE ROLLS | Despite having a reliable, newer Dodge Ram truck to do most of the heavy lifting, Classic...

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Real(ity) estate • Defining Homes

A Dallas couple’s adventure in house selling becomes an episode of HGTV’s ‘My First Sale’ By Arnold Wayne Jones Keith Yonick, left, turned Dallas couple Troy and Cindy Hughes on to the idea of being on TV. But their youngest...

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Anniversary • 08.27.10

HORTON-OLSON | Philip Horton and Steven Olson will celebrate 20 years together on Aug. 31. Olson owns a landscape/gardening business and Horton is a buyer for an import company based out of the Dallas Market Center. They live...

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Precinct 5 Constable Jaime Cortes resigns

Precinct 5 Constable Jaime Cortes, who succeeded openly gay Constable Mike Dupree and represents Dallas’ most heavily LGBT neighborhoods, stepped down today amid ongoing civil and criminal investigations of his office....

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