Tag: fitzhugh

Inaugural Open Mic Night at BJ’s

Trial by fire Local musician Rusty Johnson has been handling the live entertainment offerings at BJ’s (and no, not the dancers), but tonight he does it a little bit different. He’s hosting the club’s inaugural...

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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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Weekly Best Bets

Saturday 04.16 No, the jacket won’t make you look fat DIFFA’s back in a big way this weekend. The event promises to be off-the-charts fabulous, but we can’t wait to see the designer jean jackets. Pretty much our eyes are set on...

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Weekly Best Bets

Friday 03.18 Footes won’t fail you now Honoring the Texas playwright, the theater community unites for the first Horton Foote Festival. The fest kicks off with DTC’s Dividing the Estate. but even a touch of gay can be found with...

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DPD officers won’t clean up horses’ poop

The horses may be pretty to look at, and their presence is a sign of spring, but not everyone is thrilled to see mounted DPD officers in the area of the Katy Trail this year. Earlier today the proprietor of the 7-11 on Fitzhugh...

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Fahari Arts presents Queer Film Series today

The weather for shorts Today, the Fahari Arts Institute screens two short LGBT films. First, If She Grows Up Gay, pictured, is a 1983 short about an African-American mother talking about life with children, her lesbian lover and...

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Best bets • 11.12.10

Friday 11.12 Rivas makes ‘Faces’ picture perfect You might have seen the gigantic portraits of community figures during this year’s Pride parade. They were shot by photographer Jorge Rivas who has been busy with sessions for...

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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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