Tag: Legacy

Perry Twins post high energy Houston tribute

The Perry Twins, who performed at Station 4 in 2009, offer their tribute to the singer with this hour-long mix of deep cuts and big hits. It’s a welcome reprieve from the overuse of ballads used to remember her by, but also a reminder of her contribution to the dance floor. She was the Queen of the Night, remember?

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Pride proceeds

CHECK DISTRIBUTION  |  Representatives of the five organizations named as beneficiaries of the 2011 Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade gather at the Round-Up Saloon to pick up checks representing their share of proceeds from the...

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Uptown Psychotherapy celebrates 15 years

Therapists say that focus has changed over the years from being primarily on HIV to things like marriage and parenting SHRINK | Deborah Beckman, left, Will Handy, center, and Tim Myrick say that over 15 years things have changed...

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Drawing Dallas

Even with a big family (3 kids and 5 grandkids), retired schoolteacher Richard John du Pont projects a dandy’s fashion sense MARK STOKES  | Illustrator mark@markdrawsfunny.com Name: Richard John du Pont Occupation: Retired...

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Master of HIS domain

Ben Starr, the recently out Dallas cheftestant on Fox’s ‘MasterChef,’ camps it up on Gordon Ramsay’s cooking competition series ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com...

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Juneteenth Community Mixer at Level tonight

Drinks and fellowship The Legacy of Success Foundation hosts the Juneteenth Community Mixer tonight. This is a casual event to catch up with old friends and and meet up with some new ones. Plus, the drink specials are insane....

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‘¡Gaytino!’ tonight at Latino Cultural Center

Latin flair Growing up gay and Latino can be a tough hand to play. In a culture that revels in religion and machismo — hell, the word “machismo” is Latino — coming out poses pitfalls. But Dan Guerrero lucked out. With some artsy...

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Latin flair

MUY FUNNY | Dan Guerrero works for laughs while being gay and Latino in his one-man show. Before he could write ‘¡Gaytino!,’ Dan Guerrero first had to find his roots rich lopez  | Staff Writer lopez@dallasvoice.com Growing up...

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