Tag: long time

Defining Homes • Super (re)model

Remodeler Chris Sandlin says slow your roll before that redux By Jonanna Widner As a third-generation homebuilder and remodeler, it’s no surprise that Chris Sandlin opted out of a journalism career and instead chose the family...

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BIG Lang theory

K.D. Lang, on her new CD, Lady Gaga and her burgeoning butchness K.D. Lang is manning up, thanks to the likes of Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and other sexpots of pop who shoot whipped cream from their chests and ride disco sticks. The...

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DONATION

PURPLE PARTY PEOPLE  | The executive board and associate board of the Purple Party presented Don Maison and Mary Beth O’Connor, center, of AIDS Services of Dallas a check for $50,000 at Revlon House. The money was raised at the...

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Enter, stage left

After a decade, Uptown Players, Dallas’ gaylicious theater troupe, finally gets its Pride on with Performing Arts Fest GAY PLAY BUFFET | Uptown Players’ inaugural Dallas Pride Performing Arts Festival features musicals, plays,...

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Gay artist Clint Mordecai holds parting show

We’ve liked Clint Mordecai’s paintings for a long time. Maybe it’s his bold use of color, or his witty visual playfulness or how effortlessly he weaves queer themes into everything from abstracts to portraiture. What we do know...

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Fighting the normalcy bias

David Webb Gas pump sticker shock brings home some hard lessons we all need to learn DAVID WEBB  |  The Rare Reporter After months of ignoring it, sticker shock at the gas pump has finally registered in my consciousness. And...

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Dan Ramos to resign Thursday morning?

Dan Ramos The mainstream media is finally starting to pick up on the story of Dan Ramos, the chairman of the Bexar County Democratic Party who thinks gays are like very sinister Nazi termites with polio legs who are not natural...

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FEEDBACK: Looking at District 14

Looking at District 14 This spring’s Dallas City Council District 14 race should draw our community into the voting booth in far greater numbers than any prior municipal election. Angela Hunt, the incumbent, announced Feb. 9...

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Gay playwright wins grant

Peter Sinn Nachtrieb Peter Sinn Nachtrieb, the gay, San Francisco-based playwright who has two shows produced in Dallas earlier this year — Second Thought’s Hunters and Gatherers and Kitchen Dog’s Boom! — has been...

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Query • 08.13.10

If same-sex marriage were legally recognized in your state, would you marry your partner? ……………………………………….. Thomas Combs — “After 12 years, yes probably so. Its a long time to be waiting.” Ray Lipsch — “Yes. Absolutely. Will...

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