Tag: maple ave

Best Bets • 02.24.12

Friday 02.24 Up close and personal CNN’s Soledad O’Brien struck a chord with the LGBT community in her 2010 special Gay in America following up on her Latino and African-American coverage. She comes to Arlington giving a lecture...

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Best bets • 01.06.12

Friday 01.06 Harnessing a bargain With the economy being such a bitch, you gotta find a good deal anywhere. That goes for leather masters and mistresses as well. New and used items go on the block at the Leather Silent Auction...

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Best Bets • 12.02.11

Friday 12.02 Leather for your life Cows beware as leather needs go up for Mr. Dallas Eagle. Dallas has made big strides in state and national competitions, so the new titile holder will have some big shoes — er — boots to fill....

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Best Bets • 11.04.11

Friday 11.04 Coma tones Our favorite San Antonio lesbi-centric rock trio is back. Girl in a Coma are on the road supporting their fourth album, Exits and All the Rest. Fusing rock, punk and Tejano, GIAC has stayed true to its...

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Dallas Eagle DJ Troy Sands passes away

DJ Troy Sands We were sad to learn that Troy Sands passed away Sunday morning. He was a resident DJ at the Dallas Eagle. Sands built his reputation playing the old Brick on Maple Avenue and made a name for himself as a...

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Weekly Best Bets • 07.22.11

Friday 07.22 Green thumbs beware When a good idea turns into a blood-craving monster plant — well, lives get turned around. WaterTower Theatre premieres the fun and frantic Little Shop of Horrors, where Seymour, a lowly florist,...

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Best bets • 07.01.11

Friday 07.01 Do not mess with the lez rocker Otep Shamaya is quite the unpredictable rock star. She’s dead serious about her place in heavy metal and her band OTEP. Last time we interviewed her, every joke we cracked went by...

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Hunt, Kunkle to visit LGBT groups next week

Former DPD Chief David Kunkle The Dallas LGBT community will have a chance to get up close and personal with one announced candidate for mayor — and another possible candidate for mayor — next week. Local activist Jesse Garcia...

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The One Church announces permament location

The One Church is moving to the Maplewood Shopping Center. The One Church began offering services for the LGBT Pentecostal community with spaces in Garland and Fort Worth. Recently, the church moved their services to the...

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Another candidate files in District 14

Jim Rogers Although Angela Hunt has not officially announced her plans, a second candidate, Jim Rogers, has filed to run for her District 14 City Council seat in May. Hunt is expected to make a run for mayor after Tom Leppert...

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