Tag: Turtle Creek

Today’s downpour is brought to you by the letter F

Pictures of Turtle Creek across the street from Dallas Voice office. The creek crosses I-35 underground and is usually just a trickle and sometimes dry. When it’s flowing, it meanders past our office, past Mama’s Daughter’s Diner, and around the back of the Anatole Hotel before emptying into the Mighty Trin somewhere near Sylvan Avenue.

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Memorial set for man found in Turtle Creek

An obituary was posted and memorial service planned for the man found dead in Turtle Creek on Nov. 3. While cause of death was not listed for Robert Letbetter, the obituary notes, “Although his struggles were long and difficult his death came unexpectedly.” Dallas police only said they were waiting for toxicology test results before listing cause of death.

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The Move is on!

Today (Friday, Aug. 29) is the big day here at Dallas Voice. We are packing our bags and moving...

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The good, the bad & the ‘A-List’

These arts, cultural & sports stories defined gay Dallas in 2011 A lot of eyes were focused on Dallas nationally in 2011 — for good and bad — but much of what made the city a fun place last year has specific queer appeal....

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BACH for the holidays …. and beyond

I have been out of the office, on vacation, since Dec. 22, and when I got back to work today and started wading through the thousands of emails in my inbox, I found one from Hank Henley, asking if we could include some...

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Top 10: Celebrations saw major changes

No. 7 Change was the name of the game when it came to the traditional LGBT celebrations this year, from Easter in the Park in April to the 30th anniversary Tarrant County Gay Pride Week celebrations in October. In mid-March news...

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‘The Temperamentals’ tonight at Uptown Players

Keep it hush-hush Uptown Players regional premiere of The Temperamentals closes out the season on a high note. If you were “temperamental” in the ’50s, that was code for gay. Jon Marans play touches on the alternatve vocabulary...

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LifeWalk steps off Sunday in Lee Park

Nobles says that park will not be fenced this year but is worried about added cost and barrier affecting next year’s event KICKING UP THEIR HEELS | The LifeWalk organizing committee gets ready for Sunday.   DAVID TAFFET  | ...

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From screen to stage

Q Cinema veterans tackle live theater with the guerrilla-like QLive! CURTAIN UP! | Producing partners Todd Camp and Kyle Trentham have theater backgrounds, but QLive! is a departure from the movie-focused work their...

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Applause: Stage pink

Queer highlights from the upcoming theater season RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer Anticipation should be strong for the upcoming theater season in general. Ambitious shows like Giant, The Tempest, West Side Story and Hairspray all...

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RCD, AIDS Arms among United Way beneficiaries

United Way of Metropolitan Dallas voted this week to disburse $25 million to 78 nonprofit organizations in the Dallas area. Because of new criteria that emphasize improving education, income or health, some new agencies received...

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Death: Burleigh John ‘B.J.’ Smith

Burleigh John “B.J.”  Smith, 62, of Dallas died March 29 from complications due to liver cancer. Born in Shreveport to the late Bernard Cyril and Gwendolyn Smith, B.J.Smith worked 20 years for Cinemark Theaters as a film buyer...

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Funding set for Easter in the Park

Pooch Parade, Dallas Symphony to highlight annual event in Lee Park DAVID TAFFET | Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Event coordinator David Berryman, working with the Cedar Springs Merchants Association, this week announced...

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