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Dallas Disoriented Comedy Stages All-Asian Female (and Trans) Show

LOCAL | By Winnie McCroy | May 4
On Thursday, May 7 in Dallas comes Disoriented Comedy, the first-ever nationally-touring stand-up comedy showcase featuring the diverse voices of Asian-American female-identified comics and those who love them!

'Black, White, and RED Hot' Benefits Legacy Counseling

AIDS | By Winnie McCroy | Feb 25
On February 28, Ajijic Cares hosts their "Black, White, and RED Hot" gala event in San Juan Cosala in Jalisco, Mexico, to benefit Dallas HIV mental healthcare organization Legacy Counseling.

Dallas Lesbian Creates Website That Lets You Rate People

PERSONAL TECH | By Jenny Block | Feb 11
Dallas dynamo Lacey Brutschy has created a website that lets you rate the people you work with every day. How would you rank?

Greenhouse Named Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality

LOCAL | By EDGE | Dec 16
The Greenhouse, a leading provider of substance abuse treatment services for individuals with drug and/or alcohol addiction in the Dallas are, has been recognized as a "Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality" by the Human Rights Campaign.

Lesbian Comedian Dana Goldberg Hosts Black Tie Dinner

LOCAL | By Jenny Block | Nov 21
Lesbian comedian Dana Goldberg hosted Dallas' Black Dinner Dinner, a fundraiser honoring Jason Collins and the team of Ted Olson and David Boies, with entertainment by Alex Newell.

Lesbian Rocker Deborah Vial Plays Dallas House of Blues

MUSIC | By Jenny Block | Jul 22
Rocker Deborah Vial brings her unique brand of indie rock to Dallas' House of Blues on July 26. Learn more about her passions here!

Oscar de la Renta Exhibit Opens at Bush Library

FASHION | By Jamie Stengle | Jul 21
More than 60 ensembles are featured in a new retrospective of Oscar de la Renta's career that opened Saturday at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas. "Oscar de la Renta: Five Decades of Style," runs through Oct. 5.

Dallas Police Look into ’666’ Graffiti on Landmarks as Hate Crime

CRIME | By Winnie McCroy | Jun 30
Dallas police are investigating the tagging of a gay community landmark and other locations with "666" in red spray paint as a possible hate crime.

Go for the Food: Dallas Incubates New Dining Spots

In a place that prides itself on doing things big, it stands to reason that Dallas’ newest hot spot for dining isn’t just one restaurant but a new development of nearly a dozen at the foot of a soaring bridge that is the city’s newest landmark.

NYC Playwright Returns to Dallas with ’Art and Science’

THEATRE | By Brian Scott Lipton | May 30
James Wesley, an actor and the talented author of the recent Off-Broadway hit "Unbroken Circle," used one of the oddest incidents of his own life to create "Art and Science," which receives its Dallas premiere this week.

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