Every year, something like 6,000 Dallas County residents are diagnosed with HIV, giving us the dubious honor of having the highest infection rate in the state. The statistics are particularly grim for gay black men, who contract the disease at an alarming rate. Dallas County Health Director Zachary ... More >>
Thursday, November 8, at Verizon Theatre
Chris Kluwe is prying open America's last closet: major-league sports.
Sunday, July 29, at Verizon Theatre
A team of Texas researchers recently published the findings of a scientific undertaking studying a condition plaguing 28 percent of Texas teens. Sexting. So now, when that half-cocked smile rolls across a teen's face in line at 7-Eleven or when your kid checks his phone at the dinner table and b ... More >>
Tale of growing up in Wales loaded with bells and whistles.
KTVT-Channel 11The question shouldn't be "Are these dresses too sexy for homecoming?" but "Why are we so interested in asking that question?"I find the hand-wringing over the homecoming dance dresses worn by high school girls in Mesquite to be extremely creepy. Talking about tight dresses and ... More >>
Good Enough For You (Self-released)
Tuesday, January 26, at House of Blues
Great note on the Eats blog by Leslie Brenner. Thanks to a movie that turned them on to an old cookbook, some columnists have discovered classic French recipes are difficult. And reverence for her leaves out modern trendwriters like Michael Pollan. And she didn't share today's outlook on sexual orie ... More >>
George RodrigueDallas Morning News Managing Editor George Rodrigue just posted his latest "Ask the Editor" column. And, even though nobody asked -- we are soooooo blushing right now -- it's mostly about the Dallas Observer, otherwise known as "a sexually oriented weekly tabloid," which sounds signif ... More >>
"Anchor baby" is just another way of saying "United States citizen"
Exile in Guyville remains relevant, even 15 years after Liz Phair first introduced it
Friday, July 6, at House of Blues
Q Cinema kicks out its annual film festival
Need the ultimate romantic mix tape? Look no further.
Doug Wright channeled his anger from growing up gay in the Park Cities into bizarre and brilliant plays
Patricia Nell Warren discusses her new book
Friday, June 2, at Billy Bob's Texas
Bruce Campbell on making love and screaming brains
Artists honor the Virgin of Guadalupe
This coming-out drama is, sadly, only Skin deep
Diaz, Applegate star in the dumbest thing this side of a lobotomy
The Four Blondes make the same mistakes as the women in Sex in the City, but have less fun
American Pie 2 is sweet trash that tastes good the next day
Councilman John Loza plans to fight for a city ordinance banning discrimination against gays
Forget talk of a settlement. Bachman Lake homeowners vow to fight their war against bare nipples to the bitter end.
Police Chief Terrell Bolton threatens a riot, but he's got the wrong folks in mind
Weeknight broadcasts on KTVT-TV Channel 11
On being a man; Larry Duncan's little grudge; The bad seed
This striking film takes coming out Head On
Exclusive: A never-before-published interview with Stanley Kubrick
David Cronenberg finds a new place to stick it in eXistenZ
Racing Demon is a microscopic study of faith
The hugely ambitious Boogie Nights looks at the exalted, debased world of porn
The last interview you'll ever need to read with radio's greatest, loudest talker--and, just maybe, Hollywood's newest movie star
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX
Dallas pair explores frontiers of erotic art
Kids director Larry Clark discusses the volatile combination of movies and teen sex