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  • Halloween Night to Remember Credit: The Boulet Brothers
    October 21, 2023
    It is "spooky" season, and you know what that means. It is time to bust out your most creative costume, grab your friends, and bar hop for the best drink specials. As always, most Houston LGBTQ+ bars are bringing out all the stops to scare everyone with a good time. And when it comes to costumes, if you want to win a contest, might we suggest not dressing as Ken or Barbie - there will be many of them! If you can't go out on Halloween for some reason, you can still celebrate...
  • Halloween Parties in Houston Credit: ChPlAm (licensed)
    October 17, 2023
    Have you put together an eerie-sistible costume, but still need a place to BOOgie? We’ve got you covered. Check out our list of Halloween events below, gather up all your bad witches, and get ready for a ghoulishly good time! Boo Bunnies: Wonderland of Wickedness at Pearl Bar Houston Saturday, October 21, 2023 Join The Bunnies on the Bayou for a whimsical adventure at Boo Bunnies: Wonderland of Wickedness . The event will feature best dressed costume contests with fantastic prizes, a
  • Love is in the Air: Popular Date Ideas in Houston
    September 14, 2023
    Every now and then it is important for couples to take a night off and rekindle their romance with a fun and romantic night in Houston. Whether you are just visiting or indulging in a romantic “staycation,” there is always something going on in the city for all the love birds out there. Cuisine reigns supreme in the Bayou City and what better way to enjoy at night out at one of Houston’s most romantic restaurants? Rainbow Lodge, easily considered one the best date spots for...
  • Meet Queer Artist Hugo Perez Credit: Stephanie Beltran
    August 15, 2023
    As a graduate of The Art Institute of Houston, Hugo Perez has made a career of depicting narratives of marginalized communities through imagery including painting, illustration, collage, and even sculpture. Drawing inspiration from his own family members, the figures in his work capture various states of action and movement, symbolizing several things all at once: the migration experience and navigating two cultures. His art has been acquired in Europe, the U.S., and Central America. We sat down
  • Out@TUTS Credit: TUTS
    July 30, 2023
    The beloved Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS) has already announced the full lineup for the 2023/24 season with a special invitation to you. All LGBTQ+ musical theatre fans (and friends) are invited to an extraordinary night during the run of each show, Out@TUTS! After the curtain goes down, the party continues with complimentary bites, drink specials, and live music hosted by the Broadway Beauty of Texas, Regina Thorne-DuBois. Mingle with the cast and crew members, sing a few show tunes, and
  • What’s New in Montrose
    July 11, 2023
    Houston is often referred to as “The Culinary Capital of the Country.” No matter what you are craving, it seems there is always a new restaurant or bar popping up all over the city for you to discover. So, grab your friends and spice up your night at one these new hotspots. Roswell’s Saloon This bar is out of this world… literally. You’ll feel like a like a kid again as you sip specialty cocktails while being surrounded by neon colors and floating planets. This...
  • Discover the mysteries of the Hot House Credit: Taylor Kallio
    July 8, 2023
    Summer is perfect for spending some hours at a gallery or museum and getting inspired by art. If you and your partner are art lovers, Hot House is for you. This exhibition, running through September 9 at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC), features contemporary lace creations and larger-than-life electroluminescent installations by the Brooklyn-based fiber artist Layla Klinger. Born in Tel Aviv, Klinger (they/them) works with fiber, light and electric currents to investigate
  • Houston's Instagrammable Pride Spots Credit: Dandee Danao
    July 3, 2023
    We all miss the Pride Festival on Westheimer since the move to downtown because it was one of the liveliest street festivals to date. But don’t fret, we have the top spots to take your pride selfies nearby. We all need creative content for our social media, and I know all the perfect spots for that. Splashed by local Houston artists, these prismatic murals will put you in a happy place. So get those likes up and follow these 5 selfie walls! Photo by Dandee Danao The Love Wall Location:...
  • HOW TO GET TO AND ENJOY THE PRIDE PARADE
    June 22, 2023
    Each year, thousands of people flock to the Houston Pride parade, and this year will be no different. With floats from local businesses, music and performances, it can be overwhelming to decide the best way to get the most out of your parade experience. Well, fear not, we have ideas on the best ways to get to, watch and other attractions the parade has to offer. Transportation The 45th Annual Houston Pride Parade begins at Smith and Lamar, then continues up Smith to Walker, where it will make a
  • Where to Eat (and Drink) during Pride
    June 16, 2023
    Hundreds of thousands of people flock to Houston to the yearly Pride celebration each year. Many come mainly for the parade but out-of-town visitors sometimes miss out on the rest – and best – Houston has to offer in food, hotels and other events around town. We compiled a guide so you can experience the Bayou City in all its glory. Taste the Rainbow Jenni’s Noodle House It’s all good in the Noodlehood at Jenni’s Noodle Houston. This LGBTQ+-friendly noodle...
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