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Clovet models H&M


Steven sports bikini by Bask-It


Anthony models suit by Addicted


Jonathan in Marek+Richard shorts


Preston wearing trunks by aussieBum


Daryl wearing a suit by LASC

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Alameel addresses Stonewall as LGBT equality advocate


Democratic U.S. Senate candidate David Alameel attended the Stonewall Democrats of Dallas meeting Tuesday, the first time he has had contact with the state’s largest Democratic organization. He faces Kesha Rodgers in a runoff. The Texas Democratic Party has issued a warning against Rodgers whose main platform is impeaching President Obama. While Stonewall usually packs the back room at Ojeda’s on Maple Avenue, attendance was sparse because gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis was opening her Dallas headquarters on MLK Boulevard at the same time. Alameel addressed not yet having visited the group. He said he’s tried to visit each of the 254 counties in Texas, but when he arrives he mostly hears complaints that he hadn’t been there yet. He said he and his wife could retire to Hawaii and not have to work another day, but he said he remembers working minimum wage jobs. He wants to go to Washington, he said, to address the Republican war on women, war on the poor, war on the elderly and war on immigrants. Alameel is an immigrant, himself. He was born in Haifa, Israel, and is Lebanese Christian. He’s lived in the U.S. more than 40 years. He attacked Texas Sen. John Cornyn for voting against protecting women in the military from sexual assault. He said he opposed corporate greed that shipped jobs overseas and recent Supreme Court decisions giving corporations the same rights as people. “I don’t remember where it said in the Bible God created Wall Street in His image,” Alameel said. He also attacked what he called the Republican war on the gay and lesbian community. “I’m a devout Christian who accepts equality,” he said. He said if one of his kids told him he was gay, he knows how he’d want his child treated. Early voting ends Friday, May 23. 7 a.m.–7 p.m. Runoff day is Tuesday, May 27. — David Taffet






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Montana on Wednesday joined 28 other states with legal battles over gay marriage, while same-sex couples in Pennsylvania spent their first full day applying for marriage licenses knowing the governor wouldn’t stand in their way. The Associated Press reported that a federal lawsuit filed by four gay couples in Montana leaves just two states — North Dakota and South Dakota — with gay marriage bans and no legal challenges aiming to overturn them. But that’s likely to change as same-sex marriage advocates there gear up for a legal fight. State marriage bans have been falling around the country since the U.S. Supreme Court last year struck down part of the federal Defense of Marriage Act. Gay and lesbian couples can wed in 19 states and the District of Columbia, with Oregon and Pennsylvania becoming the latest to join the list this week when federal judges struck down their bans and officials decided not to appeal. The Montana couples say their state’s constitutional ban denies gay couples the freedom and dignity afforded to other Montanans and robs them of the legal protections and benefits that come with marriage. Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock released a statement supporting their cause, while the state’s Republican attorney general said he would vigorously defend the ban. Meanwhile, a lesbian couple from Rapid City, S.D., said they also plan to challenge their state’s constitutional ban on same-sex marriage in the coming days, along with a provision in federal law that lets states avoid recognizing gay marriages performed elsewhere. Their attorney said he’s contemplating filing a lawsuit in North Dakota, too. Here’s a look at where things stand with other legal challenges across the country: Arkansas A state judge in Arkansas’ largest county earlier this month struck down the state’s gay marriage ban, saying the state has “no rational reason” for preventing gay couples from marrying. The state Supreme Court brought the marriages to a halt and is weighing state officials’ appeal. Idaho State officials announced this week they will appeal last week’s decision from a federal judge overturning the state’s same-sex marriage ban. The appeal goes to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals which agreed to an expedited hearing. Indiana State attorneys have asked the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago to review a federal judge’s recent order requiring Indiana to recognize the out-of-state marriage of a lesbian couple in which one woman is terminally ill. That ruling applies just to one couple — not to others who were legally wed elsewhere and are seeking to have Indiana recognize their marriages. Kentucky After a federal judge ordered Kentucky to recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states, attorney general Jack Conway said he would not defend the state’s law. But, the state has hired outside attorneys to handle the case and is appealing to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati, which has not yet scheduled a hearing. Michigan The 6th Circuit is reviewing Michigan’s same-sex marriage ban that was overturned by a federal judge in March following a rare trial that mostly focused on the impact of same-sex parenting on children. Arguments have not been scheduled. Nevada Eight gay couples are challenging Nevada’s voter-approved 2002 ban that was upheld by a federal judge in 2012. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco hasn’t scheduled arguments yet. Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto is refusing to defend the ban. — Steve Ramos





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• localbriefs Scholarship program accepting applications The GLBT Leadership Education & Advocacy Program (LEAP) is now accepting applications through May 31 for the 2014-15 academic year. Since 2011, GLBT LEAP has granted nearly $20,000 in scholarships to deserving Texas students. Applicants are evaluated on demonstrated financial need, academic achievement and involvement in community service. Preference is given to students who self-identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, are members of LGBT families or are allies who have been strongly supportive of the LGBT community. The GLBT LEAP scholarships are designed to build leadership and promote diversity in the LBGT and allied communities. Awards may be used for any post-secondary education, including nontraditional or alternative programs and vocational training. “I am extremely grateful to the GLBT Leadership Education & Advocacy Program for selecting me to be a GLBT LEAP Scholar in 2011,” said Pamela Bowers, Ph.D. “Because of the support I received from GLBT LEAP I was able to complete my education and begin giving back to the community.” Scholarship criteria and application form can be found at

HRC women’s mixer The Women Celebrating Women Mixer takes place Friday, May 30 at The Grapevine. The Human Rights Campaign’s DFW Federal Club is hosting the event from 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. with free self parking and happy hour pricing until 7 p.m. 3902 Maple Ave.

Immigration movie screening A screening of the film I Do , about marriage equality through the lens of immigration, benefits Equality Texas on Wednesday, May 28, at the Angelica Plano, 7205 Bishop Road, Plano. A panel of binational couples living in Texas who've navigated the immigration system will follow. $12. Sweets reception at 6:30 p.m. followed by the screening at 7 p.m. For tickets, visit

UBE Barbecue United Black Ellument kicks off Memorial Day weekend with a barbecue social. This mix and mingle for young African-American men will not only have plenty of meat to eat, but will also have hot, fun games throughout the night. The party starts at 6 p.m. with special guest Chef Marcus Crawford at UBE, 3116 Commerce St., Suite C.•


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• pet of the week / BANDIE Meet Bandie! Bandie and her siblings were brought to Operation Kindness for the chance to find loving families. She’s a retriever mix, so she will need plenty of space to run and play as she grows up. Retrievers are an active breed, and Bandie will need to be exercised daily. Bandie is sure to make a great best friend with a little training and love. If you’re ready for the excitement of raising a new puppy, bring the family to meet Bandie today. Mention our “Back in Black” promotion during May and take $25 off her adoption fee. Bandie and other pets are available for adoption from Operation Kindness, 3201 Earhart Drive, Carrollton. The no-kill shelter is open six days: Monday, 3-8 p.m.; closed Tuesday; Wednesday, 3-8 p.m.; Thursday, noon-8 p.m.; Friday, noon- 5 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; and Sunday, noon-5 p.m. The cost is $110 for cats, $135 for kittens, $150 for dogs over 1 year, and $175 for puppies. The cost includes the spay/neuter surgery, microchipping, vaccinations, heartworm test for dogs, leukemia and FIV test for cats, and more. Those who adopt two pets at the same time receive a $20 discount.







t’s the first major holiday weekend of Dallas’ pool party season and, appropriately, we’re covering (but not too much) ridiculously good-looking guys in some of this summer’s hottest swim designs. We’re featuring international exotic brands from far away beaches, fetching all-American designs and simple yet sexy accessories that will have you turning heads whether you’re in Ipanema or at the ilume. The importance of swimwear cut has never been more important than it is now. Shorts, trunks and itty-bitty bikinis fit bodies differently, and confidently knowing which works for your shape could be the difference between an 8 and a 10 on the hotness scale. Color/print options, especially for men’s styles, have grown significantly in variety, but what’s really popping this season is bright colors and bold patterns. So welcome to the wonderful world of summer in Texas with Dallas Voice’s inaugural Swimsuit Edition!

Photography by Chuck Marcelo and Arnold Wayne Jones Styling and text by J. Denton Bricker 05.23.14



Top: This gorgeous lineup is sporting some sexy suits. Arad sports an orange bikini by Timoteo, Walter looks cool in a grey CA-RIO-CA provided by LUX, Josiah roars in a cheetah print by Timoteo. Cole looks dapper in a navy, neon-color-blocked suit by Marek+Richard, while Daryl brings up the end in a striped Hawaiian beauty by LASC. Left: There is nothing ambiguous about this dynamic duo. Right: Josiah removes his fierce shades from the M. Gianni Collection at Fashion Optical, luring you in with those eyes.




Clovet channels Brigitte Bardot in this wine-colored triangle suit by H&M. (Inset: Fredrick and Skylar rock a snow leopard suit by H&M and striking tropical print shorts by Marek+Richard.)




Above: Valerie orders a drink from Ricky in a divine turquoise two-piece, while Jonathan gets a closer look in a royal blue bikini by Addicted. Below: This couple attracts well-deserved attention in striking trunks by aussieBum. Christopher checks ’em out but brings his own game in these neon shorts by CA-RIO –CA.




Steven struts out of the pool in this on-point striped orange bikini from Bask-It. (Inset: From the cabana, rocking a color-blocked bikini by Timoteo.)





Clovet playfully squirts Frederick and Skylar, soaking this wondrous rainbow trunk and ittybitty deliciously orange bikini, both from Rufskin.




Bulge, bulge, bulge! Bold in blue and appetizing in chocolate, these boys are packing in Timoteo and CA-RIO-CA.





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Anthony peels off this tank from Skivvies in just the right way to accentuate this sharp navy suit by Addicted from ES Collection. (Inset: Another winning Addicted bikini in blue)




Jonathan’s conservative-chic side opts for this super cute printed short by H&M, opposite, while his more playful side prefers the stunning twotoned bikini by Marek+Richard.







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Walter serves up washboard abs in a eye-catching yellow croptop by Marek+Richard that’s perfect for showing them off, along with his sensual sexy bikini by CA-RIO-CA, above. Below: It takes balls to wear this rich navy bikini from Addicted.





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Lifeguard Preston can save me anytime. He’s sure to protect and serve in sky blue trunks by aussieBum provided by Lux and artistically chic shades by M. Gianni Collection.




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Daryl makes that pool exit look so effortless in this dashing turquoise and brown suit by LASC. (Inset: Enjoying a donut with Diego.)




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Frederick looks suave in a bright blue Rufskin. Clovet beams in a merlot H&M, alternating stripes look fantastic on Skylar, Jonathan serves up American Harvest beverages in flower print shorts by LASC. Ricky fills out a black and yellow Ipanema suit like no other while courting Valerie in a dashing zebra print. We can only wonder who Misael peers at while decked out in a cap by Marek+Richard and a red, white and blue trunk. Left: Josiah goofs in this sultry animal print by Timoteo, and Alexis rocks a cherry red two-piece by H&M. 05.23.14











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I’ll see you in court, Oprah

Shocked is an understatement. This morning I checked Twitter, and it’s all over the globe that Oprah is denying I will succeed her as queen … I mean king … of the talk show world. What? I threw off my Spiderman comforter, hurried to the computer and went into damage-control mode. Good thing I was already wearing my Wonder Woman bracelets. Look, they help with arthritis, OK? What is Oprah thinking? Imagine the millions of fans who are already counting on me to make my soon-to-be announced appearance. Does she want to incite riots? Well, that’s just what’s going to happen if she continues this nonsense about saying I’m not taking over her talk show. We’ll just see about that, Miss I-have-two-billion-dollars-and-abest-friend. Yeah, we’ll just see about that. OK, I found what I’m looking for. Now I really hate to do this, but Oprah’s not leaving me any choice. She and I are very private people, except for those times she leaked to the Enquirer I digitally altered that picture of Tom Cruise and me. He WAS in my bedroom, dammit. Anyway, I’m releasing the transcript of my last phone conversation with Oprah to prove she and I had reached an agreement. I’m not saying she begged me to take the show over, but I still have marks on my floor where I dragged her while she was holding on to my leg and, well, let’s just call it “pleading.” “Please” was a word she used repeatedly. Along with “a billion dollars,” and “you’re my best friend, not Gayle.” Yes, it’s all here, so let’s just replay this little repartee and see who the big liar is. Notice I didn’t say big fat liar. God, she’s so sensitive about that. Phone ringing. My roommate: Hello. Oprah: Hi, this Oprah. You know me, right? Oprah. Roommate: Oh, yeah. You. Listen. I never got a car. Oprah: Yeah, you and a million other people. Put numbnuts on. Roommate (to me): It’s for you. Me: Who is it? Roommate: Her Majesty. Me: I don’t wanna talk to Elton John right now. He’ll want me to buy more of that Avon crap he’s selling. Roommate: Not that Her Majesty, the other one. Me: Tom Cruise? Roommate: No, stupid. Oprah. Me: Oh, geez. Now what does she want? Hey, did she ever pay back that five dollars? Roommate: She still owes a dollar. Me: Figures. Tell her I’m at Cannes with Liz

Taylor. Roommate: She’s dead. Me: Then tell her I’m dead. Roommate: He’s dead, Oprah. Oprah: No, he’s not. I can hear him. Roommate: She can hear you. Rolling my eyes at roommate Me to Oprah: Hey, Baby. Funny thing I was just dialing you when you called. Crazy, huh? What are you doing? Did you get my card? Yeah, well I sent it. Check your mail. Gayle probably hid it. You know how jealous she is of our friendship. Oprah: Listen, I’ve got to make a decision today, and I need to know if you’re on. Me: On what? You know I went to that rehab and got clean. Why are you hounding me? I’m not on anything. Oprah: I’m talking about you taking over my show. We’ve been talking about it for months. Are you still gonna do it? Me: Oh, that. Well, gosh. Didn’t you hear? That network that does Katie Couric is after me, too. Animal Planet? Something like that. And Fox. Oh, god, Oprah. They won’t leave me alone. They said they need a gay commentator like today. Can you believe it? One picture of Tom Cruise and me naked on his boat, and now I’m gay. I’m gonna sue. What lawyer did you use in that Texas lawsuit? Oh, and tell Maya I’ll need her support, too. Like she did you. I’m mighty traumatized. Tell her to write a little something that sums up how I feel. I’ll give it to the press. Oprah: What the hell are you talking about? Shut up, and listen to me. I am not, now listen to me, I am not giving my show to Gayle. She’s been riding my coat tails for 25 years, and I’m sick of it. Me: Honey, I dun tole you an tole you dat Gayle ain’t no good. Oprah: What? Why the hell are you talking like Mammy from Gone With The Wind? Me: Mammy? I sound like Mammy? I was going for George Bush. Oprah: Well stop it before I slap the snot plum out of you. Now, look. I have to make an announcement in about an hour. I’m saying you’re taking over the show. Me: Oh, gosh, Oprah. I don’t know. You know I’m wallpapering the bathroom, and I have that little book club every Friday night. Oprah: I have a book club, too. Me: You do? How come I never heard about it? Oprah: Forget about it. It’s just a gimmick I thought up. Look, I’ll start you off at two an episode. Me: Two million an episode? Oprah: What? Are you drunk? Two dollars an

episode. Me: Fox is offering five. Oprah: Fox is stupid. I’ll give you two fifty. And you get Gayle. Me: Yeah, like I need that baggage. She’s your side kick. Oprah: What do you mean by that? Me: By what? Oprah: Side kick. You implying Gayle and I are lesbians? Me: If the Birkenstock fits. Oprah: I’ll give you three, and not a word about Gayle and me. Me: What about the pictures? Oprah: Burn them. I’ll burn the ones of you and Tom. Me: Oh, so you’re the one with those pictures. You said you didn’t know how the Enquirer got them. You’re mean, Oprah. You really are. Do you know hard Tom cried when those pictures got out? I had to hold him for like five hours. And it was really hot, so we had to take our shirts off. Oprah: That idiot ruined my couch. Me: So? He ruined my sheets. Oprah: I’ll tell Martha to send you some more. So do we have a deal? Three bucks a show, and I’ll give you a room down at the Motel 6 where you can stay when you’re doing shoots. Me: And my own makeup people? Oprah: Hmmm. No, I’ve got some crap I’ll send you that Elton John sold me. Listen, I gotta go. I’m gonna make this announcement today. I gotta go break up Gayle and Stedman. She has him in a head lock. Oprah Hollering: Gayle, let him go. I told you I’m with him just to shut the press up. Let him go. So there you have it. I didn’t want to have to release this transcript, but Oprah’s backtracking forces me to do so. I better go practice for my close up. • Steve Ramos is senior editor at Dallas Voice. He can be reached at





Is Sen. Wendy Davis ignoring the LGBT community in her campaign? RESULTS FROM LAST WEEK’S POLL: Does PDA (public display of affection), both gay and straight, make you uncomfortable? • Not at all: 46 percent 135 Votes cast • Somewhat: 44 percent • Very: 10 percent

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Special thanks to the following suppliers of products for the photoshoots, which can be purchased at the following locations: Addicted from ES Collection, 3926 Cedar Springs Road. ESCollection/webs/usa. American Harvest and Jarrod Doak, Andrew Christian, available at retailers and at aussieBum CA-RIO-CA, SunDek and LASC, all provided by LUX. Bask-It, available at retailers and online at H&M, NorthPark Center, 8687 N. Central Expressway, LUX: a tanning spa, 4411 Lemmon Ave., Ste. 105. M. Gianni Collection, available exclusively at Fashion Optical, 3430 Oak Lawn Ave. Marek+Richard, available online at Puma, available at retailers and online at Rufskin, available online at Skivvies, 4001 Cedar Springs Road. Timoteo, available at retailers and at Special thanks to the ilume, 4123 Cedar Springs Road, and especially Ernesto Herrera-Brito, Van Lynch and Luke Crosland for their help in setting up the photoshoots. Thanks as well to the folks at The Purple Foundation, especially Sara Fengmeyer, for helping coordinate the photoshoot at Sisu Uptown Resort,  2505 Maple Ave. And thanks to The Mug Shot and Jason Skidmore for making the promotional video.

We owe a huge debt as well to our models: Arad Alexis Halamkar Jonathan Hill Valerie Jackson Josiah Jennings Skylar Kempel Preston Kissman Steven Kratzer Anthony Laurenzo Clovet Mae Daryl McKee Christopher Michael Meinders Misael Kole Morgan Walter Ramos Nick Rejcek Ricky Frederick Sadler Cole Santangelo Jake Steel Diego Vena

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Thai community launches inaugural Thai Festival The Thai community has been active in North Texas life for decades, but a lot of folks probably still don’t know much about the rich culture ... aside from the numerous excellent Thai restaurants across the Metroplex. They hope to change that with the first-ever North Texas Thai Culture and Food Festival, a free weekend-long celebration of Thai cuisine (including a best-of contest!), dance, religion, crafts and more (and gay-friendly, too!). It’s a huge event for a kick-off, all taking place at a gorgeous Buddhist temple. DEETS: The Buddhist Center of Dallas, 8484 Stults Road. Saturday at 11 a.m., Sunday at 10 a.m. Free.



sunday 05.25 Margarita Meltdown returns Dallas’ summer season officially begins this weekend (note the swimwear throughout the publication!), and that means parties ... and no party is complete without a margarita. So why not a festival of margaritas? Milagro and Cointreau present the fourth annual Margarita Meltdown, which celebrates the 80-year-old tequila concoction with tastes of the potent potable from a variety of mixologists, with one version crowned the best of the city. Remember: It’s important to participate in the voting process. It’s not about who wins, it’s about how drunk you get. DEETS: The Bishop Arts District. 5–10 p.m. $30.

John Waters shares his filthy world at the Kessler If he never made another movie except Pink Flamingos, John Waters would still be in the pantheon of great gay icons. But he’s done so much more. He’ll share his stories from a long, interesting life in his one-man talk, This Filthy World, at The Kessler this week. Most shocking of all? Waters insists the show is “familyfriendly.” DEETS: The Kessler, 1230 W. Davis St. Doors at 7 p.m. $50.




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SMOKE ’EM IF YOU GOT ’EM  |  Kitchen Dog presents its 16th annual New Works Festival starting this weekend, with the mainstage production ‘Barbecue Apocalypse’ from talented former Dallasite Matt Lyle. (Photo courtesy Matt Mrozek)

ARtsWeeK: NOW PlAyiNG THEATER Dallas Solo Fest. Eight performers (including three locals) mount their one-person shows in this inaugural festival. Presented by Audacity Theatre Lab. Margo Jones Theatre at the Magnolia Lounge in Fair Park, 1121 First Ave. Through May 25. New Works Festival. Kitchen Dog Theater presents this 16th annual event, with the centerpiece production Barbecue Apocalypse by Matt Lyle. The MAC, 3120 McKinney Ave. May 23–June 21. For a complete schedule of shows, visit Shear Madness. Comic mystery in T3’s downstairs space. Reviewed this week. Theatre 3, 2800 Routh St. (in the Quadrangle). Through July 20. Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure. Dallas Theater Center presents this jaunty mystery with Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous sleuth taking on Prof. Moriarty. Final weekend. Wyly Theatre, 2400 Flora St. Through White People. J.T. Rogers’ provocative play about three ordinary Americans placed unconfortably in the spotlight in a play about race, language and culture. Final weekend. Presented by Pegasus Theatre and Churchmouse Productions. Bath House Cultural Center, 521 E. Lawther Drive. 800-838-3006. FINE ARTS TJ Griffin: Animal Instinct. The gay artist opens a new show of masks and patterns. at Ro2 Art Downtown, 110 N. Akard St. Through May 25.



Carmen Menza: Equal. The local artist opens her new show of neon, fine art and sculpture as a benefit for the Human Rights Campaign. ilume Gallerie, 4123 Cedar Springs Road, suite 107. Through June 14.

fRiDAy 05.23 COMMUNITY Dick’s Happy Hour: Memorial Weekend Poolside Kick-Off. The monthly gay mixer launches into summer with DJ Charlie Phresh. Salt Dallas, 3121 Ross Ave. No cover, but RSVP required at CABARET Jim Caruso’s Cast Party. The former Dalals resident brings his New York City act to Dallas. Kitchen Cafe Dallas, 17370 Preston Road, Ste. 415. 7:30 p.m. $25.

sAtURDAy 05.24 FESTIVALS Scarborough Faire. The Renaissance festival returns for a 34th season, with new attractions. Faire Grounds, FM 66 in Waxahachie. Open through Memorial Day. North Texas Thai Culture and Food Festival. The inaugural celebration of Thai culture includes many free

Memorial Day Weekend Celebration! Cook Outs Saturday, Sunday & Monday at 1pm

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‘HEART’ FELT  |  HBO’s film adaptation of Larry Kramer’s ‘The Normal Heart,’ featuring an all-star cast that includes Joe Mantello and Mark Ruffalo, debuts Sunday. events and demonstrations (including traditional dance), as well as a visit from the Thai ambassador and a contest for the best Thai food in Dallas. The Buddhist Center of Dallas, 8484 Stults Road. Saturday from 11 a.m., Sunday from 10 a.m.

sUNDAy 05.25 BROADCAST The Normal Heart. The debut of HBO’s screen adaptation of Larry Kramer’s Tony Award-winning play about the early days of the AIDS crisis. Reviewed this week. Debuts on HBO at 8 p.m.

MONDAy 05.26 — MeMORiAl DAy COMMUNITY Ciclovia. An international event makes its Dallas debut by offering cyclists, joggers and walkers an automotivefree environment. It takes place along Cedar Springs Road from the Katy Trail to Klyde Warren Park, 10 a.m.–3 p.m.

tUesDAy 05.27 FILM The Public Enemy. The Magnolia Theater continues its Tuesday Big Movie (sponsored by Dallas Voice) with this gangster classic. Landmark’s Magnolia in the West Village. 7:30 and 10 p.m.

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Membership has it's privileges! marriage of convenience goes wrong? This awardwinning film steps into the marriage equality debate, with the screening benefiting Equality Texas. Angelika Plano, The Shops at Legacy, 7205 Bishop Road, Plano. Reception at 6:30 p.m., screening at 7 p.m. $12 in advance, $15 at the door.

tHURsDAy 05.29 PERFORMANCE John Waters: This Filthy World. The shock maven director, actor and writer delivers his one-man talk — part history, part standup. The Kessler, 1230 W. Davis St. Doors at 7 p.m. $40. CLUBS Fly Young Red, the gay rapper, makes his Dallas debut. Tin Room, 2514 Hudnall St. 11 p.m. FILM Blazing Saddles. Mel Brooks’ classic spoof of the Western gets a showing with cast member Burton Gilliam in attendance for a post-show Q&A. Wylie 12 B&B Theatres, 711 Woodbridge Parkway, Wylie. 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. $5.

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WeDNesDAy 05.28 FILM I Do. A gay Brit living in New York wants to stay in the U.S., but how can he keep his green card when his

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• auto CENTRAL KIA — (Irving); 1600 E. Airport Frwy., Irving; 888-772-9282; CENTRAL KIA — (Lewisville); 2920 Interstate 35E, Carrollton; 972-789-6900; CENTRAL KIA — (Plano); 3401 N. Central Expy., Plano; 972-422-5300; DON MASSEY CADILLAC — 11675 LBJ Fwy.; 972-840-4100; GOODSON ACURA — 4801 Lemmon Ave.; 214-6922872; HILEY MAZDA/VW— 1400 Tech Centre.; Arlington.; 817-575-6100; JOHN EAGLE HONDA — 5311 Lemmon Ave.; 800-539-1844; PARK PLACE MERCEDES-MIDCITIES — 3737 Airport Frwy.; Bedford; 817-359-4746. SOUTHWEST KIA — 888-278-9024; VAN HYUNDAI — 1301 S. Hwy I-35 East; Carrollton; 1-888-80HYUNDAI;

• clubs *ALEXANDRE’S — 4026 Cedar Springs Rd.; 214-559-0720. *1851 CLUB ARLINGTON — 931 W. Division, Arlington; 682-323-5315. *BEST FRIENDS — 2620 E. Lancaster, Ft. Worth; 817-534-2280. *BJ’S NXS — 3215 N. Fitzhugh; 214-526-9510; *THE BRICK/JOE’S — 2525 Wycliff Ave.; Ste. 120; 214-521-3154; *CHANGES — 2637 E. Lancaster; 817-413-2332. *CHERRIES — 2506 Knight St.; 214-520-8251. *CLUB KALIENTE — 4350 Maple Ave; 214-520-6676; *CLUB REFLECTIONS — 604 S. Jennings; Ft. Worth; 817-870-8867. *CROSSROADS LOUNGE — 515 Jennings, Ft. Worth; 817-332-0071. *DALLAS EAGLE — 5740 Maple Ave.; 214-357-4375; EDEN LOUNGE — 2911 Main St.; *EXKLUSIVE — 4207 Maple Ave.; 214-432-2826. *HAVANA — 4006 Cedar Springs; 214-526-9494. *HIDDEN DOOR — 5025 Bowser; 214-526-0620. *J.R.’s —3923 Cedar Springs; 214-528-1004, *PEKERS — 2615 Oak Lawn; 214-528-3333. *PUB PEGASUS — 3326 N. Fitzhugh; 214-559-4663. *RAINBOW LOUNGE — 651 S. Jennings, Ft. Worth, 817-870-2466. *ROUND-UP SALOON — 3912 Cedar Springs; 214-522-9611; *STATION 4 — 3911 Cedar Springs; 214-526-7171; *SUE ELLEN’S — 3014 Throckmorton; 214-559-0707, *THE MINING COMPANY — 3903 Cedar Springs; 214.521.4205. *TIN ROOM — 2514 Hudnall; 214-526-6365; *WOODY’S SPORTS AND VIDEO BAR — 4011 Cedar Springs; 214-520-6629. *ZIPPERS — 3333 N. Fitzhugh; 214-526-9519.


*ADULT NEW RELEASES — 9109 John Carpenter Fwy.; 214-905-0500; *ALTERNATIVES OF NEW FINE ARTS — 1720 W. Mockingbird Ln.; 214-630-7071. *MOCKINGBIRD VIDEO — 708 W. Mockingbird Ln.; 214-631-3003. *NEW FINE ARTS WEST —1966 W. Northwest Hwy.; 972-869-1097. *ODYSSEY ADULT VIDEO — 2600 Forest at Denton Dr., 972-484-4999; 950 W. Mockingbird Ln., 214-634-3077. *PARIS ADULT BOOKS & VIDEO WAREHOUSE — 1118 Harry Hines; 972-263-0774. *ZONE D’EROTICA — 2600 Forest, Dallas. 972-241-7055, XPOSED ADULT THEATER AND MEGASTORE — 910 W. Mockingbird Ln.; 214-819-0571;

entertainment, • General AT&T PERFORMING ARTS CENTER — 2403 Flora St.; 214-880-0202; *ARLINGTON MUSEUM OF ART — 201 W. Main St., Arlington;; 817-275-4600; ARTES DE LA ROSS — 1440 N. Main St; Ft. Worth; 76164; 817-624-8333. BASS HALL — 330 E. 4th St.; Ft. Worth; 817-212-4280. BEARDANCE — BRUCE WOOD DANCE PROJECT — 214-428-2263; CASA MANANA — 3101 W. Lancaster Ave.; Fort Worth; 817-321-5030; CITY PERFORMANCE HALL — 2700 Flora St.; 75201; 214-880-0202; DALLAS ARBORETUM — 8525 Garland Rd.; 214-515-6500; *DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART — 1717 N. Harwood; 214-922-1204. DALLAS SUMMER MUSICALS — 909 1st. Ave.; 214-421-5678; DALLAS OPERA — 214-443-1000;, DALLAS THEATER CENTER — 2400 Flora St..; 214-252-3927; FT. WORTH OPERA — 31-877-FWOPERA; FT. WORTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA — 330 E. 4 th St. Ft. Worth; 817-665-6500; *MAGNOLIA THEATER — 3699 McKinney Ave.; 214-520-0025. MBS PRODUCTIONS — 214-951-9550; McKINNEY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER — 111 N Tennessee; McKinney; 75069; 972-547-2650. MEADOWS MUSEUM — 5900 Bishop Blvd.; 214-768-2516.; MODERN ART MUSEUM — 3200 Darnell, Ft. Worth; 817-738-9215. NASHER SCULPTURE CENTER — 2001 Flora St.; 214-242-1500; SAMMONS PARK — (Annette Strauss Artist Square); 2100 Ross Ave.; 75201; TEXAS BALLET THEATER — 1540 Mall Circle; Ft. Worth; 817-763-0207; *THEATRE THREE — 2800 Routh, #168; 214-871-2933; TITAS — 2403 Flora St.; 75201; 214-880-0202; UPTOWN PLAYERS — P.O. Box 192264; 214-219-2718; WATERTOWER THEATRE — 15650 Addison Rd.; 972-450-6232; WINSPEAR OPERA HOUSE — (Margaret McDermott Performance Hall & Nancy Hamon Recital Hall); 2403 Flora St.; 75201; 214-880-0202; WYLY THEATRE — (Potter Rose Perofrmance Hall); 2400 Flora St.; 75201; 214-880-0202;

• HealtHcare ADVANCED FOOT CARE — Dr. Michael Saginaw, DPM; Dr. Richard Swails, DPM; Dr. Jeff Doyle, DPM; 3131 Turtle Creek Blvd., Ste. 850; 214-366-4600. ADVANCED SKIN FITNESS — 2928 Oak Lawn Ave.; 214-521-5277; ALLEN, DR. BRADY — 2929 Carlisle, Ste. 260; 214-303-1033,


AMERICAN SPECIALTY PHARMACY — 877-868-4110; AUERBACH, DR. LYNNE — (Uptown Chiropractic); 2909 Cole Ave., #205; 214-979-9013. AVITA DRUGS YOUR SPECIALIZED PHARMACY— 219 Sunset Ave.,#118-A ;214-943-5187; BOYD, CAROLE ANN, D.D.S. — 4514 Cole, #905; 214-521-6261; COVENANT MEDICAL HAND INSTITUTE — 306 E. Randol Mill Rd.; #136.; 817-224-2292.; *DALY, PATRICK, M.D. — 2603 Fairmount St.; 214-219-4100; DENOVO HEALTH —3629 OakLawn Ave., #100; 214-526-3566. DERM AESTHETICS & LASER CENTER — Dr. Anthony Caglia; 670 W. Campbell Rd., #150; 972-690-7070. DIAMOND LUXURY HEALTHCARE — 8222 Douglas Ave, #700; 214-359-3491; DISHMAN, KEITH; OPTOMETRIST — 4311 Oak Lawn, #125; 214-521-0929; DUNN, PAUL, D.D.S. — 1110 N. Buckner Blvd; 214-784-5944 FLOSS — 3131 Lemmon Ave.; 214-978-0101; GRAGERT, AMY (PSYCHOTHERAPY) — 2610 State St.; 6015 Berkshire; 214-740-1600. GRANETO, DONALD., MD — (General Practice/HIV Medicine); 2929 Carlisle St., # 260; 214-303-1033; HUPERT, MARK J., M.D. — (Infectious Disease); 3801 Gaston Ave., #300; 214-828-4702. INFINITY FOOT AND ANKLE— 2501 Oak lawn # 201, 972-274-5708; KINDLEY, DR. GARY, D. MIN. — (Pastoral Counselor) 3906 Lemmon Ave., #400; 817-312-9919; LEE, DAVID M., M.D. — (Internal Medicine/HIV Medicine); 2929 Carlisle; #260; 214-303-1033, LOVELL, CYNTHIA, M.E.D, L.P.C. — Counselor; 5217 McKinney Ave., #210; 214-497-6268; MARTIN, DAVID, MD; — (Plastic Surgeon); 7777 Forest Ln., Ste. C-625; 972-566-6988. MARTIN, RANDY, L.P.C. — (Psychotherapy); 214-520-7575. NEIGHBORHOOD CLINIC UPTOWN — 2909 Lemmon Ave.; 214-941-4000. OAK LAWN DERMATOLOGY— 3500 Oak Lawn, Ave., Ste. 650; 214-520-8100; PALETTI, ALFRED J., DDS — 5510 Abrams Rd., #102; 214-691-2969. PARKLAND HOSPITAL — 5201 Harry Hines Blvd.; 214-590-8000; *POUNDERS, STEVEN M., M.D. — 3500 Oak Lawn Ave., #600; 214-520-8833. PHILIPS, KAY, M.D. — (Baylor); 9101 N. Central, #300; 214-363-2305. PRIDE PHARMACY GROUP — 2929 Carlisle St., #115; 214-954-7389; SAFIR, DR. ALLEN — (Doctor Eyecare); 4414 Lemmon Ave.; 214-522-3937. SALAS, MICHAEL — (Vantage Point Counseling); 4141 Office Parkway, 75204; 214-471-8650; SPECTRUM CHIROPRACTIC & ACUPUNTURE — 3906 Lemmon,; #214; 214-520-0092; *STONEWALL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH, INC. — 3626 N. Hall, #723; 214-521-1278; 1-888-828-TALK; TERRELL, KEVIN, DDS, PC — (Dentist); 2603 Oak Lawn Ave., #100; 214-329-1818; THRIVE INSTITUTE — 4020 Oaklawn Ave.; 214-420-0100; TOTAL MED SOLUTIONS— 5445 La Sierra Dr., Ste 420; 214-987-9200; 6101 Windcom Ct., Ste 300; 214-987-9203. TOTAL VEIN TREATMENT CENTERS— 5232 Forest Ln., # 100; 972-839-4816; TRIBBLE, DR. MARC A. — 2929 Carlisle St., #260; 214.303.1033,; TSENG, EUGENE, D.D.S. — 3300 Douglas, Ste. A; 214-855-0789. *UPTOWN PHYSICIANS GROUP — 2929 Carlisle St., #260; 214-303-1033, UPTOWN PSYCHOTHERAPY — 4144 N. Central Expwy., #520; 214-824-2009; UPTOWN VISION — 2504 Cedar Springs; 214-953-EYES; VASQUEZ CLINIC — 2929 Welborn; 214-528-1083;

• insurance ALEX LONG INSURANCE AGENCY — (Alex Long); 3435 N. Belt Line Rd., #119; 972-570-7000 or 877-570-8008; IRVIN INSURANCE SERVICES — (Farmers); 14651 Dallas Pkwy., # 110; 972-367-6200. STEVEN GRAVES INSURANCE AGENCY — 2919 Welborn, Ste 100; 214-599-0808;

• privateclubs *CLUB DALLAS — 2616 Swiss; 214-821-1990; *MIDTOWNE SPA — 2509 Pacific; 214-821-8989;

• realestate AULD, ANGELA — (Ebby); 817-291-5903. BUYADALLASHOME.COM — 214-500-0007. DPL FLATS — (Array Capitol Investment); 214-886-2898 FLEENOR, KIRSTEN — 222 Browder St.; 214-747-0700; HENRY, JOSEPH — (Keller Williams); 214-520-4122; HEWITT & HABGOOD — (Dave Perry Miller); 2828 Routh, #100: 214-752-7070; LONE STAR GAS LOFTS — 300 S. St. Paul St; 214-748-0300; ILUME — 4123 Cedar Springs Rd.; 214-520-0588; MARTIN, KEN — (David Griffin); 214-293-5218. NALL, STEVE — (Virginia Cook); 972-248-5429; NESSEL DEVELOPMENT — 6603 E. Lovers Ln.;888-836-8234; NUCIO, TONY — (Nucio Realty Group); 3100 Monticello, #200; 214-395-0669; ORAM, MARK— (Keller Williams); 214-850-1674; PARKER, BRIAN — (Ebby’s Urban Alliance); 214-443-4909; PNC MORTGAGE— 8235Douglas Ave.; 972-473-8924; SILBRO ENTERPRISES — 972-525-0234; SALADIN, MARTY—1227 Fern Ridge Pkwy #200; St. Louis, MO 877.763.8111; SCHINKLE, DANIEL — (Lone Star Luxury) ; 214-448-6398; SORRENTO, THE — 8616 Turtle Creek Blvd.; 214-369-3400; SOUTHWESTERN, THE — 5959 Maple Ave.; 214-352-5959; WATERMARK—; (Joe DeuPree); 214-559-5690; ( George Durstine); 214-559-6090; (Danny Allen Scott); 972-588-8304 WYNN REALTY — (Craig Patton); 18636 Vista Del Sol Dr.; 469-449-9917; YONICK, KEITH — Realtor; 214-686-1586.

• restaurants AI SUSHI SAKE GRILL— 4123 Cedar Springs Rd.; 214-468-4587; *ALFREDO’S PIZZA — 4043 Trinity Mills, #108; 972-307-1678. *ALL GOOD CAFE — 2934 Main St.; 214-742-5362. *ANGELA’S CAFE —7929 Inwood, #121; 214-904-8122. *AVILA’S—4714 Maple Ave.; 214-520-2700; *BLACK-EYED PEA — 3857 Cedar Springs; 214-521-4580. *BURGER ISLAND — 4422-B Lemmon Ave.; 214-443-0015. *BUZZBREWS KITCHEN — 4334 Lemmon Ave.; 214-5214334; 4154 Fitzhugh; 214-826-7100; CHILI’S — 3230 Knox; 214-520-1555; CREMONA KITCHEN— 2704 Worthington.; 214-871-115. *DICKEY’S BARBECUE — 2525 Wycliff Ave.; 214-780-0999; *EINSTEIN BROTHERS BAGELS — 3827 Lemmon Ave.,; 214-526-5221; 3050 University, Ft. Worth, 817-923-3444. *THE GREAT AMERICAN HERO — 4001 Lemmon Ave.; 214-521-2070. HARD ROCK CAFE — 2211 N. Houston St.; 469-341-7625; *HOWARD WANG’S UPTOWN — 3223 Lemmon Ave.; 214-954-9558;

*HUNKY’S — 4000 Cedar Springs and 321 N. Bishop St.; 214-522-1212; JOHNATHON’S OAK CLIFF— 1111 N. beckley Ave.; 214-946-2221; KOMALI MEXICAN CUISINE—4152 Cole Ave. #106; 214-252-0200. *MAMA’S DAUGHTERS’ DINER — 2014 Irving Blvd.; 214-742-8646; *MAIN STREET CAFÉ — 2023 S. Cooper, Arlington; 817-801-9099. *MCDONALD’S — 4439 Lemmon Ave.; 214-522-0697. *POP DINER — 3600 McKinney Ave.; 214-599-8988; SAKHUU THAI CUISINE — 4810 Bryan St., Ste 100; 214-828-9300; *SAL’S PIZZA — 2525 Wycliff; 214-522-1828. SALUM —4152 Cole Ave. #103; 214-252-9604 *SPIRAL DINER AND BAKERY — 1101 N. Beckley; 214-948-4747. *STARBUCK COFFEE — 3330 Oak Lawn, 214-219-0369; 4101 Lemmon Ave, 214-522-3531. *STRATOS GREEK TAVERNA — 2907 W. Northwest Hwy.; 214-352-3321; TEXAS LAND AND CATTLE — 3130 Lemmon Ave.; 214-526-4664; *THAIRIFFIC — 4000 Cedar Springs; 972-241-2412; TILLMAN’S ROADHOUSE — 324 W. 7th St.; 214-942-0988; TWO CORKS AND A BOTTLE— 2800 Routh St. # 140 ( the quadrangle); 75251; 214-871-WINE (9463); VERACRUZ CAFE — 408 N. Bishop St. #107.; 214-948-4746; WENDY KRISPIN -CATERER — 214-748-5559;

• services AGAIN & AGAIN — 1202 N. Riverfront; 214-746-6300; ALLEN, RON, CPA, P.C. — 2909 Cole Ave., #300; 214-954-0042. ALTA MERE TINTING — 4302 Lemmon Ave.; 214-521-7477; ANTIQUE FLOORS — 1221 Dragon St.; 214-760-9330; ANTIQUE GALLERY OF LEWISVILLE — 1165 S. Stemmons Fwy. #126 .; 972-219-0474; ANTIQUE GALLERY OF MESQUITE— 3330 N. Galloway #225.; 972-270-7700; BLUE RIBBON HEAT & AIR — 10033 Lake Highlands Pl., 75218; 214-823-8888; CAMPBELL CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION — 214-802-2280; CONSIGNMENT SOLUTIONS — 1931 Skillman St.; 214-827-8022; ECA VAPE1 — 2525 Inwood #125; 214-357-8273 (VAPE); ELITE VALET — 972-247-7073; *ENERGY FITNESS — 2901 Cityplace West Blvd.; 214-219-1900. FLOATSTORAGE.COM — GIACO, ERNIE CPA — 817-731-7450. GREAT SKIN BY LYNNE — 4245 N. Central Expy., #450; 214-526-6160; *HOLLYWOOD STYLE NAILS — 3523 Oak Lawn; 214-526-7133. HOPE COTTAGE — (Adoption); 4209 McKinney Ave.; 214-526-8921; IDEAL DENTAL — 4323 Lemmon Ave.; 214-278-6557; *JESSICA HAIR SALON — 4420 Lemmon; 214-521-9244. LIFELONG ADOPTIONS — 888-829-0891; LUX: A TANNING SALON — 4411 Lemmon Ave., #105; 75219; 214-521-4589; NORAM CAPITOL HOLDINGS— 15303 N. Dallas Pkwy., #1030 214-498-3000; NORTH HAVEN GARDENS — 7700 Northaven Rd.; 214-363-5316: THE NAIL SPA DALLAS — 4020 Cedar Springs Rd.; 214-526-6245; *POOCH PATIO — 3811 Fairmount; 214-252-1550. PORTRAIT SKETCHES BY DAVID PHILIPS — 214-498-6273; SALON AURA —3910 Cedar Springs; 75219; 214-443-0454. SARDONE CONSTRUCTION — 4447 N. Central Expwy #11C; 972-786-5849; SYNTHETIC GRASS PROS — 500 E. State Hwy 121, #D; 972-420-7800;

*SIR SPEEDY — 2625 Oak Lawn; 214-522-2679. SPCA OF TEXAS — 2400 Lone Star Dr.; 214-461-1829; *SUPERCUTS — 4107 Lemmon Ave.; 214-522-1441; TADDY’S PET SERVICES— 214-732-4721; zTEXAS BEST FENCE — 500 E. State Hwy 121, #B; 972-2450640; TITLE BOXING CLUB— 4140 Lemmon Ave. #275; 214-520-2964; TERRY THOMPSON PHOTOGRAPHY — 214-629-7663; *UPS STORE — 3824 Cedar Springs, #101; 214-683-8466. WOODYS GROOMING LOUNGE— 5610 Lemmon Ave.; 214-522-2887;

• sHops ALL OCCASIONS FLORIST — 3428 Oak Lawn; 214-528-0898; *ART IS ART — 2811 N. Henderson Ave.; 214-823-8222; *BISHOP ST. MARKET — 419 N. Bishop; 214-941-0907. BLUE SMOKE OF DALLAS— 4560 W. Mockingbird Ste. 102., 469-358-2706; BUD LIGHT — BUILDER’S SURPLUS — 2610 W. Miller Rd., 972-926-0100; 5832 E. Belnap, 817-831-3600. CHOCOLATE CASCADES OF TEXAS— 817-768-7540; *CONDOM SENSE — 4038 Cedar Springs; 214-552-3141. DULCE INTERIOR CONSIGNMENT — 2914 Oak Lawn; 214-827-7496; ECA VAPE1 — 2525 Inwood #125; 214-357-VAPE (8273); FASHION OPTICAL — 3430 Oak Lawn; 214-526-6006; FREEDOM FURNITURE — 13810 Welch Rd.; 972-385-7368. FURNITURE CONSIGNMENT GALLERY — 6000 Colleyville Blvd.; 817-488-7333.; *GASPIPE — 4420 Maple Ave.; 214-526-5982. *GOODY GOODY LIQUOR — 3316 Oak Lawn, 214-252-0801. *HALF-PRICE BOOKS — 5803 E. Northwest Hwy; 2211 S. Cooper, Arlington. HARPER & HOUND — 2201 Long Prairie Rd. #630; 972-658-3896; Flower Mound; IMAGE EYEWEAR — 4268 Oak Lawn at Wycliff; 214-521-6763; *KROGER — 4142 Cedar Springs; 214-599-9859. LONESTAR ARTISANS — 469-387-8581; *LULA B’S WEST — 1010 N. Riverfront (Industrial); 214-749-1929: MITCHELL GOLD & BOB WILLAIMS— 4519 McKinney Ave.; 214-753-8700; OUTLINES MENSWEAR — 3906 Cedar Springs; 214-528-1955. *PETROPOLITAN — 408 S. Harwood; 214-741-4100. *PRIDE PRODUCTIONS — 4038 Cedar Springs; 214-219-9113. *SKIVVIES — 4001-C Cedar Springs; 214-559-4955. *TAPELENDERS — 3926 Cedar Springs; 214-528-6344. TEXAS SIAMESE RESCUE— 1123 N. Corinth; Cornith, TX; 940-367-7767; THE VENUE WOW— 717 S. Good Latimer Expwy; 214-935-1650; UPTOWN VISION — 2504 Cedar Springs; 214-953-EYES; VENETIAN FURNITURE — 122 Leslie St.; 872-241-6700; *WHITE ROCK SPORTS — 718 N Buckner Blvd, #108; 214-321-6979. *WHOLE FOODS MARKET — 2218 Greenville Ave.; 214-824-1744; Lemmon Ave. at Lomo Alto; 801 E. Lamar; Arlington. *WINE MARKET — 3858 Oak Lawn; 214-219-6758. WIZARDS SMOKE SHOP — 3219 N. Fitzhugh.

• travel AMERICAN AIRLINES — 800-433-7300; HOTEL TRINITY— 2000 Beach St.; 817-534-4801.; THE PAUER GROUP - CRUISE EXPERTS — 972-241-2000; GAYRIBBEAN CRUISES — 214-303-1924; * Dallas Voice Distribution location


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Zach and Jason at Tin Room.

Kathy at Sue Ellen’s.

Dallas at Tin Room.

Lee at the Brick.

Friends at Sue Ellen’s.

Dat ass at the Brick.

Making the SCENE the week of May 23–29: 1851 Club: Eric Himan performs. Friday at 10 p.m. Alexandre’s: Open mic with Carlos Saenz on Friday at 10 p.m. Bad Habits on Saturday at 10 p.m. Sheran Keyton on Wednesday at 9 p.m. Alicia Silex on Thursday at 9 p.m. Club Changes: Wall of Food meeting at 8 p.m. Club Reflection: Cookout on Sunday at 4 p.m. Dallas Eagle: DJ Paul Kraft on Friday. National Leather Association presents Leather Perspectives on Saturday at 2 p.m. DJ Blaine Soileau on Saturday and Sunday. JR.’s Bar & Grill: NetChix with Krystal and Asia on Monday. JR.’s Potluck with Edna Jean, Onyx, Chanel and Dimentia on Tuesday. Sue Ellen’s: Bad Reputation on Friday. Kickback on Saturday. Emily Herring Band on Sunday. Bella & Darla on Wednesday. To view more Scene photos, go to



• John, Ricki, Brady and Paul at the Brick.

Looking Fierce at Woody’s Sports & Video Bar.

Sean, Blit and Oscar at the Eagle.

Alan, Sean and Glen at the Eagle.

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BG, KC and KB at the Brick.

Brandon and Brian at the Eagle. Michael at the Brick.

Glen and Jose at TMC: The Mining Company.

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