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Police have info that anti-LGBTQ group headed to Texas between Oct. 21 and Nov. 1

Police have received information that an anti-LGBTQ and anti-Semitic group is headed to Texas sometime between Oct.21 and Nov. 1. No credible threats have been confirmed but extra police will be around Cedar Springs for the Halloween party on Saturday night. The purpose of the group’s “tours” is to harass the Jewish community and the LGBTQ community and receive as much media attention as it can while doing so. The group livestreams their activities hoping to capture the angry...

Police have info that anti-LGBTQ group headed to Texas between Oct. 21 and Nov. 1

Police have received information that an anti-LGBTQ and anti-Semitic group is headed to Texas sometime between Oct.21 and Nov. 1. No credible threats have been confirmed but extra police will be around Cedar Springs for the Halloween party on Saturday night. The purpose of the group’s “tours” is to harass the Jewish community and the LGBTQ community and receive as much media attention as it can while doing so. The group livestreams their activities hoping to capture the angry...

REVIEW: ‘Come From Away’ charms as a theatrical act of kindness

Twenty years ago, the country was reeling from the aftereffects of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon as well as the crash in Pennsylvania. Those of us here at home had a mixed bag of feelings: anxious, fearful, neighborly, united. But Come From Away spins a musical tale about those Americans who weren’t here when it happened and found themselves in a middle-of-nowhere town in Newfoundland. While harrowing, their experiences were certainly different.  A musical about...

Letter to a future Mama Bear

What I wish I had known when my son first came out Dear Liz, In a few days your son, Nick, is going to come out to you as a member of the LGBTQ+ community. When that happens, your thoughts and feelings are going to be all over the place. You’ll feel alone and lost, not sure of where to turn to. You’ll want to say the right things, but you won’t know what to say. And you’ll need someone to help you, someone who cares and understands, and can help you be the mom your son needs you to be. I’ve...

 

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White case isn’t cold

Alan White It has been a year since Alan White was murdered, but police assure community the investigation remains active DAVID TAFFET | Senior Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Oct. 22 marked one year since the disappearance of Alan White. While police have not arrested anyone or named any suspects in his murder, Dallas police this week assured the LGBTQ community that the case is still open and still being investigated. Dallas Police LGBT liaison Megan Thomas said this case has “definitely...

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Try a different Halloween sweet treat omakase style

  Make Your Life Sweeter (MYLS) lived up to its moniker during this ghostly season at a preview for its Spooky Omakase dessert experience. The “sweet boutique” is offering a different sort of Halloween treat that’s sweet and ready for the ‘Gram and TikTok. Owner Yasmeen Tadia and her all-female team have created a 13-course menu that includes color-changing mocktails, eyeball macarons and even “blood” bags.  Guests partake in the sugary courses within the cozy boutique at the Galleria....