Catch a Kaleidoscopic Curation of Colors at Koken

For the 2018 edition of the Metro Trans Umbrella Group’s annual art show, the group is returning to where the tradition began five years ago: Koken Art Factory in the Fox Park neighborhood. Curator Alex Johnmeyer says that for a suggested donation of $5, guests can catch a stage show featuring variety acts, live music

Saturday Scrummage

If you have a thing for callus-knuckled rugby players, you’ll be able to cheer on (and maybe check out) more than 70 of them on April 7 in Forest Park. At the Spring Fever tournament — an event organized by International Gay Rugby — five teams will be competing, all with incredible names: the Dallas

Up for an Adult-Level Wonderland? Venture Down This Rabbit Hole

The deeper you venture into Wonderland at 2720 this weekend, the curiouser and curiouser it will feel. The organizers at Xhibition Art (Lola Von Ella, Mimi Le Uke and others) are promising three floors of immersive erotic art experience. The theme: Alice in Wonderland, with a “decidedly adult twist.” All guests are strongly encouraged to

For Crafted’s Dianna Watson, 2018 Is Off to a Lucky Start

There’s a superstition, particularly in the South, that eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s Eve will bring good luck. So at the dawning of 2018, Dianna Watson, the head chef at Crafted in Tower Grove East, decided to add her favorite version of them to the menu: black-eyed-pea fritters. Her plan was fairly simple: She

Being a Fit “Daddy” Is Totally Doable. Just Ask This Guy

If you’ve been out on the prowl recently — whether that entails seeking Mr. Right, seeking Mr. Right Now, carousing in after-dark homo hot spots or exploring the internet’s ever-booming global gay boomtown — there’s something about gay men you can’t help but notice: As a group, we are aging. Unlike other groups, however, we’re