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Movin’ On Upcycling

Movin’ On Upcycling

When it comes to Jeffersons, our heart will always belong to Weezy. But we were just introduced to a new Jefferson that makes us smile just as much. Say hello to the Jefferson messenger/laptop bag from Alchemy Goods. Made of reclaimed bicycle inner tubes, the bag offers plenty of storage, a padded interior that holds […]

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Shea, Shantay

Shea, Shantay

It puts the body butter on its skin. That’s what we now instruct all the guys we lock in our basement. Because if we’re gonna make a new dress out of human flesh, we not only want it to be smooth, we want it to smell fantastic! But all Silence of the Lambsing aside, even […]

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Calling All Swingers

Calling All Swingers

Like a songbird with a time machine, Isabel Rose brings the 1960s to life with a cheeky nod to the past, but a delightfully modern sensibility. Out today, the singer’s Trouble in Paradise album takes a swing at American songbook and pop classics and infuses them with even more Vegas-style brass and sass than many […]

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Dallas Edition

Brunch Of The Month: Bloody Cheap

Brunch Of The Month: Bloody Cheap

Two dollars makes us holler—for another Bloody Mary! That’s because the new brunch at Cucina Neighborhood Italian is filled with two-buck drinks, including Mimosas, Bellinis and, of course, that little tomato-vodka cocktail we love so much. Brunch service just launched a couple weeks ago so it’s still relatively quiet, but that’ll all change once people […]

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Pride On The Side

Pride On The Side

Not sure about you, but all the parade-watching we’ll be doing on Sunday is going to make us hungry. Really, really hungry. Thankfully, the equivalent of a mobile food court will be just blocks away from the Pride festivities for a great between-being-proud snack. Variety is the name of the game at The Great Texas […]

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Sweet Charities

Sweet Charities

Charity begins at home—on your laptop. Because let’s face it, not every charitable contribution has to be accompanied by an open bar and a swag bag. Sometimes, it’s good to give generously without a big party as a backdrop. And that’s what’s happening tomorrow from 6:00 a.m. to midnight during the sixth North Texas Giving […]

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Moxie Mo Show

Apple’s iPhone 6 and Apple Watch – Here’s What to Know

Apple’s iPhone 6 and Apple Watch – Here’s What to Know

By on September 9, 2014 in Moxie Mo Show

After months and months of speculation, Apple’s event revealed some of its biggest buzz with the iPhone 6 and they added a brand new product category, the Apple Watch, to its mix. Here’s everything you need to know! Who knew tech could be so moxie? This episode is brought to you by Audiobooks.com! Use our […]

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Instagram’s Hyperlapse App, Apple’s Bigger 12.9-Inch iPad Pro?

Instagram’s Hyperlapse App, Apple’s Bigger 12.9-Inch iPad Pro?

By on August 26, 2014 in Moxie Mo Show

Instagram launches a brand new app, Hyperlapse, which helps you make really cool, ultra smooth, professional time-lapse videos. Plus, breaking news just in today… is Apple really working on a much bigger 12.9-inch iPad? I’ve got all the scoop! Who knew tech could be so moxie? This episode is brought to you by IX Web Hosting! Use […]

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Apple’s iPhone 6: What to Expect?

Apple’s iPhone 6: What to Expect?

By on August 18, 2014 in Moxie Mo Show

The iPhone rumors are at fever pitch, thanks to Apple’s upcoming September 9 event, which many believe will have Apple unveil not just one new iPhone, but two new iPhones! The Moxie Mo has the top iPhone 6 rumors and speculations expected to be unveiled on September 9. Two Different Sized iPhones As widely reported, […]

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Ken Said

This Is Why You’re Forty and Single

This Is Why You’re Forty and Single

By on July 22, 2014 in Ken Said

It’s widely regarded that if you’re not partnered up by the time you’re forty, you’re damaged goods, past your sell-by date and risk being put in the dating half-off bin. We all know that’s a bunch of crap. I mean, there are plenty of fantastic guys out there far north of forty. (Okay, maybe not […]

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3 Totally Obvious Fitness Tips You’re Not Doing

3 Totally Obvious Fitness Tips You’re Not Doing

By on May 20, 2014 in Ken Said

It’s safe to say that the whole fitness industry has gotten a little out of hand. Every other day there’s a new miracle ‘must-have’ supplement or training program promising to take us all from chubby to chiseled. What’s ever more astonishing is how easily we can get hooked into the supplement spending frenzy, and completely […]

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7 Men You Can Never Date

7 Men You Can Never Date

By on April 9, 2014 in Ken Said

Let’s face it; we’ve all fallen prey to a handsome face, kind smile, great bulge build. Sure, at first glance, he seems like Mr. Absolutely Right. He sweeps you off your cynical feet with witty texts, great dinners and thoughtful gestures. The sex is incredible. You just made his latest selfie the wallpaper on your […]

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Queer In The Kitchen

Scalloped Potato Gratin

Scalloped Potato Gratin

By on September 18, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

This is time a year when the wheels come off, we lower our guards and crash head-on into the magical, not-oft visited, world of carbohydrates.           But like we always say, if you’re gonna do something, then you clearly couldn’t talk anyone into doing it for you find a way to incorporate […]

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Apple Pretzel Tarte Tatin

Apple Pretzel Tarte Tatin

By on September 11, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

John has a long, sordid history with flipping. Flipping desserts that is. Our group of friends will never forget the sweet potato spice cake he tried to replicate from O Magazine. What had happened was… instead of picturesque slices of sweet potatoes (in concentric circles, mind you) drizzled with a glimmering, sweet glaze, John plopped something […]

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Broccoli + Leek Au Gratin

Broccoli + Leek Au Gratin

By on September 4, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

No, Thanksgiving spread would be complete without some sort of broccoli/rice/cheese casserole. It would be like Sunday Brunch any morning without mimosas. Thanks, champagne.           Even Kyle’s partner, Dean, has a “recipe.” Note: this is the guy that smothers almost everything in ketchup and whose favorite meal combo is mac and cheese […]

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Pink Traveler

Best of Hawaii: The Modern Honolulu

Best of Hawaii: The Modern Honolulu

By on May 26, 2014 in Pink Traveler

Situated just a few steps from the waters of Waikiki, The Modern Honolulu possesses the best of both modern luxury and beachside fantasy. Its chic sunrise pool and relaxing sunset pool scene, ocean view suites with crisp, white decor and the most popular lounge and nightclub in the city, this hotel combines the appeal of […]

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Zip Into Louisiana

Zip Into Louisiana

The craziest thing you’ve ever done in Louisiana no longer requires showing body parts for shiny plastic beads. Instead, it involves keeping those same appendages out of the path of giant chomping alligators. Welcome to Shreveport-Bossier, a delightful pairing of cities with more than their fair share of Southern charm and eccentric characters. With gambling […]

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Rocky Mountain Gays

Rocky Mountain Gays

By on December 17, 2013 in Pink Traveler

Assume the missionary position now. Because you’re headed to Salt Lake City, a surprisingly awesome gay destination. The home base for homo-hating Mormons may not sound like an ideal place to vacation, but once The Advocate named it the best gay city in 2012, we had to check it out for ourselves. And boy are […]

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