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Rover Dramawerks and 365 Women a Year Play Festival

LOCAL | By EDGE | Mar 16
From March 19-22, Rover Dramawerks is pleased to partner with the playwrights' group 365 Women A Year to present the first festival of plays written in 2014 in Texas.

Texas Native Tori Scott Brings New Show to Dallas

MUSIC | By Winnie McCroy | Mar 5
Texas native Tori Scott stages the hilariously entertaining new show "I'll Regret This Tomorrow," taking place at the Out of the Loop Festival at the WaterTower Theatre in Addison from March 13-15.

Where to Go in 2015: Houston

By Matthew Wexler | Jan 4
Go big or go home. For our final "Where to Go in 2015" installment, it's going to be a knee slappin' good time in the Lone Star State. Watch out, Houston, here we come.

San Antonio Gay Bar Workers Beaten in Alleged Anti-Gay Attack

CRIME | By Winnie McCroy | Dec 18
Employees of the San Antonio, Texas gay bar, the Saint Showbar, said they were brutally beaten outside their place of employment in the early morning hours of Wednesday, Dec. 17, and they believe it was because they are gay.

The Postman Always Brings Meth

CRIME | By Winnie McCroy | Nov 23
A veteran mail carrier was arrested last week while driving along his route in Texas, when police busted him distributing methamphetamine along with the mail.

Male Strippers on Ebola Nurse Flight Self-Quarantine

NATIONAL | By Winnie McCroy | Oct 17
Apparently, male strippers now have a higher level of protocol for Ebola than the CDC, self-quarantining after sharing a flight with the infected Texas nurse.

Texas Rep. Compares Gay Marriage to Cancer

NATIONAL | By Winnie McCroy | Oct 1
Texas' GOP state representative recently compared gay marriage to cancer, and said that gay people shouldn't marry because they can't have children, comparing it to the losing streak of the Phoenix Suns -- but one that would never end.

Citing Joan Rivers Death, Rick Perry Backs Abortion Clinic Law

POLITICS | Sep 22
Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Sunday invoked comedian Joan Rivers' death at a surgical clinic while defending a law he signed that would close the majority of abortion facilities in the nation's second-most populous state.

Tea-Bagging Teen Gets Felony Charge for Polluting Pizza

CRIME | By EDGE | Sep 17
A man in suburban Austin, Texas got more than he ordered when a disgruntled pizza shop worker, angered that an order was called in shortly before closing time, decided to add his scrotum as a surprise topping to a family size stuffed pizza.

Houston Pastors Battle Lesbian Mayor's Gay Rights Ordinance

NATIONAL | By Winnie McCroy | Aug 30
A group of pastors and congregants seeking a repeal for Houston's Equal Rights Ordinance have taken their case to the highest court in Texas.

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