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Well Deserved

Well Deserved

Winning isn’t everything, but sometimes it’s still pretty fantastic. When The Normal Heart debuted on HBO in May, we were transfixed by the performances. And clearly, Emmy voters were, too, as the AIDS drama took home the gold statue for Outstanding Television Movie this past Monday. If you missed it because you don’t subscribe to […]

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Kinder, Tastier

Kinder, Tastier

Let’s be frank. Most protein bars on the market taste like Play-Doh mixed with granola, cinnamon and disappointment. But the KIND brand of snacks has always delivered a high-quality product with ingredients you can actually identify both on the wrapper and by sight. Now, they’ve created five savory flavors under the label STRONG & KIND […]

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Father Figures

Father Figures

The hottest fashion accessory for Fall 2014: Gay dads. It’s true. They come in every color, shape and size and are a must-have addition to every social circle. Because sometimes we just need a good excuse to rent a bounce house or re-Scotchguard the furniture. And now that nearly every gay couple we know leave […]

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Dallas Edition

Brunch Of The Month: Nooner In The Cliff

Brunch Of The Month: Nooner In The Cliff

We’re not typically fans of the whole “less is more” concept. Except when said less is part of the word bottomless. Of course, bottomless mimosas shouldn’t be the sole reason you seek out a brunch spot, but when they’re offered in conjunction with incredible food, it’s a hard combination to beat. So get your thirsty […]

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Monica Greene’s Favorite Things

Monica Greene’s Favorite Things

For decades in Dallas, there was one restaurateur who topped the list as a favorite of the LGBT community: Monica Greene. Wednesday nights at Monica’s Aca y Alla in Deep Ellum were legendary and the place to see and be seen. Ciudad became a Sunday morning brunch staple. And Pegaso Taqueria all too briefly brought […]

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From Botox To Burgers

From Botox To Burgers

For years, Bill Moore has helped make Dallas gays look better on the outside at his Advanced Skin Fitness medical spa. But his latest venture with boyfriend Clint Summers is taking the inside-out approach. Sink your teeth into anything at Muscle Maker Grill and your body will thank you. That’s because everything on the menu […]

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Moxie Mo Show

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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Tory Burch FitBit Collection, Amazon’s ‘Netflix’ for Books?

Tory Burch FitBit Collection, Amazon’s ‘Netflix’ for Books?

By on July 16, 2014 in Moxie Mo Show

Tory Burch unveils its new Tory Burch FitBit Collection - a new partnership with stylish accessories for fitness lovers. Plus, Amazon may be launching a brand new “Netflix for books” subscription service. Details inside. Who knew tech could be so moxie? Get a GoDaddy .COM domain name for just $1.99 using our new GoDaddy coupon code 199MOXIE at GoDaddy.com. For just $1.99, you can get your own […]

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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

Creamy Brussels Sprouts

Creamy Brussels Sprouts

By on August 28, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

This recipe consists of Brussels sprouts, pancetta, cheese, and heavy cream. Your argument is invalid. We cannot stress enough that if you can’t appreciate the beautiful marriage of all of these ingredients, we have two words for you: gurl, bye!           Like with many of our side dishes, we have taken a […]

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Turkey Enchiladas

Turkey Enchiladas

By on August 21, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

Just like our slimmed-down Mexican lasagna, we’ve taken a traditionally unhealthy and indulgent dish, and made it guilt-free and still really F’in tasty. The only not completely ‘healthy’ ingredient is the cheese, and let’s be honest, if you don’t eat cheese, you might be on the wrong website…           This recipe stems […]

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Pear + Bacon Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Pear + Bacon Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

By on August 14, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

We just can’t get enough of pork tenderloin. It is delicious, easy to prepare, and we basically just wanted another recipe that would let us use our ‘pork tenderloin looks like a giant penis’ humor.           This is a gussied and tied up (literally) version of our simple herb crusted pork tenderloin. We […]

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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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