One of my goals for 2020 is to write more blog posts. I really haven’t kept up with this side of things for the last couple of years as I’ve been laser-focused on building my digital media business and less attention has been given to writing blog posts. I’m changing that starting now and will… Continue reading Leisurely Leah: January Recap
Most of Dallas loves going to Oak Lawn to hit up the gay bars with friends but let’s be honest, dining isn’t the initial appeal. Sure you can grab a late-night hot dog but what about lunch? I recently went to JR’s and found out they have a damn good burger. Lunch and Happy Hour… Continue reading A Damn Good Burger!
Every time I find myself downtown Dallas, I’m mesmerized by the energy and beauty that comes with walking among buildings that touch the clouds. I get so distracted I almost forget what I’ve come to do, grab a bite and have a cocktail! One of my new favorite places to do both is The Mitchell.… Continue reading Dreams Become Reality at The Mitchell
It's that time of year again! Time to get that perfect gift for all the special people in your life! If you're like me, you started picking out gifts months ago and your Amazon cart is a hot mess and the anxiety is getting overwhelming! I'm here to help simplify the shopping process and let… Continue reading 2018 Holiday Gift Guide!
The San Antonio Cocktail Conference is the largest booze fest in Texas and I am beyond excited to have been accepted this year! My trip is officially booked and now I need to start preparing for all the fun events I get to attend, the interviews I'll be conducting, and of course the dreaded task… Continue reading The 2018 San Antonio Cocktail Conference
Dallas Summer Musicals, Inc. (DSM) and Broadway Across America are thrilled to bring the Tony Award®-winning Broadway revival of THE COLOR PURPLE for its Dallas premiere at the Music Hall at Fair Park January 23-February 4, 2018. THE COLOR PURPLE is the 2016 Tony Award® winner for Best Musical Revival! Hailed as “a direct hit to the heart” (The Hollywood Reporter), this joyous American classic about a young woman’s journey… Continue reading Tony Award Winning Broadway Revival of The Color Purple Makes Its Dallas Premier
If you're like me and still undecided on what to do for New Year's Eve, (because there are just so many epic parties), here are my picks for ringing in 2018. 1. Social Revolt's Monte Carlo Carouse: A Night of Cocktails & Casino Games! Go all in from 10:00 PM to 2:00 AM, with cocktails, dancing, casino… Continue reading NYE Round-Up
“Jumanji” was released in 1995 starring the late, great Robin Williams and this 2017 release should not be considered a remake of a classic film, but a sequel paying homage to a beloved actor. In “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” four unlikely teenagers have to work together to beat the game or risk being stuck… Continue reading Movie Review: Get Sucked Into “Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle”
In the quaint town of Woodstock, July 4th is a day of freedom for Lonnie (Darren Barzegar) and Evelyn (Connie Lamothe) Schumacher, or so they think. As husband and father, Herbert (Nick Nerangis) lies dying in the hospital from a fatal brain tumor, they generously spend his fortune. Herbert’s frugalness has forced this otherwise upper-middle-class… Continue reading Movie Review: “Spent” Is A Dark Comedy About The Value Of Life
If you're struggling with what to gift your friends, family, or special someone, I've got you! Here are my Holiday gift ideas for everyone on your list! For the Dallasite: Displaying love for Texas and Dallas is mandatory, right? I personally love repping my city and supporting local. Fuerst Editions is a small business based… Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide!