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By Tammy Shaklee, Founder, He’s For Me Takes one to know one. You’ve heard it. So I’ll remind you that I was a matchmaking client. That’s right. I, too, wanted someone to please just find the good guys, and call me when you have a match, because I love my career and I’d like to […]
Go out, get drunk, and wake up with a hangover. Feel like your weekend routine doesn’t change and you’re going to the same places in Austin? Check out our list of 50+ non-drinking things to do in, and around, Austin! Just as a quick note – Always call ahead to make sure these places are […]
As I sit to write this, I feel like an investigative reporter. With the afternoon shower, I’ve escaped to the Solarium on Brilliance of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s “adult” pool, for shelter. Laptop on table, House of Cards new season streaming on wildly rare occasion based on wifi connectivity, I promised to complete the next […]
Who’s Coming To Austin? SXSW is no ordinary festival, so be on the lookout for anything but ordinary through this two-week social debacle. In fact, unlike most music or film festivals, for the first time ever in Austin history, a sitting president will be the keynote speaker … Yes, you heard me right, President Barack […]
With over 300,000 people visiting Austin for the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) Music, Film, and Interactive Festival, this is one of the largest festivals in the country. Happening over the last two weeks in March, this is a great opportunity to hear some of the best bands in the world, discover new ones, listen to […]
By Tammy Shaklee, Founder, He’s For Me Yes, gentlemen. There is often a difference. An important distinction. Not everything in life is black and white. In most things, there is some grey area. And I guess that could apply here too. But after interviewing eligible gay men for more than three years, I can tell […]