Dallas Voice

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Dallas Voice
Dallas Voice logo.jpg
Type LGBT weekly
Owner(s) Voice Publishing Company, Inc.
Founded 1984
Language English
Headquarters 4145 Travis Street
Dallas, Texas
ISSN 0888-2517
Website www.dallasvoice.com

Dallas Voice, founded in 1984, is a newspaper for the gay community in Dallas, Texas (USA).[1][2][3] It is published by the Voice Publishing Company, Inc.[4]

New issues are published on Fridays, with a circulation of 20,000 papers per week in Dallas, Tarrant, Collin and Denton counties. The paper claims a print readership of more than 50,000 weekly readers, and more than 100,000 unique monthly visits to its website.


The Dallas Voice offices are located in an area defined by the "Dallas City Ordinance 21859" as Oak Lawn. The paper's headquarters have been at Carlisle Avenue since the 1990s; the paper moved there because the location is near four gay bars. A The Dallas Morning News article said that the offices were in Uptown. David Webb, a journalist at the Dallas Voice, said in response that the offices of the Dallas Voice had been located there for 24 years. Webb contacted the author of the article, David Flick. Flick said that the area with the Dallas Voice offices is considered to be Uptown and not Oak Lawn. Michael Milliken, the president of the Oak Lawn committee, says that Uptown is a part of Oak Lawn.[5] The newspaper offices are not within the Uptown Public Improvement District boundaries.[4][6]

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  1. ^ David Baird, Eric Peterson, Neil Edward Schlecht, Frommer's Texas, John Wiley & Sons, 2011, p.63 [1]
  2. ^ Daniel B. Baker, Sean O'Brien Strub, Bill Henning, Cracking the corporate closet: the 200 best (and worst) companies to work for, buy from, and invest in if you're gay or lesbian--and even if you aren't, HarperBusiness, 1995, p.40
  3. ^ Melinda Henneberger, If they only listened to us: what women voters want politicians to hear, Simon and Schuster, 2007, p. 95
  4. ^ a b "Contact Us." Dallas Voice. Retrieved on November 19, 2011. "4145 Travis, Third Floor, Dallas, TX 75204"
  5. ^ Webb, David. "Oak Lawn’s boundaries disappearing." Dallas Voice. December 6, 2007. Retrieved on November 19, 2011.
  6. ^ "Map." (File) Uptown Dallas. Retrieved on November 19, 2011.

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