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Houston Voice, July 2, 2004 - File 002. 2004-07-02. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 16, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2139/show/2111.

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Title Houston Voice, July 2, 2004
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date July 2, 2004
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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Transcript IiMIWMiI voice in this week's eclipse Gay actor Todd Waite says he's comfortable with Hastings in Christie's 'Black Coffee.' PAGE 16 STYLE www.hoiistonwoice.com TOUGH ON TINA: Montrose Clinic declares war. Page 3 JONES AFFAIR: Stories differ in Grace Jones' no show. Page 4 Gay filmmaker's 'diary' beats out Moore's '911' Former Houston resident's film of life in a dysfunctional family earns him international accolades By JOHNNY HOOKS It was in 1986 at Visions, a Houston teen club, where this reporter first saw Johathan Caouette. He couldn't have been older than 11 or 12, but he was beautiful with a wicked smile and mischievous eyes. He stood out. Caouette was the boy who sometimes brought his movie camera to the club. In 19%, a fledgling theater group called Free Range staged a leather-clad, S&M version of Oscar Wilde's "Salome," and Caouette was cast as John the Baptist. I was the Young Syrian. Caouette was haunting as the raving, troubled John, a part he wore like a comfortable sweater. It wasn't too long after the play ended that Caouette headed for New York to seek fame and fortune. When it was announced last week that his soon-to-be-released documentary, "Tarnation," had beat out Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 911" for Best Documentary honors at the Los Angeles Film Festival, his old friends in Houston were not surprised. Caouette was in Houston when he heard the news last week. He had come to town for a special screening at the Aurora Picture Show of Please see TARNATION on Page 20 Jonathan Caouette's documentary about his troubled life, Tarnation,' recently beat out Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 911 for Best Documentary honors at the Los Angeles Film Festival. (Photo illustration by Joey Carolino) HILL OUTINGS: Congressional staffers scrambling in light of activism. Page 7 Virginia Sen. George ASen announced his support for the Federal Mamage Amendment over fears that judges are negating the will of the people in the states.' Senate vote looms on marriage amendment Lawmakers take sides before July vote ByJOECREA WASHINGTON — With an expected Senate vote on the Federal Marriage Amendment less than two weeks away. Virginia Republican George Allen has announced he plans to support the measure, ending several months of indecision over the matter. In April, Allen said he would only support the FMA, which would ban same-sex marriage, as a "last resort." But he told the Associated Press last week that federal law was unlikely to protect the traditional definition of marriage based on research and legal developments. "Unfortunately, the last resort of amending the Constitution will be necessary to effectuate that goal," Allen said. He expressed his concern that judges "will be making these decisions and obviating, negating the will of fhe people in the states." Please see FMA on Page 6 local life When clouds parted for the Pride Parade, Nick Brines knew Mother Nature was a lesbian. PAGE 8 dish Rumor says Colin Farrell isn't wearing anything underneath in 'Alexander.' PAGE 21
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