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Houston Voice, July 7, 2006 - File 013. 2006-07-07. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 16, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2641/show/2632.

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Title Houston Voice, July 7, 2006
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Ervin, Eric
Publisher Window Media
Date July 7, 2006
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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Transcript 12 JULY 7, 2006 I houston nightlife The party after the storm www.houstonvoice.com H0UT0N VOICE Tappt JOHNNY HOOKS If a rainy July 4th has your spirits down, let these events brighten up your nightlife WELCOME BACK TO HOVO ON THE GO-GO! After the post-Pride crash and the soggy Fourth of July this week, we'll get to see some fantastic new pictures from a new photographer on the scene, laugh out loud with a lesbian comic and say goodbye to a former Houston Voice "Best Of" award winner. RYAN FUGATE HAS BEEN A FIXTURE here in Houston for many years. He is an artist, one of the best massage therapists in town and his longtime partner, David Lewis, is a well-known photographer whose work among the likes of the Voice photographer Dalton DeHart, Yvonne Feece and John Conroy make this a nationally known city for photography. Just witness the bi-annual exhibit "Foto-fest" every other year. So for Fugate to step out of the shadows of his peers and mount his own exhibition, quite frankly, takes a lot of guts. Not to worry. Fugate's work is splendid. To see for yourself, save the date of Thursday, July 27 at Meteor from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. You'll enjoy happy-hour prices and yummy bites. To see his new works on canvas, which were inspired from his trip last summer to Vienna, Austria where he studied under the renowned artist and painter professor Phillip Rubinov Jacobson, drop by this event and sneak a peek. This weekend Fugate will exhibit his paintings at a new gallery located at the Lovett Inn. 501 Lovett Blvd. The event, called "Grand Opening Weekend" will feature an artists reception on Friday, July 7 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., and an open house on Saturday. July 8, from noon until 5 p.m. Beneficiaries of the event include the Houston SPCA and Montrose Lesbian comic Suzanne Westenhoefer will keep them rolling in the aisles during her July 13 show at the Houston Improv. An exhibit displaying the photography of Ryan Rugate will take place July 27 at Meteor nightclub. Counseling Center. Fugate will share wall space with many other well-known local artists, so bring your credit card and dig deep to help our four legged friends and the counseiing center. For more information, call the Lovett Inn at 713-522-5224 or online at www.houston-art-gallery.com. ARE YOU READY TO LAUGH IT UP with one of "our" own? Then make sure you head over to the Houston Improv located at 7620 Katy Freeway in the Marq*E Center on Thursday, July 13 at 8:30 p.m. Nationally known, out-lesbian comic Suzanne Westenhoefer. According to her bio, in 1991 Westenhoefer appeared on a groundbreaking episode of the Sally Jesse Raphael show called, "Breaking the Lesbian Stereotype...Lesbians Who Don't Look Like Lesbians". Says, Suzanne, "In the 12 years since that showed aired, I still get mail from people who tell me how that show changed their lives. It changed mine too." She recently opened for the Indigo Girls and can currently be seen as a regular celebrity panelist on the Game Show Networks' remake of the classic game show, "I've Got a Secret." This one night only show is a benefit for the cancer related Pink Bracelet project and tickets are just $25. The Improv's full dinner menu will be available. For more information, call the Houston Improv at 713-333-8800 or visit www.improv.com. SIPPORA GALLERY, VOTED BEST gallery by the readers of the Houston Voice in 2004, is closing Aug. 1. "It is time that I turn my attention to my own artistic path," says owner Amy Meyers. "But before the doors are shut and locked, I am hosting one final exhibition." And HotGG certainly wishes her well, but will miss her daring and unconventional receptions. Your last chance to see what all the fuss is about is during the exhibit "Kaleidoscope." The final party is Friday, July 7 from 6 p.m. until 9 pm. The Kaleidoscope show will feature artists Allan Rodewald, Ron Gordon, and Jim Leen. The reception features those infamous nude body painted models by Maia. Sippora is located at 234 West Gray St and can be reached at www.sippora.com or by phone at 713-520-1085. KRISTINE W IS A DANCE DIVA AND full-fledged legend in the world of electronic music. She makes a triumphant return to Houston on Saturday, July 15 for a "Christmas in July" concert at Richs! This time she brings her full setup of backup dancers with her and tickets are going fast with their reasonable $20 price tag. You can get yours while supplies last at M2M Fashions, 3400 Montrose Blvd., the Hollywood SuperCenter, 807 Fairview St., Lab 5 Fashions, 309 Gray St., Flounce Boutique at 1621 Westheimer Road, and Flounce Menz at 1625 Westheimer Rod. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.richs-houston.com. Rev. Steven Baines will be on hand to discuss A Blinding Flash of the Obvious' on Wednesday. SATURDAY JULY 8 An opening reception will be held today for artist LEN DAVIS' SHOW "SLICES OF LIFE" at the Hooks-Epstein Galleries, 2631 Colquitt St. The reception runs from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and the show continues through August 12. For more information, call 713-522-0178 or visit www.hooksepsteingalleries.com. THE STARBUCKS MIXED MEDIA MUSIC SERIES returns to the Museum of Fine Arts Houston with live performances by popular Montreal-based wunderkind CHROMEO and Houston's own SPAIN COLORED ORANGE AustinS WAXPLOITATION DJS and PRINCE KLASSEN will then hit the decks with resident DJ CEEPLUS and the HOUSE OF BAD KNIVES, and emcees Craig "BBC Long and E.P. Sarah, from 8 p.m. to midnight. The event is open to those who are 18 and over only, with general admission $10, students with ID $5 and free for museum members. For more information, call 713-639-7300 or visit www.mfah.org, TUESDAY JULY 11 People for the American Way, The American Civil Liberties Union of Texas, Atticus Circle, Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, Equality Texas and the Houston Equal Rights Alliance invite you to an reception and screening of the film "A BUNDING FLASH OF THE OBVIOUS" at the First Unitarian Universalist Church, 5200 Fannin, in Charming Hall on Wednesday, July 12. The documentary is about the 2004 Cincinnati campaign "CITIZENS TO RESTORE FAIRNESS." a group tliat helped repeal the city's 11-year-old anti-gay law that discriminated against gay, lesbian and bisexual citizens. Yoti must RSVP by today to attend. E-mail Joy Authur at joy oipfaw.org or call 512-476- 7329. A $20 donation is suggested. Panelists include tlie filmmaker. Rev. Steven Baines; Houston City Controller Annise Parker Jerry Simoneaux, gay rights acttvfet and attorney: Tammi Wallace, president of Houston Equal Rights Alliance; and moderator Deece Eckstein, director of the Texas/Southwest region for People for the American Way. THURSDAY JULY 13 The SUMMER ISRAELI FILM SERIES continues this month with "BONJOUR MONSIEUR SCHLOMI" tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center, 5601 S Braeswood Blvd. The film focuses on the tough life of ,i genius 16 year old Schlomi, who is forced to act as ,i caretaker for his dysfunctional family For more information call 713-729-3200 or log onto www.jcchouston.org, WEDNESDAY JULY 12 The film "A BUNDING FLASH OF THE OBVIOUS" reception and screening is tonight The reception is from 5:30 - 6 pm, and tlie viewing and panel discussion is from 6 - 730 pm Panelists include the filmmaker, Rev. Steven Baines, Houston City Controller the Honorable Annise Parker, Egual rights activist and Attorney, Jerry Simoneaux, President of Houston Equal Rights Alliance, Tammi Wallace, and moderator Deece Eckstein, Director of People for the American Way, Texas/Southwest region. First Unitarian IMu Church, 5200 Fannin, Charming Hall.
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