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Houston Voice, April 29, 2005 - File 018. 2005-04-29. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 16, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/3005/show/2997.

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Title Houston Voice, April 29, 2005
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date April 29, 2005
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 HOUSTON VOICE www.houstonvoice.coin APRIL 29,2005 E ilelife johnny hooks From 'Valley of the Dolls' to Adoptathon 2005, the last weekend in April also includes an HGO appearance by rock diva Elton John. Of dolls and divas CAN IT REALLY BE THAT THE LAST week of April is already here? Time flies when you're busy HoV-oing on the Go- Go! This week lets visit the Valley of The Doll's, join our Spoiled Boyz and enjoy some Fire and Ice! GOT TO GET OFE GOT TO GET OUT. To Cypress that is! Darling's your eyes are not deceiving you, and HotGG is not making this up. Valley of the Dolls, the play, is here, or rather there! Valley of the Dolls was first published in 1966, and this riveting tale became the best selling novel of all time. A campy, funny and often moving expose of the Hollywood lifestyle became a time-honored, cult classic film. The play version is adapted from the explosive book and the over-the-top movie. Jacqueline Susann's sensational story of three wildly different, pill- popping, show-biz friends (modeled, rumor has it after Judy Garland, Grace Kelly and Marilyn Monroe) perfectly crystallizes the decadence of the 60's entertainment industry Recommended for mature audiences! Friday and Saturday at the Cy-Fair College Center for the Performing Arts, 9191 Barker Cypress Drive in Cypress. Curtain is at 8 pm. with tickets running$12 for adults, $10 for seniors and $5 for students. There is also a Sunday matinee with curtain at 3 pm. Call the box office at 281-2905201 or for special group rates call Joe Watts at 713522- 2204. HotGG would walk a hundred miles to see this show! ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A NEW four-legged friend? HotGG has three at home already, but if we didn't we'd be at the Adopt A Cat event this weekend. Saturday and Sunday, Adopt A Cat is joining thousands of other animal welfare organizations across the country and around the world for Pet Adoptathon 2005. This annual worldwide event was organized to make lifelong friends by matching adorable homeless and orphaned pets with loving people, people just like you! Visit Adopt A Cat to find your lifelong friend, between Noon and 5 pm. at PetsMart, 610 at Westpark or Shepherd at West Alabama, at PETCO, 1960 at Eldridge or on Highway 6 in Copper-field. Adopt A Cat, 17319 Bamwood, Houston, 281- 5806652 for more in-purr-mation! A NEW CLUB IS HOSTING THE NEXT Spoiled Boyz event. The always-frenzied I'vi'iit this time happens Saturday at a new spot in mid-town called Escobar. This chic space boasts a great sound system and is a great match for this raging late night/early morniii'' event 'Ihe theme this time around is Lavender! Oh how sweet! Charles Soloman of Beyond Entertainment explains, "Spring has sprung, flowers are in bloom! So DJ Manny Lehman spins for the Fire and Ice Ball Saturday at South Beach, prepare to enjoy the lighter side of Purple: Lavender" The event honors the fashion color of Spring 2005. Escobar is located at 2905 Travis at Anita. NYC's own DJ Joe D'Espinosa will be providing the beatz. Any shade of Purple attire is suggested, however Spoiled Boyz usually have most of their clothes off about an hour in! Doors open 3:30 a.m., and the party goes until 8:30 am. Advance tickets at $15 are available at M2M Fashion. Expect to be treated like royalty at the purple velvet ropes! AS YOU KNOW, HOTGG DOESN'T usually include opera in this column, but when Sir Elton is involved well, that's different. The soon-to-be-wed diva of rock joins opera divas Renee Fleming, Patricia Racette and others Saturday night for Houston Grand Opera's 50th birthday celebration at Wortham Center. With ticket prices starting at $250, HotGG may have to sit this one out, but we'd love to be a fly on the wall. FINALLY THIS WEEKEND THE FIRE and Ice Ball is Saturday night at South Beach. Superstar DJ Manny Lehman, touted as "the most sought after DJ on the Circuit." will be tearing up the tootsies from 10:30 p.m. until 5 a.m. with resident DJ Jimmy Skinner opening early Advance tickets are $15 and can be had at JR's Bar and Grill, Meteor, South Beach, 1V12M Fashions and the Hollywood Superstore. Decor and special effects provided by Alienliteforms and Bright Star, www.southbeachthenight- club.com for all the details! MAY MADNESS SALE SAVE 10-75% APRIL 29th - MAY 8th, 2005 • ON SELECT ITEMS f | If you have any club announcements or events, email them to jhooks@houstonvoice.com or call 713-529-8490. See you on the Go-Go! ^R2^2I/^R ^IFT? WWW.CROSSOVERGIFTS.COM • 713.523.5201 CROSSOVER GIFTS • 415 WESTHEIMER RD • HOUSTON
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