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Houston Voice, May 26, 2006 - File 014. 2006-05-26. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 14, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/3769/show/3761.

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Title Houston Voice, May 26, 2006
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Ford, Nancy
Publisher Window Media
Date May 26, 2006
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.com I appts- MAY 26, 2006 13 nightlife JOHNNY HOOKS A Memoriable weekend In pursuit of parties, a porn star and a three-day weekend SOUTH BEACH IS ONE OF THE BIGGEST QUEER nightclubs in town and Memorial Day weekend they prove it when they try to make us all suffer from too much, too much! To get you started, Charles Armstrong brings in Colt video superstar Brad Patton, direct from Amsterdam. Billed as "Three Nights of Brad Patton," it begins at JR's on Friday, May 26 with Patton guest bartending at 11 p.m. with an autograph party and photo shoot scheduled from midnight until 2 a.m. Then Patton moves his beautiful body to Meteor on Saturday May 27 with the same schedule as he had at JR's, He ends up Sunday May 28 at SOUTH BEACH, also with the same schedule. If that weren't enough to keep us all going, on Sunday, May 28, SOUTH BEACH also presents "The White Party" with another special guest, DJ David Knapp making a stop on the "Global Groove Tour 2006." The White Party goes back many moons and was originally a kick-off to the summer season, so white attire is highly encouraged (all the better to show of our tans!) Jimmy Skinner opens the White Party early, with Knapp taking to the decks from 10:30 p.m. until 5 a.m. Advance tickets are only $15 for the White Party and are available at JR's, Meteor. SOUTH BEACH, Male U Wear and M2M Fashions as well as www.getquick- ticks.com 18 and up to party and 21 and up to drink, www.southbeachthenightclub.com will provide you with more info. Get ready to hit it hard! JEFFRIES IS THE NEW KID ON THE block over on Pacific, and they continue to upgrade and add to their lofty space. A new dance floor is now open where, on Ari Gold brings his smooth style to Aguafests 5th anniversary party. (Photo courtesy of Ari Gold/Boogie Sauce Productions) Saturday, May 27, you can try it out when Aquafest GLBT Group Cruise Events celebrates their 5th Anniversary with a "Glitter and Gold" themed part. It features international recording artist Ari Gold performing his top 40 dance hit "Love Will Take Over." RSVP (no pun intended) for a private VIP party "meet and greet" with Gold by calling 1-888-919- 1126. Aquafest's resident DJ Michael Kessler spins until 2 a.m., with Gold performing at 11 p.m. When you're there, say hello to the hottest cruiser of them all, Tom Thompson. Julie on the Love Boat had nothing on TT! www.aquafestcruis- es.com. Jeffries is located at 710 Pacific St., and is no longer a smoke-free club. More info is at www.jeffriesbar.com or www.arigold.com. THE TEXAS RENAISSANCE FEST IS looking for performers for their 2006 season, which runs on the weekends beginning Sept. 30 through Nov. 19. Some of the finest male voices in the state drop the Dallas vs. Houston rivalry (temporarily) to team up for 'Turtle on the Bayou.' Experience is helpful, but not necessary. The Fest is seeking all kinds of actors and actresses, magicians, singers and more. Apparently the position of Ogre has been filled! Two audition sessions are scheduled on Saturday, May 27 at 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Contact entertainment director, Jeff Baldwin at 1-800458-3435 to schedule your audition time. THE ALLEY THEATRE'S GLBT PARTY. Act OUT has been rescheduled for Thursday, June 8 due to increased demand and the ill health of actor James Black. The Alley has partnered with the PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) and HATCH Youth Scholarship Foundation on this final 2006 event. Patrons can save 20 percent on tickets by purchasing tickets online at www.alleytheatre.org and entering the promotional code "PFLAG." Ten percent of all ticket proceeds sold at this discounted price will go directly to PFLAG/HATCH Youth Scholarship Foundation. Discounted tickets may also be purchased by phone 713-228-8421 or in person at the Alley box office, 615 Texas Ave. by mentioning the promotional code "PFLAG." www.alleytheatre.org or call 713-228-9341, ext. 341. SAVE THE DATE! SATURDAY. JUNE 10 at 8 p.m. at Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana St., the Gay Men's Chorus of Houston teams up with the most recorded male chorus in the world, the Turtle Creek Chorus of Dallas for "Turtles on the Bayou." Together, more than 225 men will sing songs of great American composers for a night of song, dance and American history Tickets range from $15 to $34 and can be had by calling 713-521-7464, or logging onto www.bayoucityperforming.org. Act now, this will sell out! FRIDAY MAY 26 THE TEXAS COUNCIL ON FAMILY VIOLENCE a statewide nonprofit organization that advocates for survivors of domestic violence, wants to hear your voice. Dinner will be provided. 6-8 p.m. Montrose Counseling Center board room, 701 Richmond Ave. RSVP: 1-800-525-1978. &>**■<&*&> Infernal Bridegroom Productions present the world premiere of Daniel Johnston's rock opera, -SPEEDING MOTORCYCLE" Weekends through June 24. 8 p.m. $15. The Axiom. 2524 McKinney. 713-522- 8443. wwinfernal- bridegroom.com. SATURDAY MAY 27 THE BROMELIAD SOCIETY SHOW AND SALE 9 am-5 p.m. Free. Houston Arboretum and Nature Center, 4501 Woodway, Dr. 7B-681-8433. www.houstonarboretum.org. THE WIZARD OF OZ," presented by Time Warner Cable's "Movies in the Park" film. Doors open at 6 p.rr film at 8 p.m. Sesquicentennial Park, Smith and Preston Sts. Free. 713-658-8938. TEXAS ASSOCIATION FOR TRANSSEXUAL SUPPORT. 4 p.m. Houston GLBT Community Center, 3400 Montrose Blvd. #207 www.HoustonGLBTCommunityCettter.org. Cutt rocker Daniel Johnston came up with the concept for Infernal Bridegroom Productions' "Speeding Motorcycle,' with direction and additional text by Jason Nodler. WEDNESDAY MAY 31 MONTROSE SOFTBALL LEAGUE 7 p.m.-midnight. Houston GLBT Community Center, 3400 Montrose Blvd. suite 207 www.houstonglbtcommunitycenter.org. Design Industry Foundation Fighting AIDS presents a night of modern design with Dwell Magazine president and publisher, MICHAELA O'CONNOR ABRAMS Benefits DIFFA. 7-10 p.m. High Fashion Home, 3100 Travis St 713-528-3838. www.dwellmaga2ine.com, UPCOMING SATURDAY JUNE 3 "AN ART AFFAIR" with honorary co-chairs John Palmer and Carol Wyatt 7-10 p.m. Benefits Houston GLBT Community Center. Winter Street Studios, 2101 Winter St. 713-524-3818. www.boustonglbtcommuni- tycenter.org. Surrender, Dorothy! Time Warner Cable brings the L Frank Baum classic, The Wizard of Oz' downtown for an open-air screening Saturday night.
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