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Houston Voice, April 8, 2005 - File 019. 2005-04-08. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 15, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/4133/show/4126.

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Title Houston Voice, April 8, 2005
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date April 8, 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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N. 281-371-6000 ALAMO DRAFT HOUSE WEST OAKS MALL 1000 West Oaks Mall 281-556-5200 FIRST COLONY 24 tatUFH-OataM 281-319-4AMC CINEMARK THEATRES TINSELTOWN WOOLWK 1600 Lake RoOCins 281-364-0600 LOEWS THEATRES FOUNTAINS SW Fwy - north at 90A 1-600FANDANG0 EDWARDS CINEMAS HOUSTON MAM*E 23 N o( Kay Fwy. 9 SjI3« Rd. 800-FANDANGO(371) AMC WILLOWBROOK 24 Hwy 249 e 1960 281 319-4AMC AMC STUDIO 30 2949 Dunvole 281-319--4AMC GULF POINTE 30 1455 & Beltway 8 281-319-4AMC EDWARDS CINEMAS 3REEHWAT GRAND PALACE N olSWFwy or Westcywi 8OO-FANDANG0 (370) Just because the state does not recognize it. Does not mean you can't. Galaxie Jewelers We Create the Unusual 2511 Sunset Blvd. (near Kirby) 713.521.2511 2001 MCAF Diamond Star Award „ MtMMl Houston Voice Readers Choice — Best Jeweler of the City 2004 TheGalaxieJewelers.com rule life johnny hooks Two new restaurants are opening, there's a new wrinkle at the Community Center, and The Art of Living Together' Opening in Montrose IT'S TIME TO GET OUT AND ON THE Go-Go with your only weekly column on all things queer in the Bayou City. FIRST THOUGH A BIG mNGMTULATIONS to Amanda Carmichael who was the lucky winner at Club Eve of two killer seats to last weeks Margaret Cho performance! You go girl! WELL IN LIGHT OF ALL THE CLOSINGS in the hood, it's nice to be able to talk about some openings. The space that once housed Cafe Noche at 2409 Montrose is being retooled as Senior Rita's! Already the building has a fresh coat of saffron-colored paint and four very "Christo-esque" triangular sails have been installed on the patio. Back in the day, the Senior Rita's in the Village was the place to be apres brunch. Patios packed, disco blaring, boys and girls everywhere. ALSO NEW AND OF NOTE IN THE Montrose is Aladdin, a new restaurant at Montrose and Westheimer. Word is that the new owners have invested big money on the decor inside; the transformation on the outside is obvious for all to see. HotGG's only question is this. Where are all the patrons going to park? Even with running valets, the streets in the area are filled with Pacific Street revelers every night. Will be interesting to see how this shakes out. WHILE OUT AND ABOUT THIS weekend, take time to see "Coexistence- The Art of Living Together" on view at Hermann Square, 901 Smith, in front of City Hall. This traveling exhibit is brought to you by the Holocaust Museum of Houston and the City of Houston. Free and open to the public daily, this exhibit teaches tolerance and diversity through art, film and dance. Something we could all use more of in this day and age... Ciao Karol! 713-942- 8800 for more info or visit www.hmh.org. GET YOUR DIRTY CAR WASHED AND help the Lambda Center this weekend. The Lambda Center is holding a fundraiser Car Wash, Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1201 W. Clay, between Montrose and Waugh. It's for a good cause so please stop by With all the pollen on cars, HotGG can't see your rainbow flags! THE HOUSTON GLBT COMMUNITY Center debuts a new performance night, called "Featured at the Center this Friday. Poet and singer Aaron Coleman Aaron Coleman hosts "Featured at the Center" this weekend at the Houston GLBT Community Center. hosts "Featured" where talented community members can present music, dance, poetry and other spoken-word performance, stand-up comedy, film or display works of art. "Featured" takes place on the second Friday of every month at the Community Center, 3400 Montrose, suite 207. There is no admission charge, however donations to the Community Center are welcome always! Performers and artists interested in participating in any "Featured" program should contact Coleman in advance at 713-522-0712 or aaronssongs(u),yahoo.com. MR. DOtf GILL HAS TURNED THE reigns of the Mr. Prime Choice event this year, over to Mr. Robert Harwood of Key's West. Mr. Prime Choice weekend still remains at The Ripcord, and this year we have two handsome men competing for the title: Mr. Laurence Van Valkenburg, from Galveston and Mr. Greg Mlsakyan. While there is no talent portion per se, the filmed fantasies are not to be missed. Mr. Prime Choice is crowned this Saturday night at the Ripcord, 715 Fairview. FINALLY DARLINGS, KEY'S WEST WILL be the sight of memorial show for Russell Box, called "Ima Cummin'Home" Presented by Miss Ima's Friends, the evening benefits People with AIDS Holiday Charities and gets underway at 7 p.m. at Key's West, 817 West Dallas. 713-571-7870 for more information. II If you have any club announcements or ** events, email them to jhorjks@iWstonvoice.com or call 713-529.-8490. See you on the Go-Go!
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