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Houston Voice, March 18, 2005 - File 018. 2005-03-18. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 16, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/5687/show/5679.

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Title Houston Voice, March 18, 2005
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date March 18, 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.com MARCH 18,2005 17 JOHNNY HOOKS ^^Tl A Loft Party heats up, art gets auctioned to benefit the Community Center, and an erotic bakery in (of all places) Sugar Land Erotica outside the Loop WELCOME BACK TO HOVO ON THE Go-Go! Can it be that Spring is on the way? The weather is warming up and the kids are getting out and about. This week we'll check out erotic cakes, a home tour and of course the GLBT Center Art Auction! FIRST UP THOUGH, THIS JUST IN. Well not just in, but wanted to let you know that the new Montrose Diner is now open 24 hours! Perfect after food for sopping up all the liquor you consumed. Make sure to try the meatloaf...yummy! Montrose Diner is located at llll Westheimer. IF YOU MISSED THE QUEER collective show at the Meridian last week, for shame! The Butchies put on a frenzied performance as always, but HotGG was there for the stunningly handsome gay singer/songwriter Eric Himan. Himan is so hottt with arms inked to the shoulder and the smoldering good looks of Dylan McDermott. And did we mention he can sing like an angel? His new CD is called "Dark Horse" and arrives in stores this week! Check out www.erichiman.com for more info and look for Eric to return to Houston sometime later this year. We should have known one queer who would be in attendance, as he is always present for the hippest events, and that's Houston's own poet "queer-laureate" Todd Gresley. Visit his super cool website at www.toddicus.com to see what he's up to or order his first book of poems "Indiana the Island." SO IT'S FRIDAY NIGHT AND WHAT IS there to do? Glad you asked. HotGG received an e-mail about a new monthly party starting this Friday It's brought to you by Zeke Ziliak and DJ Surain of Berryhill on Sunday's fame. The communique reads in part, "DJ Surain and I are bringing his house revival music from the Sunday daylight hours to the Houston night scene. There's nowhere else where you can dance to Diva House music from the 1990's like Robin S. Juliet Roberts, Christine W. and D:Ream. Our concept is simple, a roving once-a-month party in Houston where house revival music lovers can dance to their favorite songs on a Friday night. The name of the party? Loft!" The first Loft party is at Six Degrees Lounge. 911 Franklin Street, between Travis and Main. The music starts at 9 p.m. Beers are $2 and cocktails are $3 until 11 p.m. No cover and plenty of free street parking, www.theloftproject.com or www.sixdl.com for more. THIS SATURDAY A NEW EROTIC bakery has its Grand Opening in Sugar Some of the art to be auctioned off to raise money for the Houston GLBT Community Center borders on erotica. Land (Hey everyone can't be inner-loop- ers!) Nooky's Erotic Bakery, located at 10140-C Highway 6 South in Sugar Land, is a place where adults can purchase cakes as wild as their imagination, chocolates in fun shapes, cookies and other goodies. Visit this delightful establishment's website at www.nookyseroticbak- ery.com. 281-5684800 or toll free 1-877- 4NOOKYS. ALSO ON SATURDAY (AND SUNDAY) is the annual Woodland Heights Home and Garden Tour. The reason we know about this tour? HotGG lives across the street from one of the homes on the tour, but we're not telling which one! Why not take the tour and see if you can figure it out! Featured homes are located at 603 Highland, 418 Byrne. 117 Payne, 515 Woodland, 2615 Thelma and 1018 Highland. Go to www.woodland- heights.org for ticket info and details. DON'T FORGET ABOUT "AN ART Affair,'' the Houston GLBT Community Center auction fundraiser this Saturday night from 6-9 p.m. The event, which is open to the public, will feature a silent and live auction of art. Proceeds from the auction, held at 1415 California, will support operations and programming at the Center. Miss Nancy Ford is the hostess with the most! -| 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! MAMMA MIA! IS TERRIFIC FUN!' BEN BR-VNTlfY. THE NEW VORK TIMES BBSINY ANDERSSON & BJORN ULVAEUS' MAMMA MIA! THE SMASH HIT MUSICAL Ki ,»A3BA' MARCH 22-27, 2005 • JONES MALL BroadwayAcrossAmerica.com or call 713-629-3700 Groups of 20 or more: 713-693-2692 \.**\a, mammd-mia.com _ Just because the state does not recognize it. d Does not mean you can't. <3Jp THE Galaxie Jewelers We Create the Unusual 2511 Sunset Blvd. (near Kirby} 713.521 2511 2001 MCAF Diamond Star Award _ 4 Houston Voice Renters Choice — Best Jeweler of the City 2004 TheGalaxieJewelers.com
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