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Title The Wand, Vol. 11, No. 8, August 1994
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Date August 1994
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Transcript Town Meeting LI. Business Expo and Concert STATEMENT OF PURPOSE Town Meeting I.I. is a day of enlightenment, unity, education and entertainment. The focus is to bring together the Houston gay/lesbian community and plant the seeds that will initiate change to further improve the lives of people in the community of Houston. The hope is that by enhancing Houston's gay/lesbian community we enhance business, government, families and friends that support this community. All of this while recognizing the cultural diversity within the community. To find out how we plan to do this please join us at the Museum Restaurant or call Alan Bourgeois (713) 949-3119 Let us guess, you haven't heard a word about this right? Well, don't fret. That's why we arc having a fund raiser with entertainment at The Museum Restaurant at 1512 W.Alabama on August 9, 1994 from 5 PM to 7 PM. We want you to know about us and why this will be a historical event for Houston and for Texas. Don't miss your opportunity to find out about this histoncal event before everyone else does. A $15.00 donation is being asked for to help us gel our non-profit status. mM _w4i Bi - NET HOUSTON ...the B/SEXUAL NETWORK OF HOUSTON MEETS WEDNESDAY EVENINGS FROM 7 - 9 PM METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION 1919 DECATUR ST. 861-9149 For those willing to acknowledge, explore and nourish the bisexual potential that exists in all of us. Presents The Fourth Annual September 30-October 2,1994 Malibu Canyon,California Interactive workshops designed to love, nuture, and support who we are as Black Lesbians Music, Dance, Poetry, Art Sports, Games, Parties, Hiking Relaxation, Refreshment, Renewal women's action coalition CALLING ALL WOMEN JOIN US! Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m. For further information call 867-9581 WAC IS WATCHING--WE WILL TAKE ACTION PlAck TOOp££ 'S Women't Action Coalition/P.O. Box 131148 /Houston. TX 77219-1148 Voice Mall No. (713) 867-9581 Registration Form Name Address Phone Day/Eve I am differently-abled (disabled, physically challenged) and would like assistance with the following; I am a vegetarian; I need a ride 1 can give a ride Cost per person includes; registration, five meals & lodging. $75,00 Early bird Special (must be postmarked by August 15th) S85.00 Discount Special (must be postmarked by September 15th) $95.00 (if postmarked after September 15th or at the door.) I have enclosed $ Make your money order or cashiers check payable to ULOAH. PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH OR PERSONAL CHECKS. Send this form with payment to : ULOAH, 1626 N. Wilcox Ave. # 190 Los Angeles CA., 90028 (213)960-5051 Request for refund due to cancellations must be in writing and postmarked before 9/15/94. Refunds are subject to a $25 service charge. ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS CAN BE MADE. VOLUNTEERS WANTED ON THE RADIO Lesbian & Gay Voices, a radio program that is produced by community activists, is seeking others who would like to become volunteer programmers. The program airs on Fridays, 6:00 to 8:00 pm on KPFT, 90.1fm. Free training provided by the station is being scheduled for August. Requirements include your interest and commitment. Once the training is completed you have the opportunity to become part of this exciting project by participating while the show is on the air or producing features ahead of time. Lesbian & Gay Voices features interviews with prominent local and National leaders, play/movie/book reviews, and coverage of special events of interest to Lesbian and Gay people. Portions of the nationally distributed radio magazine program, 'This Way Out\ from KPFK in Los Angeles, are featured regularly. The music presented by Mary Helen Merzbacher showcases the talents of many Gay and Lesbian artists. A collective of volunteers make the show possible. Deborah BelT and Jack Valinski co-host. The producer is Donna Gamier. The Lesbian & Gay Voices voice mail number is 713/289-2700. WOMAN OWNED COFFEEBAR OPENS IN MONTROSE There hasn't been this much excitement about the opening of a new business in the community since Inklings. Andrea Gerber and Caroline Burum took the plunge recently to open TOOPEES COFFEES at 1830 W. Alabama. Andrea is an attorney by profession and Caroline's background is in restaurant management, combining necessary elements for their new business venture to be successful. The name they call each other is "P", short for partner. They really couldn't think of any other name for their new business, so a slight twist on the spelling gave them TOOPEES. If you enjoy a flavorful brew - hot or cold, the company of nice folks in clean and SMOKEFREE surroundings, this is a place for you. The avant-garde decor includes a funky but stylish mural. There are a few sidewalk cafe tables out front and a deck is being added on the side. Live music is featured on Weekend evenings. But it is mostly the warm personalities of the Two Ps themselves that provides the comfortable ambience. The Toopees building sits slightly back from busy West Alabama in what was once a convenience store. A later incarnation was a porn bookstore (that's o.k., Inklings is housed in what was once a topless bar). This is definitely community improvement. Toopees serves a variety of Allegro gourmet coffees, beer, wine, and other special beverages. Breakfast fare & quick lunches are offered. The desserts are far too tempting. The women also provide coffee catering. I suggest you go by, say hello and have a cup of Java. --DEBORAH BELL