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Austin Mirror, Vol. 1, No. 15, April 3, 1987 - File 005. 1987-04-03. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 23, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/1787/show/1775.

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Title Austin Mirror, Vol. 1, No. 15, April 3, 1987
Date April 3, 1987
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Austin, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 17390315
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
Rights No Copyright - United States
Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 005
Transcript ON THE TOWN- PHILIP Hello Austin: So, how is one this week? This week was deftnately an improvement over last week. Things seemed a little more organized. I'm sure the reason this week went better is because I spent most of Saturday afternoon at Hippy Hollow. So, who cares if I had ads of laundry to do? Hippy Hollow was well worth it. There were lots and lots of pretty men!! Fortunately, my friends and I called it quits before the rain came late that afternoon. Actually, my first trip of the season to Hippy Hollow was quite a unique experience. Some friends and I took a severely handicapped young lady of eighteen years on her virgin tour to Hippy Hollow. The young lady is confined to a wheelchair because she has the disfunctional body of a four-year-old. She is quite intelligent, but can only communicate yes and no, or she can point to images on a special word/picture board. Naturally, we took her to the gay section of Hippy Hollow. Girl got an education in a hurry! It's OK-- her daddy knew where she was going! So, who watched the Academy Awards on Monday night? I just love watching the awards because there are usually some fabulous evening gowns. The Academy Awards evening gowns have a little more imagination than the '.S.A. Pageant. Of course they have their share of today gowns too. I think the award for "Most Beautiful Display of Hollywood Royalty" definitely goes to Kli/abeth Taylor. Did you see her flawless gown she wore in all her Piscean glory? Size six, no She's definitely one of my all-time favorites. To bad Audrey Hepburn wasn't on this year. Classic, classic charm, grace, poise, and beauty. You know who really works me? Pretty Molly Ringwald. Miss Breakfast Club and Miss Pretty in Pink herself. Everyone says how pretty she is. I'm over it!! She's not ihai pretty. Cute will do. At least she has a snappy hairdo. That's it! To top it off, she has to squint at the cue cards because she can't see. Let's get the girl some contacts or something. Oh well, I can't really talk about the films or the stars who won because I've not seen any of the films except for A Room With A View. But please, half the fun ofthe Academy Awards is dishing the stars. After all, isn't that what they get for being stars? I didn't really say that. For those of you who haven't yet been exposed to the Au.stin Lesbian/Gay Political Caucus' endorsements for tomorrows elections, they are: Place 1, Sam Griswold; Place 3, Sally Shipman; and Place 4, George Humphrey. Polls arc open all day tomorrow. Get out and vote! It's your duty and your right. This Sunday at 6:00PM, Snuffy's Saloon is hosting the Austin preliminary competition for the Statewide Country/ Western Dance-off. Michael and Shelby of Austin scored quite well in Fon Worth. Let's hope they do even better in Austin. Good luck to all the Austin dancers. I hear Snuffy's in San Antonio is scheduled to open Saturday, April 11th. Bruce at The 505 told me Maria's Margarita Madness is every Tuesday starting at 9:00PM with S2 cover. Make Maria happy. So what's all this hoopla with The 505's patio? They're either landscaping or having fun with dump trucks. Check it out this weekend. If you're into feminist humor, don't miss Kate Clinton tomorrow night at Ellington's at the Villa Capri. Her shows are at 8:00 and 10:30 PM. Guitarist and singer Ann Reed opens Kate's shows. For details call 459-1722. The Headliners and The Nexus Naughties raised over S450 for AIDS Services of Austin this past Tuesday at Petticoat .Junction. Marcy Fletcher cmcccd and Nicole and Wanda entertained. Brent Nicholson Earle was escorted to the Auslin bars by Felix's Aerobics Class of Badlands and TGRA this past Tuesday. The group started at Badlands and visited The 505, the Crossing, Chain Drive, Private Cellar, Uncle Charlie's and ended the benefit-run at Petticoat Junction. Mr. Earle is running 10,000 miles around the perimeter of the U.S. and is promoting safe sex and raising money for the National AIDS Network. He might be back in Austin this weekend. We'll see. Over at the Private Cellar, the "boys were girls" with Tatiana, Mama Motown, and Riki Rousseaux. You know, the Cellar has live entertainment almost every nighl ofthe week. Have you seen the new video room at the Cellar yet? Killer Bees!! Word of Mouth Women's Theater is presenting "Romance... Leave a Message at the Beep", through April 19th at the Acting Studio. Performances are at 7:00 and 8:30 PM on Sundays. PAGE 4 THE AUSTIN MIRROR(512)473-681i
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