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Title Austin Mirror, Vol. 1, No. 19?, April 24, 1987
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  • McCullough, Shannon
  • Loutchaninoff, Nicolai
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Date April 24, 1987
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • Austin, Texas
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  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
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Transcript Your Cornrnunil:y Guide l:o Weekly Enl:erl:ainrnenl: April 24, 1987 473-6811 BAM-BAM BLAKE MR. DING O~THETOWX .. WITH PHILIP. HOROSCOPE TEXAS DIRECTORY IMAGES OF THE WEEK SASSY SAUXDRA CLARK .. •• •• ••• •••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••••• PAGE3 ON THE TOWN ... PHILIP Greetings Austin: So how ar: things this week? I really thought we were going to get some rain, but it just passed us by. At least we got a bit of cooler weather. Too bad it didn't last very long. This was the first weekend that I didn't make it to Hippie Holiow. I had a date with the washalena. Isn't that a great word? Washateria. Much better than laundramaL Anyway, I swear I was there for fom hours. I am not proud that I h:id to hire a U-Haul tratler to tote my dirties to the washatcria, but 1t was a m&JOr experience in my life. 111 never let my latmdry pile up like that again. (1 said that once back in 1982--look where it got me.) That's enough about my dirty laundry. I probably shouldn't air 1t like this-but some girls iust have no shame. I trust everyone had a fcsuve Easter. I did. The Brady Sl~ters were out all Sunday afternoon sponmg their new Easter bonnets. It took them only three hours to complete their creat10ns, and weren't they JUSt creations? Fresh floral designs and everything. If you didn't sec these sick creatures you were probably lucky. After anendmg a sumptuous brunch prepared by Jo} Ce and Mells.<;a, the Brady sluts (did I say lhal?) mana~ to make tt by the 505 m time for their Easter egg hunt and hamburgercook-out. Weren't those hamburgers absolutely delic10us? Yes mdecdy! Kevin, you peed. After the 505, the Brady girls cruised over to SaU)'s Apartment for beer busL Their feet were start.mg to ache because their pumps were JUSI too 11ght, so they shucked theu Easter costumes and did boy-drag. The gtrls stancd feeling preny at Sally's and thought they were on their way home, but made a shon pit-stop at the Private Cellar for George's fajita dtrtner. Quite tasty the girls told me. Weillll, the next thing you know, lhese trolopps were at the Chain Drive drinking margaritas! Needless to say, they were home snug in !heir beds by etght o'clock. I know, I saw the whole lhing~ Here's the latest on the ~exus '\augbtles. These grrls are wild! Tuesday before last at Nexus, lhmgs just started gctung a little out of hand when not only the fom dancers, Ebony, Roxanne, Sidney, and Ivory took their clolhes off, but eight other girls, mcluding Suzie lhetr manager, took lhCU" clolhes off as wen' Sec how these group things get started? Leave it to Suzie I won't even mention that my own neighbor, Allison, was one of lhc girls from the audience who gave a free show My Lord Of course Suzie was fired. Again. 1lus past Easter Sunday the Nexus aughues performed m Houston with Snake and Hunter of;\1uscle.s In \ctlon at Menergy which was formerly Crystal's. And yes, I did say PAGE4 Snake and Hunter. 'lbey're no longer with The Headliners. I understand they have both signed on wilh ;\1usdes In Action for a year. Next Wednesday at the Private Cellar IS the last drag show Or should I say The Last Drag Show? Any11.ay, l\U s Riki, Cookie and the gani: will, for lhc last time at lhe Cellar, flash their femmm1ty onstage Somelhing different at the Private Celb.r Saturday afternoons at 1.:m you can bring your pets to the pauo for a l'ct Sho". There will be three -.ategoncs in which to enter your iguana. best pct, best trick (no Helen. hke iumpmg through a hoop ... not your last date) and best costume. That means yo:. can f mally put that hampster in a hoopshirt. Mari:aret \Vjle)' will emcee lhe pct shows. She's a hoot. To get the lowdown on the pet shows, call Margaret at 836 7774. She'll explain the rules and get your favorite pussy entered. Comedy troupe Menage-a-trols 1s appearmg with Cllnnen Banana tonight at I O:OOp m. on Channel l 0, the Austm Access Channel. Also look for two public service announcements for safe sex sponsored by A IDS Sen ice; of Austin, and starring Garrett Eckhoff and Tucker Cousins. Spe.iking of comedy troupes, the New and lmprO\ed Radio !lour, Jcbuts at the lloathouse this commg Thursday, Apnl 30. Show starts at 11 :OOp.m That sick woman, Frank Benge, 1s bchmd this caper! And guc:-;s what. 69 cent bottle beer all mght long. Waich for details of the bod} bullding contest at lhc Boathouse m early JUDC Over SJOOO will be given ir' pnzcs. Sunday afternoons at the Crosslni: are redlly festive with their Sunday afternoon cook-0ut beginning at 4 OOpm. Next weekend. which 1s Splash Da) Weekend, lhe Crossing is imponing fresh craw ftSh from Loumana for their weekly cookout. Cajun craw-fish Cross mg style' By the way, Splash Day IS this next weekend, Sunday, May 3. It's going to be one of lhc biggest ever, especially now that Galveston isn't making any plans for a formal splas~ day there. The word about town 1s to get to Hippie Hollow EARLY There will be vans and shunlcs takmg people out to lhe lake from designated places around town. 111 tell you next week where lhcse arc. Torught IS Black & \Vhlte :-.Olte at l\'eicus. Wear black and white attire and pay no cover ThlS will happen the last Friday of every montlt Look for !heir patio bar to open tomorrow night. It's really hot! The Texas Ga) Rodeo AAA<>Clatlon 1s holding !heir state meeting here in Austin. tomorrow at 2:00p.m. A High :\oon Buffet will precede the meeting which is open to the public. All these gomgs·ons will happen at Petticoat Junction. Tomorrow night. in honor of the TGRA state meeting, Badlands 1s hosting a T<;R,\ "Cornyation" which bcgms at 10:00 p.m. Bubbles 1s cmcccmg the show with guest appearances by llarbie Doll,\1i«s Fat Stock, The llaptlst \\'omen and v1S1ting royally from across the state Grandma will be !here! 1lus weekend is Badlands' Flr;t Annl~ersary. Tonight IS Studs & Suds (!lot almost naked men and 25 cent draft) w11h free champagne at midnight. I JUSt love champagne it"s one of the true pleasures of life. This Sunday is the first night of Country/Western Gospel :'\ights at Badlands. After this special first night, Gospel Night will be every Wednesday night m Badlands. Services start at IO:OOp.m. Hallelujah! Next Saturday rught at Badlands is the Jllack & Gold Party Sunday evening is a spectacular production enutlcd "Leather In Review". And watch out, Slutlna will be m town thts 11.cekend. I hear she is real wild and real strange and real sick. You know, Nicole is rather a busy woman these days. Every Tuesday mght at llall'.s 1s "Three Times A Lady" starring l\'lcole, Lady P.T., and Tatiana Wednesday rughts at l\'exus is "l\'icole & Co.". God knows where else she11 appear The Chain Drive is celebrating their first ann)versar} thts weekend with a fabulous !me up. Tomght is free drinks from 8 IOPM Tomorrow rught there is a midnight draw mg for a pair of leather chaps. Here's the scoop on the drawmg starung at 7.00p.m. on Saturday rught, with every drink you purchase, you get a ticket. You record your name, address. and phone number on lhe uckct and put it into the pot for the drawmg. In other words, the more coe;ktails you have, lhe better your chances of winning the chaps. And you don't even have to be present to win. On Sunday afternoon !here is a customer appreciation cook-out which starts at 4:00pm. (yes, that means free food) If you wear a Chain Drive I-shirt, you get special dnnk prices all day Saturday You think it will be a fesuve weelc.md m Austm? Scaramoucbe IS the name of the new pauo bar at the SOS. It was n:imcd for one of the honest clubs in Columel. By thewa)l<'Bruce and Drew arc leaving for C'ozumel the Mond:iy after Splash Day for seven days of fun m the sun. There will be a Bon Vo)ai:c Party for Bruce and Drew on Splash Sunday stanmg around 5 OOpm. Those creeps. I'm 1calous Be sure and try therr steak night every Monday rught too. Sallfs Apartment IS havmg 66 !lours of Controlled Madness dunng Splash Weekend. They're staying open all rught next Saturday and Sunday nights. Breakfast will be served Sunday morning and then it's off to the lake. So for all you out·of-towners or m towners who want to bed down at Sally's, bring your sleeping bags and nightgowns. A Sunday afternoon brisket dinner will also be served after the lake. Sure sounds like a lot of heavy duty partying gomg on m Ausun in the next week. Y'all have fun, but do be careful and don't drive dnmk. Be sure and give me a call !his week at 495.9553 if you have any juicy gossip or anything that you think I need to write about. So, in the meantime, peace, love, prosperity, and safe sex ... Philip. PAGE4 PRIVATE CELLAR PRIVATE PRIVATE CELLAR CELLAR PRIVATE CELLAR CELLAR PRIVATE ~ ~ IS YOUR PET SPECIAL? ~ ~ ~~ ~~ ~u ~~ ~ ~n t?~~~~~ ~ f?M~~ . ~ ~ rrrr ~fM~~rt~ ~ ~ ~u ~ n~ t!J ~ . ~< ...B.--E-Gl~NN-l=tJG MAY 2. ~ ~ ~aturda_ys ~~~®P.M. ttl IN 'THE OUTDOOR PATIO ~ r,) ~ MARGAR~T ~ ~ to :~ Wll-EY! '~I -~ ~ ~ ~ ~ PRIVATE PRIVATE CELLAR PRIVATE ~ ~ ~ ~ CELLAR CELLAR PRIVATE CELLAR ~ ~ P\GES Help Us Celebrate Our First Anniversary lH at The@~Home of nil Country Sunday-April 26, 1987 $1 Longnecks and Well Drinks Music from your DJ Jim Lambert Free Drinks Compliments of Betsy and Becky 2:00-4:00pm (713) 666-3464 -----·-------------------------- 9150 S. Main • PAGE6 --...-.--------------------------------------- DOUGLAS PARK A P A R T M E N T S 3109 Douglas Avenue + 748-6550 SPRING ·INTO YOUR HO~. com; sEE OUR NEW COLORS. "Piofcssional management by Gillingwater" >CABLE AVAILABLE< >2 LAUNDRY ROOMS< >INDIVIDUAL PATIOS & BALCONIES< >2POOLS< >MINI-BLINDS< ONE BEDROOMS FROM $360 $350 OFF FIRST MONTH'S RENT. FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY, DOUGLAS PARK IS REDUCING THE RENT ON OUR GREAT ·2BEDROOM,1 BATH APARTMENTS $410 PER MO~, REGULARLY $470 AND YOUR TOTAL MOVE-IN IS ONLY $245 PAGE7 ~-----------------------------------------------------, HOLLEMAN PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORIES, INC. 1700 SOUTH FIRST AUSTIN, TEXAS 78704 QUANTITY PHOTOS FOR: Head Shots Promo Sheets ew Pro uc s Real Es ate Etc ........ . PHOTO COMPOSITES FULL SERVICE CUSTOM LAB f 'f ''f TYPESETTING & GRAPHIC SERVICES I (512) 441-4444 I 'f ''f 5% DISCOUNT ON YOUR "SPLASH DAY" PHOTOS I L--------------------------~-------------------------- PAGE8 VOTE SATURDAY MAY 2 RUN OFF .,.~·. v, •• ,. .••• ,~,, ~~ri.t1JJ~-::~'l ~/":, J _,,. ''i . .; ,-.~rt"; '?i/' ... ,.,yp ·~vff :t ELECT A CITY COUNCIL YOU CAN TRUST! (Or don't kick when the Austin we all loYe is gone.) PLACE 1 Max Nofziger PLAC'E 3 Sall) Shipman PLACF 4 Groq~e Humphre~ '"'E (5.1\C AU\11" Jl..;c11hborhoods &. En' ronmcn:) ~ nl .\ustm DcmCK:ra11 <.tnl al,. \umn l>cmvcral\ South \u\tm lkm0\:ra1s ~ rl~t3\I \1n1m Tra\1\ l ounlr) IXmocralk \\omen \1.1\1m Prorrn'tn.c (oal111on l cnu.d l ab<:r Coun{, \mcn~an hdtr111on S1a1c. C oun'\ & \1um'-1pal I mp1 "°" (\I(( \HI l "11\ Cr\ •) l>.:mo'r h S1c•r1 ( ub f C cnulhl or [a.,1 To~ n I ulc R~our"'c (on\cna11 rt 1 • ( Onlfl\: I f\ ,\ \(}\; tl<CCAI \U\llO ( uon1dc Fndor~cd B~: liii. \ 'l •Sa\C' ·\u,1m '\;q:-hb1 rh1 l(j., A f "'uonmcnl) \k"1..•n American "Hlulh ·\ U\llR Ocmt-.: at\ ~JC ra Club l ::mcr\llY Ocmoi.;ral\ I \J#lln \\ ITTlCi\ 1 \ Pohth,al ( IUCU\ \\est .\u\ n ()cm()(fll\ Central Austm l>cmocraf\ Aumn Pr grC!iSJ\C' l oa1111on Au\lln Lrsb1.1.n C1a} Pohucal (Al GP<.) l\i1 rthca \1.1\lm lkmt'll..:rat 1'iurth \u\lm Dem 11.1\ \U\lm <.. mmun11} (, lcgc lh:mocrar., ,\U\lln Afl ( 10 Trau\ l ounin !X"TIOCra11'­\\ men The l>a1h T t\.ln ,\u\llO Pu11" Pohll'-.ll \1.:11an C omm111cc Amcrn;an I cdcratton of \1a1c. < ounh &. \t umc1pal I mplO)C'e\ Rcc;ourcc ( on\cnat1l n C"mll"ttC r\ ·\-.soc1a11on ·\U\lln ( hromdc A Civic Reminder from \A"lril t"ia'tc l\u n -...;C1ght'ti.wh1 l() d I \lfonmcntt Au 110 Pr g.re (, n S1•1Tll Oub A J\1m \\ OO'ICO p,,l 1t1. C.au1..1~ ('\\\P(, The Da h TC\an C ros r A1rr: r1 R•hx 1 on (C ARl) Rcsourct C .. n~ru11 n (,,nlraCC f\ :\\M-..; 3111 n IR(lAl Oat Willie's • North Oats • South Oats 4207 Medical Parkway 458- s 1931 E. Oltorf 448-3313 9407 N. IH35 832-8544 "-i11Mh Au\lm Denk...: .1 ' ALGf'C Au I °'ban <-•a> Po ical Ca"' ' Sl1u h A\1\11 Ocmt.1'.-ra \ l m\ I) DClltlC-ah 1 rl\'1.\ C u Ir} Dcm...\('fal " \\ ''nlro "('I .!\ 0<-mo1..T,;t C rn1ra.! A,,; Oc !\:l.lflhta Au\lm Dtrt't1't Au\lm ( h'n1dc PAGF. 9 WITH SPECIAL GUEST Every Tuesday AU6TIN (512') 4 73-2501 ,.. ~ . ,., ........... About Town by Russ Culver. Dallas ~kilo Dallas. Wasn't it a wonderful weekend? The weather was definitely a ta.'te of summer with a "real windy" spnng bree1e. Along with Kim and myself, the people were lying (Just lying, nothing more), baking in the sun. After the sun sat, they were out nnd about for "a hllle night music", so read on. Starting off Friday night with a bang. As most of you girls know, .Juggs has 25 cent draft beer Tuesday and Friday rughts. Peggy, the manager, and her CO· workers ran themselves ragged serving cocktails ton packed house. Thanks for a great time ladies. Speaking of girls, Partners in Fort Worth collected $175 for the Ronald McDonald House by raffiing off a 6·foot rabbit (now could you imagine going to bed with a 6 foot rabbit?). Keep up the good work. The heat was hot this past weekend and OJ Buck at Big Daddy's was JUS! as hot cranking out the tunes. Also, look for Buck's music column in this issue. The Blue Miil has been having record crowds thanks to the wonderful food and service. Dale and Travis are there to greet you and are hard at work Also, Slop by and WISh Chelli a happy return. For you guys that like to get down and party, Tramps has beer bust Mondays and Thursdays from 8PM to midnight. Stop in for a beer or two, or three- For you gals, saddle up and head out to High Country to celebrate their 8th Anniversary, April 23rd·26th. A three day ordeal, what a partyl Bnckdoor to High Counlr), Ray has added on to the Den. and 6n Sundays is the Cozy Whit~ Super Sho" featuring such talents as :\tahogony, Tina Turner, Ashley Adams, Kandi Delight, and more. Also on Sundays. the Hideaway Clubs present their steak out. "'h1ch have been a smashing success. A special thanks to Chuck for a special birthday party for Willie Monday night (n night that will not be forgotten). Speaking of smashing successes over at O•·atlons Cabaret, Ste>e and Dave have done a fantastic job. Fre.sh flower arrangemenL<, soft relaxing colors and an array of entertamment provides the perfect atmosphere for a perfect evening. Stop by Ovations and catch the Ricky Graham Show, not to be mis:;.ed, April 23-26th. A very special thanks to Tony Rose for his unforgettable show at Dig Daddy's. Tony's gone back east now, but he'll be back in September with a new show. We'll be waitinl(. For those of you who are up and about on Sundays, stop by Griggs Field and catch a softball game, starting around l:OOPM. The Tramp-a-Leans will be cherleading the teams, so go out and support your favorite team. About strpports, the Trestle had their Best/Biggest Basket Contest last Saturday with a $25.00 cash pnzc. I remember everything's bigger in Texas, but the.sc baskets were bigger than even a Texas Euwr Bunny could ever bring. T he Bratz were at Rumors last Saturday and the place was packed. A special thanks to Judy and :\tl~ty for a comfortable welcome. Can't wait to see what these ladies are up to next. Don't forget the Monday Night Jockey Short Contest at the Village Station. Alberta will be there to greet you at the door with a smile and gladly take your money to see the contestants undress. The summer's here and the parties ha\'e begun. the Hub Apartments held a party "'1th free beer and food, and L) nn, the manager, was there "'ith her Wheel of Fortune. (They tned to get Varma. but she was busy featuring hngcne.) Another party a block over at Woodtrall ,\partments had bodies tanmng everywhere. Free beer and food hve DJ, and water volleyball provided lots of fun for everyone Thanks Rae) . Also, Doui:las Park .\ partmenl' arc 1U1dergomg a facelift. Stop by and check it out Since the days are longer and getting honer, stop by Grann) 's Gin Shop m Fort Worth, next door to 6.51, and get a soda pop. On Sundays and Mondays all money in the machine will be donated to AIDS research. Wet your whistle and support AIDS research al th< same tune. Until next week, keep your spirits high, your smiles wide, and spread a linle love to your friends and neighbors. Ciao', P.S. Dallas, make your plans to attend Spla.~h Day In Austin the 1st weekend In :\1a.}. Let's show Austin that Dallas knows how to party right Be seen, be heard. be there, :\ta) 3rd. \Ve've got plans for the hvo of ' you. The Huh Apartrncnts offer l\\ o bedroom 'loorpl.:ms that both you Jnd your room­mate will enJOY 'h:mng. Each or m .. r l\\O t-icdroom homes "ere planned for your pnvacy. com cnicnec, and pocketbook. So "11) not reap the benefit> of h.n mg :i room·mJtc \\hile nlJID!Jlllillg )OUT rcrson:il freedom? At The tlub Ap:irtmenls >ou11 fit mto our plans ... lx'auufully. BEDROOM '" . , I ED ROOM ' 1 I 1''9 1- Lr11JrritG 6 • 1 IS EFFICIE!\'.CIES,1,2..3 BEDR00\1 FLOOR PLA"iS AVAILABLE OAK LA w~·s BFSl FOR SPECIAL AOL L TS 3136 HUDNALL, DALLAS 528-3311 PAGF.. JI PAGE 12 • --NO COVER-HAPPY HOUR SPECIAL ¢ WELL DRINKS 4:00-6:00 PM DAILY Happier Hour $1.25 Well Drinks, 6:00-9:00 SUNDAY MARGARITA BUST Join us Sundays for MARGARITAS $1.00 2629 Oak Lawn Avenue • Dallas, TX 75219 (214) 522-5481 PAGE 13 • 7 l ~ Friday: Complimentary drinks 8-lOPM Saturday: Drawing at 12 midnight for: 1 pair Custom Leather Chaps from B's Leather Shop 2-$25 gift certificates from B's Leather 1-$50 Bar Tab Sunday: Customer Appreciation Cookout at 4PM 602 East 7th 478-0295 . Dancing & After Hours Friday & Saturday PAGE 14 ·------· No, you show me yours first!!! ' \ AUSTIN 411 Directory CHURCHES A~st n Gay ~esb an r::, end Quaker J Oogn tylCatt>o c Ftrst Un tar an lntegrity/E:p scopal ar>s MCCA Oas s M nostry COUNSELING Bates Richard CIOver Paul M Ed ·2304 Hancock *3 $rmth Jm Waterloo Co Cente• 6901 N Lamar 1109 HEALTH Dr Edward J Dwyer. 2906 Medical Arts St OROANIZATIONI AlcOholics Anonymous Lambda 5518 Burnet Rd Austin Al OS Pro1ect Austin Gay Nudists Box 49636. Austin.Tex Austin Lambda 7115 Burnet Rd #120 Austin VD Screer>ing & Clime 15Waller Gaylme Hotline - MH/MR (24 hrs) Womenspace 2330 Guadalupe TGRA CLUBS Badlands 11 s Sar Jacinto Boathouse 407Col0rado Chain Dnve 602East 711' Crossing 611 Red RIV8r 505 Club 505 East 3rd Hall s 404 Colorado Nexus 401 East 2nd Pr vale Cellar 709 East 6th Ruperl s 517 !'led River Sa ly s Apt 2828 RIO Grande S11uflv s Saloon 113San Jacinto Ur>cle Charr1e·s 1301 Lavaca 458 9S19 467 72'>.4 452 6168 451 1802 929-3660 834 8357 451 2329 477-{)473 385-4900 452·5966 478·3453 453-0016 452·9550 458·8050 469·2080 477-6699 472·HELP 472-3053 462-9419 479-8965 474·9667 478-0295 476·3611 479.5050 473-2501 495-9553 477-6440 477·1128 478 8782 479.S965 474-6481 IUcoat Junction 401 E. '>econd 172 2199 l•c '"' "> 8402 Congress 282 {;556 R. STILES PA TTERSO!'I Attomcy (512) 482-1937 (24-Hr.) LARRY'S COIFFURES Discount on Cut I Blowdry Men $10 I Won1en $12 .3818 FAR WfST 13LVD SUITE 110 8-5 Tue-Sot Open lore evenings by appo1nrrnen1 Ron or Shirley .345-8557 ).35 ~rms )12 Cur Dry PAGE 15 ••• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• I MISS DEA'S I I• MIRAO-SCOPE • • • for the week of LEO (July 21-August 21) PISCES (February 19-March LIIlRA (September 22- I • Ap r il 24-30 Prowling young ro s c b. 20) Your sull m the money, October 22) A new man (or • I this week. Love i 1 s ~~~0!or ;~u baby. You fishes should throw a lady) in your life has taken you • • dcnbound kitties, too. Monday, party since you're the hostess away from your family. Phone • • TAURUS (April 21 -May 20) however, might bring some with the mostest. The party girl home. Your own Aunt Gilda waits! I • • Secret business engagement.s discoursc--avoid over-arguing that you arc glows this week and Go out this weekend and see the • • could be highly profitable for your point. Remember, Mary, you you should take advantage. sights. There's more than meets •. you bulls this week. A stranger attract more flies with flypaper Wednesday brings turbulent the eye here in Texas-everything • could dampen your spirits on than with vinegar and brown weather, so stay at home then. is bigger here, too. Accept all • I Saturday (and I don't mean the paper-or something like that. Lucky days: Tuesday. proposals from Leos. I • ones in a bottle). Don't be Anyway, keep your head cool ard Lucky days: Monday & Thursday • • snotty, just refuse any your hody hot. • • mvitations for early morning Lucky days: Sunday • • love. Blue is special. ARIES (March 21-April 20) SCORPIO (October 23- • • • Lucky days: Tuesdays CAPRICORN (December 21- Stay backstage instead of trying November 22) Last weeks •• .Januar_v 19)Youhaveasixth l o bethe st a r. y ou cou Id end up slump left you tired. Pick it up • sense for cash flow and this week · h b h d f • • GE:\<11"'1(May21-June 20) wit a utt on your ea rom and shake it out. Try a relaxing • f • Flames o passi. on 11. c k you twm· s is no exception. Money matters rammi· ng your wi·1 1 wi' th someone massage or treat yourself to an • • all over th.i s week . S ex 1· s h ot anu.1 make you little goats as happy as c Is c •s B Y hc 1p ·m f got h ers.• your all over beauty make-over. You • • a tall person plays an enormous spm1ch tin cans make Billy. rewards wi·l l be enormous. s top gorgeous beauties will soon be • • part. You, r e all the rage at any Fol ow all your hunches on at th c si· d c o f th c road and hc IP pump mg all over town. Avoid a • •• party, but d on't spcnd to muc h \1onday·. A hot, dark ·haired Leo th a t th'm red he ad w h o need s a Sagittarius man late in the week. •• • cash, girls. Double your fun, not s'lows up on Friday night. Get to jumpstart-your battery stays A hunch about finances proves • • your VISA bill. Look around and know this person! You could overcharged. true blue (or green). • • • see who your friends arc-you've 1":nc the savage beast and make Lucky days: Sunday & Tuesday. Lucky days: Friday. •• been neglecting the people who them purr like a kitten. • Lucky days:Tucsday • • care. • I Lucky days: Thursday \Ql ARIUS (January 20- SAGITTARIUS (November •• • Fehruar.v 18) Get out of your VIRGO (August22- 23-December 20) "What a • CA -...CER (June 21-July 20) • •10usc and cruise the park or September 21) Your finance dump." You naughty girls played • • Somebody needs you terribly this somcth ng. You waterbearcrs s1tuauon looks tres magnifique. so much last week that your fine • • week--g1ve everything you've got may be feeling cran1pcd this Treat yourself to something abode 1s trashed to the rafters. • • to make this person feel better. - • v..:eK. Put on your pi'lk bonne! sweet-perhaps a young hunk (or Take a day and clean up the • Your motherly charms surface, • • and sh1'1e! A young man needs an older hunk) could help. Call a confusion. The new moon on • take fu\I advantage and bake • Your .:oo' waterbcanng style to sis.er (blood sis,er or JUSt gay Monday brings changes in your • • some cookies or something. This calM h•s llammg nerves. Buymg fnend) who you have avoided health Joma stud club and • • homebody urge will contmue •nto a car rrt<>rt make voi;r Itfe quite lately. The results of your pump il, baby. You might filld a • • the new moon or Monday A c , - fcsttve, but dof1't do .t on conversauon will make you love-target screaming for eros· .!. young bunk (maybe the gardener) \' Jnd, y. smile. knocks on your door. Let him in. Lo.ttKy Clays· Sunday & Thi,;sday Li;cky days: Tuesday & Lucky days: Friday. AUSTIN STATE TGRA MEETING­APRIL 24TH & 25TH SAN ANTONIO FIESTA MARDI GRAS APRIL 20-24--NOO ZOO BLACK & GOLD PARTY BY FIESTA 1987-APRIL 20-26 THE CAPITAL LEATHERMEN BONHAM EXCHANGE MAY 1ST & 2ND-BADLANDS SPLASH DAY MAY 3RD LAST DRAG SHOW APRIL 29--PRIV ATE CELLAR BENEFIT SHOW APRIL 26-SNUFFY'S NEXUS NAUGHTIES APRIL 26TH--OUR PLACE THE TEXAS MIRROR(Sl2)..J73-6811 Wednesday DALLAS 8TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY APRIL 23-26--HIGH COUNTRY PAMELA "THE BEAR" MCCARTHY MAY 1 ST & 2ND--8PM BIG DADDY'S 1987 TEXAS STATE DANCE CONTEST MAY 3RD- TRAMPS arrow. l Lc.ky days: Sunday HOUSTON ARTFEST 87 APRIL 24-26 1ST ANN1VERSARY PARTY APRIL 26TH-THE RANCH FORT WORTH BLIND DATE IN CONCERT MAY 1ST--PARTNERS PAGE 16 r---------------~---------------------------------------, Evening Ladies! I Sassy Saundra Clarke I hope everyone had a terrific Easter, and lhal !he Eastcr B=y was good lO you. He was 10 me. I got a i:reat bl& basket full of goodies. (I love big baskets full of goodies, don't you?) I gol a great big basket filled with Jewelry from a very dear old boyfriend from San Antonio. Yes, ladies, he does have a big basket. Uh huh. He gave me a big ring covered in diamonds (and not !he liltle wonder.mount kind. You know.you have 10 wonder where !he diamonds arc). He also gave me a gorgeous one ounce drop of gold form} chain. And if !hat wasn't enough- (!here can never be enough JCwclry for Saundra) he also gave me a gold bracelet. It's beautiful. You won't sec me al Splash Day, !hough. I'm scared lo gel on a boat. If my weight won't slllk a boat. my new jewelry will! And besides, I am dark enough anyway, right? Ladies, always go for the gold m anything or anyone you do. Be left with memoncs-always get jewelry. Then. 1f you break-up, you can sen it or hock it. Until later, Love. Saundra ~· :;; .... - : """ "'6. . . . .. '''r ~~. -~·:•h: ~.·.;~ ~-. - .... . "< HERE COMES PETER COTTON TAIL ......... . HOPPING DOWN THE BUNNY TRIAL ........... . PAGE 17 ~~~---~~-------------------------------------~-.....-------~~ have you heard ... ? bybucat The songs mentioned here are my choice new records of the week. I hope these reviews make you curious and interested enough to go out to your favorite dance music store and give them a listen. Hope you enjoy them as much as myself. 'Twilight World'-by Swing Out Sister-If you 've been following this class "a" act as I have, then you know that they have hit #4 to add to their fast growing string of 12"s. In less than 2 years, Swing Out Sister has made a major impact on jazzy, well polished, dance music at its best. Their first 12", 'Blue Mood', quickly became a huge hit here in Dallas, followed by the funky flavored 'Break Out", to their a~t hit 'Surrender·, which has got to be-0ne of the best songs this year. 'Twilight World' has a flow to it that only SOS can do. The intro of voices and background sounds gets your attention and takes you on a beautiful journey of '87 jazz sound that you just want more and more. If you liked their 3 12"s before, there will be a re-mix of this OU• very soon (possibly while you're read in~ this). This group is not to be overlooked. They're going to be very big in the changing style of dance music. An album should follow soon. Big Daddy's Gaibi-Ofra Haza-coming from Israel, this Israeli love song is a sizzling sleaze cut and is definately an attention grabber. A nice long intro of percussions of all types give you a look at how musically gifted this woman is. And when she does start to sing/chant, a sexy voice of absolutely no english but all Jewish singing shows what a talent this woman is. The song is a great change of pace from your typical sleaze and daily disco pounding. Not everyone will enjoy this song, but for those who do, check out her l.p .. Everything I Own-Boy George-tly the sounds of Boy's voice on this remake of the old Bread classic, you'd never know that he's been majorly traumatized over the last year or so. At the sudden drop of beat #1 into a hard yet slower rhythm of funk to his first few lines delivered loudly in a spoken song /poem type rap, the song gets underway changing to a nice, laid back , tasteful piece of reggae-very much like B.G. did a few years ago on his own while still with Culture Club. Making this 12" one better is the dub-version, as good as the vocal. You'll enjoy it even more when the radio, t.v. video&: cable channels, bars and more arc playing it, more than alot. Should be a big all around hit for the boy. TOP 15 SONGS FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 20-27 1. GALBA-OFRA HAZA 2. 1WILIGHT WORLD-SWIN~ OUT SISTER 3. AMOR PUERTO RIQUENO-RAZ 4. MEMORIES-CAROLYN HARDING 5. MY BRILLIANT CARREER-5TA 6. SHAK RENDEZVOUS-BUNCH OF S'S 7. CAN'T FIND MY WAY HOME-TORCH SONG 8. HEY BOY-CELESTE 9. TRANS-EUROPE EXPRESS 10. PARTY GIRL-GRACE JONES 11. 17 WAYS TO JAK-HERCULES 12. TIME OUT-GINO VANELLI 13. WHAT'S GOING ON-CYNDI LAUPER 14. CHILDREN OF THE GHETTO-COURTNEY PINE 15. RADAR LOVE-CENTERFOLD PAGE 18 - -- ----- ..-.. - - ~ ------ --_--.-. - - - ---- HAIR DESIGN 2 1 7 W 4th ST AU S T ( 5 12) 482 -8006 THE PRIVATE CELLAR 709 EAST 6TH 477-6440 AUSTIN The Last Drag Show Wednesday 11 :30P.M. Cookie & Cast with Riki & many other celebrities Ebony Connection Soul Night ~-------~----------------------~-·~------------------------ Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Pool $1 beer Tournament bust Drink Oldles 75 cent $1 .75 Late Wiiey's $6 llquor Speclal Music well drinks Premium Night An Im al bust 75 cent Liquor Happy Tricks $1 .50 Coronas $1.25 Hour 3:30 on fajlta 8PM-2AM Coronas 12mldnlte- the patio dinner ' 2AM Happy Hour 'tll 8PM ' PAGE 19 DR. TERRY R. 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Second, if your uptli;ht about this happenini;, ,,omething t, nrong. Either chani;e )OUr•>rlf or chani;e your friend,. \tr. Dmg, "''Jule out on a date with my boyfncnd, I ran mto my girlfriend. What should I luve done? Sign me, Lost Dear Lost: I'm not sure \\hat one should in such u quagmire. You should just move to Lns Angeles. Dearest Mr. Ding; If you fell for the big dick m Vegas story, you11 believe this. While walking to class, I o\'crhcard two gorgeous hunks mention their new "ass hammers". Docs this have nnything to do with condom dLStribution on campus 1 Just Wondering Dear J.W.: Another likely story! .\to1<1rc)cles are referred to as "ao;.s hamme1'" because or the haltering one receives while on one. It's 11 similar concept , hut unrelated to condom use or dlstrihution. Send quesnons to: :\tr. Ding c/o Texas .\1irror 825 West I Ith# 138 Austin, Texas 71170 J PAGE 20 TOP 60 FOR APRIL 1. LOVE & DEVOTI0\'.\1ICIUEL BO\\ 2. BAILO BOLERO-Fl' Fl' 3. FASCI:\ATED-C0\1P \\Y II 4. 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CRY WOLF·A·HA 32. THE TELEPHO'.\E CALL-KRAFTWERK 33. KEEP YOllR EYE 0 . . .\1E-HERII ALPERT 34. LEA\' O'.'i ME·CLt:Il '.\OliVEAli 3S. YOUffiRYLLY A:\T -BOYTRO,JC 36. SATELLITE-\.1Cl. 37. I'VE GOT THE 'IGHT OFF-KATHY KOSI\'S 38. LET'S GO·W A\G CHL\G 39. DO THE llOOGALOO-LEDER :\ACKF'\ 40. I FEEL LOVE COMI'.liG·:'\10DER\ ROCKETRY 41. HEARTBREAK BEAT-PSYCHEDELIC FURS 42. RHYTHM OF YOUR LIES·JA Y:\E F.DWARDS 43. SEX APPEAL-GEORGIO 44. THE HO:\EYTHIEF-HIPSWA \' 45. WATCHI'.\G THE WILDLII'E·FRA'iKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD 46. SOO:\ER OR LATER·ER\K<;T KOHL 47. DO THE DA'.\CE-TR \'iCE DA'iCF 48. THESE HOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKl'.liG-Il0\.1\.H:RA'.\G 49. RESPECTAllLE-:'\!EL & KI\1 SO. O'iE :\IGHT-SECRET TIES St. LOVE IS l'.li THE AIR-STEVE Al.LE:\ S2. D0:'.1I'iOES·ROBIHE :\EV ILLE S3. CALGHT BETWEE:'i A ROCK A:\0 A 11.\RI) PLACE-DI:BORAll LESAGE S4. WHERE AR~; YOC-CERRO\E SS. LAST CHA'iCE-CYRE' S6. :'\tR. RIGHT·ELEA:\ORE :'\1ILUi S7. GOLD DIGGER-Ll\1E S8. GET THE LOVE-TH0\1PSO\"T\\'1'S S9. 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Jennings 332 0745 Papa Beafs, 3530 Broadway 822-2823 Vickery Station, 224 E Vickery 654-1108 Paper Moon, 1430 N. Mam 225-7330 Phazez. 119 El Mio 342-9053 Silver Dollar Saloon, 1418 N. Mam 227-2623 Snulfy's Saloon, 722 San Pedro 224 7739 ..... . ... PAGF. 23
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