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Title Houston Voice, No. 903, February 13, 1998
Contributor
  • Michelak, J. C.
  • Murphy, Terry
Publisher Window Media
Date February 13, 1998
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Transcript C O IN/I IN/I U IM Friday, February 13 AIDS Mastery Workshop. 861-6453. H1V+ Art classes at the Ari League. 523-8817. - HATCH meets. 942-7002. ■ Houston Tennis Club meets at 7:30 pm. 713/864-8468 Aftercare Group Treatment at Montrose Counseling Center. 6pm. 529-0037. Frost Eye Clinic: Free eye exams for HIV+- people. 520-2000. ■ Lesbian Avengers meel at Toopee's. 1830 W. Alabama @ 7pm. ■ Q-Patrol Meets to walk the sti 10:30pm. 528-SAFE. ■ Recovery and Beyond-relationship group meets at 8 pm. 713-333-9092. ■ Kolbe Projects' Park Plaza Hospital Visitation. 713-861-1800. ■ HIV An Course Program; I-4pm. Patrick Palmer al 526-11 18. Houston Chain Gang Cycling Club meets for dinner. 768-8793. ■ SNAP (Spay and Neuter Ass Program) . 713/522 Saturday. February 14 AIDS Housing Coalition Houston day gay positive emergency house for PWA's in transition, 10am to 12pm. 117 Tuam Ave. @ Helena, FYI 713-521-1613. After Hours on KPFT 12am to 3am. 90.1 FM. 526-5738. - Q-Patrol meets to walk the streets at 10:30pm. 528-SAFE. Visual Art Alliance meeis at 10am. 583-8408. Rainbow Fishing Club meets. 713-526- 7070. * Houston Chain Gang Bicycle Club meets. 713-863-1860. ■ GANG (Gang Alumni Noon Group) meets at noon. 713/622-6918. ■ AssistHers meet. 713/552-9445. Sunday, February 15 ■ The Women's Group meets 10:45am, FYI 713-529-8571, HATCH meeis 942-7002. ■ Houston Cham Gang Bicycle Club meets. 713-863-1860 ■ Rainlmw Riders: A bicycle club for women. 713-869-1686. * FrontRunners meel at 9:00 am. 713-522-8021. * Houston Tennis Club meets at 10:30 am. 713-864-8468. * Montrose Ice Picks skate at the Galleria at 5:00 pm. 713-629-1432. - Galveston PFALG meets al 2:00 pm. 409/744-7558. - AALGA meet. 713/864-2242. Monday, February 16 ■ Gay Fathers/Fathers First support group. 8pm. 713-861-6181. ■ Calendar/Computer workshop for Pride Week. 7pm. 529-1223. ■ Outpatient Group Treatment at Montrose Counseling Center. 6pm. 529-0037. ■ Men Survivors of Sexual Abuse Group at Monlrose Counsding Center. 6:15pm. 529-0037. ■ Frost Eye Clinic: Free eye exams for HIV+ people. 520-2000. AIDS Caregiver's Support Group meets at 6pm. 732-4300. sponsored free HIV testing from 10am to 5pm al 4125 SW Freeway. Ste 1717. * HeartSong meets. 541-3495. Houslon Area Women's Center's Volunteer training. 535-6363, ■ Texas Medical Center Lambda Group meets. 523-5539. ■ Free HIV testing by die Montrose Clinic: Brazos River Bottom 4 to 8pm; QTs Hpm- 12am. Kolbe Project's Parka Pla/a Visitation;713-861-1800. * AIDS Foundation Houston offers free ere alive writing class. 3:00 pm. 713-623-6796. ■ FrontRunners meeis at 6:30 pm. 713- 522-8021, Cancer Support Group meets at 6:30 pm. 7i3-e 1309. Tuesday, February 17 ■ Sex, Lies & Video Tapes workshop by AIDS Foundation Houslon 7-9pm 623-6796. Helping Cross Dressers Anonymous meets at 239 Wrstheimer. 7pm. 495-8009. Gay Men HIV+ Psychotherapy at Montrose Counseling Cenier. 4:30pm. 529-0037. Youth-Rap at 6:30pm. 822-8511. ■ Aftercare Group Treatment at Montrose Counseling Center. 6pm. 529-0037 AIDS Alliance of the Bay ,Area meets al 7pm. 488-4492. ■ Empowerment for Living meets for pot luck. 861 9149. ■ PROTECT: an HIV negative support group meets at 7pm. 520-7870. . ■ Free HIV testing by Montrose Clinic; Club Body Center 8pm to Midnite. ■ Women Survivors of Childhood Abuse at Montrose Counseling Center. 6:30pm. 529-0037. ■ Live Jazz at Borders Book Shop. 782- 6066. ■ Free Spay & Neuter Assistance (SNAP) 713-522-2337. ■ Kolbe Projects' Parka Plaza Visitation'. 713-861-1800. ■ Project Ceaser at AFH. 713-623-6796. ■ HIV + Support group Tor men over 50 meets at 7:30 pm. 713/527-9106. Wednesday, February 18 ■ Free HIV testing by the Montrose Clinic: Mary's 4-8pm; Bricks II 9 pm lo midnight ■ Frosl Eye Clinic: Free eye exams to HIV+ people. 520-2000.' ■ Houslon Pride Band practices at Dignity Houston. 524-0218. ■ Houston Tennis Club meet's al 7:30 pm. 713/864-8468. GLOBAL [Gay. Lesbian & Bisexual Alliance at Ihe U of H ) meets at 4:30pm . 713/791-1412. * Women's Action Coalition meets al Toopees at 7pm. 867-9581. ■ Women's Network al Montrose Counseling Center. 7pm. 529-0037. ■ Ongoing Mixed Living in Process Group for men and women. 622-7250. ■ Aftercare Group Treatmeni at Montrose Counseling Center. 6pm. 529-0037/ ■ HIV Survivor Support Group met 7pm. 782-4050. ■ Women's Clinic at the Montrose Clinic. 5 lo 8pm. Call 520-2000. BINel of Houston meets,it 7pm. 861-9149. ■ AVES offers free HtV testing from 10am to 5pm at 4125 SW Freeway. Suile 1717. Canca Dialogue Support Group m noon at Park Plaza Hospital. 1/800-611-CARE. - Free Spay & Neuter Assistance [SNAP) 713-522-2337. ■ Kolbe Project's Hospital Visitation: 713- 861-1800. Houston Harpies Ice Hockey Team recruits. 713-802-1248. ■Thomas Streel Health Center Council meets at 2 pm. 713-902-2231. ■ Rainbow Ranglers at 8 pm at lhe BRB. Lambda Rollerskating Club skates al 8 pm. 281-933-5818. ■ Thomas Streel Health Center Council meets at 2 pm. 902-2231. ■ Healing and Happiness Through Wellness at 7 pm. 623-6796. * GLSTN- (Gay. Lesbian. Straight Teachers Network meets al 7:30 pm. 713/529-4571. Thursday, February 19 - aVt Labs at The Art League al 1 pm. 713- 225-941 1. Gay Men's Chorus of Houston open rehearsal at 7pm. 521-7464. ■ Twci nyson lething meets al 7:30pm. 315-6786. ■ KPFT Lesbian & Gay Voices airs from 8 to 10pm. 866-6505. ■ Ongoing gav men's Living in I Groups. 622-7250. Open Mike Night at Cafe Artiste. 1601 W. Main . 8pm. 528-3704. ■ HIV+ Men Psychotherapy at Montrose Counseling Center. 1:15pm. 529-0037. Relapse Prevention at Montrose Counseling Center, 2pm. 529-0037. ■ Outpatient Group Treatmeni al Montrose Counseling Center. 6pm. 529-0037. ■ Aftercare Group Treatment at Montrose Counseling Center. 6pm. 529-0037. Women's Therapy Group al Monlm.sc Counseling Center, 5:30pm. 529-0037. Meditation and Chanting Group meets at 7pm. 942-0923. ■ HIV Affected at CASA. 7pm. 796-2272. HlV Survivor Suppori Group meeis al 2929 Unity Drive. 7pm. 782-4050. Center for the Healing of Racism. 7:30pm. 738-RACE. ■ Ffx Spay /Neuter Assistant e Program (SNAP) ■ Frontrunnersrunal 6:30 pm 713 522-8021. HIVArl Course Program; I-4pm. Patrick Palmer at 526-11 18. - mv Prevention Co lunlty Planning Group iiims ,,i 9 am. 713-794-9251. ■ Montr, si ■. at H pm. 713- 629- 1432. • Gulf Coast Transgender Coii meets it 7:00 pm. 713/780-4282. A Houston Voice Exclusive Your Horoscope fer the week of February 15 thru 21 21 -April 20) Youi manner rs quite pleasing and others see you as Being accepting - don't let them down. This week will proOBUy showcase your determined spirit; when you have something to light lor you win. A close friend needs advice wHhout criticism TAURUS Apt i 21 - May 21) Follow your hunches regarding money matters, especially those situations you have no real experience -with Be candid in your relationships, it looks as rl the tines of commun caiions are a bit snagged It's time lo discuss your plans for GEMINI May 22 - June 21) You tend to worry about money and would be belter on being careful how you spend discretionary income Think tug this week Your charming self will open new doors for you-everyone wants you around, because everyone likes io feel good. You'll accomplish alot. CANCER Uune 22 ■ July 23) You need to gel ihings done, but nobody else seems to wanl lo go along with the program ■ looks like you're on your own Pay attention to a close friend who gives you some truly constructive suggestions on how to handle youi finances Home is your reluge ■ you'll Se spending more lime there LEO (July 24- August 23) Your ability lo be objective will help you lo resolve a fairly sticky situation between two co-workers. Romance is r\ the air ■ your love Me couldn't be any better Guard against intense feelings ol -eatousy. there realty is no cause for such strong reactions VIRGO (August 24 ■ September 23) Disappointments in your lovelife are painlul, but you realize thai you are not at fault lor what happened. Don t drive yourself too hard at work week, because you won't receive Ihe wedrt due You are indecisive by nature, and lend lo go along wilh plans already made LIBRA September 24 - October 23) Keep yourself busy this week and don't Ihmk about depressing things. A change is coming in the near Mure Concentrate on maintaining harmonious relations with those you love - liy to spend more quality time with them Your sense of humor is infectious to others SCORPIO (October 24 ■ November 22) However hard n may be, try to be charitable lo those who give you a hard tir Your w and understanding personality will shine Ihrough. and those around you will respond favorably. You have a flow of creative energy that needs to be channeled into a worthwhile project SAGITTARIUS (November 23- December 21) Finish up old projects at home and in Ihe workplace, before sterling new ones - or everything will catch up with you You'll accomplish alot and people will be caught up in your enthusiasm If you have been quarreling with family members, ils lime to set things straight CAPRICORN: (December 22 - January 20) There will be plenty of variety, so there's lilile chance ot being bored Both friendship and group endeavors will dominate ■ your ability to cooperate comes in handy. Any goals you set will be achieved. Are your expectations in romance realistic? AQUARIUS .January 21 - February. 19) Spend time working on routine matters, and you will be surprised how well the week will go It's possible that you may be under pressure in the workplace, but that never slows you down; continue at your own pace Ask a close !nend for linancial advice PISCES;(February 20 - March 20) Family issues are most on your mind. Older people depend on you for certain leedback Your thinking maybe |usl a bil iuzzy, and you are inclined to go off on llights of fancy - it's okay lo do so Your jealousy of a mate is tacky, keep your cod IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK: I! seems as if you are working harder than ever lately. And thai each task requires twice th time and effort n would noimally take. There is aloi ol pressure on you, both in the workplace and al home. Take the extra lime to look alter yourself such is LIFE! ©EARL STORM COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS AND COUNT YOUR TOES!!! 4* INTERNET- HffF*'/WWW.GAYWIREaCOM/QuACR/SUCHLIFE.HTM E-MAIL: QUAC*\ATEEK«"AOi..COM PAGE 3 O FEBRUARY 13 113
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