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Houston Voice, No. 825, August 16, 1996 - File 017. 1996-08-16. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 23, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/17028/show/17011.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 825, August 16, 1996
Contributor
  • Bell, Deborah Moncrief
Publisher Window Media
Date August 16, 1996
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
Collection
  • 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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Title File 017
Transcript 16 HOUSTON VOICE / AUGUST 16, 1996 by Jon Anthony Connie Stevens returns to television this Fall after a lengthy hiatus. Stevens has been signed to portray Pamela Anderson Lee's mother on the syndicated smash Baywatch.... Jon Bon Jovi's movie career appears to be shaping up. The rocker extraordinaire has just wrapped a movie titled The Leading Man and is set to begin filming the Joe Eszterhas scripted Original Sin this fall.... The Smashing Pumpkins resume their tour this fall beginning Aug. 27 with new bandmates in pivotal positions. Matt Walker on the drums and Dennis Flemion will helm the keyboards.... Nepotism prevails. Fox News has hired Robert F. Kennedy's youngest son, Doug, 28, as a reporter.... Liza Minnelli has issued a statement negating reports of her impending couplehood. Minnelli contends that she is "happily single at the moment.".... Only a legendary patron of the arts could draw such A-!ist talent to a retrospective. In attendance: Julia Roberts. Mick Jagger, Gianni Versace. Woody Allen. Jodie Foster. Liam Neeson, Paul Newman. David Bowie, Michael Keaton. Liza Minnelli. Sting, Jeff Goldblum. Laura Dern and Faye Dunaway to name a few. The legend: Picasso, "fhe Museum of Modern Art is holding a Picasso retrospective that runs through Sept. 17 in New York.... What's an anchor to do? Bryant Gumbel is being wooed by CNN, CBS and ABC among others. Gumbel, whose NBC contract expires in January, is weighing options. NBC has yet to hold talks with their Today Show host of the past 15 years. Gumbel said last year that this would be his final stint on the morning staple. CBS has offered Gumbel his own prime-time show, a chance to anchor golf coverage (his favorite sport) and the coveted heir apparent position as evening news anchor when Dan Rather retires. ABC countered with the promise of giving Gumbel the Nighi/ine mantle when Ted Koppel exits and also offered him a prime-time show. CNN told Gumbel he can write his own ticket. My prediction: Gumbel will remain at NBC where he has worked for the past 24 years..,. The Fugees, Alanis Morrisette, Dr. Dre and Nas are slated to perform at the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards airing live from Radio City Music Hall Sept. 4.... Al Pacino makes his Broadway directorial debut in the Eugene O'Neill play Hughie which opens Aug. 22 and runs through Sept 14. Pacino also stars in the play,... Colin Powell is the individual most Americans would like to have dinner with according to a poll conducted by Good Housekeeping.... The Eagles' Hell Freezes Over tour conclude last week in Edinburgh, Scotland. Performance magazine said the concert played 165 shows in the past 26 months to 3.5 million fans grossing $165 million.... Claudette Colbert bequeathed most of her $3.5 million estate to her longtime friend and companion Helen O'Hagan. Colbert did last month at ihe age of 92.... Herb Ritts celebrated his 44th birthday in grand style last week at the now-defunct Perino's restaurant, a Marilyn Monroe favorite. Pals like Madonna. Roseanne. RuPaul. Ellen DeGeneres, Ben Stiller, Sandy Gallin. Michael Stipe and Diana Ross joined the evenings festivities.... Rumors of her demise to the contrary, Joan Lunden has re-upped her stint on Good Morning America for three more years Paula Zahn will lake over the helm of the Saturday CBS Evening News on Aug. 24. Bob Schieffer who held that distinction for the last 20 years will continue in his other posts as chief Washington correspondent and host of Face The Nation.... Tom Clancy's new book, Executive Orders (Putnam. $27.95), featuring the inimitable Jack Ryan has just been published. Orders is mired in politics as Ryan becomes president ihrough circumstance.... Celebrities are not traditionally Republican, so it would stand to reason that there are not very many high profile entertainment figures in San Diego. The few who did lend their support: Chuck Norris. Sonny Bono. Alec and Billy Baldwin, Chynna Phillips and Norman Mailer. Republican stalwarts Bruce Willis, Tom Selleck and Arnold Schwarzenegger will not be present due to prior commitments.... Bob Hope will be the recipient of a lifetime achievement award recognizing his contributions to family entertainment on the Family Film Awards, which airs on CBS Aug 22. Beau Bridges, Anna Chlumski and Joey Lawrence host the event.... Fabio, the former romance novel coverboy and / Can't Believe It's Not Butter pitchman, has inked a deal with General Mills to endorse Frosted Cheerios in an advertisement campaign that begins airing Labor Day weekend. Fabio is also amidst negotiations to become a spokesman for a large retail chain. It's amazing what good pectorals can do for career enhancement.... The Friends cast showed up to work last Monday to begin rehearsing for their third season on NBC. At press time, there was no word on whether Warner Bros, ponied up ihe demanded salary of $100,000 for each cast member per episode. Sources indicate the crew is working in good faith during the negotiation period.... Catherine Crier returns to the Cable arena. Crier who was wooed by ABC from CNN three years ago will join the new Fox Cable upstart all news channel as host of a nightly talk show.... Randy Travis (Full Circle), Suzy Bogguss (Give Me Some Wheels). Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (She's the One) and Glenn Miller (The Lost Recordings) have all released new CDs this week in the hopes that you run to the record store and purchase them.... DreamWorks has reportedly nixed the release of a remix of the 70's smash Funkytown recorded as a duet by Henry Rollins and RuPaul, It seems as though the label feels thai Rollin's association with RuPaul could damage his macho man image.... Legendary Country crooner George Jones just released his latest album. / Lived to Tell It All, which is the title of his best-selling autobiography released last year.... Milestones: Mary Thompson died as a result of cardiac arrest last week. Thompson resided in Orlando, Fl, never smoked and kept a .22 in her bra. Thompson was the US oldest recorded citizen. At 120 years old, Thompson certainly reached a milestone and did so with aplomb.... Making the Rounds: Valerie Harper guests on CBS' Touched by an Angel Sat., Aug 18 at 8pm. Sting chat's with Larry King Aug. 21 at 8pm on CNN and visits Jay Leno on The Tonight Show Aug. 22 at 10:35pm on NBC affiliate Channel 2. Melissa Etheridge visits with David Letterman on his CBS Late Show Aug 22 at 10:35pm on CBS affiliate Channel 11. Shania Twain is scheduled to appear on the Today Show on Aug 23 at 7am on NBC. Renowned mime expert Marcel lYlarceau will have a one on one with Lauren Hutton on her late night show Aug. 23 at 1:05 am on UPN affiliate Channel 20. Dean Martin, Liberace, Sammy Davis Jr. and Jerry Lewis will be profiled this week on A&E's Biography series. Biography airs nightly at 7pm with an encore at 11pm... Top of the Charts: Robin Williams' film Jack raked in the most receipts over the weekend lo be the # 1 box-office hit of the week. Seinfeld resumes its position as the highest rated show on television after the brouhaha over the Olympics. Patricia Cromwell's Cause of Death continues to dominate the number one position on the bestselling list for fiction. Meanwhile, Gary Aldrich's tome Unlimited Access rules the non-fiction list according to the New York Times. Beats. Rhymes and Life by A Tribe Called Quest is the hottest selling album in the country and 13 year old sensation Leann Rimes dominates the Country sales chart with her sultry hit Blue., according to Billboard Magazine.... Quote ofthe Week: "Did you know every single athlete that you have seen on your television screen has been tested for drugs?... Or as NBC calls it: Must Pee TV." - Jay Leno on the Tonight Show. * I lostess l Opecial v^uests l\ara Uion " Miss 'LJ s a Lean Italston -^ r\ Uhevelre brooks 'a Uion CI -MALE STRIP CONIEST -1 at 11:OOpm witti Tara o/i7 SATURDAY SHOW at 11pm witn lara n/lQ $1 Budweiser & Bud Liqhf m All Dau All M.gto jMALE STRIP CONTEST ' at ll:OOpm with Paivi Amateur/ I alent Hiqht at 11pm witn Paivi Q LU GpannLjs bupqeps 2517 Ralph Street at Westheimer (713) 527-9071 • rlappi) rioup 7am"9pm weekdaijs • $1.50 Well 4-7 Saturday • $1.50 Vodta 7am-6pm • Muq Club 7am-10pm • $3.75 Pitchers & $1.75 Muqs South of the Border Niyht Surprise MC Jhurshu, August 22,11:00pm\ With $ many special I quests w ALSO Granny's hcos! An^uil 9a*//
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