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Houston Voice, No. 920, June 12, 1998 - File 010. 1998-06-12. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 12, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/3055/show/3015.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 920, June 12, 1998
Contributor
  • Hennie, Matthew A.
Publisher Window Media
Date June 12, 1998
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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Transcript June brings Pride and a host of television shows by STEPHEN R. UNDERWOOD With Pride Week breaking oul all over the country, public television is programming a unique array of shows targeted for gay and lesbian audiences. Here's a quick look at this month's highlights: • The Castro." today. 9 p.m.. KUHT, Warner Channel 8: The story of the Castro district is one of the greatest untold immigrant stories of our country," said Peter Stein, the documentary's producer. "People came lo this place to reinvent themselves and find themselves. In lhe process, they built a whole culture here, one we still feel (he impact of today." Stein travels through an elaborate timeline beginning in the late 1800's and arrives in 1997. Police abuse, the election and assassinalion of Harvey Milk, AIDS, the crystal I izat ion of gay power and the gender divisions between gays and lesbians inoculale this retrospective- • "Intimate Portrait: Patti LaBelle," June 14, 9 p.m.. Lifetime, Warner Channel 22: This gay community icon needs no introduction. A long time favorite of Houstonians, LaBelle plays to packed houses when she visits the Bayou City. Despile the loss of her sister to lung cancer and the split up of Ihe Bluebelles. LaBelle overcame her troubles to win a Grammy Award in 1992. With a host of celebrity inter views, join LaBelle and friends Luther Vandross. Oprah Winfrey and former Bluebelle Cindy Birdsong for this inspiring look al a legend in her own time. • "In The Life's Gay Pride Special: American as Apple Pie." June 21. Midnight. KUHT. Warner Channel 8: Long a scries profiling everyday gay and lesbians in their homes and work places, this installment of "In The Life" follows Virginia Apuzzo. assistant to the president for management and administration, in her duties at the White House. Apuzzo is the highest-ranking openly gay public official to enjoy federal responsibilities. Also meet Gair Bridges and Ron Travis, two gay foster parents honored as Iowa's 1996 "Foster Parents of the Year," the first openly gay couple in any state to receive the award. Similarly, the trek includes more gay and lesbian success stories of gay people being people just like everybody else. • "Intimate Portrait: Delia Burke," June 28. 9 p.m., Lifelime, Warner Channel 22: This Miss Florida went on to become a popular regular on "Designing Women." But tucked underneath the facade of fame. Burke struggled with a weight problem and recovered memories of child abuse. Burke lost her "Designing Women" contract alter live years on the show. reportedly because of strained relations with co-star Dixie Carter and show producer Linda Bloodworlh- Thornason. Eventually, Burke gives up sitcom jobs and begins her own clothing line for "plus-sized" women. AN UNCOMMON LEGACY FOUNDATION, INC. 3RD ANNUAL BRUNCH Sunday, June 28, 1998 11:30am The Four Seasons Hotel 1300 Lamar Street PRESENTING THE EXTRA MILE AWARD Presented to the woman who has "gone lhe extra mile" in supporting organizations and projects thai strengthen the lesbian community SILENT AUCTION Entertainment provided by SHARON MONTGOMERY KOK RESERVATIONS CALL; (713)522-0864 KEYNOTE SPEAKER Retired Army Col. Margarethe iiirrtt.u Camm AN UNCOMMON LEGACY l-'()l'Nl >ATION is a minpn.ru Inundation established in lUfKHfi iinimuK* lesbian vtsBjillty an. I enhance ihe well -bring "t women Unlay ami in lull ire ^eneraiinns Theft nine l.uiun mobilizes cnniributors m sup|>ort organizations ,ui<! | in >t< vis (hill strengthen the lesbian community Its vitality illustrates the growing power n| lesbum giving. LEGACY su|*|H>ris ihe lesbian community by making gmnLs lo fund projects lhal help meei heallh, KOCiul. cultural, anil CxkJCUthrnul needs. LOrtuey scholarships t*' simtenis who show pntcii!..il Inr becoming the lesliuin leadership of the future. Gay TV: Several television programs this month feature gay themes or stars that attract a gay following, including Delta Burke (above left), who along with singing-sensation Patti LaBelle (above right), is profiled in Lifetime "Intimate Ponraits." The 90-minute PBS special 'The Castro" chronicles how a quiet corner in San Francisco became the cornerstone of a movement and a symbol of gay liberation. The show airs today at 9 p.m. JUNE 16-21, WORTHAM THEATER CENTER ■ncxmimi 713-227-ARTS (_____________) COMPAC1 FOLEY'S *m% IS tfflb mmm **^K W* N&Str Airi PAGE A ▼ JUNE 1
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