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Houston Voice, No. 749, March 3, 1995 - File 014. 1995-03-03. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 12, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/331/show/315.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 749, March 3, 1995
Contributor
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Window Media
Date March 3, 1995
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 HOUSTON VOICE / MARCH 3, 1995 13 March i - i HomfM Council of Clubs present Let Us Entertain You Weekend Late Registration and Breakfast Saf. at 10 a.m. Saturday March 25th Mary's Dinner Theater presents Disney's "The Lien King" and Same ef Jehn Water's Best/Worst including "Serial Mam" wilh Kathleen Turner Plus, Steaks, Steaks and mere Steaks ftai. T-Bene Steak with all the Fiiin's Only $4.50 ■ 50C Draft Beer in a cut Sunday Oaen 10am wild Brunch & Happy Heur til 2pm Patio Bust • 50C Draft Beer (in a cup) till 6pm Tuesday C«ti«o Tuesday • All Shots ef Cuervo only $2 Burgers en the Patio wilh Lacy - 1lim - 4pm Hump Day Wednesday Happy Heur Prises All Day/All Night Happy Birthday Sandy from Acadian Bakers • Feb. 21 HAPPY HOURS Morning 7am-2pm ■ Afferneen Spm-9pm ■ Saturday 7am-7pm 1022 WESTHEIMER • HOUSTON • (713} 527-9669 Diana Foundation presents 42nd annual awards show ■"Diana is no longer a flamboyant social group. The membership is more ,■ mi m u' ii i inns aboul everything," proclaims the four-term president. Commenting on the often viscous content of the tart-tongued awards. Poplin ads, "We give Ihe awards to make light and fun of ourselves. Everybody does stuff that deserves laughter. They are not designed to offend." In past years, several recipients tailed to see the humor of their own stones as they were roasted ai the podium, as a result, the campy awards will be bestowed only to members of the club [his year. In addition in Ins duties as (he club leader. Poplin has also served as the awards show stage manager. ""Our wildest backstage moment occurred when Wayland Flowers locked himself in ihe dressing room with his marionette Madam only seconds before lie was due io perform." Some major changes in ihis year's program include ihe bestowal of three prestigious awards for outstanding contributions to the gay community. The top honor. The Diana Award will be presented to popular entertainer Jerry Atwood for a lifetime ol exceptional dedication. The Diana Volunteerism Award will go to Rich Aren- scheldt for outstanding work through the Montrose Pet Patrol, while the Bering Foundation will receive an award lor outstanding service by an organization. Bill Hal her i, creative director of planning and production, reports busk ticket sales for the event and anticipates an early sell out of the 50(1 seal auditorium. H e s h & res 1 e a d ership res pons.Mr It'e* With M. i c per. the event chairperson and show director, who co-emcees the extravaganza with Joe Russell. Excited about the upbeat rhythm of the presentation. Kemper expounds. "The show is a cabaret-style venue with no curtains or blackouts. The stage will never be empty as we consistently bounce energy to the audience. It is a complete evening after which the patrons will have the opportunity to dance and party with the cast. To further enhance the evening, creative jazz choreography for the production numbers is provided by Dor- ell Martin of the acclaimed Delia Stewart Dance Company along with Randy Boatwright and Joel Quinones. David Gandy is in charge of the beautiful costumes winch are designed and sewn by volunteers from the Diana membership. Perhaps Kemper summarized the Diana's ambitious goals for the night with the following declaration. ""We want this to he a knock-down Houston happening (hat people will go away amazed that this kind of talent exists in the city...and we were able to hainess u!" The 42nd Annual Diana Awards Show. "Glamour is Everything" featuring Lypsinka. will he presented at The Houston Club. 811 Rusk in downtown Houston on Saturday. March 25th. Prices for the fundraiser vary according to seating and include buffet dinner, ihe show and dancing. Cocktails and sileni auction begin ai 6:00 p.m with the show opening at 7:30 p.m. Dinner buffet and dancing will commence at 9:30 p.m. For tickets or information, telephone the Diana Founda- tion at (713) 639-2000 or BiU Green at Park KOLBE PROJECT A house of spirituality and ministry for the gay & lesbian community. Potluck dinner & stimulating discussion Ray Hill on "Personal Safety in a World of Gay Bashing & Official Oppression" 7:00 p.m. Thursday, March 2nd 1509 Fairview Hyde Park cul de sac; enter rear door 1509 Fairview Street • (Montrose) • Houston, Tx 77006 Mailing Address P.O. Box 66669 • Houston, Tx 77266-6669 (713) 522-8182 THE NEXTSTEP edited by Jean Swallow The editor of the popular recovery *>M* Oil* Frpn Under looks ot long-term recovery In the lesbian command Here ore heartbreaking s'orles. fine writing, and row courage. THENIXTJTXJL eoiteo k_j lean SH/allotf $9.95 in bookaores. or return this ad witn $11.00 (postpaid) to order by mail. ____ ALYSON PUHKATIONJ Dipt. 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