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Title Houston Voice, No. 1136, August 2, 2002
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  • Weaver, Penny
  • Crain, Chris
Publisher Window Media
Date August 2, 2002
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript 18 AUGUST 2, 2002 www.houston voice.com HOUSTON VOICE a weekly guide to arts & entertainment activities for gay Houstonians SPECIAL SUNDAY, AUG. 4 The 20th Anniversaiy Whorehouse Show" is planned at Sonoma Restaurant A group of friends has offered up this show for 20 years. It began as a benefit in response to the AIDS epidemic. This year, the fundraiser benefits the National Leather Association's Camp Hope charity fund, which assists HIV-positive children. Tables may be purchased at $100 and include four seats. For table sales, call Simon at 713-840- 1932. 8 pm Door charge: $5. There will be a cash bar. Sonoma Restaurant 1415 California. 713-522-7066. SUNDAY, AUG. 4 The Anna Nicole Smith Show" debuts on £! television, and the Houston Lesbian & Gay Community Center plans a viewing party. $5 recommended donation. 8 pm at the Center, 803 Hawthorne 713-524-3818. wwwhlgcc.org. ART CONTEST The Houston Council of Clubs is soliciting entries for pin and poster designs for TJJEY 30." Let Us Entertain You (LUEY) weekend wiil be celebrating its 30th year in 2003. Those interested in submitting artwork for consideration should know this information: The pin must contain masks of comedy and tragedy and the phrase "Let Us Entertain You" or "LUEY" with "2003" and "Houston, Texas." The design for the pin should be such that it can be made to reflect the three colors of Mardi Gras: purple, green and gold. The poster must contain the phrase "Let Us Entertain You Weekend," "Houston Council of Clubs," "Houston, Texas" and "March 6-9, 2003." A mention of the 30th anniversary of LUEY weekend would be appropriate also. The pin should be simple in design, as it is usually less than two square inches in size. The poster does not have to match the pin, but should have space available for the design of the pin to be added. Submissions for the pin and poster contest should be delivered to a board member of the Houston Council of Clubs no later than 8 p.m. Aug. 21. All artwork submitted will be displayed and the winning designs will be announced at a special party in September. For more information, contact Loyd Powell at realloydft prodigy.net or 281-397-6297, or Daddy Rose at podgrlishft yahoo.com. UPCOMING • SUNDAY, AUG. 18 "LIVE 2002," the yearty fund-raiser hosted by Don Gill Productions, this summer will benefit the Gulf Coast Archives & Museum to support the nonprofit group's effort to preserve history for gay Houstonians. A number of local entertainers will offer their talents to contribute to the show. At the event, Miss Camp America. Bouton, Soiree Aubergine and the late Carolyn Roberts will be inducted into the archives. All donations of any size are welcome to benefit GCAM, and may also be sent to Gill at 911 Welch St, Houston, TX 77006. 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 18. Keys West 817 W. Dallas St. Don Gill Productions: 713-521-0911 FILM THIS WEEKEND "Platinum Blonde," directed by Frank Capra, features Jean Harlow, Robert Williams and Loretta Young. 7 pm Saturday. Tickets: $6. Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Caroline Wiess Law Building, comer of Main Street and Bissonnet/Binz. 713-639-7515. www.mfah.org. GALLERIES ONGOING Gulf Coast Archive and Museum of GLBT History Satellite Exhibition. The first exhibition from the GCAM collection presented at the Houston Lesbian & Gay Community Center honors the NAMES Project Houston. Community Center, 303 Hawthorne. 713-524-3818. Positive Art Workshop Photography Exhibition. Artists living with HIV/AIDS created these pictures with accompanying text. Houston Lesbian & Gay Community Center, 803 Hawthorne. 713-524-3818. Athena Art Project invites women artists to submit works of art, film and video to its annual juried art show. Selected work will be displayed at the eighth annual Houston Women's Festival on Sept. 28. The deadline for entry has been extended to Aug. 17 For more information, call 713-995-5251 or e-mail artshowahwfestival.org. Web site: www.hwfestival.org. community calendar SATURDAY, AUGUST 3 Men's Gathering of Houston. Dialogue meeting, 6:30-9:30 p.m. "Monogamy vs. Open Relationships: Can One Man Satisfy Your Sexual Needs?" Community Gospel Church, 4305 Lillian. Church phone: 713-880-9235. Men's Gathering of Houston: 713-528-446L Rummage-A-Rama. Sate hosted first Saturday of each month to benefit AIDS Housing Coalition Houston. 202 Tuam Ave. 713-521-1613. EVERY SATURDAY All-Spanish Worship Service/Noche Espirtua). 6 p.m. Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church, 2026 W. 11th. 713-303-3409 or 713-861-9149. After Hours. KPFT 90.1 FM. 1-4 am. Dignity mass. 7:30 p.m. for gay Catholics. 713-880-2872. Free HIV Testing. Montrose Clinic. 11 pm-2 a.m. at Viviana's. 713-830-3000. Gay & Lesbian Breakfast Club. 9:30 a.m. 281-437-0636. Houston Wrestling Club. Practice. 1:30 p.m. 713-453-7406. Q-Patrol. Volunteers walk the streets to help prevent hate crimes. 9:30 p.m. Convene at community center. 713-528-SAFE. E-mail: qpatroiinciSiaol.com St Stephen's Episcopal Church. Rosary 8 am. 1805 W. Alabama. 713-528-6665. Houston Gay & Lesbian Community Center. Drop-in, noon- 4 pm • Bi-Net Houston party and movie, 7:30 p.m. • 803 Hawthorne. 713-524-3818. www.hlgcc.org. SUNDAY, AUGUST 4 PFLAG-Houstoa General meeting with panel discussion, "Why Do You Keep Coming Back?" 2 p.m. Christ Church Cathedral, 1117 Texas. 713-46P-FLAG. EVERY SUNDAY Bering Memorial United Methodist Church. Services at 8:30 & 10:50 am. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. 713-526-1017 Community Gospel. Service at 11 a.m. & 7 pm. Sunday School for children 10 am. 713-880-9235 or www.communitygospel.org. Covenant Church, Ecumenical, Liberal Baptist Service |9:30 a.m. & education hour 11 am. 713-668-8830. Emerson Unitarian Church. Adult education, 10 am. Service, 11 a.m. Lunch at noon, www.emersonhou.org. First Congregational Church {Memorial). Service at 10 am. Christian Education, 11:30 am. 713-468-9543 or fcc-houston.org. Frst Unrtarian Universalist Church Services at 9-30 & 1130 am Brunch at 10:30 am. 713-526-5200. churchftfirstuu.org. Free HIV Testing. Montrose Clinic. 9 p.m.-midnight at Club Inergy. 713-830-3000. Gay Catholics of St Anne's-Houstoa 5 pm. worship service. Dinner and social, alexcamftwt.net 713-623-0930. GLOBAL Gay Lesbian Or Bisexual Alliance. University of Houston GLBT student group meeting. 2 p.m. at the Houston Lesbian & Gay Community Center, 803 Hawthorne. 713-524-3818. www.uh.edu/-global. E-mail: global (5 bayou.uh.edu. Grace Lutheran Church Sunday school for all ages 9 a.m. Service 10:30 am. 713-528-3269. Houston Tennis Club. 9 am.-noon. Memorial Park at the Tennis Center, houstontennisclbjiaol.com Maranatha Fellowship Metropolitan Church. 10 a.m. service. 3333 Fannin, Suite 106.713-528-6756. Resurrection MCC. Services, 9 and 11 a.m. Children and Youth Sunday School, 10 am. Children's service, 11 am. 713-861-9149. St Stepten's Episcopal Church Holy Eucharist Rite I, |7:45 a.m.; Holy Eucharist, Rite II, 8:55 am.; Education hour, 10 am.; Choral Eucharist, 11 a.m. 713-528-6665. Sunday Brunch, For HIV-positive men. 11 am. Riva's, 1117 Missouri St Paul, 713-880-0690. e-mail: PoznBufffasaol.com. The Women's Group. Meeting and discussion. 10:45 am. 713-529-8571 Thoreau IJnitarian UniversaJist Congregation. Adult discussion, 9:45 am Service, 11 am. 281-277-8882. www.tuuc.org. Unitarian Fellowship of Galveston County. 502 Church SL Service, 1030 am. 409-765-8330. Unitarian Fellowship of Houston. Adult forum, 10 am. Service, 11 am, 713-686-5876. Houston Gay & Lesbian Community Center. Drop-in, 2-5 p.m. • Viewing party for the premier of "The Anna Nicote Smith Show" on E! $5 recommended donation. 8 p.m. • 803 Hawthorne. 713-524-3818. www.hlgcc.org. MONDAY, AUGUST 5 American Veterans for Equal Rights, Houston Chapter. Monthly meeting, first Monday of each month. 7 pm Houston Lesbian & Gay Community Center, 803 Hawthorne. E-mail: BK Sirva, AVERHoustar dyahoo.com or call 281-415-6876. EVERY MONDAY Free HIV Testing. Montrose Clinic. 8 p.m.-midnight Keys West 713-830-3000. Frost Eye Clinic Free eye exams for people with HIV. 713-830-3000. Gay Fathers/Fathers First Support group. 8-9:30 pm. Grace Lutheran Church. Tom, 713-726-8736. www.geocities.com/gaydadshouston/ Grief & Divorce Support Groups. 7 p.m Bering. 713-526-1017, ext 208. Kolbe Project Eucharist 7:30 p.m. 713-861-1800. Queer Voices Radio Show. 8-10 pm. KPFT 90.1. Houston Lesbian & Gay Community Center. Drop-in 6-9 pm. • 803 Hawthorne. 713-524-3818. www.hlgcc.org. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6 Houston Area Bears. Dineout at the 59 Diner. 7 p.m. 7B-867-9123.www.houstonareabears.com. Lesbian Health Initiative of Houston, Inc. Nonprofit organization working for lesbian health meets the first Tuesday of each month. 7 pm., 404 Westheimer. 713-603-0023. LH IhoustonOO. a aol.com EVERY TUESDAY Bering Support Network. Lunch Bunch Gang, 11 am. 713-526-1017. Free HIV Testing. Montrose Clinic. 8 p.m.-midnight Club Houston. 713-830-3000. Gay youth New program for young gay males, ages 18-29. 7 p.m. 614 Avondale. 713-533-9786. Helping Cross Dressers Anonymous Support group. 7 p.m. Houston Women's Rugby Team. No experience necessary. Practice, 630-8:30. Westland YMCA. Kay, 713-208-1529. Rainbow Ranglers. Free C&W dance lessons. Brazos River Bottom. No partner needed. Beginner 2 Step, Waltz, Shuffle & Swing. 8:30 p.m. 713-528-9192. Houston Lesbian & Gay Community Center. Drop-in 6-9 p.m. • Lesbian Coming Out Group, 7 p.m. * 803 Hawthorne. 713-524-3818. www.hlgcc.org. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7 Classic Chassis Car Club. Monthly meeting. The Cafe Express, 1422 West Gray. 713-797-8615. www.classicchassiscarclub.org. EVERY WEDNESDAY Bering Memorial United Methodist Church. Support Network Pot Luck Dinner, 6:30 pm. Various support groups, 7 p.m. 713-526-1017 Bible Study. Noon & 630 p.m. St. Stephen's Episcopal. 713-526-6665. Free HIV Testing, Thomas Street Clinic. 9 am.-l pm. 2015 Thomas St. OraSure method. Call for appointment. Sharon, 713-873-4157 Free HIV Testing. Montrose Clinic. 4-8 p.m. at Mary's; 9 pm.-midnight at Ripcord; 10 p.m.-l a.m. at EJ's; 10 p.m.- 1 am. at Midtowne Spa. 713-830-3000. Houston Pride Band. Open rehearsal. 1307 Yale. 713-528-4379. Houston Tennis Club. 7:00-9 p.m. Memorial Park at the Tennis Center, houstontennisclbftaol.com Lesbian Literature Discussion Group. 7 p.m. Meets every other Wednesday. 713-383-6738. Spiritual Uplift service. 7 p.m. Resurrection MCC. 713-861-9149. Houston Lesbian & Gay Community Center. Drop-in 6-9 pm. • Houston Black Lesbian, Gay, Transgender Coalition office hours 10 am.-noon • Free HIV testing, counseling, 6-9 pm«803 Hawthorne. 713-524-3818. www.hlgcc.org. THURSDAY, AUGUST 8 Lesbian & Gay Immigration Rights Task Force-Houstoa 8 pm. meeting. Chris, 713-426-3128. E-mail: lgjrtf-houstonfaegroups.com. EVERY THURSDAY BiNet Houston. Group for bisexuals; everyone welcome. 7:30 p.m. Hobbit Cafe, 2240 Portsmouth. www.flash.net/-bihouse. 713-467-4380. Community GospeL Service. 7:30 pm. 713-880-9235. www.communitygospel.org. Free HIV Testing, Montrose Clinic. 4-8 pm. at The Outpost; 8 pm.- midnight at Brazos River Bottom and Cousins; 10 p.m.-l am. at Toyz Disco. 713-830-3000. Free Art Classes. By Kermit Eisenhut for HIV+ individuals. 1-4 pm. Lunch provided. 713-523-9530. FrontRunners. Running club. 6:30 pm. 713-522-8021. Web site: http://home.swbell.net/larathon/houfr.htm. E-mail: larathonftswbell.net GLOBAL Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual Alliance at the University of Houston-Central Campus. Weekly meeting, 6 p.m. e-mail: nguyen0023fthotmail.com. Hep C Recovery. Support group. 630 p.m. Bering. 713-526-1017 Ext. 211. Houston Women's Rugby Team No experience necessary. Practice, 6:30-8:30. Westland YMCA. Kay, 713-208-1529. Lambda Skating Club. 8 pm. Tradewinds. Skating Rink. www.lambdaroll.org. 713-410-7215. Rainbow Ranglers. Free C&W dance lessons. No partner required. Brazos River Bottom. 830 p.m. 713-528-9192. Recovery From Food Addiction (RFA). Meeting for 12-step program open to all. Noon-1 p.m. St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 1805 W. Alabama St RFA: 713-673-2848. www.geocities.com/rfa77235/. E-mail: rfaworldserviceftaol.com. Spanish Charla Conversation Group. Cafe Agora, 7 pm. E-mail charlahoustonftmsn.com. 713-416-7203. Women's Clinic. Montrose Clinic. 713-830-3000. Houston Lesbian & Gay Community Center. Drop in 6-9 p.m. • Houston Black Lesbian, Gay, Transgender Coalition office hours 10 am.-noon • 803 Hawthorne. 713-524-3818. www.hlgcc.org. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 Houston Area Bears. Movie Night. "Signs," time to be announced. 713-867-9123. www.houstonareabears.com. Jump Start Group by Bering Support Network for GLBT people living with disabling conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, amputations and head trauma. Meets the second and fourth Friday of the month. 11 am. Facilitator: Ken McLeod. 713-526-1017, ext 208. EVERY FRIDAY Free HIV Testing. Montrose Clinic. 10 p.m.-2 am. at The Meatrack; 10 p.m.-l a.m. at EJ's and at Midtowne Spa. 713-830-3000. Free HIV Testing, Thomas Street Clinic. 9 a.m.-l p.m. 2015 Thomas St OraSure method Call for appointment. Sharon, 713-873-4157 Freelance Art Classes. By Kermit Eisenhut for HIV+ individuals. 9:30 am.-1230 pm. Light breakfast provided. 713-523-9530. Frost Eye Clinic Free eye exams for people with HIV. 713-830-3000. Govinda Yoga Club. Free yoga classes at 3115 West Loop South, No. 21. 713-439-0455. Houston Area Teen Coalition of Homosexuals (H AT.C.H.) Meeting. 713-942-7002. Houston Tennis Club. 7:00-9 p.m. Memorial Park at the Tennis Center. Houstontennisclub.org Kolbe Project Morning prayer, 10 am. 713-861-1800. Mishpachat Alizim. GLBT Jewish congregation. Sabbath services at 8 p.m. on the second Friday of each month at Baby Barnabys, 602 Fairview. Monthly study groups with Congregation Beth Israel, 5600 North Braeswood. Mishpachat Alizim. P.O. Box 980136, Houston, TX 77098. 866-841-9139, ext. 1834. Q-Patrol. Volunteers walk the streets to help prevent hate crimes. 9:30 pm. Convene at community center. 713-528-SAFE. E-mail; qpatrolincn aol.com Houston Lesbian & Gay Community Center. Drop-in 6-9 p.m. • 803 Hawthorne. 713-524-3818. www.hlgcc.org. VOLUNTEER/SELF-HELP Gay & Lesbian Help Line For gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. Staffed by volunteers of all ages. 6-11 p.m. Monday-Friday, 5-10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 888-340-GLBT. Gay & Lesbian Switchboard Houston. Volunteers offer a friendly ear to callers in need of information, nonjudgmen- tal support, crisis intervention and referral services, emergency shelter and advocacy services to crime survivors who may need someone to accompany them to a hospital for medical attention or assistance in filing a police report. 713-529-3211. Houston Lesbian & Gay Community Center. Volunteers perform a variety of critical tasks which include staffing the information desk during drop-in hours; helping with Center programming and events; working on community outreach efforts, fund-raising and publicity. Card players, writers and artists in particular are needed. 713-524-3818. Peer Listening Une. Youth only. Staffed by GLBT youth for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. 5-10 pm. Monday-Friday. 800-399-PEER. To list an event, call 713-529-8490, fax at 713-529-9531, or e-mail edrtor@ bwtstwivoicecom. Deadline is Monday at 5 p.m.
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