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Montrose Voice, No. 282, March 21, 1986 - File 028. 1986-03-21. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 4, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/5059/show/5057.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 282, March 21, 1986
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date March 21, 1986
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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 028
Transcript MARCH 21, 1966 / MONTROSE VOICE The Envelope Please By the staff of the Montrose Voice Many items appear m Soap out of commercial consideration Tis the weekend of the 34th Diana Awards presentation and Montrose isjust in a tizzy. All over the neighborhood gowns and tuxedos are being readied for this annual gala. Wonder who will win these tongue-in-cheek awards this year? We all win with the wonderful community work done by the Diana Foundation. Before heading off to the show, neighborhood restaurants, including The Driscoll St. Cafe and Cutters, are preparing wonderful dishes to start the evening After the show, Mary's is offering special drink prices to everyone holding a ticket stub, — a — Many of those preparing for the Diana's were seen this week over on Whitney at The Roman. Frank Teeter is entering his 25th year of doing business in Montrose. He opened the first men's hair salon in the neighborhood. Teeter is now joined by Gary Walters at the Whitney Street location. The building has been freshly painted and remodeled adding a new touch to the neighborhood as the stylists add new touches to their customers —a — Friday's on Pacific Street are still drawing capacity crowds, JR's new 3-in-1 Happy Hour is catching on big and one has to be seen at Heaven's Friday night after hours. Also along Pacific Street, lots of work is still being done to the Montrose Mining Company's patio The Mine will be celebrating its 9th Anniversary on March 27th, Easter weekend. Free Drinks 8-10pm. Don't miss it. _-□___ Last Saturday night, The Rock 'n Horse celebrated their grand opening in high style with lots of food, dancing and people. Congratulations to Norma, Kelly and the crew! __□__ The 611's 2nd Anniversary Party this past Thursday was just too-o-o much fun. The decorations and costumes were intriguing. Congratulations to ali thestaff and management. We're looking forward to many more years with you. — D — Rumor of the week. Is it true that Gary at the Ripcord admits moving vehicles if they have the proper identification? ______ That infamous Zoo Crew returns to the patio of Dirty Sally's this weekend with new zookeeper Cole. Normal customers are warned not to feed the animals, only the zookeeper. — D — The Bayou Landing is now opening eyes every morning with 50C well drinks. Now go tell your mama what the big boys eat. Heard the Landing has the oldest bartender in town. Someone who used to be called Dee but recently renamed Butch. (Honestly, we don't.make this stuff up.) The Wednesday, night show featuring Montana is free. That's right, there's never a cover at the Bayou Landing. Oh for the love of Muscles in Action. — □ — The Montrose Voice's own Bill O'Rourke is the "official, on-campus, non-sexual, state-certified" masseur at the Fitness Exchange. — D — This Sunday, The Ranch will host the Alabama Follies as a memorial to Jack Gilbert. No donations, no cover just a good time with old friends Miss Alabama. Tracy, Veronica Lake and Special Guest. The Quest Not an Impossible Dream < I 715 Fairview 521-27921 / / / / Montrose Soap Michael's will open in a few weeks. They will be "Uptown on Lower Westheimer," a combo cruise bar and restaurant. Can't wait. —o — Chutes "Mr. Almost Butch Contest" is this Sunday. And everybody and his mother seems to have donated prizes for the event. (And everybody and his mother may enter too.) — D — Chapultepec's "Sisters Special" runs from 12:30am to 9am daily. Bring your "sister" and get 2-for-1. — D — KJ's now has a shrimp tfbil on Sundays, starting 4pm. Delicious. — o — That newest women's bar, the Rock n Horse, now has country dancing night, where you'll now find Darlene (formerly of the Briar Patch) ___□__ Look for the ad in this issue of the Montrose Voice for The Parlour. There you'll find a coupon for a free drink. So clip it out and find your way to this Montrose landmark. — a — Cutters "Festive Hours" (i.e.. Happy Hours) are 3 to 7 daily with complimentry gourmet snacks. ___□__ Henry's One Hour Photo Processing is now open at 428'/? Westheimer. Bear, formerly of Texas Art Supply, is running the place. He guarantees the best quality possible for your photo developing and enlarging (including those confidential photos that you may not feel comfortablesendingtothe drug store). Always fresh chemicals, quality Kodak paper, fine tuned equipment, fair prices. • Unique Selection • Free Membership • No Deposit For Members and... 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