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Houston Voice, No. 817, June 21, 1996 - File 004. 1996-06-21. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 9, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/6917/show/6883.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 817, June 21, 1996
Contributor
  • Bell, Deborah Moncrief
Publisher Window Media
Date June 21, 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 004
Transcript Community Organizations bulletin Beard Stone Soup MacGregor Medical Association has presented Stone Soup, an HIV/AIDS food pantry, with a donation of non-perishable necessity items. Bins for collecting goods such as paper towels, diapers, toilet paper, tissue and detergents were placed in the waiting room area of each MacGregor facility. Both patients and staff contributed 10 the collection. Taking care of Houstonians since 1953, the MacGregor Medical Association is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and is the exclusive contracted provider for Prudential HealthCare HMO. Three Plays Three new plays by three women will be presented Friday, Saturday and Sundays through July 7th at the Chapult- epec Restaurant, 8813 Richmond. The short plays have been termed outrageous, outlandish and out of the ordinary and include Transmigration of Existence by Elizabeth Gilbert, Casket Letters by Holly Hildebrand and A Little Lite Larceny Part II by Diana Weeks. Friday and Saturdays June 21 to July 6th curtain time is 8:00 p.m. and Sundays June 23 and July 7 performances will be at 3:00 p.m. Dallas Singers r-^_x^^^ The Turtle Creek Chorale. Dallas' world renowned 200 member male chorus, has announced the 1996-97 concert season entitled "Old Friends" focusing on nostalgia, comfortable things and familiar faces. While moving ahead, the chorale will look back at old fiends with revivals of some classics and audience favorites. No specifics for Houston appearances were available but the chorale did announce that a selected group will be performing Kris Anthony's "When We No Longer Touch" in Washington DC at the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt display in October. Current Issues Barnes and Noble (Westheimer at Voss) will be hosting a discussion of current gay and lesbian issues at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday June 26 with Shelly Potter of the Human Rights Campaign, Eric Roland of Outsmart Magazine and Steve Nettles of the Montrose Clinic. Legal and political issues such as the recent Supreme Court ruling on Colorado's Proposition 2 will be led by Ms. Porter, Mr. Roland will lead a discussion on the role of media and contemporary gay literature and Mr. Nettles will discuss local services and opportunities. A time for questions and answers will follow. For more information please telephone 783-6016. Houston Area NOW The Houston Area NOW Chapter will be delegation number 66 in this year's Lesbian & Gay Pride Parade. Al! NOW members are asked to join them at the lineup site. This is Ihe first lime since 1992 that the group has marched in the Parade. For more information call the HANOW Hotline al 665-8NOW. Symphony Nights with Stein HOUSTON—Continuing a tradition begun in 1940, the Houston Symphony offers its 56th season of free concerts, known this year as the Houston Chronicle Summer Symphony Nights , for the public at Miller Outdoor Theatre beginning Friday, June 21, with additional concerts Friday, June 28, Saturday June 29, Thursday, July 4, and Saturday, July 6. Guesl soloists appearing with the orchestra in these concerts are violinists Hilary Hahn and Eric Halen, cellist Sophie Shao, and pianists Angela Cheng and Scott Holshouser. Each of the free concerts begins at 8:30 p.m. at Miller Outdoor Theatre, 100 Concert Dr. in Hermann Park. A Joyous Overture on June 21 starts off Ihe series with Stephen Stein conducting. Stein's many appearances in Houslon date to summer 1991, when he led the orchestra in Sounds Like Fun! performances al Miller Outdoor Theatre. Since his appointment in 1992 as conductor- in-residence, he has conducted on virtually every series—including the Classical Season, Exxon Pops, and Woodland Pavilion concerts. To his ever- expanding schedule of North American guest conducting appearances, he added his international debut in January 1996 with two weeks of concerts with the Israel Chamber Orchestra. African-American conductor Isaiah Jackson, who made his debut with the Houston Symphony in 1995 will conduct Parisian Nights on Friday, June 28. Jackson makes his second appearance with the orchestra in a concert showcasing the talents of the second prize winner of the 1996 Housion Symphony Ima Hogg National Young Artists Com petition, cellist Sophie Shao. Jupiter and Stars on June 29 brings Stephen Stein back to the podium, in concert with soloist Eric Halen in the Prokofiev Violin Concerto No.2 American composer Aaron Copeland's Music for the Theatre and Mozart's Symphony No.41, Jupiter , are ihe orchestral selections. Spirit of America on Thursday, July 4 brings out all the picnics, flags, and fireworks which along with the Houslon Symphony concert have become a Fourth of July tradition for thousands of Houstonians. This year, Stephen Stein leads the orchestra and pianist Scott Holshouser in music that captures the spirit of America. Beginning with The Star- Spangled Banner . Stephen Stein continues with Aaron Copeland's Fanfare for the Common Man and four dances from Rodeo : George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue , featuring Scott Holshouser at the keyboard: music of George M. Cohan and Duke Ellington: Anderson's Bugler's Holiday ; an audience sing-along of Texas songs; Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture , and Sousa's the Stars and Stripes Forever March . Admission to Miller Outdoor Theatre is free. Tickets for the covered seating area are available at the Theatre's box office between 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. the day of the performance. For information call 713/520- 3290. The Houston Symphony's performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are sponsored in part by the City of Houston through the City of Houston Parks and Recreation Department and the Miller Theatre Advisory Board, Inc. UPPER DECK Hotel Sunday - Thursday S49.50-UX per night for 2 Weekend Special 2 nights - 2 people $125-ui Suites Available Up to 4 peopli #<**• Open at taU ttppvi "Decki: Crews Quarters Bar 1st Gay Bar on South Padre Island! 120 E. Atol Street P.O. Box 2309 South Padre Island, Texas 78597 (210) 761-5953 FAX (210) 761-4288 We accept Visa/MasterCard Write or call for a brochure. HOUSTON VOICE/ JUNE 21, 1996 3 When you need healthy solutions for: Depression and anxiety ■ Dysfunctional family/ incest • AIDS related concerns • Relationship issues/ shame • Compulsive unsafe sexual behavior • Stan Tubbs.Jr., LMSW-A-CP 713.526.8802 Image... until they get to know you, it's what's on the surface that counts. With that, do you want your image quickly splashed on paper? 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