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Houston Voice, No. 817, June 21, 1996 - File 018. 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/6897.

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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 018
Transcript MediAlert by Al Kielwasser ON THE RECORD —"Entertainment Wire" (June 4) reports that Columbia Records (Sony Music) has released the soundtrack to "Stonewall," a new film that dramatizes "the events surrounding the traumatic and exhilarating birth of Gay Pride." According to a promotional statement: "Columbia Records is proud to release an album of the music of the era—a revelatory collection of songs demonstrating ihe interplay between a gay sensibility and 60's pop consciousness." "Stonewall" was directed by Nigel Finch who, writes Christine Vachon in the album's liner notes, "was seeing the fulfillment of a lifelong dream." Vachon, the film's producer, adds: "Nigel wanted to give the lesbian and gay community a sense of courage and history—and most importantly, of heroes. In 'Stonewall,' the characters fight back. Nigel said, 'It's a reminder that you have to fight for your rights—they are not given voluntarily!'" Carolyn Rothkin, of Columbia Records, noted: "Stonewall, the album and the film, is a celebration of the fight for individual liberty and dignity. ..." Contact: Masaaki Morita, Chair, Sony Corporation of America, One Sony Dr., Park Ridge, NJ 07656, lei. 201-930-1000, fax 201-358-4060; Carolyn Rothkin, Media/Promotions, Columbia Records, 212-833-4146; Sony Music Online, http:// www.music.sony.com/music/homepage/ index.html. ACCESS ABILITIES —Artists' Television Access (ATA) will host several events-of-interest during Pride Month in San Francisco. Two presentations (June 20—21) have been scheduled to coincide with "Dirty Bird 96: A Queercore Festival," and will feature video, music, film and talk. A (June 28) round-table discussion—"Sites of Resistance: Access Phreaks and On-Line Instigators"—will focus on "folks who are using new technologies and the Internet to form sites of resistance, organize for human rights in nontradilional ways, and bring the often inexpensive information superhighway to those considered outsid- Contact: ATA, 992 Valencia St., San Francisco, CA 94110, 415-824-3890, e- mail ata@sirius.com. NEWS & NOTES —As part of its new promo- tional pitch to the queer music market, Atlantic Records publishes "Stereo Type"—a free, four-page circular subtitled "The Atlantic Group's Gay & Lesbian Newsletter." The March/April issue (the newsletter's second) includes breezy tidbils on a range of products and personalities—from Melissa Etheridge's favorite albums to "the winner of our Bette Midler Valentine's Day Contest." Also mentioned: Francis Dunnery, "I Shol Andy Warhol," Michael Feinstein, 7 Year Bitch, Bel Canto, Randy Crawford, Fred Hersch. Contact: Stereo Type, Atlantic Records. 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10019; encourage your local, closeted music store U> distribute the newsletter. PEOPLE TOO —Lesbian and gay parenting is the subject of an 8-page article—and 12 color photographs—in "People" magazine ("Happy Families Are Not Alike." June 10). This feature story covers an intentional variety of family types and issues, in a effort to demonstrate that: "Growing up with gay parents can be a source of anxiety, and of loving pride, for their kids." The popular periodical reaches over 4 million readers each week— precisely the sort of media visibility that provokes nasty letters from homophobes Contact: Landon Y. Jones Jr., Managing Editor, "People," Time & Life Building, Rockefeller Center. New York, NY 10020, fax 212-522-0794, e-mail 74774.1513iScompuserve.com, http:// www pathfinder.com/people/. "Although connections are not always obvious, personal change is inseparable from social and political change." - "ZtwUet Neuter HOUSTON VOICE / JUNE 21. 1996 17 The Trading Post 11410 S. Post Oak 726-1963 •S "ill Tall.i *$t Prill •ElsaInula (nil All II .81) llraaa TV .$i.**«. Uajailkl ■Air CaniiHaaiaj g ___-_._ Until, - Friday 11am la mU.ljM Satirda** Ham - Ian THE ACTORS WORKSHOP presents W VOQS OJ J00 by: Scott Ross A drama about a famous gay film director in Hollywood during the 1940's. Final Perfomances: 8:00 p.m. June 21 and 22 $5.00 Discount With This Ad 1009 Chartres at Lamar (713) 236-1844 Don't Get Scared— Join us for a Great SEXpectations House Party: "Sex, Toys & Videotape" or "Love, Lust & Intimacy" Call AIDS Foundation Houston (713) 623-G79G
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