Wednesday , 23 April 2014

Monthly Archives: March 2004

Queer Sundance Part Two

Queer Sundance Part Two

Aaron (Steve Sandvoss, pictured left) is a Mormon missionary who is sweet, kind, naive, and sexually confused. Christian (Wes Ramsey, right) is a pretty party boy who is sweet (wi ...

Read More »
Calendar: March 2004

Calendar: March 2004

CALENDAR MARCH 2004 Daily (Mon.–Fri.) HIV Testing. HCHD Thomas Street Clinic is offering HIV testing free to the public, 9 am–1 pm. There is no need to establish eligibility ("gol ...

Read More »
OutLoud: Homeward Bound

OutLoud: Homeward Bound

Thirty years ago I was young and wild, and so were my ovaries. One sassy egg, not yet adjusted to my new lesbian identity, sent out its biological call. “Woo hoo! IUD’s gone. Let’ ...

Read More »
ReadOut Shorts: March 2004

ReadOut Shorts: March 2004

Mommy’s Little Girl starts with Bright’s then eight-year-old daughter Aretha coming home from school, and eyes narrowed, hands on hips, demanding, “What is your job, Mom?” It was ...

Read More »
Give Him a Break?

Give Him a Break?

John Stossel is co-anchor with Barbara Walters on ABC’s 20/20. The 56-year-old married journalist spoke to OutSmart before he attended a February speaking engagement in Houston, h ...

Read More »
GrooveOut Shorts: March 2004

GrooveOut Shorts: March 2004

Yes, that’s her playing the piano. Not tickling the ivories, mind you—that’s her that you hear shredding away at every note. Alicia Keys is a prodigy. Her voice carries with it a ...

Read More »
GrooveOut 2: March 2004

GrooveOut 2: March 2004

Angel with an Attitude: Nini Camps by Olivia Flores Alvarez Chances are you’ve already heard Nini Camps. If you’re a fan of MTV’s Real World, the WB’s Felicity, or (shame on you!) ...

Read More »
GrooveOut: March 2004

GrooveOut: March 2004

At the time that I interviewed Janis Ian, in early February, her live CD, Working Without a Net, was number seven on the Outvoice top 40 album chart of LGBT music. Her previous st ...

Read More »
Out in the Arts: March 2004

Out in the Arts: March 2004

Understandably excited and anxious over his March 4 Houston Grand Opera world premiere End of the Affair, openly gay composer Jake Heggie points out that he would much rather be i ...

Read More »
Relative-ly Speaking

Relative-ly Speaking

If you haven’t yet seen it, you should consider tuning into the ABC sitcom It’s All Relative. Charged with “redefining the concept of the modern family in prime time,” the produce ...

Read More »
scroll to top
Share with your friends









Submit