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Monthly Archives: July 2009

I Hear the Birds Singing

I Hear the Birds Singing

When I sat down to write my Hurricane Ike story, I discovered I can't tell it with a coherent beginning, middle, and end. Some things, both good and bad, stuck in my mind and othe ...

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Marching Onward

Marching Onward

Cleve Jones wants to recruit you. Instrumental in the making of Gus Van Sant's multiple Oscar-winning film Milk (and depicted in said film by Emile Hirsch), the Indiana-born Jones ...

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Yearning to Breathe Free

Yearning to Breathe Free

Roland listened helplessly as his partner Joseph called—frantic and crying—from the airport. Joseph, a Canadian citizen, was flying home to Houston after visiting family when immi ...

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The Other Concern

The Other Concern

According to the National Cancer Institute, prostate cancer is second only to nonmelanoma skin cancer in number of cases diagnosed each year. The risk significantly increases with ...

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Swan Song

Swan Song

Actor Charles Swan, a star of the upcoming musical The Andrews Brothers at Stages, just finished two years as an openly gay teacher of theater arts at South Houston High. “I'm an ...

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One Day, So Many Galleries!

One Day, So Many Galleries!

Wade Wilson is pretty excited about the opening he's planning for his gallery for the 30th annual ArtHouston gallery hop on July 11. ...

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The Queen of the Quip

The Queen of the Quip

Comedian Joan Rivers, who turned 76 last month, has been considered a gay icon since the '60s. Did I say "comedian"? I forgot to mention: Emmy winner; Grammy, Tony, and Drama Desk ...

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Sounds Good

Sounds Good

It's only been a few years since Dying to Say This to You, the second domestically released album by Swedish new-wave phenomena The Sounds was released, but it probably seems like ...

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Depeche Mode: The Dark Progression

Depeche Mode: The Dark Progression

This unauthorized (that means it's juicy) look at the three-decade career of the most successful electronic band in the world features rare performances, interviews with band memb ...

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Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace and Music

Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace and Music

This four-hour journey back to the seminal '60s concert event features some of the greatest rock 'n' roll moments of all time, like Jimi Hendrix' dawn-busting rendition of “The St ...

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