On behalf of the current and emeritus hosts of Bunnies on the Bayou 31, I’d like to thank OutSmart magazine for once again taking a leadership role and being a major sponsor of our record-setting 2010 event. The Houston LGBT community continues to amaze us by supporting this special fundraising party.
Because of businesses like OutSmart, Silver Eagle/Bud Light, Macy’s, West Houston Audi, P*Jai’s Fashion for Modern Men, Douthit Design, and others, BOTB 31 was able to donate more money than we ever have. More than $60,000 was shared by 12 local LGBT charities.
Recipients this year were AIDS Foundation Houston, ICOH, Bering Omega Community Services, Colt 45’s, Lazarus House, Center for AIDS, Lesbian Health Initiative, Bayou City Performing Arts, Pet Patrol, Montrose Counseling Center, PFLAG, and the Osito Foundation.
Thanks again, OutSmart, for your continued support of Bunnies and the charities that benefit from us being on the same team! See you next Easter—Sunday, April 24, 2011.
President, Bunnies on the Bayou 31
Thank you so much for your always informative articles. I read OutSmart every month, and I especially enjoy your celebrity interviews—most recently with Mario Cantone [“Don’t Tell Mama” by Blase DiStefano, May]. I start laughing to myself when I think of it! It’s a credit to your magazine that you can speak one-on-one with so many of the stars. Keep up the great work!
In “Palm Springs Awakening” [May], the article stated the Triangle Inn is not a clothing optional resort. Triangle Inn is clothing optional.
In a caption accompanying “Unequal + Unhinged = ‘Uncivil Unions’” [May], the actors’ names were identified as appearing clockwise, instead of counter-clockwise.
A news brief about Barbara Hartle’s appointment as Chief Presiding Judge [“Barbara Hartle Nominated to Head Houston’s Municipal Courts”] referred readers to a February 2009 story about Judge Hartle. It actually appeared in OutSmart’s March 2009 issue.
OutSmart regrets these errors.