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Houston Area Events in September

Compiled by Nancy Ford

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Storm Stories
Plays commemorate Hurricane Ike’s second anniversary

It was a dark and stormy night—actually, among the darkest and stormiest nights ever recorded on the Gulf Coast. Remembering those inclement, terrifying weeks that were Hurricane Ike, Thunderclap Productions presents The Great Storm, 10 new short plays—some comedies, some dramas—revealing backstories commemorating the two-year anniversary of the storm.

Aron Alon, author of the title piece and co-founder of Thunderclap Productions, which is presenting the plays, calls residents of Galveston “a community of survivors.”

“The common thread through most of the plays is the question of how all these various individuals—rather successfully or not—will survive and redefine themselves in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike,” the playwright says.

Different directors and casts for nearly every play convey “the individuality and uniqueness of each piece and the different stories that we’re trying to tell,” says playwright Eric James, one of Thunderclap Productions’ co-founder. James is the author of Night 4, one of the plays in the production and the only one that is cast and written with two openly gay characters.

“With nothing else to do in the aftermath of a hurricane, a gay couple is forced to examine their relationship and themselves,” James explains his play. “Was the force of the hurricane enough to break down more than just physical barriers?”

James’ short play, Into the Storm, is also on The Great Storm’s roster. Works by playwrights and Thunderclap Productions co-founders Leighza Walker and Peter Wittenberg Jr. complete the program.

Obsidian Art Space, 3522 White Oak Dr. Sept. 9–11, 16–18. Tickets are pay-what-you-can, with a suggested ticket price of $15. Adult language and situations. —Nancy Ford

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Hubble 3D. Leonardo DiCaprio narrates the documentary including never-before-seen 3D flights through the Hubble Space Telescope. Houston Museum of Natural Science, 5555 Hermann Park Dr. • • 713/639-4629.

Oil and A Satisfied Mind. Two films by Amy Patton, plus a sculpture installation. Thru Nov. 13. Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston’s Fine Arts Building, entrance 16 off Cullen Blvd. • • 713/743-9971.


3rd Annual Houston Fringe Festival, presented by Freneticore. Through Sept. 11. 7:30pm. Frenetic Theater, 5102 Navigation Blvd. • • 832/426-4624.

Index for the Molecular Inevitable, Melanie Jamison’s experimental music. Through Sept. 18. Gallery 1724, 1724 Bissonnet St. • 713/582-1198.

A Behanding in Spokane, Martin McDonagh’s volatile, outrageous comedy. Through Sept. 26. Alley Theatre, 615 Texas Ave. • • 713/220-5700.

The Marvelous Wonderettes, a musical recalls do-wop hits of the 1950s and ‘60s. Through Oct. 17. Stages Repertory Theatre, 3201 Allen Pkwy. • • 713/527-0123.

You’ll Never Forget the End of the World, a “radio” comedy about the very Reverend Jiffy Dillard, a TV evangelist whose Houston-based church was formerly a football stadium. Sept. 2–Nov. 20. Radio Music Theatre, 2623 Colquitt St. • • 713/522-7722.

Broadway Rocks! Michael Krajewski conducts the Houston Symphony and in a show featuring Gay Men’s Chorus of Houston. Sept. 3–5. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana St. • • 713/224-7575.

Laura, Vera Caspary and George Sklar’s mystery about a Manhattan beauty. Sept. 3–25. Theatre Southwest, 8944-A Clarkcrest Dr. • • 713/661-9505.

Brandenburg in the Park, four of Bach’s Brandenburg concertos, presented by Mercury Baroque. Sept. 4, 8pm. Miller Outdoor Theater in Hermann Park, 100 Concert Dr. • • 832/251-0706.

Bollywood Blast. Sept. 5, 8pm. Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park, 100 Concert Dr. • • 281/373-3386.

Michael Bolton. Randall Craig Fleischer conducts the pop star with the Houston Symphony. Sept. 8, 7:30pm. Houston Symphony. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana St. • • 713/224-7575.

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Bayou City Concert Musicals presents the 1920s musical. Sept. 9–12. Houston Community College’s Heinen Theatre, 3517 Austin St. • • 713/465-6484.

The Great Storm, a series of short plays about Hurricane Ike, presented by Thunderclap Productions. Sept. 9–18. Obsidian Art Space, 3522 White Oak Dr. • (See above article for more info.)

Body, Soul, and Gershwin, a diverse menu of contemporary ballet. Houston Ballet. Sept. 9-19. Wortham Center’s Brown Theater, 501 Texas Ave. • • 713/227-2787.

The Doctor’s Dilemma
, George Bernard Shaw’s prescient play about end-of-life decisions. Sept. 9–Oct. 3. Main Street Theater–Rice Village, 2540 Times Blvd. • • 713/524-6706.

Fall for Dominic Walsh Dance features The Firebird. Sept. 10–11, 8pm. Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park, 100 Concert Dr. • • 281/373-3386.

Proof, a drama about math and family relations. Sept. 10–Oct. 3. Stage Door Inc., 284 Pasadena Town Square in Pasadena • • 832/582-7606.

Ballet Folklorico: Revolución Mexicana. Sept. 11, 11am, Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park, 100 Concert Dr. • • 281/373-3386.

Opening Night: A Vienna Soirée. Hans Graf conducts the Houston Symphony, new concertmaster Frank Huang, and violist Wayne Brooks in a program of Mozart and Strauss. Opening night gala dinner follows at Bank of America, 700 Louisiana St. Sept. 11, 7:30pm. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana St. • • 713/224-7575.

Galveston Flash Mob. Volunteers are needed to commemorate in dance the two-year anniversary of Hurricane Ike. Sept. 12. [email protected]

Fiesta Sinfónica Familiar. Brett Mitchell conducts the Houston Symphony. Sept. 12, 6pm. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana St. • • 713/224-7575.

El Grito-Festival de la Independencia features Ramon Ayala y los Bravos del Norte, Ballet Folklorico Mexico en Danza, others. Sept. 15, 6pm. Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park, 100 Concert Dr. • • 281/373-3386.

Auntie Mame reminds us that life is a banquet. Sept. 15–Oct. 10. Stages Repertory Theatre, 3201 Allen Pkwy. • • 713/527-0123.

Media Archeology 2010: Texas Focus highlights media artists working in light, video, and film from around Texas. Sept. 16–18. Presented by Aurora Picture Show at various venues • • 713/868.2101.

Bronfman’s Tchaikovsky 1. Hans Graf conducts the Houston Symphony and pianist Yefim Bronfman in a program that also includes Stravinsky: Suite from The Song of the Nightingale and Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 1. Sept. 16–19. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana St. • • 713/224-7575.

Jai Ho: Journey Home World Tour. Academy Award-winner AR Rahman blends elements of Sufi mysticism, traditional folk, reggae, jazz, and rock with new technologies. Sept. 17, 8:30pm. Toyota Center, 1510 Polk St. • • 281/235-4711.

14th Annual Grand Taiko Festival drumming concert. Sept. 17–18, 7:30pm. Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park, 100 Concert Dr. • • 281/373-3386.

Anna Bella Eema. Catastrophic Theatre presents Lisa D’Amour’s musical ghost story for three bodies with three voices. Sept. 17–Oct. 2, 8pm. Barnevelder Movement Arts Complex, 2201 Preston St. • • 713/522-2723.

Sylvia, A. R. Gurney’s doggie comedy. Sept. 17–Oct. 2. The Country Playhouse, 12802 Queensbury Ln. • • 713/467-4497.

Barefoot in the Park, the comedy about newlywed romance. Sept. 17–Oct. 9. ETC/East-End Theater Co., 2001 Postoffice St. in Galveston • • 409/762-3556.

The Philadelphia Story. Philip Barry’s comedy marks the theater’s 50th anniversary. Sept. 17–Oct. 16. Theatre Suburbia, 4106 Way Out West Dr. • • 713/682-3525.

The Waiting Room, Samm-Art Williams’ comedy set in a hospital. Sept. 18–Oct. 17. Ensemble Theatre, 3535 Main St. • • 713/520-0055.

Anthony Bourdain: Up Close and Confidential with the chef. Sept. 20, 8pm. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana St. • • 713/227-4SPA.

Tales of Hoffmann. Jacques Offenbach’s operatic study of three women. Sept. 23–Oct. 2, 7:30pm. Opera in the Heights, 1703 Heights Blvd. • • 713/861-5303.

Jewels, George Balanchine’s gemmy ballet in three parts, presented by Houston Ballet. Sept. 23–Oct. 3. Wortham Center’s Brown Theater, 501 Texas Ave. • • 713/227-2787.

Romeo & Juliet. Two productions presented by Phoenix Inc. Theatre Company. Sept. 23–Oct. 3. Frenetic Theater, 5102 Navigation Blvd. • • 832/426-4624.

Sleuth, Anthony Schaffer’s ultimate game of psychological cat-and-mouse. Sept. 23–Oct. 17. Texas Repertory Theatre Co., 14243 Stuebner Airline Rd. • • 281/583-7573.

6th Annual Weekend of Texas Contemporary Dance features 10 Texas-based choreographers and dance companies. Presented by Dance Source Houston. Sept. 24–25. Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park, 100 Concert Dr. • • 713/373-3386.

Wagner’s “Ring” Without Words: An Orchestral Adventure. Hand Graf conducts the Houston Symphony. Sept. 24–26, 8pm. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana St. • • 713/224-7575.

Jordi Savall–The Route to the New World: Spain to Mexico, presented by Da Camera of Houston and Houston Early Music. Oct. 2, 7:30pm. Wortham Theater Center’s Cullen Theater, 500 Texas Ave. • 713/524-5050 •

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Animation, a 6,000-square-foot interactive exhibit of Cartoon Network characters and more. Through Sept. 6. The Health Museum, 1515 Hermann Dr. • • 713/ 521-1515.

Swing, Jive and Pop! into Dance, produced by Houston Metropolitan Dance Company. Sept. 14, 11am. Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park, 100 Concert Dr. • • 281/373-3386.

Dance Around the World, produced by Dance Source Houston. Sept. 25, 11am. Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park, 100 Concert Dr. • • 281/373-3386.

The Magic Flute, Mozart’s classic opera, now set inside a video game. Sept. 27–Oct. 1, 11am. Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park, 100 Concert Dr. • • 281/373-3386.

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After Hours: Queer Radio with Attitude features the QMZ (Queer Music Zone) with Jimmy Carper. Sunday mornings, 1–4 am. KPFT 90.1 FM. • 713/526-5738.

Queer Voices. Features, news, music, interviews, reviews, and commentary. Monday nights, 9–11 pm. KPFT 90.1 FM. • 713/526-4000.

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Monthly Watermedia Show, juried by Prof. James Busby. Through Sept. 9. Watercolor Art Society-Houston, 1601 W. Alabama St. • • 713/942-9966.

Forgotten Gateway: Coming to America through Galveston Island chronicles immigration through the Port of Galveston. Through Sept. 11. Moody Gardens, One Hope Blvd. in Galveston • • 800/582-4673.

Celebrating Cowboy Culture: the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art program. Through Sept. 12. Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 5601 Main St. • • 713/639-7300, 713/639-7379 (Spanish).

Katsura: Picturing Modernism in Japanese Architecture. Photographs by Ishimoto Yasuhiro. Through Sept. 12. Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 1001 Bissonnet St. •  • 713-639-7300.

Summer City. New works by Will Bryant and Rand Renfro explore the struggle between good and evil. Through Sept. 16. Domy Books, 1709 Westheimer Rd. • • 713/523-3669.

Craig W. Jensen: Master of Fine Edition Binding. Sept. 18. Museum of Printing History, 1324 W. Clay St. • • 713/522-4652.

Knitted Nudes. Matthew Glover explores the idea of femininity. Through Sept. 18. Gallery 1724, 1724 Bissonnet St. • 713/582-1198.

Dolls Now. Art dolls crafted from clay, wood, and fiber. Through Sept. 19. Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, 4848 Main St. • • 713/529-4848.

Me. My. Self. Eye. Modern and contemporary self-portraits from the MFAH Department of Prints and Drawings. Through Sept. 19. Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 1001 Bissonnet St. •  • 713-639-7300.

Bernar Venet exhibition. Eight cor-ten steel towers dot Hermann Park. Through Sept. 30. Golf Course Dr. • • 713/524-5876.

Dixie Friend Gay: Mural Studies 1998–2009. Through Oct. 3. Galveston Arts Center, 2501 Market St. • 409/763-2403 •

High Fiber and Raw Materials. Works in fiber, clay, wood, and other natural materials. Through Oct. 7. Arts Alliance Center at Clear Lake, 2000 Nasa Parkway, Nassau Bay • • 281/335-7777.

Dance with Camera. Works by dancers who make choreography for a camera. Through Oct. 17. Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 5216 Montrose Blvd. • • 713/284-8250.

Objects of Devotion explores the role of art in religious practices. Through Oct. 31; curators’ discussion with Kristina Van Dyke and Linda Neagley, Oct. 12, 7:30pm. Menil Collection, 1515 Sul Ross St. • • 713/525-9400.

Gabriel Kuri: Nobody needs to know the price of your Saab.Through Nov. 13. Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston’s Fine Arts Building, entrance 16 off Cullen Blvd. • • 713/743-9971.

Greetings from Houston: Vintage Postcard Views of the City. Through Nov. 14. Heritage Society Museum, 1100 Bagby St. • • 713/655-1912.

Secrets of the Silk Road. Mummies from the Chinese desert. Through Jan. 2. Houston Museum of Natural Science, One Herman Circle Dr. • • 713/639-4629.

Form Follows Function: Celebrating 10 Years of the American Institute of Architects Design Collection. Through Jan. 30. Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 1001 Bissonnet St. • • 713-639-7300.

Everything Has Its Place. Photography by 17 University of Houston students. Through March. City Hall, 901 Bagby St. •

Dante Marioni: Recent Glass Works. Sept. 1–Oct. 2; reception, Sept. 10, 6pm. Wade Wilson Art, 4411 Montrose, Suite 200 • • 713/521.2977.

Cockroach Poems. Works by Joe Havel. Sept. 2–Oct. 15. Art League Houston, 1953 Montrose Blvd. • • 713/523-9530.

Cookie Wells: Aqua Media. Sept. 3–30. Archway Gallery, 2305 Dunlavy St. • • 713/522-2409.

Second Saturday Open Studios. Sept. 11. Winter Street Studios, 2101 Winter St. • • 713/862-0082.

Museum District Day. Take a shuttle bus to experience Buffalo Soldiers National Museum, Byzantine Fresco Chapel Museum, Children’s Museum of Houston, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Czech Center Museum Houston, The Health Museum, Houston Center for Photography, Houston Museum of Natural Science, The John C. Freeman Weather Museum, The Jung Center, Lawndale Art Center, The Menil Collection, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Rice University Art Gallery, and Rothko Chapel. Free. Sept. 25, 10am–5pm • • 713/790-1939.

Art for Life raises funds for cancer research. Presented by Advita Fund USA and Texas Children’s Hospital. Sept. 25, 6pm. Gremillion & Co. Fine Arts Gallery, 2501 Sunset Blvd. •

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SEPT. 9-11

Simon Fashion Now. Saks Fifth Avenue, 7 For All Mankind, Apricot Lane Boutique, Banana Republic, Betsey Johnson, Club Monaco, Kate Spade, Metropark, Miss Sixty, Salvatore Ferragamo and Steve Madden, and other retailers participate in the show of fall fashion and trends. Polar Ice, The Galleria, 5085 Westheimer Rd. •

SEPT. 11

2nd Annual Historic Galveston Rebirth Revival Race includes 5K and 10K routes, and a 1K Kids’ Run. Begins at the Mardi Gras arch in the Strand District. Presented by Galveston Historical Foundation • • 409/765-7834.

SEPT. 14

Best Cellars Celebrity Dinner features a four-course meal prepared by guest chefs Robert Del Grande and Dean Fearing, with entertainment by their band, The Barbwires. 7pm. River Oaks Country Club, 1600 River Oaks Blvd. Benefits University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center • bestcellarsdinners

.com • 615/256-2002.

SEPT. 25

Grand Opening of Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens’ Lora Jean Kilroy Visitor and Education Center, an 18-acre urban park. 1pm. 6003 Memorial Dr. •

Transformative Encounters with the Rothko Chapel, with speakers Helen Winkler Fosdick, Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, and Christopher Rothko. 3pm. Rothko Chapel, 1409 Sul Ross St. • • 713/524-9839.


Weekly (Sundays)

The Women’s Group, a feminist group for all women. 10:15am. First Unitarian Universalist Churchís Sojourner Truth Room, 5200 Fannin St. • 713/529-8571.

Urban Harvest Farmers Market, presented by Central City Co-op. Noon–4pm. Discovery Green, 1500 McKinney St. • • 713/400-7336.

Weekly (Sun., Wed., Sat.)

Love and Rackets. Houston Tennis Club welcomes players and enthusiasts of all skill levels. Sundays, 9am–noon; Wednesdays, 7:30–9pm; clinics, every Saturday 9–10:30am. Memorial Park Tennis Center, 1500 Memorial Loop. Annual membership, $30; court fees, $3 per session.

Weekly (Mondays)

TG Support Group. Helping TransGenders Anonymous is a facilitated support group for all transgenders, supporters, family, and significant others. 7–9pm. 604 Pacific St. •

Fathers First. Houston’s original gay fathers group supports gay dads who are dealing with coming-out issues and family challenges of life after being married to a woman. First three Mondays of each month, 7:30–9pm. Bering Memorial United Methodist Church, 1440 Harold St., room 230 • fathersfirstof

Gay Dads’ Support Group helps gay men who are or were previously married to a woman and who had children within that relationship. 7:30–9pm. Grace Lutheran Church’s parlor, 2515 Waugh Dr. • 281/608-8134.

Weekly (Thursdays)

Center HIV Support Group. Facilitated support group for HIV-positive individuals. 6pm. Houston GLBT Community Center, 3400 Montrose Blvd., Suite 207 • • 713/524-3818.

GLBT-Friendly Depression & Bipolar Support Group. 7:15–8:30pm. Eclessia Church, 2015 Taft St, 7pm. Free. 713/526-1018.

Weekly (Saturdays)

Recycling Saturdays. Bring your glass, paper, plastic, and aluminum. 10am–2pm. Discovery Green, 1500 McKinney St. • • 713/400-7336.


Monthly (1st Sun.)

Free Legal Consultations for PWAs. AIDS Foundation Houston and Katine & Nechman L.L.P. offer 30 minutes of free legal consultation on any legal issue to persons with HIV and AIDS, by appointment. Katine & Nechman, 1111 North Loop West, Suite 180 • • 713/808-1000.

Monthly (1st Mon.)

Center Coming Out Group. Facilitated support group for lgbt individuals at any stage of the coming-out process. 7pm. Houston GLBT Community Center, 3400 Montrose Blvd., Suite 207 • • 713/524-3818.

Monthly (1st Fri.)

First Friday Happy Hour. Northwest Corner, a social and civic GLBT organization for Houstonians living northwest of Loop 610, meets. Time and location TBA.

Monthly (1st Sat.)

First Saturday Arts Market. Local artists display and sell original works of art, and local musicians entertain. 6–10pm. Free. Wind Water Gallery, 548 W. 19th •

Monthly (2nd Tues.)

Center Dinner Night, hosted by the Houston GLBT Community Center. Diners pay for their own meals. 6:30pm. One’s A Meal, 812 Westheimer Rd. • • 713/524-3818.

Monthly (2nd Sat.)

AssistHers helps lesbians coping with life-threatening illnesses by providing non-medical assistance. Volunteers meet for fellowship and education followed by lunch at a local restaurant. 9:30am–noon. Bering Memorial United Methodist Church, 1440 Harold St. • • 713/521-4628.

Monthly (3rd Sun.)

LOAF Meet and Greet. Lesbians Over Age Fifty meet for munchies and fellowship; bring some of both. 2pm. 1034 W. 17th.

Monthly (3rd Tues.)

Center Seniors & Friends Potluck, organized by the Houston GLBT Community Center at Bethel Church UCC, 1107 Shepherd Dr. • • 713/524-3818.

Monthly (3rd Wed.)

Bingo with the Divas, hosted by An’ Marie Gill & Jessica Van Shelton. 8–10pm. Benefits Bering Omega Foundation. Tony’s Corner Pocket, 817 W. Dallas St.

Monthly (3rd Thurs.)

Share with PFLAG Houston in a safe, confidential setting. 7:30pm. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church’s Chatham Room, 1805 Alabama St. •

Monthly (4th Sun.)

Share with the Clear Lake satellite of PFLAG Houston in a safe, confidential setting. 2–4pm. Bay Area Unitarian Universalist Church Fellowship Hall, 17503 El Camino Real, Clear Lake •

Monthly (4th Wed.)

Lesbian Dinner Group. Single and coupled women come for a meal but stay for the camaraderie. 7:30pm. Cafe Express, 1422 W. Gray St. • [email protected]

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Oct. 2 (Sat.)

Sugar Land ARTernative Festival features performances and workshops offered by Inprint, Dance Houston, Mildred’s Umbrella Theater Company, Bobbindoctrin Puppet Theater, Dominic Walsh Dance Theater, Psophonia Dance Company, Suchu Dance, Anjali Center for the Performing Arts, Main Street Theater, Aurora Picture Show, plus booths, food, more. 4–8pm. Sugar Land Town Square Plaza •

Oct. 8 (Fri.)

Autumn Follies Gala features Fiddler on the Loopwith cameo appearances by Mayor Annise Parker, sports broadcaster Jeff Van Gundy, KHOU’s Len Cannon, Judge Jan Krocker, Sarah Gish of Gish Creative, PBS Houston’s Ernie Manouse, and others. 6:30pm. Main Street Theater–Chelsea Market, 4617 Montrose Blvd. • • 713/806-0742.



Thomas Street Clinic is offering HIV testing free to the public, Mon.-Fri. 9 am-1 pm. There is no need to establish eligibility (“gold-card”), no donation will be asked of the person seeking testing, and the test is free. Thomas Street Clinic, 2015 Thomas, 713/873-4157 or 713/873-4026.

Legacy Community Health Services offers free, confidential, rapid HIV testing using the OraQuick-Advance collection method with results available within 20 minutes.

MONDAYS: All Star News and Video Emporium, 3415 Katy Frwy & Studewood, 4-8pm; George Sports Bar, 617 Fairview, 6-10pm.

TUESDAYS:611 Hyde Park Pub, 611 Hyde Park, 4-8pm; Midtown Spa, 3100 Fannin, 4-8pm.

WEDNESDAYS: Club Houston, 2205 Fannin, 8pm-12am; EJ’s, 2517 Ralph, 10pm-1am.

FRIDAYS: Midtown Spa, 3100 Fannin, 5-9pm; EJ’s, 2517 Ralph, 10pm-1am.

MON-THU, Free, confidential syphilis testing is also offered. HIV and syphilis testing is offered at 215 Westheimer, 11am–7pm, and Friday, 11am–5pm. 713/830-3070.

Planned Parenthood offers free, anonymous, or confidential testing at clinic locations throughout the area. To speak with an HIV counselor: 1-800-230-PLAN. Dickinson: 281/337-7725. Fannin: 713/831-6543. FM1960: 281/587-8081. Greenspoint: 281/445-4553. Huntsville: 936/295-6396. Lufkin: 936/634-8446 x223. Rosenberg: 281/342-3950. Stafford: 281/494-9848.


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