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Compiled by Nancy Ford
Whimsical lesbian sculptor is featured artist for 2009 downtown art festival
In 2008, bronze sculptor Kimber Fiebiger earned first-place honors the very first time she participated in Bayou City Art Festival Downtown, wowing the crowd with her Texas-sized Humpty Dumpty creations. She triumphantly returns as the enviable featured artist of the 2009 fine art event in downtown Houston.
Enviable, indeed. As many as 850 national and international artists vied for 300 juried positions, which is up by nearly 20 percent over 2008, the previous all-time high.
“The Bayou City Art Festival is rated one of the top shows in the country, and the Texas economy is far stronger than the rest of the country,” Fiebiger says. “I’m giddy about the sales, I’m giddy about the attention, and I’m giddy about the weather, because I’m from Minnesota!”
Fiebiger knows what she’s talking about. Bayou City Art Festival Downtown recently won eight 2009 Texas Festivals & Events Association honors, including six first-place honors, at the organization’s annual conference in Fort Worth.
Owner of the Joan of Art gallery in Minneapolis, Fiebiger plans to attend the festival with her partner and “booth assistant,” Michelle Hoffman.
For the first time since the downtown festival’s inception in 1992, art lovers can stroll downtown’s new pedestrian promenades to interact with artists one-on-one. The festival stretches to Houston Public Library’s Downtown Plaza and Sam Houston Park to encompass Capital One Bank’s Creative Zone and international food and wine cafés. The Houston Arts Alliance stage provides continuous entertainment and art demonstrations; the “Art on Water” floating art installation at City Hall’s Hermann Square Reflection Pool rounds out the attractions. October 10 and 11, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. $10. bayoucityartfestival.com. —Nancy Ford
Boob Tube Flash Screening. Short filmed conversations about breasts. Oct. 17, 7pm. Location TBA. Aurora Picture Show • aurorapictureshow.org • 713/868-2101.
Video Salon: Lessons in Teenage Zombie Filmmaking with Emily Hagins. Oct. 25, 1pm. Aurora Picture Show Video Library, 1524 Sul Ross • aurorapictureshow.org • 713/868-2101.
The House of the Spirits. English-language premiere of Caridad Svich’s adaptation of Isabel Allende’s sprawling, multi-generational novel. Through Oct. 11. Main Street Theatre, 2540 Times Blvd. • mainstreettheater.com • 713-524-6706.
Meet Me in St. Louis. Theatre Under the Stars’ stage version of the 1944 MGM film that starred Judy Garland. Through Oct. 11. Hobby Center, 800 Bagby • tuts.com • 713/558-8887.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? East End Theatre Company presents the classic marital drama. Through Oct. 17. 2001 Postoffice St. Galveston • islandetc.org • 409/762-3556.
Seven Guitars. The 1940s are represented in August Wilson’s fifth work in a 10-drama series chronicling the American black experience during the 20th century. Through Oct. 18. Ensemble Theatre, 3535 Main St. • ensemblehouston.com • 713/520-0055.
Southern Rapture parodies the real-life controversy created when North Carolina’s Charlotte Repertory Theater produced Tony Kushner’s Angels in America. Through Oct. 18. Stages Repertory Theatre, 3201 Allen Parkway • stagestheatre.com • 713/527-0123.
See Rock City, a comedy/drama by Arlene Hutton. Through Oct. 24. Theatre Suburbia, 4106 Way Out West Dr. • theatresuburbia.com • 713/682-3525.
Little Shop of Horrors. Texas Repertory Theatre Company presents the classic musical about a man-eating alien plant. Through Oct. 31. 14243 Stuebner-Airline Rd. • texreptheatre.org • 281/583-7573.
The Lighter Side of the Recession. Sketch comedy about the current economic climate. Through Nov. 21. Radio Music Theatre, 2623 Colquitt • radiomusictheatre.com • 713/522-7722.
A Disaster Begins. Openly gay Ain Gordon’s piece based on one young woman’s account of the 1900 Galveston hurricane. Oct. 1–3, 8pm. Barnevelder Movement/Arts Complex, 2201 Preston • barnevelder.org • 713/529-1819.
Il Tabarro/Pagliacci. Puccini and Leoncavallo’s operatic classics. Oct. 1–3. Opera in the Heights, 1703 Heights Blvd. • operaintheheights.org • 713/861-5303.
Red Light Winter. Horse Head Theatre Company’s premiere focuses on two long-time friends and an Amsterdam prostitute. Oct. 1–3, 8–10. Frenetic Theater, 5102 Navigation Blvd. • horseheadtheatre.org.
Ode to Joy: Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, performed by Houston Symphony. Oct. 1, 3, & 4. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana • houstonsymphony.org • 713/224-7575.
Night of the Giant. Mildred’s Umbrella Theater presents John Harvey and Eliot Cole’s world premiere about survival. Oct. 2–3: Ovations Night Club, 2536 Times Blvd. Oct. 8: Houston Center for Photography, 1441 W. Alabama • mildredsumbrella.com.
Virsky Ukrainian National Dance Company. Society for the Performing Arts presents folk dancing famous for its bright colors, and unity of content and form. Oct. 2, 8 p.m. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana • spahouston.org • 713/227-4772.
Romantic Spirit. Da Camera of Houston presents the Julliard String Quartet playing works by Schumann, Mendelssohn, and Chopin. Oct. 3, 7:30pm. Wortham Theater Center, 501 Texas • dacamera.com • 713/524-5050.
Free Night of Theater. Presented by Houston Arts Alliance, participating organizations include Classical Theatre Company, DiverseWorks Artspace, Encore Players, Ensemble Theatre, Express Children’s Theatre, Frenetic Theatre, Horse Head Theatre, Houston Ballet, Houston Grand Opera, InterActive Theater, Main Street Theater, Mildred’s Umbrella, Miller Outdoor Theatre, Stages Repertory Theatre, Texas Repertory Theatre, Theatre Suburbia, Theatre Under The Stars, Upstage Theatre, and Voices Breaking Boundaries. Oct. 8–18 • houstonartsalliance.com.
A Little Day Music, a free concert by Da Camera of Houston. Bring your lunch. Oct. 7, noon and each first Wednesday through May. Wortham Theater Center, 501 Texas • dacamera.com • 713/524-5050.
Hamlet. Guy Roberts stars in a one-man adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic. Oct. 8–18. HITS Theatre, 311 W. 18th St. • classicaltheatre.org • 713/963-9665.
American Idyll. Aperio, Music of the Americas presents works by Copland, Ives, and Rzewski. Oct. 9, 7:30pm. Covenant Church, 4949 Caroline • aperioamericas.org.
Doubt: A Parable. John Patrick Shanley’s Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winner about St. Nicholas Church School. Oct. 9–24. Playhouse 1960, 6814 Gant Rd. • ph1960.com • 281-587-8243.
1909–2009: The Great Collaborators of the Ballet Russes. Dominic Walsh Dance Theater honors Ballets Russes’ 100th anniversary. Plus, The Afternoon of a Faun and The Dying Swan. Oct. 15–17. Hobby Center for the Performing Arts’ Zilkha Hall, 800 Bagby • dwdt.org • 713-315-2525.
Richard Alston Dance Company. Society for the Performing Arts presents works by the leading British modern dance company. Friday, Oct. 16, 8pm. Wortham Theatre Center, 501 Texas • spahouston.org • 713/227-4772.
Some Enchanted Evening. Broadway’s Brian Stokes Mitchell sings Broadway show tunes. Houston Symphony’s Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pops. Oct. 16–18. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana • houstonsymphony.org • 713/224-7575.
Memoirs of the Sistahood—Chapter Two: House examines the chaos of growing up in a large family in 1950s Louisiana. Oct. 16–24, 8pm. Barnevelder Movement Arts Complex, 2201 Preston • barnevelder.org • 713/529-1819.
Gruesome Playground Injuries by Rajiv Joseph ex-
plores why people hurt themselves for love. Oct. 16–Nov. 15. Alley Theatre, Neuhaus Stage. 615 Texas • alleytheatre.org • 713/220-5700.
Steps in Time: A Broadway Biography in Song & Dance. Tommy Tune and The Manhattan Rhythm Kings launch the newly renovated Lamar Auditorium. Oct. 21, 2 & 7:30pm. Lamar High School, 3325 Westheimer • lamarhsalumni.com.
Mary Poppins. The original Super Nanny. Oct. 22–Nov. 8. Broadway Across America. Hobby Center for the Performing Arts, 800 Bagby • broadwayacrossamerica.com • 713/622-7469.
Village of Waltz. Hope Stone Dance Company’s world premiere features East and West Coast artists. Oct. 23–24, 8pm. Wortham Center’s Cullen Theater, 500 Texas • hopestoneinc.org • 713/526-1907.
The Elixir of Love. Gaetano Donizetti comic masterpiece. Oct. 23–Nov. 7. Houston Grand Opera. Wortham Theater Center, 501 Texas • houstongrandopera.org • 713/228-6737.
Derek Webb, pro-gay Christian singer. Oct. 24, 8pm. House of Blues Houston, 1204 Caroline • houseofblues.com • 713/652-5837. (See also feature on Derek Webb.)
Kavakos plays and conducts Mozart with Houston Symphony. Oct. 30–31, Nov. 1. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana • houstonsymphony.org • 713/224-7575.
Lohengrin. Richard Wagner’s classic that made “Here Comes the Bride” famous. Oct. 30–Nov. 15. Houston Grand Opera. Wortham Theater Center, 501 Texas • houstongrandopera.org • 713/228-6737.
The Legend of Yin & Yang, sung in Mandarin and English, combines hip-hop dancers with Eastern Chinese acrobatics. Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, 2 and 8pm. Houston Baptist University Morris Cultural Arts Center • yingyangshow.com • 281-239-8888.
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PERFORMING ARTS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Animalopolis, a Seusssian-style film in rhyme and verse, presents 13 different wild animals in their natural habitats. Through Nov. 1. Houston Museum of Natural Science Wortham IMAX Theatre, One Hermann Circle Dr. • hmns.org • 71/639-4629.
Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type. Farmer Brown’s musical problem. Oct. 3 and 10, Main Street Theater–Chelsea Market, 4617 Montrose Blvd. • mainstreettheater.com • 713/524-6706.
The Wizard of Oz. Houston Symphony performs music based on the children’s classic. Oct. 17, 10:30 & 11:30am. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana • houstonsymphony.org • 713/224-7575.
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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. kpft.org • 713/526-5738.
Queer Voices. Features, news, music, interviews, reviews, and commentary. Monday nights, 9–11 pm. KPFT 90.1 FM. kpft.org • 713/526-4000.
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Living With Art . . . Garden + Home + Art . . . The Art of Living. Through Oct. 17. Koelsch Gallery, 703 Yale • koelschgallery.com • 713/862-5744.
Big Lectric Fan to Keep Me Cool is puppeteer/artist’s Wayne White’s tribute to George Jones and Houston’s heat. Through Oct. 18. Rice Gallery, 6100 Main • ricegallery.org • 713/348-6069.
Terra Cotta Warriors: Guardians of China’s First
Emperor features life-size clay figures and artifacts excavated in 1974. Through Oct. 18. Houston Museum of Natural Science, One Herman Circle Drive • hmns.org • 713/639-4629.
Mod Mandalas, works by Sarah Gish. Through Oct. 21; closing reception, Oct. 18, 1–4pm. Central Library Art Gallery, 500 McKinney • gishcreative.com • houstonlibrary.org.
Now That I’m by Myself. Rachel Cook curates works by Brian Bress, Wynne Greenwood, Laurel Nakadate, and Yuki Okumura. Through Oct. 24. DiverseWorks, 1117 East Freeway • diverseworks.org • 713/335-3445.
Stilett”O”s. Omar Angel Perez’ fantasy footwear artwork. Through Oct. 25. Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, 4848 Main • crafthouston.org • 713/529-4848.
Birds: A Collection of Verse and Vision. Paintings by Isabelle Scurry Chapman and poems by Jim Blackburn. Through Oct. 30. Art League Houston, 1953 Montrose Blvd. • artleaguehouston.org • 713/523-9530.
Unseen and Rediscovered. Photographs by 2009 Texas Artist of the Year, Keith Carter. Through Oct. 30. Art League Houston, 1953 Montrose Blvd. • artleaguehouston.org • 713/523-9530.
Leandra’s World. Surrealist works by Houston artist Leandra di Buelna. Through Oct. 31. Canal Street Gallery, 2219 Canal St. • canalstreetgallery.com • 713/223-2219.
Perspectives 167: Jason Villegas combines wall murals, video, soft sculpture, and performance. Through Nov. 1. Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 5216 Montrose Blvd. • camh.org • 713/284-8250.
Josephine Meckseper. Works engaging leftist theories and politics in a consumerist reality. Through Nov. 14. Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston’s Fine Arts Building • blaffergallery.org • 713/743-9971.
Jon Pylypchuk. Works drawn from the animal world. Through Nov. 14. Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston’s Fine Arts Building • blaffergallery.org • 713/743-9971.
Reduced Visibility. The intersection of abstraction and political subject matter in contemporary art today. Through Nov. 15. Museum of Fine Arts Houston’s Glassell School of Art, 5101 Montrose • mfah.org • 713/639-7500.
Joaquín Torres-García: Paintings in Houston Collections and Constructing Abstraction with Wood, works by the avant-garde artist. Through Nov. 29. Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet • mfah.org • 713/639-7300, 713/639-7379 (Spanish).
Arts of Ancient Viet Nam: From River Plain to Open Sea, presented by Museum of Fine Arts Houston and Asia Society, New York. Through Jan. 3. 5601 Main • mfah.org • 713/639-7300, 713/639-7379 (Spanish).
The Moon: “Houston, Tranquility Base Here. The Eagle Has Landed” celebrates the 40th anniversary of the lunar landing with photographs by astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Through Jan. 10. Museum of Fine Arts’ Audrey Jones Beck Building, 5601 Main • mfah.org • 713/639-7300, 713/639-7379 (Spanish).
Besa: Muslims Who Saved Jews During the Holocaust is a photographic exhibition depicting stories of Albanian Muslims who saved Jews from extermination despite great danger to themselves. Through Feb. 7. Holocaust Museum Houston, 5401 Caroline • hmh.org • 713/942-8000.
5th Annual Artists Exhibition & Open Studios exhibits more than 50 artists. Oct. 2–4, with reception Oct. 3, 6–9pm. Winter Street Studios, 2101 Winter St. • winterstreetstudios.net.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Exhibition. Costumes, props, and set dressings from C.S. Lewis’ literary world. Oct. 3–Jan. 18. Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land, University Blvd. @ New Territory Blvd. • hmns.org • 713/639-4629.
Texas Masters Series: Rachelle Thiewes and Celebrating Our Creative Spirit: Texas Federation of Fiber Artists. Oct. 3–Dec. 24. Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, 4848 Main St. • crafthouston.org • 713/529-4848.
Cool Globes: Hot Ideas for a Cooler Planet features 50 colorful, super-sized globes depicting everyday solutions to global warming. Oct. 9–Dec. 31. Discovery Green, 1500 McKinney St. • coolglobes.com.
Vanishing Worlds: Art and Ritual in Amazonia celebrates life in the rainforest. Oct. 9–Jan. 10. Houston Museum of Natural Sciences, One Hermann Circle Dr. • hmns.org • 713-639-4629.
Art on Water floats down Buffalo Bayou in conjunction with the Bayou City Art Festival Downtown. Oct. 10–11. bayoucityartfestival.com • 713/521-0133.
Small Works by Great Minds. Arts Alliance Center at Clear Lake’s 3rd Annual Art Auction. Oct. 13–15. 2000 NASA Pkwy, Nassau Bay • taaccl.org • 281/335-7777.
Matthew Day Jackson: The Immeasurable Distance explores positive evolutionary developments resulting from stress. Oct. 17–January 17. Reception, Oct. 16, 7pm. Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 5216 Montrose Blvd. • camh.org • 713/284-8250.
Avondale Civic Association Fabulous Gala features art by John Palmer and David Addickes. Benefits Houston Buyers Club. Oct. 22. http://[email protected].
43rd Annual Original Greek Festival features authentic Greek food, dancing, shopping, special events, and presentations. Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral Complex, 3511 Yoakum St. $5. greekfestival.org • 713/526-5377.
4th Annual Heights Bicycle Rally and Scavenger Hunt, a 20-mile course on bike trails presented by Houston Heights Association. 7:30am. Marmion Park, 18th St. and Heights Blvd. • houstonheights.org.
Community Leaders Networking Group. 1–4pm. Houston GLBT Community Center, 3400 Montrose Blvd., Suite 207 • houstonglbtcommunitycenter.org • 713/524-3818.
Fall Back Festival 2009 celebrates La Porte’s glory days in the 1920s with live music, contests, sidewalk chalk art, a Mahjong tournament, and more. 2–11pm. Main Street in La Porte • fallbackfestival.com • 281/470-5017.
Business of the Arts Luncheon 2009, hosted by Greater Houston Partnership Houston Arts Alliance. 11:30am. Hilton Americas, 1600 Lamar • houston.org • 713/844-3695.
Deadline Oct. 15
Scriptapalooza opens its television writing competition, inviting submissions for existing one-hour and half-hour shows, original pilots, and reality shows. Scriptapalooza.com.
Building Faith: Church, Mosque, Synagogue; Visiting Houses of Worship. Holocasut Museum Houston’s guided tour of the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, 4:30–6:30pm. 1111 St. Joseph Pkwy • hmh.org • 713/942-8000.
Inprint Margaret Root Brown Reading Series. E. L. Doctorow reads from his new novel, Homer & Langley. 7:30pm. Alley Theatre Hubbard Stage, 615 Texas Ave. • inprinthouston.org • 713/521-2026.
D’Feet Breast Cancer Celebration of Life run/walk. 6:15am. Moody Gardens, One Hope Blvd. Galveston • dfeetbreastcancer.com • 409/771-5574.
EaDo Palooza celebrates the art and soul of east downtown with live music, performances, and exhibits from neighborhood artists, photographers, and stores. 2–5pm. Lamar @ St. Emanuel • eadohouston.com.
The Women’s Group. A feminist group for all women. Oct. 4: Lisa Smith discusses The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power by Jeff Sharlet. Oct 11: Shelley L. Nadel discusses financial planning for long-term care. Oct 25: Chaneta Lewis and Evelyn Coulson discuss proactive living.10:45am. First Unitarian Universalist Church’s Sojourner Truth Room, 5200 Fannin • 713/529-8571.
TG Support Group. Helping TransGenders Anonymous is a facilitated support group for all transgenders, supporters, family, and significant others. 7–9pm. TG Center, 713 Fargo • transhouston.com • 713/520-8586.
Houston Roller Derby Rec League. Skate to train or just recreationally with the women of the Houston Roller Derby. 7:30–9:30pm. Dairy Ashford Roller Rink, 1820 S. Dairy Ashford • houstonrollerderby.com.
GLBT-Friendly Depression & Bipolar Support Group. 7:15–8:30pm. Bering Memorial United Methodist Church, 1440 Harold, room 232. Free. 713/526-1018.
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. houstontennisclub.org.
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 • lawkn.com • 713/808-1000.
Monthly (1st Fri.)
First Friday Happy Hour. Northwest Corner, a social and civic LGBT organization for Houstonians living northwest of Loop 610, meets. Time and location TBA • nwcorner.org.
Transgender Center presents a monthly barbecue, with vegetarian food available. BYO beer and wine. 7–11pm. $10. 713 Fargo • tgctr.org.
Monthly (1st Sat.)
First Saturday Arts Market. Local artists display and sell original works of art, and local musicians entertain. 11am–6pm. Wind Water Gallery, 548 W. 19th. Free • yalestreetmarket.com.
Monthly (2nd Tues.)
Community Center Dinner Night, presented by Houston GLBT Community Center. Participants are responsible for their own meals. 6:30pm. West Gray Café, 415 W. Gray • houstonglbtcommunitycenter.org • 713/524-3818.
Monthly (2nd Sat.)
Second Saturdays at Winter St. Studios. Meet and hang with artists in the studios marked by a large red dot on or near the door. 1–6pm. Winter St. Studios, 2101 Winter St. • winterstreetstudios.net • 713/862-0082.
Monthly (3rd Sun.)
LOAF Meet and Greet. Lesbians Over Age Fifty meet for munchies and fellowship; bring some of both. 2pm. 1034 West 17th St.
Monthly (3rd Wed.)
Bingo with the Divas, hosted by An’ Marie Gill & Jessica Van Shelton. 8–10pm. Tony’s Corner Pocket, 817 W. Dallas St. Bering Omega Foundation.
Monthly (3rd Thurs.)
Share with PFLAG Houston in a safe, confidential setting. 7:30pm. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church’s Chatham Room, 1805 Alabama • pflaghouston.org.
Lesbian Dinner Group. Single and coupled women come for a meal, but stay for the camaraderie. 7:30pm. Cafe Express, 1422 W. Gray •http:// [email protected].
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Literary Contest. The Saints and Sinners GLBT Literary Festival’s First Annual Short Fiction Contest is soliciting original, unpublished short stories between 5,000 and 7,000 words with LGBT content on the broad theme of “Saints and Sinners.” The contest is open to authors at all stages of their careers and to stories in all genres. Sasfest.com.
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.
The Montrose Clinic offers free confidential HIV testing at these locations:
Decades, 1205 Richmond, 713/521-2224, Mon. 6-10pm (Dennis);
EJ’s, 2517 Ralph, 713/527-9071, Wed. & Fri. 10pm-1am (Rhonda & Lourdes);
Mary’s, Naturally, 1022 Westheimer, 713/527-9669, Wed. 4-8pm (Jack);
Midtown Spa, 3100 Fannin, 713/522-2379, Tues. 9pm-1am (Carlos), Wed. 10pm-1am (Juan), Fri. 10pm-1am (Quincy);
Ripcord, 715 Fairview, 713/521-2792, Wed. 9pm-12am (Matthew);
Inergy/Mango Lounge, 5750 Chimney Rock, 713/660-7310, Mon. 9pm-12am (Carlos);
1415 Bar & Grill, 1415 California, 713/522-7066, Thurs. 9pm-12am (Carlos);
611 Hyde Park Pub, 611 Hyde Park, 713/526-7070, Tues. 3-7pm & Sun. 2-6pm (Matthew);
All Star News and Video Emporium, 3415 Katy Freeway & Studewood, 713/869-7878, Mon. & Thurs. 4-8pm (Jack);
Brazos River Bottom, 2400 Brazos, 713/528-9192, Thurs. 8pm-12am (Matthew);
Cousin’s, 817 Fairview, 713/528-9204, Thurs. 8pm-12am (Jack);
Club Houston, 2205 Fannin, 713/659-4998, Tues. 8pm-12am (Dennis). For more info: 713/830-3000.
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.