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Family issues: author Mark Rosenberg visits Houston this month. When you go to Brazos Bookstore to see him, take some cake. No, don’t. Really.
Family issues: author Mark Rosenberg visits Houston this month. When you go to Brazos Bookstore to see him, take some cake. No, don’t. Really.

Compiled by Marene Gustin

FilmPerforming ArtsArt/Photography Galas & PartiesRadioAnd Other ThingsSave the DateOngoingHIV Testing

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EatingBookHOT TICKET

Eating My Feelings
Funny thing about food…

Author Mark Rosenberg describes himself as a whiter, skinnier, gayer version of Oprah. Judge for yourself when he comes to Houston for a reading from his newest book Eating My Feelings: Tales of Overeating, Underperforming and Coping with My Crazy Family at Brazos Bookstore September 9 at 7 p.m. From battling his evil stepmother (with an arsenal of unprintable insults not suitable for your average ten-year-old) to attempting to blackmail his counselor at fat camp and shamelessly sporting blackface on Halloween, Mark’s adolescent misadventures set him up perfectly for an equally flamboyant adult life. Things don’t slow down when Mark emerges into the image-obsessed world of gay New York, and he raises as much hell as he did in the sleepy Baltimore suburb of his childhood. Whether he’s hiring the personal trainer he only wants to sleep with, or blogging his way to fame with an X-rated twist on Julie & Julia, Mark’s life is anything but boring. A must read for anyone who’s ever battled image issues and needs a good laugh. —Marene Gustin

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FILM

• September 4

Morrissey 25: Live from Hollywood High. The first authorized film about the legendary musician in nine years opens in cinemas across the United States this month. Filmed live during Morrissey’s most intimate gig in decades at the Hollywood High School in Los Angeles last March, this film celebrates twenty-five years of the solo career of one of the world’s most iconic and enigmatic performers. See morrissey25live.com for times and theater locations.

• September 7

Movie Night on the Strand. It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Superman! Free family movie at Saengerfest Park in Galveston. Starts at dusk.

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PERFORMING ARTS

• Through September 29

The Marvelous Wonderettes: Caps and Gowns. Head back to 1958 and catch up with Betty Jean, Cindy Lou, Missy, and Suzy as they look back on their final year in high school and ahead toward their bright futures (and a Wonderettes wedding) in song, of course! For more details visit stagestheatre.com.

• Through September 29

Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays. Presented by Celebration Theatre, this performance of nine short plays takes place at Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church. Reservations at celebrationtheatrehouston.com.

• September 1

Cirque de la Symphonie. The Houston Symphony’s Centennial POPS Season begins as daredevil cirque performers meet fiery symphonic music. Visit houstonsymphony.org for details.

• September 6

Krewella. The krew brings its Get Wet Live tour to Stereo Live.

• September 6 & 7

Collide: An Evening of Collaborations. NobleMotion Dance presents an evening of collaborations with musicians, dancers, and light artists at The Hobby Center. See noblemotiondance.com for details.

• September 6–22

Arsenic and Old Lace. This classic charmer by Crighton Theatre may make you leery of old ladies, but bring some non-perishable items to benefit the Montgomery County Food Bank and have a great time! See crighton-theatre.com for times.

• September 7

Opening Night with Rene Fleming. The diva will captivate you with her sumptuous voice, consummate artistry, and compelling stage presence as she joins the Houston Symphony to perform classical favorites, as well as selections from her explorations of Broadway and songs of today. Visit houstonsymphony.org for details.

• September 12–16

Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto. To open the Centennial Classical Subscription Season, pianist Kirill Gerstein returns to Houston to captivate you with the delicate melodies and explosive fireworks of Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1. Visit houstonsymphony.org for details.

• September 13–October 12

Going Bare. Theatre Suburbia presents a play by Houstonian Mary Jane Taege, a hilarious look at love in the time of liability and lawyers, lust and lies. Visit theatresuburbia.org for more details.

• September 19

Robert Ellis & The Clarkes. Discovery Green Thursday Concert Series. Information at discoverygreen.com.

• September 19–28

Les Misérables. Bayou City Theatrics’ kick-off for its second season is this famous Broadway musical. See bayoucitytheatrics.com for tickets.

• September 20

Edvin Marton. Celebrated Hungarian violinist Edvin Marton plays a 1697 Stradivarius violin at the Wortham Theater Center as part of The Brilliant Lecture Series. See brilliantlectures.org for details.

• September 20–22

Joshua Bell. The superstar violinist returns to town to play with the Houston Symphony. Visit houstonsymphony.org for details.

• September 21

Immediate Family. Regional premiere comedy by Paul Oakley Stovall at The Ensemble Theatre. Join the LGBTQ patrons and allies for a pre-show mixer. Details at ensemblehouston.com.

• September 26

Ray Wiley Hubbard & Shinyribs. Discovery Green Thursday Concert Series. Information at discoverygreen.com.

• September 26–29

Beethoven 7 plus Rachmaninoff. Perfect classical works from the Houston Symphony. Visit houstonsymphony.org for details.

• September 27

Twenty-Something: Mozart and Schubert. Da Camera’s season kick-off concert. See dacamera.com for details.

• September 28

Time Travel. Musiqa’s free concert at Market Square Park. See musiqahouston.org for more information.

• September 29–October 12

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert: The Musical. We have a lot to thank Bette Midler for, but this month it’s that she was instrumental in bringing Priscilla, Queen of the Dessert: The Musical to our shores. And now Theatre Under the Stars is bringing this fab and funny romp through the Outback to Houston. Drag queens, a purple bus, more than five hundred 2011 Tony Award-winning costumes and a hit parade of more than twenty dance-floor favorites including “It’s Raining Men,” “Finally,” and “I Will Survive.” Details at tuts.com.

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GALAS AND PARTIES

• September 7

FrenetiCore and Houston Zombie Walk 2nd Annual Apocalypse Ball. It’s the zombie apocalypse! This fundrasier for the Houston Fringe Festival starts at 8:30 p.m. at Frenetic Theater and includes cocktails, bites, performances, music, and even fortune-telling. Tickets are $20 in advance, and you definitely want to wear your best zombie/sci-fi outfit. See freneticore.net for details on this don’t-miss event.

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RADIO

After Hours: Queer Radio with Attitude features the QMZ (Queer Music Zone) with Jimmy Carper. Saturday nights, midnight–3 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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ART/PHOTOGRAPHY

• Through September 5

Wood You Believe It. Archway Gallery presents an exhibit by wood artist Paula Hayman. Details at archwaygallery.com.

• Through September 6

In My Nature: Thirty Years of Work. A retrospective exhibition of Rice University Professor Emerita Darra Keeton’s work. See arts.rice.edu for details.

Capes, Gods, and Superheroes. This visual art exhibit featuring new work by Varina Rush playfully explores the relationship between religion, idolatry, and fan fiction. At Frenetic Theater, freneticore.net.

• Through September 8

The Tool at Hand. The exhibition showcases the wonder of the process of making and, at the same time, sparks an important conversation about the nature of skill, production, and tool use today. See crafthouston.org for details.

Ctrl + P. Recent economic reports speculate that a third industrial revolution, shaped by digital technologies, is under way. This summer HCCC investigates the implications of such technologies on the making of sculptural and functional objects in the 21st century. See crafthouston.org for details.

• Through September 20

Architecture Center Houston and AIA Houston
present

METRORail Arts in Transit Exhibition: Art, Architecture and Transit.

See gometrorail.org for details on this new transit exhibit.

• Through September 22

James Turrell: The Light Inside. A special exhibit of Turrell’s light-based installations at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. See mfah.org for details.

• Through September 28

Texas Biennial Invitational. A curated exhibit at Lawndale Art Center. See lawndaleartcenter.org.

Michael Petry: Joshua D’s Wall at Hiram Butler Gallery. Visit hirambutler.com for more information.

• Through September 29

Self, Model, and Self as Other. Highlights about fifty self-portraits—spanning more than a century—that illustrate how photographic self-portraits reveal different innovative approaches to the genre, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. See mfah.org for details.

Graphic Design—Now in Production. The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston presents a major international exhibition that explores some of the most vibrant graphic design work produced since 2000, including posters, books, magazines, identity and branding, information graphics, typography and typefaces, and film and television title graphics. See camh.org for details.

In Residence: Work by 2012 Resident Artists. Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC) presents this exhibition of work created by the eight artists who began their residencies at HCCC in 2012. Details at crafthouston.org/artists/residents/.

• Through October 13

LaToya Ruby Frazier: Witness. A special exhibit of the artist’s work at the Contemporary Museum of Art Houston. See camh.org for details.

• Through October 27

Through Soviet Jewish Eyes: Photography, War, and the Holocaust. Holocaust Museum Houston exhibits six decades of work by Soviet photojournalists. See hmh.org for details.

Gifts from the Past: The Isabel Brown Wilson Collection. Over fifty artworks from the bequest of Isabel Brown Wilson, a lifelong supporter of the MFAH. See mfah.org for details.

• Through January 11, 2014

Daniel Anguilu and Aaron Parazett Mural. See this beautiful mural, called Skywriting, at Lawndale Art Center. Visit lawndaleartcenter.org for more details.

• Through April 30, 2014

Joseph Havel: Endless. A new specific-installation site made of books cast in bronze at Contemporary Art Museum Houston. See camh.org for details.

• September 7

Hands-on Houston Family Festival. Houston Center for Contemporary Craft presents a free hands-on fiber craft workshop and festival. See crafthouston.org for more.

• September 19–22

Houston Fine Art Fair at the George R. Brown Convention Center. See houstonfineartfair.com for details.

• Spetember 20

Being Alive. A new performance installation by soprano Lisa Harris using video and photography. Information at fresharts.org.

• September 29, 2013–January 12, 2014

Koloman Moser: Designing Modern Vienna, 1897–1907. The first museum retrospective in the United States to explore Moser’s career features a wide variety of art forms—ceramics, furniture, graphic design, jewelry, and designs for architectural interiors at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. See mfah.org for details.

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AND OTHER FUN THINGS

• September 1

Brewmasters Craft Beer Festival. Moody Gardens plays host to one of the largest craft beer festivals, where you can hoist a mug while listening to live music and watching demonstrations. See brewmastersbearfest.com for more.

• September 5

Authors in Architecture. Award-winning Houston architect, architectural historian, and noted architectural photographer Gerald Moorhead, FAIA, will present his book Buildings of Texas: Central, South, and Gulf Coast, the first of two volumes, featuring photos, illustrations, and maps. Details at aiahouston.org.

• September 9

Eating My Feelings. Mark Rosenberg reads from his hilarious new book at Brazos Bookstore at 7 p.m. See top of page or visit brazosbookstore.com.

• September 21

ComiCulture: From Creation to Consumption. Calling all wanna-be comic artists: University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Art Gallery is hosting a free, one-day event featuring a symposium that highlights Texas artists who have made a name for themselves within the comic book industry, giving attendees a unique opportunity to learn from their success. Check out comiculture.org for details.

Market & Music on the Pier. Galveston’s Pier 21 comes to life for two special events. First, Market on the Pier is held from 10 a.m.–4 p.m., serving as the island’s best stop for unique finds from local artisans, handcrafters, and growers. That evening, Party on the Pier is held from 6–9 p.m. with live music. See pier21.com for more.

• September 21 & 22

Puerto Rican & Cuban Festival. Food, music, and more at Tranquility Park. Visit prcfestival.com for information.

• September 27–29

Galveston Island Shrimp Festival. Featuring some of the best shrimp gumbo the Gulf Coast has to offer, this year’s festival has an expanded area in Galveston’s historic downtown with a free boat and RV show, seafood cook-off, a 5K run, children’s activities, and more. For details visit galvestonshrimpfestival.com.

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SAVE THE DATE

•October 3

APPEARING FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HOUSTON BISHOP GENE ROBINSON
retired bishop of the Diocese of New Hampshire in the Episcopal Church

Thursday, October 3, 2013 7:30 – 9:00 p.m.
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
1805 West Alabama
Houston, Texas 77098

The Houston Chapter of Americans United for Separation of Church and State is pleased to present an evening with Gene Robinson, retired bishop of the Diocese of New Hampshire in the Episcopal Church of the United States of America. Bishop Robinson will be speaking about religious freedom in America and how the Religious Right gets it wrong.
For tickets visit http://www.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2138984217

• October 5

Houston Pride Band Presents ‘Heroes.’ Houston Pride Band announces its first concert of the 2013–2014 season, entitled “Heroes.” This free performance takes place at Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church, 2025 West 11th Street, at 3 p.m. Donations can be made at the door or by visiting houstonprideband.org.

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ONGOING

• Daily (Sun.–Fri.)

HIV Testing. Planned Parenthood offers free, anony-
mous, 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.

• Daily (Mon.–Fri.)

HIV Testing. Free HIV testing, with no Gold Card or donation required or requested. 9am–1pm. HCHD Thomas Street Clinic, 2015 Thomas St. • 713/873-4157 • 713/873-4026.

• Daily (Mon.–Fri.)

HIV Testing. Houston Area Community Services (HACS) offers free, confidential HIV testing with results in less than one minute on a daily basis (Mon–Thurs: 9 am–6 pm, Fri: 8 am–5 pm). No appointment necessary. 2150 West 18th St. (Heights area). HACS Testing Calendar with additional outreach locations: hacstxs.org/testing.html. Contact HACS about testing: [email protected] or 713/426-0027.

• Daily (Mon.–Fri.)

HIV Testing. Legacy Community Health Services provides free rapid HIV testing with results in 20 minutes at the following locations on a weekly basis. MONDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic (1415 California St.), 11am–6pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic (502 Lyons Ave.), 1–5pm; George Sports Bar, 6–9pm; EJ’s, 9pm–12am • TUESDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic, 11am–6pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic, 1–5pm; Midtowne Spa, 5–9pm; 611 Hyde Park Pub, 6:30–9pm • WEDNESDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic, 11am–6pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic, 1–5pm; Walgreens–Montrose, 4–8pm; Club Houston, 6–10pm; Crystal Night Club, 10pm–2am • THURSDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic, 11am–6pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic, 1–5pm; Walgreens–Lyons, 2–5pm; Midtowne Spa, 5–9pm.; Guava Lamp, 6:30–9pm; Ripcord, 6:30–10pm • FRIDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic, 11am–4pm; Club Houston, 1–4pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic, 1–5pm; TC’s Showbar, 4–8pm Tony’s Corner Pocket, 4:30–8:30pm. • Legacy Testing Calendar: http://www.calendarwiz.com/calendars/calendar.php?crd=legacytestingservices&.

• Weekly (Sundays)

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

• Weekly (Mondays)

EMBody: Whole Health, Wellness and Resiliency peer group. 2pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

LBT Breast Cancer Survivors Support Group. 5pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

EMBody: Introduction to Yoga. 6pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

Depression Bipolar Support Group. 7pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

Helping TransGenders Anonymous, a facilitated sup-port group for all transgenders, supporters, family, and significant others. 7pm. 604 Pacific St. • tgctr.org.

Fathers First. Houston’s original gay fathers group supports gay dads who are dealing with coming-out issues, and family and life challenges after being married to a woman. Meets every Monday except holidays. 7:30pm. Bering Memorial United Methodist Church, 1440 Harold St., Room 230 • fathersfirstofhouston.com.

• Weekly (Tuesdays)

EMBody: Mindfulness, Well-Being, Stress Reduction. 11am. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

HIV Support Group Lunch Brunch. 11am. Bering Memorial UMC, 1440 Harold, Room 214 • 713/526-1017, ext. 202.

HATCH’s Transgender Support Group and Speak Out for Youth. 5pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

• Weekly (Wednesdays)

Gulf Pride for Youth, a support group for GLBTIQA youth ages 13–20. 6–9pm. 707 23rd St., Galveston • gulfprideforyouth.org.

HIV Support Group BSSG. 6:30pm. Bering Memorial UMC, 1440 Harold, Fellowship Hall • 713/526-1017.

Zumba exercise class with Crystal Wall. 6:45pm. House of Deréon Media Center, 2204 Crawford St. • 713/772-5175.

Houston Pride Band seeks all brass, woodwind, and percussion players of all skill levels for rehearsal. 7:30pm. Bethel UCC, 1107 Shepherd Dr. • 713/315-2525 • houstonprideband.org.

• Weekly (Thursdays)

Center HIV Support Group. Facilitated support group for HIV-positive individuals. 6pm. Houston GLBT Community Center, Historic Dow School, 1900 Kane St. • houstonglbtcommunitycenter.org • 713/524-3818.

Southern Country, a country-and-western dance troupe, offers free dance lessons. 8:30 p.m. Brazos River Bottom, 2400 Brazos St. • southerncountryhouston.com.

• Weekly (Fridays)

HATCH Youth Group. 7pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

• Weekly (Sundays)

HATCH Youth Group. 6pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

• Semi-monthly (1st and 3rd Fri.)

Positive Brothers United, a social/support group for GLBT, HIV-positive men of color. 6 pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • [email protected] • 713/454-7548.

• Monthly (1st Sun.)

Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Houston provides educational presentations of LGBT topics, small-group confidential discussions, and supportive fellowship. 2pm. St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 5501 S. Main St. • pflaghouston.org.

• Monthly (1st Sat.)

First Saturday Arts Market. Local artists display and sell original works of art. 11am–6pm. Wind Water Gallery, 548 West 19th St. Free admission. yalestreetmarket.com.

First Saturday Queer Bingo benefits Houston GLBT Community Center. 4:30pm. Houston GLBT Community Center, Historic Dow School, 1900 Kane St. • houstonglbtcommunity center.org • 713/524-3818.

• Monthly (2nd Tues.)

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 • [email protected] • 713/808-1000.

• Monthly (2nd Thurs.)

Ryan White Planning Council. 11:30am. 2223 W. Loop South • rwpchouston.org • 713-572-3724.

SPRY Potluck for Seniors. 4pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

National Leather Association–Houston. Movie night. 7pm. Montrose Center, Room 106 • 832/744-8607.

• 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. • assisthers.org • 713/521-4628.

National Leather Association–Houston. Leather craft class. Noon. $20+materials. Locations vary. [email protected]

• Monthly (3rd Sun.)

LOAF Meet and Greet. Lesbians Over Age Fifty meet for munchies and fellowship. 2–4pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • loafhouston.org • 281/467-2578.

• Monthly (3rd Tues.)

Affected Community Committee of the Ryan White Planning Council. Noon. rwpchouston.org • 713-572-3724.

• Monthly (3rd Wed.)

Log Cabin Republicans. Theo’s Restaurant, 812 Westheimer • facebook.comgroups/102199491979/?fref=ts.

• Monthly (3rd Thurs.)

HIV Testing. 1pm. Houston GLBT Community Center, 1900 Kane St. • houstonglbtcommunitycenter.org • 713/524-3818.

SPRY Counseling Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

EMBody: Understanding Mental Health Issues. Rotating topics: addiction, depression, anxiety, bipolar. 5pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

EMBody: To Cook or Not to Cook. Demystifying raw foods. 6pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrose counselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

Share with PFLAG Houston in a safe, confidential setting. 7:30–9pm. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church’s Chatham Room, 1805 W. Alabama • pflaghouston.org.

• Monthly (3rd Fri.)

Triple D: Dykes, Dinner, and Discussion offers dinner and conversation about health, family, dating, equality, community awareness, and freedom of speech. 7pm. Houston GLBT Community Center, 1901 Kane St. • houstonglbtcommunitycenter.org • 713/524-3818.

• Monthly (3rd Sat.)

Discovery Green Flea by Night. Local music, kids’ activities, bicycle repair workshop, and 40+ vendors selling vintage clothing, antiques, collectibles, jewelry, and more. 6–10pm. Discovery Green, 1500 McKinney St. • discoverygreen.com • 713/400-7336.

• 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 • pflaghouston.org.

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HIV Testing

• Daily (Sun.–Fri.)

HIV Testing. 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.

• Daily (Mon.–Fri.)

HIV Testing. Free HIV testing, with no Gold Card or donation required or requested. 9am–1pm. HCHD Thomas Street Clinic, 2015 Thomas St. • 713/873-4157 • 713/873-4026.

• Daily (Mon.–Fri.)

HIV Testing. HACS, 2150 West 18th • 713/426-0027.

• Daily (Mon.–Fri.)

HIV Testing. Legacy Community Health Services provides free rapid HIV testing with results in 20 minutes at the following locations on a weekly basis. MONDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic (1415 California St.), 11am–6pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic (502 Lyons Ave.), 1–5pm; George Sports Bar, 6–9pm; EJ’s, 9pm–12am • TUESDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic, 11am–6pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic, 1–5pm; Midtowne Spa, 5–9pm; 611 Hyde Park Pub, 6:30–9pm • WEDNESDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic, 11am–6pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic, 1–5pm; Walgreens–Montrose, 4–8pm; Club Houston, 6–10pm; Crystal Night Club, 10pm–2am • THURSDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic, 11am–6pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic, 1–5pm; Walgreens–Lyons, 2–5pm; Midtowne Spa, 5–9pm.; Guava Lamp, 6:30–9pm; Ripcord, 6:30–10pm • FRIDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic, 11am–4pm; Club Houston, 1–4pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic, 1–5pm; TC’s Showbar, 4–8pm Tony’s Corner Pocket, 4:30–8:30pm. • Legacy Testing Calendar: http://www.calendarwiz.com/calendars/calendar.php?crd=legacytestingservices&.

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Marene Gustin

Marene Gustin has written about Texas culture, food, fashion, the arts, and Lone Star politics and crime for television, magazines, the web and newspapers nationwide, and worked in Houston politics for six years. Her freelance work has appeared in the Austin Chronicle, Austin-American Statesman, Houston Chronicle, Houston Press, Texas Monthly, Dance International, Dance Magazine, the Advocate, Prime Living, InTown magazine, OutSmart magazine and web sites CultureMap Houston and Austin, Eater Houston and Gayot.com, among others.

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