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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

Join us every Sunday! P {Trinity RESBYTERIAN CHURCH (USA) ■style feature 901 N. Zang Blvd. (Between Davis & Colorado) in North Oak Cliff Dr. Julie Adkins, Pastor Wayne Davis, Director Of Music Danny Ray, Organist 214.948.7134 • www.TrinityPresDallas.org Skin Rejuvenation * Photofacials Photofacials remove or significantly reduce theappearance of wrinldes, sunspots, rosacea, acne, scars, freckles, birthmarks, skin discolorations, and spider veins. Enlighten HIGHLY TRAINED, EXPERIENCED STAFF STATE OF THE ARTTECHNOLOGY We have the "Starlux", the most powerful light-based aesthetic system in the WORLD David M. Feinstein, MD # Medical City 7777 Forest Lane, Suite C604 # Dallas, TX 75230 # 972-566-4340 # www.drdavidf.com The revolution was broadcast Even though Cho's sitcom tanked, gay actor B.D. Wong says at least one Asian-American show got on the air By Lawrence Ferber Contributing Writer "All-American Girl," a sitcom that aired 1994-95, was the first TV show to place an Asian-Amer...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

The strange feeling of how we all wanted the show to be good and right, but we never won that struggle. You'll notice that the Margaret we now know — who's on fire — that person isn't at all evi- dent in the show. She's just an actor playing a two-dimensional part. For a TV network and produc- ers to have the opportunity to marshal her energy and totally miss it — not even notice what it is that makes her so great, that was so frustrating. Did you have a place to go for relief? Margaret's house. We'd go and order takeout food and sit around and complain or strategize how we could get things to be different. Or we'd just MEET B.D. WONG B.D. Wong heads to The University of North Texas for the 9th annual Equity and Diversity Conference, Feb. 23-24. Along with Yolanda King (daughter of Coretta Scott King and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.), Wong serves as a featured speaker, focusing on the confer- ence's 2006 theme "The Power of Inclusion." On Thursday, Wong leads a free program titled "C...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

life+styletravel After the storm Beaten but not broken, New Orleans is ready to welcome back visitors URBAN RESURRECTION: Uptown's Magazine Street has rebounded from the devastation of Hurricane Katrina and breached levees with a vibrant social scene. By Andrew Collins Contributing Travel Writer I gazed out the plane window on the final approach into Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, eyeing the suburb of Kenner, and I immediately noticed thousands of blue roofs. Kenner lies several miles west of New Orleans, and it was largely spared the full brunt of August's devastating Hurricane Katrina. But even this far west, roughly 100 days after the storm, protective blue tarps covered the roofs of thousands of homes beneath me. Still, I also saw neon restaurant signs, cars speeding along Veterans Boulevard, airport hotels with fill parking lots and plenty of energy in one of America's most dynamic and gay- friendly cities. New Orleans looked wounded, but also very much aliv...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

New Orleans fare they were before Katrina. And Rue de la Course coffeehouse is still a favorite spot for a cup of java. Finding a place to stay in town is becoming increasingly easier* as more hotels reopen and fewer properties are booked solid with relief workers. Gay-popular mainstream hotels such as Hotel Monteleone, International House, the Royal Sonesta and the Renaissance Arts Hotel (to name a few) have resumed operations and have widespread room availability. Another excellent option is to book a room at one of the city's many gay-friendly B&Bs and inns. I stayed at the delightful Elysian Fields Inn, which owners Leigh and Jim Crawford bought in summer 2005. Despite losing the beautiful sun- deck to a fallen tree, these folks have done a commendable job reopening the inn and wel- coming guests. Other great gay-friendly lodging choices include the historic Rathbone Inn, the cozy Arts B&B and the funky Fourteen Fifteen Creole Gardens. The North Shore of New Orleans, whi...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN A DECADE. THE TIME HAS COME. robin hood must go. "Robin Hood" just won't go away. The school finance scheme which transfers local property tax dollars from so-called property-rich districts to property- poor districts in order to fund public education in Texas has been with us since the early 1990s. Governor Ann Richards persuaded the Texas legislature to pass a legislative version of Robin Hood after the voters of Texas had rejected a similar scheme (which required an Amendment to the Texas Constitution), by a two-to-one margin at the ballot box. What was originally a transfer of approximately 400 million property tax dollars from some school districts in Texas to others has become a taking of funds from targeted districts amounting to approximately $1.2 billion today. Those funds otherwise would have gone to fund their local schools or to lower property taxes in those districts which are subjected to double taxation as a result of Robin Hood. North Texas has ...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

■stvli starvoice AQUARIUS Jan 21-Feb 19 It's a great time for a new look and/or to redec- orate. Try something radically different, even if it's just an experiment. The shake-up will do you good. And if you decide you don't like it after all, hair grows back and you can always repaint. PISCES Feb 20-Mar 20 Something eating away at you is making you cranky and rude. Talk it out with a good friend whom you know can be trusted. Letting out your worst secrets in a safe place is a lot better than seeing them explode in a bloody awful mess. ARIES Mar 21-Apr 20 Your mind is made up, and you know where you're going. Hang on to that sense of determi- nation! As you assert your priorities, remem- ber that there are different ways of approach- ing your ideals. Don't confuse the path with the goal. TAURUS Apr 21-May 21 Be careful about how you deal with authority figures right now. Try to find ways to be coop- erative without having to give ground. Being sure of yourself is good, but it won't l...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

What exactly is Southwest Airlines doing to the Love Field Master Plan! If Southwest Airlines has its way, the Love Field Master Plan will become a worthless scrap of paper. Southwest's plan allows Love to expand dramatically to serve all fifty states. And the plan is already underway. Congress exempted Missouri from the Wright Amendment. As a result, daily departures from Love will grow from 125 to 149 flights. Adding just one state means a 20% increase in air traffic. More jets, more pollution, more traffic. And it means the end of the Love Field Master Plan. A plan that limits the number of gates at Love. It's meant to protect the quality of life in Love Field neighborhoods. Southwest agreed to the plan. Now they're working tirelessly to undermine it. As Southwest expands service at Love, others will follow. In fact, American has already announced 14 new flights from Love. If service to one more state has this much impact, service to all states is unthinkable. Southwest shouldn't...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

this week's best bets opera Dallas Opera closes season with Mozart's 'Magic Flute' Of Mozart's operas, perhaps none is as widely performed as "The Magic Flute," one of the seminal operas written in German. One of the most fantastical works in the canon, it is almost as famous for the inclusion of many references to Free Masons as for its lovely score and complicated plot, which involves a singing birdcatcher festooned in feathers, a missing princess under a spell and of course the mystical pipe of the title. The costumes were designed by Zandra Rhodes, who helped usher in the punk fashion aesthetic in the 1970s and designed costumes for Freddie Mercury. This production closes out the Dallas Opera's 2005-06 season. Fair Park Music Hall, 909 First Ave. Feb. 17, 22 and 25 at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 19 at 2 p.m. $19-$265. 214-443-1000. V JJi \ Carlos Acosta leaps into Bass Hall for Texas Ballet Theater performance Many ballet dancers want to be compared to Baryshnikov, but Carlos Acosta — perhap...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

calendar 17 FRIDAY COMMUNITY Triangle Networking Tarrant, for gay owned and gay-friendly busi- nesses. Dos Gringos, 1510 University Ave., Fort Worth. 6 p.m. $5. 817-496-3479. DFW Bi Net meeting. Gay and Lesbian Community Center, 2701 Reagan St. 7:30 p.m. 214-521-5342 ext. 1761. THEATER "Evita" by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. Presented by Lyric Stage. Irving Arts Center, 3333 MacArthur Blvd., Irving. Feb. 17—March 4. Thurs- day—Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at 2:30 p.m. $15-$29. 972-594- 1904. "Embracing." Present- ed by Stage West. Two friends who grew up in DON'T CRY FOR HER, ARGENTINA: Catherine Carpenter Cox plays the legendary Eva Peron in the church fhitt their faith Webber and Rice's "Evita," opening Feb. 17 at the Lyric Stage in Irving. and friendship tested | { ! when one comes out to the other at college. World premiere. Sanders Theatre in the Community Arts Center, 1300 GendyRoad, Fort Worth. Through March 12. Friday-Saturday at 8 p.m., Saturday-Sunday mati- nees at 3 p....

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

a M€W dRTS & Bel Ami As Low As $39.95 calendar Coming Soon - Live Dancers 10pmJ2midm^ W. Mockingbird Lane ^ BnfflBHwdiiifa) *Has*T$*as m$S \ f Phone 214-630-7071 / :ax 214-638-6929 // arry Hines Blvd. and ^™Tj^l-35E) _rJ Gay musician Buddy Bray leads Voices of Change in a concert celebrating the work of Nadia Boulanger with a program beginning at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Caruth Auditorium. Continued from Previous Page ing (medal round); bobsled (two-man). (3:30) Ch. 5 at 7 p.m. 19 SUNDAY COMMUNITY Dignity Dallas sponsors Roman Catholic liturgy. Bethany Presbyterian Church, 4523 Cedar Springs Road. 6 p.m. 214-521-5342 ext. 1732. Dallas Fort Worth Prime Timers. Gay and Lesbian Community Center, 2701 Reagan St. 3 p.m. Youth First Texas Collin County. 6000 Custer Road, Building 9, Piano. 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m. 214-879-0400. Longhorn Bowling League. Don Carter Cityview, 6601 Oakmont Blvd. Fort Worth. 5:30 p.m. 817-721-4110. Interweave meets for lunch. Community Unitarian Universalist Church, 28...

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

A new Phase at Phases Bar., Friday, Feb. 17th • 8:30pm - 1am Angle McWhirter and Buddy Shannahn Saturday, Feb. 18th • 10:30pm - 2am Karaoke with Paul Snave Sunday, Feb. 19th • 8:30pm - 12 Anton Shaw and Buddy Shannahn Thursday, Feb. 23rd • 8:30pm - 12 Angle McWhirter and Buddy Shannai ii > V Friday, Feb. 24th Grand Opening Linda Petty & The Main Event Buffet 7pm to 8:30pm Showtime 8:30-11pm p Saturday, Feb. 25th • 10:30pm - 2am Karaoke with Paul Snave Sundav, Feb. 26th • 8:30pm - 12 uenise Lee and Gary Floyd New Specials! Everyday Happy Hour til 9pm Tues - One Dollar Schnaps All Day & Night Wed - Happy Hour Prices All Day & Night New Lower Evening Premium Prices Phases Formerly Side 2 Bar Join Jerry Smith and friends Mon-Sat at 9am • Sun Noon to 2am 2615 Oak Lawn at Brown • 214.528.2026 GET PUMPED!!! / Always Open Full Gym Private Dressing Rooms Wi-Fi Internet Access Sauna Steam Room Whirlpool Pool h Patio 18+only y and meet Gym Trainer rHAEL! ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS F...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

Years Serving WORLDWIDE With Pride & Excellence ! calendar I h, l />> wwwJeathermasters.comjHaNg >■ AOL Keyword: Leather Master Wholesale Inquires Alwa'yslw£l< JilH Dallas K' 2525 Wycliff Ave. #124 Dallas, TX 75219 214.528.3865 Tue.-Sat., Noon-8:00PM Continued from Page 56 Leather Knights. Dallas Eagle, 2515 Inwood Road, Suite 107.7:30 p.m. Stonewall Democrats of Dallas. Ojeda's Restaurant, 4G17 Maple Ave. 6:30 p.m. 214-328-4906. Lesbian Book Club. Book this month: "Beyond the Pale" by Elana Dykewomon. Borders Books Music Cafe, 10720 Preston Road. 7 p.m. Julie at 214-363-1243. ART "African American Dolls: The Work of Kimberly Camp." Presented by the Black Academy of Arts and Letters, this exhibit of more than 45 handcrafted dolls commemorates Black History Month. James E. Kemp Gallery, 650 S. Griffin St. Through May 20. Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. 4 p.m., Saturday, noon^i p.m. 214-743-2400. BROADCAST "American Idol." The top 12 women perform. (2:00) Ch. 4 at 7 p....

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

THEATER "This Is Me Being Free." Presented by Murray Entertainment. A play about an African-American woman who celebrates Martin Luther King Day with a shocking revelation to her friends. Written by Tara Nicole Youngblood. Radisson Dallas Love Field Hotel, 1241 W. Mockingbird Lane. Through Feb. 26. Thursday-Sunday at 8 p.m., Saturday-Sunday matinees at 3 p.m. $5—$15. 214- 498-5815. BROADCAST "Dancing with the Stars." The competition nears the finale. (1:30) Ch. 8 at 7 p.m. "American Idol." The results show from the first live com- petition. (2:00) Ch. 4 at 7 p.m. "Survivor: Exile Island." Another castaway is ejected from the show. (1:00) Ch. 11 at 7 p.m. "Crumbs." New episode featuring Fred Savage as a gay man. (:30) Ch. 8 at 8:30 p.m. Winter Olympics. Women's figure skating (medal round); freestyle skiing. (4:00) NBC KXAS Ch. 5 at 7 p.m. 24 FRIDAY COMMUNITY Business Network Collin County luncheon. Westin Stonebriar. 1549 Legacy Drive. Frisco. 11:30 a.m.-l p.m. $20. 469-335-0606. Co...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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