Tag: edition september

Pet of the week • 09.30.11

Genevieve Genevieve is a sweet girl who was transferred to Operation Kindness from a local shelter. She enjoys going on walks, playing with dogs or fetching a ball with you. She will make someone a wonderful companion. Genevieve...

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Death • 09.30.11

Wendy Churitch, 55, died suddenly at her home in Irving early Thursday morning, Sept. 29. Churitch was born July 26, 1956, and grew up in Chicago. She moved to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in 1980. She was known and much...

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Investigation clears gay Fort Worth teacher

Kristopher Franks set to return to work Friday after 4-day leave stemming from allegations of improper behavior Tammye Nash  |  Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com FORT WORTH — Gay Western Hills High School teacher Kristopher...

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LifeWalk steps off Sunday in Lee Park

Nobles says that park will not be fenced this year but is worried about added cost and barrier affecting next year’s event KICKING UP THEIR HEELS | The LifeWalk organizing committee gets ready for Sunday.   DAVID TAFFET  | ...

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Best bets • 09.30.11

Friday 09.30 You had us at ‘howdy,’ Big Tex When the Food Choice Awards rolled out fried bubblegum as the Most Creative winner, we weren’t immediately on board. Yes, we know it’s a marshmallow that tastes like gum, but do we get...

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Bitter Girl • 09.23.11

We are re-running previous Bitter Girl strips while the cartoonist is on vacation. This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition September 23,...

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Pet of the Week • 09.23.11

Shasta Shasta is a snowy white shepherd mix. This sweet girl is about 6 months old and currently weighs 28 pounds. Shasta is friendly, alert and gentle. She should be good with other dogs, children and adults of all ages....

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Overcoming fear and finding passion

Landon Starnes had to step outside his comfort zone to compete as Lotta Pink in the Miss LifeWalk Pageant Landon Starnes as Lotta Pink Tammye Nash  |  Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com Talk to Landon Starnes about his...

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Dallas Video Fest gets a little queer

The Dallas Video Festival kicked off Wednesday, but they saved the gay content for this weekend. Here are some highlights. For a complete schedule and more information, visit VideoFest.org. Our New Family. Dallas-based...

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‘Tempest:’ You, us

Kevin Moriarty is a director who embraces the full spectacle of Shakespeare, and while you can disagree with his decisions sometimes, you have to respect his commitment. He likes elements we might consider by-products of the...

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Best bets • 09.23.11

Saturday 09.24 Spend the weekend with Candis We were excited to see trans actress Candis Cayne land the juicy role of Carmelita Rainer on Dirty, Sexy, Money and then sad to see it go after two seasons. Now we can see the...

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From screen to stage

Q Cinema veterans tackle live theater with the guerrilla-like QLive! CURTAIN UP! | Producing partners Todd Camp and Kyle Trentham have theater backgrounds, but QLive! is a departure from the movie-focused work their...

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Pet of the Week • 09.16.11

RANGER My name is Ranger and my brother’s name is Zorro. We have had a strong bond with one another ever since we were rescued from awful conditions by an Operation Kindness Volunteer. We are about 5 years old and fully grown....

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Starvoice • 09.16.11

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAY Twiggy turns 62 on Monday. Known mostly for her mod, androgynous look of the ’60s, the style icon was one of fashion’s first supermodels. She returned to fashion somewhat as a judge on America’s Next Top...

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ilume Gallerie gets its Pride on

The ilume Gallerie is settling into the start of its third year in its space (its sign went up last week) just in time for Pride, and as always, there’s plenty of diverse art to appeal to every taste. The current exhibit, More...

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TRAVEL DIARY

Bus tours and hosted walking tours of cities are popular ways to learn what sights and stops to hit, but technology is making human contact so less relevant. GPSmyCity.com has developed smartphone apps for 180 international...

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Pride Performing Arts Fest wraps up

Uptown Players’ inaugural performing arts festival, timed to coincide with Dallas Pride, was a risky venture, if only in training theatergoers to seek out new plays mid-week and in repertory. But the experiment has paid off so...

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TASTING NOTES

This summer, Dallas became the latest Texas city to go fearless — with the Fearless Critic: Dallas Restaurant Guide. The collection of reviews and ratings of hundreds of local restaurants is a fun, informative romp through the...

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A decade of remembrance

RIDERLESS CARRIAGE | Ten years after 9/11, the American landscape looks far different — for gay rights as well. What a difference a decade makes. In September of 2001, days after the loss of lives on 9/11 scarred America, the...

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