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Editor in Chief Allen Grubaugh Contributing Writers Blue Jean Granny DJ Arnold DJ Jeff White DJ Mark D DJ Wild Mario Mares Jennifer Webb Stephanie Mott Thomas “DJ Big Daddy” Edmond

March 1st, 2013 March 14th, 2013 Volume 1, Issue 46

Website: TWiTmagazine.com Facebook: fb.com/TWiT.mag Twitter: @TWiTMagazine1 TWiT Spotlight Perception

Contributing Photographers Allen Grubaugh Aryel Pena David Tritico Dov E Kupfer Eric Dickson Mario Mares Paul Stricklin

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Granny’s Kitchen 10 Corned Beef & Cabbage, Irish Soda, & Irish Bread TWiT Trans Focus 12 The Only Functional Response to HaTE TWiT DJ Spotlight DJ E-Nertia

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TWiT Music Charts 15 Top 40/Club Play, Club Traxx, Hot Country TWiT Retro Rewind Pet Shop Boys

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TWiT Music New Singles Reviews

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TWiT Events Calendar Events All Over Texas

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TWiT Bar & Club Guide Texas-wide GLBT Club Listings

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Homoscopes

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Professional Listings

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Classifieds

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Motivation By Jennifer Webb

Perception My next series of articles deals with perception, because it can get in our way more than most of us realize. And this week, let’s look at how we can avoid some major perceptual problems when it comes to how we communicate. What we see we assume others see as well, which would translate into believing that we all have the same expectation or want the same things from meetings or just think alike. And of course nothing could be further from the truth. We don’t think alike and therefore what we hear and see will always be interpreted differently. That’s a fact of life, and once we always know we need to check in, clarify and make sure messages are understood, the quicker we’ll be able to understand what each other need and want. Let me tell you about a classic perceptual experiment that has been seen by thousands. Two psychologists set up an experiment where a few students were asked to play basketball. Some students dressed in white, others in black. They then asked a test group of students to count how many passes those players in white made and exactly what they saw. No matter what the demographic, the results are always about 50/50, half the viewers just commented on the team and the passes. The other half noticed that a person in a gorilla suit came in front of the camera, pounded her chest and then walked off. The gorilla was on camera for several seconds, but half of all people viewing the video missed the gorilla. Take a look for yourself: http://www.theinvisiblegorilla.com/ gorilla_experiment.html. Here’s my point. We see and hear what we expect to, and often when we’re focused on something else (our agenda, issues that are highly relevant to

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us) we miss what’s in front of our face. And we’re not alone. Everyone out there is doing the same thing we are. So in communicating with others, in order to make sure their perception of any conversation is the same as yours, one of the smartest things to do is ask. “What do you see the three key points from the meeting were and the action plan?” Or oneon-one, you might say “Let’s be sure we’re on the same page and recap what we just discussed.” All of us know this, but in our crazy, we-neverhave-time-for-anything life, we forget the ground rule, forget we are all (thank goodness) designed a little differently. One more key point to perception (since we know it’s always subjective) is to remind ourselves that no matter what the encounter, whether it’s a crucial business meeting, a glass of wine with a friend or a short briefing with a colleague, it’s important that we convey a sense of caring. This does not mean touchy feely, or superfluous gestures, just a reminder we are interested and listening. Remember it doesn’t matter what we’re trying to get across or how “right” we are, it’s the perception that always colors the outcome. People need to feel important, justified, listened to. It’s a small thing, but can be enormous for those around us and can make all the difference! Jennifer Webb is a Business Communications Specialist, Motivational Speaker, and Author who has been making an impact on America’s Top Organizations and traveling the world inspiring audiences, and changing lives. Jennifer’s website is www.magiccomm.com

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adding back the veggies, if removed, just to warm. 8. Serve with a good mustard.

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A good rye bread is great served with this, but here is a quick and delicious loaf of bread you can whip up when you get home and let it bake while you relax a little.

By Blue Jean Granny

Corned Beef and Cabbage Irish Soda Bread & Irish Coffee Top of the morning to ya. Are you Irish? Of course you are, on St. Patrick’s Day everyone is Irish. So get out that green shirt, brush up on the words to O’ Danny Boy, lay in some good beer and lets learn how to cook our favorite St. Patty’s Day dish Corned Beef and Cabbage. Now do not let the length of this recipe scare you. First of all, you are going to cook it in a crock pot, so it can cook while you are at work.

Corned Beef and Cabbage 2 1/4 carrots, cut into 1 inch pieces 2 1/4 parsnips, cut into 1 inch pieces (no parsnips, use more carrots) 2 1/4-3 lbs corned beef brisket 2 medium onions, cut into quarters 8 small red potatoes, halved (if potatoes are large just quarter them) 1 small head of cabbage, cut into wedges keeping the core on each wedge so they stay in wedges 1 1/2 teaspoon mustard powder 1 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 3/4 sprig thyme (if the store is out of fresh thyme just use a couple good pinches of dried) 3/4 teaspoon sugar 9 ounces Guinness stout 3/4 cup water 3/4 teaspoon salt 3/4 teaspoon pepper Directions: 1. Place carrots & parsnips into crock pot. 2. Add corned beef brisket & onions. 3. Mix together beer, water, sugar, dry mustard, garlic powder, sprig of thyme, salt and pepper. 4. Pour into crock pot, set on low. 5. Cover & cook on low heat for 8 hours, at the end of that time if carrots, parsnip and onions are tender you can remove them, placing them in a covered dish. 6. Add cabbage wedges and potatoes to crock pot & push down into liquid. 7. Turn crock pot on high & cook 2 more hours

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Irish Soda Bread 4 cups all-purpose flour 4 tablespoons white sugar 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup margarine, softened 1 cup buttermilk 1 egg 1/4 cup butter, melted 1/4 cup buttermilk Directions 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Lightly grease a large baking sheet. 2. In a large bowl, mix together flour, sugar, baking soda, baking powder, salt and margarine. Stir in 1 cup of buttermilk and egg. Turn dough out onto a lightly floured surface and knead slightly. Form dough into a round and place on prepared baking sheet. In a small bowl, combine melted butter with 1/4 cup buttermilk; brush loaf with this mixture. Use a sharp knife to cut an ‘X’ into the top of the loaf. 3. Bake in preheated oven for 45 to 50 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center of the loaf comes out clean, about 30 to 50 minutes. You may continue to brush the loaf with the butter mixture while it bakes. Finish up with a steaming cup of Irish coffee.

Irish Coffee 5 to 6 ounces freshly-brewed strong black coffee 1 measure or shot (2 ounces) Irish whiskey 2 teaspoons brown sugar 2 teaspoons heavy or whipping cream, lightly whipped M-m-m-m-m! I can taste it now. What a meal you are having tonight. Hope you invited a friend or two to share it with you. Well I think you are set to have a great celebration, so until next time work smart, play hard and take time out for a cookie. Show Blue Jean Granny how much you love her recipes and hints or make a dish suggestion for upcoming articles. You can reach her by email at Granny@TWITmagazine.com

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she was right. I was trying to understand why it had all happened. And she was right. I do not have the right to possess that answer. I was holding onto something that was not mine.

Trans Focus By Stephanie Mott

The Only Functional Response to Hate He has changed so much. He has really grown. He is doing good things. These are the words the man said. Talking about me. A couple months ago. At a gathering for celebration of my seven years sans alcohol. My celebration was ended in a cruel, intentional moment of pure ignorance and prejudice. Evidence clearly concluded that this was no accident. A purposeful act. Intended to bring pain to me. Its mission was accomplished. All I could think of was that I needed to respond, rather than react. I suppose the interspersing of a breath or two has resulted from the knowledge gained by activism. That effectiveness is not nearly so much a product of reaction, as it is a product of response. And I did respond. Simply making it clear that what had happened was unacceptable, but steering clear of causing additional harm. The gathering soon came to an end, and true friends who witnessed the inexcusable attack on my soul, came to my side. Needing to know for their own well-being, as well as mine, that I was ok. A particularly wonderful friend suggested that we hop over to the neighborhood coffee bar, and visit for a bit. I was all too happy to receive his genuine act of love. As we visited for perhaps an hour or two, I began what would be a month long adventure of processing all the things I thought required by those two or three minutes of purposefullydelivered pain. I had the power. I had the power to bring harm to my perpetrator. Serious, significant harm. Yet I do believe that the only functional response to hate is love. Through grace greater than me, I chose to do no harm. A couple weeks later, on Thanksgiving evening, the same friend who comforted me, and a very dear sister-friend, were helping me talk about the things about which I needed to talk. You might not want to hear this, she said, but you might not have a right to the answer you’re looking for. Of course,

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And so, the matter of processing moved from the arena of why did it happen, to the arena of why did it hurt so badly. There was never any conscious thought that what happened was about me, or my womanhood. My mind never considered it. Not even for a single moment. But my heart doesn’t always have access to the same information as does my mind. Another couple weeks later, sharing a meal with my very dear sister-friend, the answer to this question – which I do have a right to – had become clear. As luck would have it, I find myself attracted to men. If sexual orientation were a choice, I would make a different one. However, I don’t get to choose my sexual orientation. On the rare occasions when I am referred to in the masculine these days, it is nearly always by a man. Almost never by a woman. What my heart believed, that my mind knew was not true, was that this man’s inability to see me as a woman was a statement about how all men see me. If a man does not see me as a woman, how on earth will he see me as a person with whom he can share his life. For a month, my heart held tightly to the idea that my prince would never come because he would not be able to see me as a woman. There is a new mutually-agreed-upon understanding between my heart and my mind. My prince will see me completely as a woman. And he is out there somewhere. Just waiting for the right moment. I have always been me. I just lived in a very small, dark world for a very long time. I did not become a woman. I stopped pretending to be a man. My, how much different it is, to live in the light. My heart is healed. At least, my heart is healed enough to feel sorrow for a man who still lives in a very small, dark world. And I still believe that the only functional response to hate, is love. I am blessed to have a great many people in my world who teach me this on a daily basis. Strange that I should learn more about love by standing up to hate. I suppose the interspersing of a breath or two has resulted from the knowledge gained by activism. That effectiveness is not nearly so much a product of reaction, as it is a product of response. And I did respond. Simply making it clear that what had happened was unacceptable, but steering clear of causing additional harm.

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not only talk music, but make requests! “Whenever I’m playing I prefer to keep the DJ booth unlocked if possible. I like for people to feel they can approach me with any questions or requests.”

DJ Spotlight By DJ Mark D

DJ E-Nertia HOUSTON Let’s face it, everyone wants to be a DJ. The music, the party, the possibilities – it can all be very enticing. Out of the hundreds of DJs we have in each of our Texas cities alone, few are in it for the shear love of the music. Enter one of my all-time favorite DJs: Marc Nicholson, a.k.a. DJ E-Nertia. He’s not an overly commercial DJ, in fact, if it’s being driven down your throat on the radio, you won’t hear it in his sets. It takes a lot of very legit talent to avoid playing all the hits, much less be sought after – and of course employed! Marc’s DJ journey started in 1993 when he was 18. Like many of us, the cool songs were ONLY on vinyl for the club DJs, so if you wanted the song, you had to buy the record. Buy the record he did, and in great volume, “I had been collecting records since I was 14 and had built up a small arsenal of vinyl by that point.” Scouring the record stores, Marc indulged in building a collection of the music he loved. “When it comes down to it, I’m just addicted to music. I always have been. My father always had a groovy record collection and I loved sneaking into that closet anytime I had the chance. I almost got away with it until I scratched his copy of Phil Collins “No Jacket Required.” He caught on to my game when he noticed a gash across the a side. Thats’s when Herbie Hancock was blowing up his single “rock it” and I was trying learn how to scratch I guess. Oops! Even though I was only 12, I will have to say that was a hell of an album at the time.” Buying the music and DJing are two different things – and Marc didn’t know how to DJ, but everything came into balance through a friend of his. “My friend, Tony, got a Gemini Scratch Master DJ in a Box kind of set up as a graduation present. I borrowed it for a weekend, learned how to beat mix and never looked back. I immediately started trying to work my way into any underground party going on at the time. I was hooked!” E-Nertia loves to mix it up and has been a pioneer with regards to music video mixing. Way before we had DVD turntables and Serato with the video plugin (Mpegs), Marc was working videos into his set to add dimension. Musically, he’s specialized himself in underground music – both old and new. Plus he’s the kind of guy you can come up to and

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Marc currently works at ETRO Lounge and Hughes Hanger in Houston. “I’ve been working at ETRO for a few years as their resident Video DJ. Every Friday and most Saturdays, I play an Alternative Retro video show. I don’t always hold tight to that description though. I do like to slip a great Scissor Sisters or Presets track in from time to time. It’s always a good time!” At Hughes Hangar, E-Nertia focuses more on modern High Energy and House videos. Throughout his career, he’s been able to put a few notches in his belt that any DJ would love to have, “I will have to say the topper was opening up for Ferry Corsten in 2005. I played a three-hour set and when he showed up, he asked me to keep it going for a bit because he was digging it. I felt excited like a little kid. That was the best complement ever!” Of course there’s the one even I envy: “last year we had an Andy Bell of Erasure tribute party at ETRO. We were rocking it that night, and by the end Andy was in the booth singing with me. I could hardly contain myself!” “I really like what’s going on with the music scene right now for the most part. There’s so much crossover stuff and collaboration projects going that it’s keeping everything really interesting. I thought the music industry was just pounding too much hip hop and rap down our throats for way too long, but now even that approach is different. Just look at who David Guetta is working with and how much that changes the landscape. Even others like Martin Solvieg and and now Calvin Harris working with Rihanna. It’s just refreshing! It’s great to hear a hit radio track again at 128 bpms instead of under 100. It just seems like it has been awhile. I love the new trend.” When you’re in the mood to dig a little deeper than just the same old pop hits and view music as a tapestry that makes your night, check out DJ E-Nertia (Marc Nicholson) at either ETRO or Hughes Hangar in Houston! Most assuredly, you’ll see me there – under the mirrorball! TWIT

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Music Charts Top 40/Club Play

Club Traxx

DJ Wild (Bayou City Bar)

DJ JD Arnold (Eagle Houston) DJ Jeff White (Ranch Hill Saloon)

1. Pour It Up - Rihanna

1. One Good Reason Eddie Thoneick

2. Fckin Problem - A.S.A.P. Rocky ft. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar 3. Lil Wayne - No Worries 4. Bandz A Make Her Dance Juicy J feat. 2 Chainz & Lil Wayne

2. Free To Be Loved - Andrea Paci with Barbara Tucker 3. Hold Me - Ono featuring Dave Aude

Hot Country/Western

1. Tornado - Little Big Town 2. Did It For A Girl - Greg Bates 3. I Drive Your Truck Lee Brice 4. Beer Money - Kip Moore

4. My Love Is Blind - Teddy Douglas Feat. Margaret Grace

5. She Cranks My Tractor Dustin Lynch

5. All Gold Everything Trinidad James

5. Let Me Live Again Colton Ford

6. Merry Go Round Kacey Musgraves

6. Ball - T.I. feat. Lil Wayne

6. Planet Called Love David Morales & Ultra Nate

7. American Beautiful The Henningsens

7. Right Now - Inaya Day & Robin

8. Let There Be Cowgirls Chris Cagle

8. Joy - Suzanne Palmer

9. I Can Take It From There Chris Young

7. Do My Dance - Tyga 8. Swimming Pools (Drank) Kendrick Lamar 9. Pop That - French Montana feat. Rick Ross, Drake & Lil Wayne

9. Flavor - Tori Amos 10. Girl On Fire - Alicia Keys

10. Right Now - Rihanna feat. David Guetta

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Pics - San Antonio Nightlife Photos by Allen Grubaugh & Mario Mares, see more pics at TWiTmagazine.com

Essence Dancers Dalton, Grey, Dante

Chase Jones at Bonham

Emilio, Marco, Melody, Danny at Silver Dollar

Luis, Ernesto, Claudio, Jesus, Tomas, Sabiro at Silver Dollar

David, Andre, Alejandro, Cort at Essence

Mimi at Sparkys Pub

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Michelle, Melanie at Bonham Exchange

Martha & Jamie at SAAF

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Alayna Marquez at Bonham

Roger at Sparkys Pub

Anthony, Josh at Essence

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Retro Rewind By JD Arnold

Pet Shop Boys In 1983 I flew out to San Francisco to visit with friends and to see fellow DJ Johnny Contreras. Johnny and I had worked together for Jerry Vann at Babylon (Numbers nightclub) and at The Mining Company. Johnny was such a fun person and an amazing DJ with a cutting edge in music and in wit! Johnny had left Houston to become one of the resident DJ’s at the renowned Trocadero, San Francisco’s premier Gay dance club. We arrived early at the club on a Saturday night full of anticipation and ready to dance our asses off. We were not disappointed! Johnny tore the roof off and kept us on the dance floor until closing. Johnny was a master at dropping the tempo at peak time yet keeping the dance floor full and the energy level high, which is not easy to do! At around 3 am he dropped a track that sounded so unique at that time that the memory still stays with me. It was the first time I heard ‘West End Girls’ by the Pet Shop Boys, which is my Retro Rewind for this week. The laidback feel and hip hop influence combine to make a track that is irresistible. I could not get the track out of my head and when Johnny and I went on to the ‘End Up’ for after-hours I managed to find out from him what it was. Later that day I secured my own white label copy before returning to Houston. It turns out that it was produced by Bobby O and was later released on his Bobcat label. It soon become a big club hit for me too, but in general it remained a little known underground record until it got re-recorded in 1985. This time the producer was Stephen Hague and the mix has a more polished sound than the original recording.

On it’s second release I started to get requests for it every night as the rest of world caught on to the genius of the track. Neil Tennant’s spoken vocals became embedded in our brains and we could all lip-sync to it, and probably still can! I would combine both mixes as the track gained a new life, two years after I had originally started playing the track. The new version garnered radio play and was soon heard on all the more progressive stations. It finally crossed over to the pop stations and became a massive pop hit hitting the number one spot in the United States and the UK and even won best single at the Brit Awards that year. It was featured on The Pet Shop Boys debut album, ‘Please’ which included the followup hit releases of ‘Opportunities’, ‘Love Comes Quickly’ and ‘Suburbia’. The album made the Top 10 in both the US and the UK. Watching the ceremonies for the Olympics this year reminded me of just how popular the Pet Shop Boys have become over the years. Their cutting edge images, biting lyrics and haunting melodies created the ultimate 80’s group that has managed to stay relevant through until today. I still look forward to their new releases with welldeserved anticipation and know they will choose the right remixers to keep them at the forefront of current dance music. I am happy to play any of their tracks at The Eagle on our Classic ‘54 Sundays’ – just ask me!

I personally still prefer the first production, as has more of an urban raw feel!

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Music By Thomas “DJ Big Daddy” Edmond

New Singles Reviews Here are 3 HOT! singles I been checking out and I love, theses new songs and 2013 is looking good so far .There is a lot of talk about some big names dropping singles and new albums this year, and I as a music fan can’t wait , This year you will hear new tunes from NKOTB (yes, New Kids On The Block) Lil Wayne, Lady Gaga, Mariah Carey, Lisa Loeb, Tamar Braxton and even old faves like Jeffery Osborne(L.T.D), Eric Burdon(WAR) and Charlie Wilson (The Gap Band).Since we are having this ki-ki about new music let me tell you about these 3 singles I cant stop playing and I hope you check them out also or let me know what you like . So I say get your I-Tunes gift cards out of your pockets get on line and get all this new hotness

Justin Timberlake - “Suit & Tie ” RCA/Sony Music He’s back!! Yes, baby Mr. J.T., himself Justin Timberlake. “Suite & Tie” is the 1st single from his up coming new album “The 20/20 Experence” . This song is so damn sexy and I am loving it . It’s nice to hear Justin back in the studio, its been too damn long, since his last album “Future Sex/Love Sounds” in 2006 but I have open arms for him (bed also) and this song , Like many mega stars he is changing the game but sticking to home with his team , so yes, his mentor and partner in crime, Timberland is helping to make this a hot track and its smoking. “Suit & Tie” is classic R&B in the style of blue-eyed soul men like Robin Thicke, Daryl Hall (Hall & Oats) and new comer Alex Boyd, so its smooth and I like the fact J.T. is sticking to his R&B roots that’s what threw a lot of folks off when the song drop, they just forgot this man is a R&B crooner and he can sing .. no .. sang. The critics love this song and being #1 in 10 counties as of this review I think Mr. J.T. has a huge hit and ready to show all us what made him a mega star.

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Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins “Champion ” Shee Entertainment This is a voice that we have not heard from since 2000 and it’s nice to hear T-Boz (TLC) back in action, she has a voice like no other ,its so relaxing and hearing her makes you think of TLC .well she has been thru some major drama (brain tumor, bankruptcy and divorce) but now has a new tv show (Totally T-Boz) new single and is gearing up for the 20th anverisary of TLC. If you seen the show , you know she is working hard on he long awaited solo album if you have not seen the show , catch up, its very good. “Champion” is produced by T-Boz and her older brother and it sounds like classic TLC and it’s very uplifting. Now that we have a smooth out single I can’t wait to get a hot dance floor/ club single and see if you still has it ,cause she use to tear up the dance floor with TLC .

Destiny’s Child - “Nuclear ” Columbia /Sony Music The ladies of DC3 took over the world of girl power super girl groups after the break of the Spice Girls and TLC and they had it all , hits, style, drama, glamour and then like all girl groups it was time to go solo.The ladies all have done well as solo acts , with movies, solo cds hits and Broadway and have always teased us with cameos on each others solo projects, but with the release of a new DC3 love songs cd they have given the fans a treat with “Nuclear” written by Michelle Williams and Pharelle Williams(N.E.R.D). I really don’t know if its brand new or a song that was sitting in the Sony vauts but that’s ok the song has fire to it and its great to hear the ladies all together, now the question is Where is En Vouge??, if DC3 and SWV can get out new music then why cant those ladies?? Thomas “DJ Big Daddy” Edmond operates PrideDJsRadio.com and can be reached at DJBigDaddy@TWITmagazine.com.

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Pics - Galveston Nightlife Photos by David Tritico, see more pics at TWiTmagazine.com

Kara Dione at 3rd Coast

Share, Meloney, Andra, Sondra, Ashley, Annette at Stars Beach Club

Serena De Raven and Marcus at 3rd Coast

Robert and Ryan at Stars Beach Club

Marcus, Anthony, Gregory at Stars Beach Club

Christy and Autumn Club Pride, Webster

Robert and Gene at Stars Beach Club

Melissa, Valeri, Tami, Stace at Jack’s Pub

Scott and Rodney at 3rd Coast

Haley and Christy at Stars Beach Club

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Amber, Keith, Tera, Lori at 3rd Coast

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Lexi, Cara, Larissa, Mandy, G, Micheel at Jack’s Pub

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Pics - Austin Nightlife, TWIT Event Photos by Jonathan Joyner, see more pics at TWiTmagazine.com

Aryel Serving Shots

Keith, Gabriel, Blado, & Skylar

Randy & Oscar

Crail, Garrett, Doc, and Joey

Jeremy, Eric, & Steve K

Martin & Frankie

Tim & Jeremich

Allen & Leandro

Randy & JR

Paul, Randy, Malcolm, & Joshua

Chip, Ethan, & Noel of Frot Vodka

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Gary T with his Frot Vodka

The Awkward Lovers

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Dougy, Daniel, & Dean

Zac, Ethan, Jesse

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Pics - Austin Nightlife, TWIT Event Photos by Jonathan Joyner, see more pics at TWiTmagazine.com

Ivan, James, & Michael

Tony, Steve, & Shawn

Michael, Mendy, Raymond, & Phillip

Dylan & Alex

Jake & Leo

Alfonso & Michael

Jake, Leo, Jonathan, Mikey, JayCub

Jim with his Frot Vodka

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Stanley & Darren

Centerfold Model Ethan Ayers

Rodrigo, Alex, Rodolfo, & Lance

Mario of TWIT

JayCub

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Pics - Houston Luey Events Photos by Paul Stricklin, see more pics at TWiTmagazine.com at The RipCord

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Pics - Houston Nightlife Photos by Paul Stricklin, see more pics at TWiTmagazine.com

Lea, Matt, Uri, Melody at SOBE

Chris, Chris, Paul, Ben at George

Nicholas, Nathan at F Bar

Mitchell, London, Jason at F Bar

Javier, Wally at Crocker

Jeremy, Jay at Crocker

Cullens, Lilia, Suan, Gergo at South Beach

Cameron, Joe, Brandon at F Bar

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Kobi at Meteor

Allen, Jack, Don, Damon At Meteor

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Pics - Fort Worth Nightlife Photos by Eric Dickson, see more pics at TWiTmagazine.com

Colten & Jessica at Rainbow Lounge

Michael & Erica at Best Friends

Tish, Chris, Jacob & Terry at Reflection

Gianni & Cameron at Konnection

Tony, Eddy & Azarel at Rainbow Lounge Jake at Reflection

Dan, Hollister & Justin at Reflection

Jose at at Rainbow Lounge

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Megan at Rainbow Lounge

Henry & Shania at Best Friends

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Rusty, Karen and Donnie at Reflection

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Pics - Dallas Nightlife Photos by Eric Dickson, see more pics at TWiTmagazine.com

Serena Smuckers & Nick at Cherries

Bunnie at Brick

Poker at The Brick

Kevin at The Brick

Kim & James Douglas At Woodys McKenna, Karmen at Jr’s

Tj & Staff at The Eagle

Jake & Friends at BJ’s

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Jake & Eric at The Eagle

Edna Jene Robinson at S4

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Ben at The Brick

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Pics - Miss Gay Dallas at The Round Up Photos by Eric Dickson, see more pics at TWiTmagazine.com

Kristi Yumicuchi

London Lee

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 5 contestant Alyssa Edwards

Sally Sparkles

Christopher & Kamara Akcion Aspen Tyler

Alll Star Line Up

Jacob & Anthony

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Judges

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Linze Serell at The Round Up

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Events Friday, March 1

Houston

Dallas Dallas Bears and Leather Knights First Friday Club Night, Dallas Eagle, 5740 Maple Ave., Dallas, TX, 10 pm

El Paso

L.U.E.Y Leftovers- Slightly Re-heated, Tony’s Corner Pocket, 817 W. Dallas, Houston, TX, 3 pm, a benefit for GCAM

Monday, March 4

Austin

Nikko’s Birthday Bash and Celebration at Club Lotus 201 N. Stanton St. El Paso

Bloody Mary Monday at The Iron Bear 9:30p The Iron Bear 121 W 8th St Austin, TX

Longview Amateur Drag Night, Rainbow Members Club, 203 S. High, Longview, TX, 8 pm

Saturday, March 2

Galveston Stars on Stage @ Stars Beach Club, 3102 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX

San Antonio

Austin

The All New Martini and Heels @ Luther’s 1422 N. Main Ave., San Antonio, 9-midnight

Austin GEARS monthly Gear Night 10pm Chain Drive - 504 Willow Street Austin TX

Tuesday, March 5

Dallas Dynamic Duets @ Dallas Eagle, 5740 Maple Ave., Dallas, line up @ 6pm - Contest @ 7pm

Houston

Dallas NLA: National Leather Association General Meeting, Resource Center Dallas, 2701 Reagan St., Dallas TX , 7-9 pm,

“Scruff: Official Houston Invasion” at Eagle Houston, 213 Milam St - Houston. 9-?

Wednesday, March 6

Sunday, March 3

Austin

Austin

Karaoke with Kenny at The Iron Bear 9:30p The Iron Bear 121 W 8th St Austin, TX

Beer Bust Sundays @ The Iron Bear, 121 W. 8th St., Austin, TX, 2 pm til close, free food served between 5:30pm and 7pm, Burgers and Brew Sunday, ‘Bout Time II, 6607 IH-35, Austin, TX, 4-6 pm

Dallas TGRA Dallas: Chapter Meeting, Round Up Saloon, 3912 Cedar Springs Rd., Dallas, TX, 1:30-3:30 pm Supafly Trash Disco @ Dallas Eagle, 5740 Maple Ave., Dallas, TX, 4-9 pm

Galveston

San Antonio Back Door Wednesday @ the Heat, 1500 N. Main, San Antonio, TX , 9 pm

Thursday, March 7

Austin Thursday Buffet Night 5-7pm Bout Time II, 6607 IH-35, Austin, TX

Dallas Bear of the Month, Dallas Eagle, 5740 Maple Ave., Dallas, TX , 10 pm

Undie Sundie @ Stars Beach Club, 3102 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX

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Sunday, March 10

WEBB Party Kick-Off Event, The Brooklynite, 516 Brooklyn Ave, San Antonio, TX, 6-9 pm,

Dallas Mr. and Ms. Brick Pageant, The Brick, 2525 Wycliff Ave, Dallas, TX, 7 pm

Talented Thursdays with Alayna Marquez Bonham Exchange, 411 Bonham, SATX

Fort Worth

Friday, March 8

Trinity River Bears Cookout, Club Reflection, 604 S. Jennings Ave., Fort Worth, TX, 4-7 pm

Austin

San Antonio

Big Gay Kickoff Party, Oilcan Harry’s, 211 W. 4th St., Austin, TX, 6-10 pm, celebrate the start of SXSW 2013

Beer Bust @ the Annex, 5 pm 330 San Pedro Ave., San Antonio, TX,

El Paso

Tuesday, March 11

A Night of Color - Dress To Impress, 9 pm Club Lotus, 201 N. Stanton. El Paso, TX

San Antonio

Galveston 2nd Annual “A Night of Extraordinary Ladies” Showtime 10 pm at 3rd Coast Downtown 2416 Post Office St. Galveston, TX

The All New Martini and Heels @ Luther’s 1422 N. Main Ave., San Antonio, 9-midnight

Friday, March 15

Dallas

Men’s Night Out at Stars Beach Club, 3102 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX

Houston Get Nasty! TWIT Model Search & Jock Auction @ Houston Eagle to find the regions most HOT & NASTY models coupled with a jock auction benefiting Lazarus House and giveaways! 9pm to very late Eagle Houston, 213 Milam Street, Houston

Bear Happy Hour- TBRU Style, 5-8 pm Woody’s Sports and Video Bar, 4011 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas , TX

Houston Lone Star Classic Registration and Beer Bust, George Your Country Sports Bar, 617 Fairview St., Houston, TX, 6-10 pm

San Antonio

Saturday, March 9

St. Patrick’s Celebration @ Essence, 1010 N. Main, San Antonio, TX, doors open at 2 pm

Austin

Saturday, March 16

Road Trip to TRBU ft DJ Todd 9p-2a at The Iron Bear 121 W 8th St Austin, TX

Galveston

Dallas

Lucky Leprechaun Party, 2 pm till close 3rd Coast Downtown, 2416 Post Office St

Dallas Shakedown - TGRA Show, Dallas Eagle, 5740 Maple Ave., 6-10 pm

Galveston

Sunday, March 17

Incredible Drag Show @ Stars Beach Club, 3102 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX, showtimes 11 pm and midnight

San Antonio

Spring Hometown Glory @ The Room Bar, 4915 FM 2920, Suite 148, Spring , TX, 8 pm

4th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Street Party, Sparky’s Pub, 1416 N. Main, San Antonio, TX, doors open at 3 pm TWIT Model Search at starting at 9pm

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Famous Birthdays March 1 Justin Bieber March 2 Daniel Craig March 3 Jessica Biel March 4 Chaz Bono March 6 D.L. Hughley March 7 Rachel Weisz

March 8 Nick Zano March 9 Emily Osment March 11 Thora Birch March 12 Liza Minnelli March 13 William H. Macy March 14 Billy Crystal

Aries March 20 April 19

Gemini May 21 June 20

You have a fertile and loving imagination but may lack the practical know-how to use it constructively. Be more realistic; accept lovers as they are--accentuate their positive points, and minimize the negative. Mobilize your efforts, ask for assistance, and remember to say thank you.

You have good sense about what to get from a relationship--your expectations are realistic and basic. Therefore, you’re rarely disappointed when things falter or halt because you’re always straightforward and honest and willing to go that extra mile. Lovers must provide you emotional challenge, in order for you to feel that you are accomplishing something--you like tangible, not hopeful, results. More often than not, you’re the stabilizing influence in personal matters.

Taurus April 20 May 20 Of course you dream of the ideal partner. You’re not inclined to settle for second best nor for anyone who is unable to take care of him or herself. You place high value on lovers who are aware of what pleases you, and you always make time to let your companion know exactly what makes you happy. However, it’s a good idea to focus on the strengths of your mutual chemistry instead of continuously discussing your own demands

Cancer June 21 July 22 Lovers adore you because you don’t challenge them. You have a keen awareness of what’s necessary to make a relationship work and quickly relate those requirements to their partner--unfortunately, many times before anybody gets a chance to get a word in edgewise! You’re not aggressive, but it’s a good idea to let others do the driving every now and then. Alert and verbal lovers suit you best; strong but silent types drive you batty. Leo July 23 August 22 Strong, self-motivated lovers spell happiness for you. You’re attracted to well-known people or those deemed outstanding in their profession because you enjoy excellence, celebrity, and everything that money buys. You don’t go for clingy, co-dependent types, preferring those who confidently tend

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to their own business and know how to take care of themselves. Nothing makes you feel worse than loneliness. Virgo August 23 September 22 Although you enjoy schedule and predictability in a relationship, you never make excessive demands on your lover. You are very understanding and don’t expect everyone to life up to your standards or dreams. A good negotiator, you know hot to gently tailor your demands to your lover’s personality instead of the other way around. You dislike emotional outbursts, always looking for peace, not problems. Libra September 23 October 22 You are an affectionate, considerate, and imaginative lover who’s not afraid to show your vulnerable side to partners--for you, relationships are all-or-nothing! Libras are security junkies and deeply concerned about being well-sheltered and living in a peaceful environment (and hopefully with a lover)--even if it’s outrageously demanding on your time. Your single biggest flaw is your talent for acting impetuously, rushing off half-prepared. Scorpio October 23 November 21 Lovers adore you because you rarely challenge their ideals or intentions (key word being rarely, not never). You have a lucid awareness of what’s essential for a relationship to work and clearly define and relate them to a partner. Even though you’re not an aggressive type, it’s a good idea to let others do the driving every now and then and explain their two cents worth of intention. Alert and verbal lovers suit you best; overly passive, silent types get you comatose on the get-go. Sagittarius November 22 December 21 To a certain extent, you know how to subtly manipulate partners to ensure that you get the

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attention you need. Passive-aggressive lovers bore you, although your intention is never to control or hurt you. However, you have a tendency to worry, frequently spouting their frustrations to inappropriate acquaintances. Everyone want a good return on their investment--whether emotional or economical. Embrace your weaknesses as well as a lover’s, and always target improvement and excellence! Capricorn December 22 January 19 Young at heart regardless of age, you believe that there is no limit to Love. Because companionship tops Capricorns want list, you’re always willing to do or try anything necessary in order to keep a relationship healthy and alive. (Even though you’re a bit of a snob, you hate being alone, don’t you?) You are well-suited for older or mature partners--those who have been around the block and know how to fend for themselves. Aquarius January 20 February 18 You have an easy-going, low-key approach to relationships. Lovers rely on you because you stay in control of any emotional ups-and-downs. You are especially supportive to persons whose moods are steady, ones who motivate rather than waiting for you to make the first move. Your nature suggests that you are never demanding and are quite adaptable. With your effortless natural charm, you stand out in contrast to those who dramatically struggle for center stage. Pisces February 19 March 20 Your greatest handicap is an unwillingness to let go of the past, prior mistakes, and personal history. Try to maintain a realistic emotional pace with lovers and not cut off your nose to spite your face or purposely set yourself up for disappointment. Chances are, you’re harder on yourself than loved ones are on you. Instead of always being the giver, try asking for something in return. Receiving can be a very nice thing.

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Bar & Club Guide THIS WEEK IN TEXAS

Drama Room Exklusive Grapevine, The

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79603

325.672.5731

212 SW 6th Ave 701 S Georgia St 309 W 6th St

79101 79106 79101

806.372.7997 806.342.9000 806.374.3029

76012

817.801.9303

78701 78701

512.414.2950 512.522.4044

78701

512.480.9017

Arlington TX 1851 Club Arlington 1851 W Division

Austin TX 606 Basement, The

606 E 7th St 422 Congress Ave # B

214.443.6020 214.556.1395 214.522.8466

4006 Cedar Springs 3923 Cedar Springs 4350 Maple Ave. 5334 Lemmon Ave 600 S Industrial Blvd 3909 Cedar Springs 2615 Oak Lawn Ave 3326 N Fitzhugh Ave 3911 Cedar Springs 3903 Cedar Springs 3912 Cedar Springs 2514 Hudnell St 4011 Cedar Springs 3333 N Fitzhugh Ave

75219 75219 75219 75209 75207 75219 75219 75204 75219 75219 75219 75235 75219 75204

214.526.9494 214.528.1004 214.520.6676 214.599.8834 214.741.2125 214.521.4205 214.528.3333 214.559.4663 214.526.7171 214.559.0650 214.522.9611 214.526.6365 214.520.6629 214.526.9519

2520 N State Hwy 91

75020

903.463.6086

1215 E University Dr

76209

940.566.9910

504 N Stanton St 508 N Stanton St 310 E Missouri Ave 610 N Mesa 510 N Stanton St

79901 79901 79902 79901 79901

915.315.0262 915.577.9555 915.351.0095 925.222.5483 915.881.4912

506 N Stanton St

79901

915.351.1896

2620 E Lancaster 2637 E Lancaster 2500 E 4th St 604 S Jennings Ave

76103 76103 76111 76104

817.413.2332 817.420.9258 817.870.8867

5025 Bowser Dallas, TX 75209 214.526.0620

Amarillo 212 Club R and R Sassy’s

75219 75219 75219

Hidden Door, The

Abilene 220 Club

3851 Cedar Springs 4207 Maple Ave 3902 Maple Ave

‘Bout Time II 6607 North I-35 Austin,TX 78729 512.419.9192

Havana Lounge JR’s Bar Kaliente Kitty’s Bar Los Rieles Mining Company Peker’s Pub Pegasus Station 4 Sue Ellen’s Round Up Saloon Tin Room, The Woody’s Dallas Zippers

Denison TX Good Time Lounge Chain Drive

504 Willow St

Mable Peabody’s

Iron Bear, The

El Paso TX

121 W 8th St Austin,TX 78701 512.482.8993 www.theironbear.com Lipstick 2 OCH-Oilcan Harry’s Rain Rusty’s

Denton TX

606 E 7th St 211 W 4th St 217b W 4th St 405 E 7th St

78701 78701 78701 78701

512.474.2950 512.320.8823 512.494.1150 512.482.9002

Orleans St Pub-Patio 650 Orleans St

77701

409.835.4243

77803

979.823.6174

8 1/2 Briar Patch, The Chiquita’s Bar Club Alive! Epic

Pish Posh 3115 Alameda Ste. A El Paso, TX 79905 915.500.3672

Beaumont TX Bryan TX Halo Bar

121 N Main St

Corpus Christi, TX Seven Triangle Vault

Fort Worth TX 512 S Staples St 609 McBride Ln 424 Schatzell St

78401 78408 78401

361.289.1442

4026 Cedar Springs 325 Centre St 3215 N Fitzhugh Ave 2525 Wycliff 2506 Knight@ Maple 600 S Riverfront Blvd 5740 Maple Ave

75219 75208 75204 75219 75219 75207 75235

214.559.0720 214.941.2145 214.526.9510 214.521.3154 214.443.0499 214.741.2125 214.357.4375

Dallas TX Alexandre’s Barbara’s Pavillion BJ’s NXS Brick, The Cherries Club Los Rieles Dallas Eagle

Tool Box, The Best Friends Club Changes Club Los Rieles Club Reflection

Jack’s Pub 2406 Post Office St Galveston Tx 77550 409.539.5595 Crossroads Lounge Los Rieles Konection Rainbow Lounge

515 S Jennings Ave 2500 E 4th St 1002 S Main St 651 S Jennings

76104 76111 76104 76104

817.332.0071 817.420.9258

3rd Coast Downtown 2416 Post Office St. Pink Dolphin, The 1706 23rd St. Maria’s Place 3909 39th St Robert’s Lafitte 2501 Avenue Q

77550 77550 77550 77550

409.621.1806 409.621.1806 409.771.6336 409.765.9092

75156

903.887.0853

817.870.2466

Galveston TX

Stars Beach Club 3102 Seawall Blvd Galveston, TX 77550 409.497.4113

Gun Barrel City TX Garlow’s

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Houston TX 611 Hyde Park Pub Bayou City Bar&Grill Blur Brazos River Bottom Club 2020 Crocker Crystal Nightclub Eagle Houston EJ’s EVO Lounge F Bar

611 Hyde Park Blvd 2409 Grant St. 710 Pacific 2400 Brazos St 2020 Leeland St 2312 Crocker St 6680 Southwest Fwy 213 Milam St 2517 Ralph St 2707 Milam St 202 Tuam St

77006 77006 77006 77006 77003 77006 77074 77002 77006 77006 77006

713.526.7070 713.522.2867 713.529.3447 713.528.9192 713.227.9667 713.529.3355 713.278.2582 713.236.8777 713.527.9071 281.554.3336 713.522.3227

Electric Company Essence

Guava Lamp 570 Waugh Dr JR’s 808 Pacific St Meteor 2306 Genesse St Michael’s Outpost 1419 Richmond Ave Montrose Mining Co 808 Pacific St Ripcord 715 Fairview St South Beach 810 Pacific St TC’s Show Bar 817 Fairview St Tony’s Corner Pocket 817 W Dallas St Viviana’s 4624 Dacoma St

713.524.3359 713.521.2519 713.521.0123 713.520.8446 713.529.7488 713.521.2792 713.529.7623 713.526.2625 713.571.7870 713.681.4101

1607 F. Veterans Mem. 76541

512.472.2782

78209 78212 78212 78218

210.820.0906 210.299.4222 210.227.2623 210.257.0712

78212 78212

210.525.0915 210.737.9191

24704 I-45 Frontage 77386 4915 FM 2920 Rd #148 77388

936.441.6426 281.907.6866

714 Laurel St

71854

870.772.6900

229 E NASA Pkwy

77598

281.557.4800

15256 Hwy 110 S

75791

903.509.2248

1205 Lamar St

76301

940.322.2996

Luther’s Cafe 1500 N Main Ave San Antonio,TX 78212 210.227.2600 106 Pershing Ave 1402 N Main Ave 1812 N Main Ave 8011 Webbles Dr

Sparky’s Pub 1416 N Main Ave San Antonio,TX 78218 210.320.5111

The Saint 800 Lexington Ave San Antonio,TX 78212 210.225.7330

Killeen TX The Beach

210.212.6635 210.223.5418

1500 N Main Ave San Antonio,TX 78212 210.227.2600

One O Six, The Pegasus Silver Dollar Saloon Sparks Club 77019 77006 77006 77006 77006 77006 77006 77008 77019 77092

78212 78212

Heat

George 617 Fairview St Houston, TX 77006 713.528.8012

820 San Pedro Ave 1010 N Main Ave

Laredo TX El Maguey Bar Lounge 4415 Hwy 359 Zebra’s Nightclub 1416 Houston St

78046 78040

956.774.0446 956.727.0113

75601 75601

903.757.4884 903.753.9393

2211 4th St

79145

806.744.3744

3300 N McColl Rd N Ware Rd at Daffodil

78501 78501

956.627.3312 956.682.8019

2319 E 2nd St

79762

Longview TX Lubbock TX

Ranch Hill Saloon Room Bar, The

Texarkana AR

McAllen TX Club 33 PBD’s Lounge

Chute, The

Waco TX

Trix

Odessa TX Sinciti

10127 Coachlight St 2211 San Pedro Ave

Spring TX

Decisions Club 2103 E Marshall Ave Rainbow Members Club 203 S. High Club Luxor

The SA Country Wax Club

110 S 6th St Waco,TX 76701 254.714.0767 trix@trixclub.com

San Antonio TX

2015 Place

Webster TX

2015 San Pedro Ave San Antonio,TX 78212 210.733.3365

Club Pride

Whitehouse TX Outlaws

Wichita Falls TX Annex, The 330 San Pedro Ave 78212 Babio’s Eat Drink & Dance 527 W Hildebrand 78212

210.223.6957 210.409.7245

Odds Bar, The

Bonham Exchange 411 Bonham San Antonio, TX 78205 210.271.3811 www.bonhamexchange.net Boss, The

1006 VFW Blvd

78223

210.550.2322

Creed 18730 Stone Oak Pkwy Ste 108 78258 Colbalt Club 2022 McCullough 78212 Cowabunga 402 E Travis 78205

210.233.6249 210.251.2027 210.226.1338

Brass Monkey 2702 N. Saint Marys St. San Antonio, TX 78212 210.584.0103 facebook.com/brassmonkeytx @brassmonkeytx

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Professionals THIS WEEK IN TEXAS

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Texas Statewide / Printers Resource Printing Services GLBT Printers for the state of TEXAS www.resourceprint.weebly.com..... 210.829.0842

Nationwide / Self Help Multiply Your Success in 2012 Communications & Performance Coach helps companies & individuals reach goals J. Webb ........................................775-232-7753 www.magiccomm.com

Austin / Legal Services Illegal Towing Concerns? www.texastowingcompliance.com Pat Johnson .................................. 512.680.3190

Austin / Photographers Seductive Sensations Photography Freelance imagery for individuals, couples, and groups. arystarpromotions@gmail.com Photagrapher: Aryel Pena .............. 512.905.2194

Dallas / Photographers Eric Dickson with Arcus Media Voted Dallas’ Best Photographer 2012 www.arcusav.com......................... 972.467.1123

El Paso / Photographers Dov E Kupfer in El Paso Dek018@aol.com .......................... 915.309.5658

Galveston / Bed & Breakfast Villa Bed & Breakfast www.thevillabedandbreakfast.com 1723 25th Street Galveston, Tx 77550 ..................... 409.766.1722

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Houston / House Cleaning Maids in Trousers Cleaning with a Gentlemanly Flair! Edwin Chovanec ........................... 832.468.5478

Houston / Photographers Paul Stricklin www.SeeOwl.net ........................... 281.932.4863

San Antonio / Graphic Designers Javier Lopez, Graphics Design & Photography PurpleLenzPhoto@gmail.com ........ 210.324.6406

San Antonio / Funeral Services Sunset North Funeral Home, Terry Goleman 910 N. Loop1604 East, SATX........ 210.495.7770 www.sunsetnorthfuneralhome.com

San Antonio / Hair Salon Chop Shop Hair Lounge Misha Ortiz, Owner/Stylist Open Tuesday-Saturday, by Appointment 5801 S. Flores, San Antonio, TX .... 210.912.6668

San Antonio / Locksmiths Apollo Pop Lock Specializing in Emergency Unlocks 24 Hr Service in San Antonio ......... 210.250.1205 Ricookguin1234@gmail.com

San Antonio / Photographers ILM Productions NY Photographer in SA Richard Munguia .......................... 917.334.6177 R Wayne Ashabraner MenOfOlympia.com San Antonio, Tx ............................ 210.279.6505

San Antonio / Real Estate R Wayne Ashabraner Real Living / Best Homes Realty 4800 Fredericksburg Rd. Ste 101 San Antonio, TX 78229.................. 210.279.6505 saladocreekranch@aol.com

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Classifieds THIS WEEK IN TEXAS

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Austin / Health Clubs - Gym - Fitness Big Tex Gym 1921 Cedar Bend Drive # A130 Austin, TX 78758 ........................... 512.363.7376 bigtexgym@gmail.com.........www.bigtexgym.com

Galveston / Tours Precise History Paranormal Tours facebook.com/precisehistoryparanormaltours Galveston, Tx ................................ 832.618.4446

League City / Health Clubs - Gym - Fitness Iron Den Gym 1611 Dakota League City, TX 77573 .................. 409.234.IRON www.thrirondengym.com

Nationwide / Male Enhancement New Male Enhancement Supplement Effective in 45 minutes. Lasts up to 3 days Great for Diabetics, All Natural, No Side Effects We ship directly to you 210.798.5433 .......................... 877.543.3501 #2

Spas & Clubs Midtowne Spa Club Dallas Midtowne Spa Club Houston Midtowne Spa ACI The Executive Health Club

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5815 Airport Blvd, Austin 512.302.9696 2616 Swiss, Dallas 214.821.1990 2509 Pacific, Dallas 214.821.8989 2205 Fannin, Houston 713.659.4998 3100 Fannin, Houston 713.522.2379 27 Elmira, San Antonio 210.223.2177 402 Austin St, SanAntonio 210.299.1400

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