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GDMAF fundraiser brings
Sweet Savage back to Dallas
David Hearn doesn't come off like your usual
party promoter. He has a little bit of Texas twang
mixed with some quiet reserve. You might never
believe Hearn is the guy behind the annual
Metro Ball and Friday's Gaga-a-Gogo party at
"Well, I hosted what had always been known
as the Virgo Party and that started 22 years
ago," he says. "It got too big for my small Piano
house so I moved it to Dallas."
But Hearn isn't just a guy throwing parties —
at least not anymore. Now, both annual events
are for a reason and that's the Greg Dollgener
Memorial AIDS Fund, named after his partner,
whom he lost to the disease in 1994. Two years
later, the fund was created and over time, the
fund has helped those with unique needs.
"We step in and help with issues that are a
bit different," he explains. 'We helped replace
one person's tires so he could travel to his doc-
tor. We worked to get one man a refrigerator
because he had medicine that needed to kept
cool. Where agencies can't quite help, we can."
But with funding cutbacks and a troubled
economy, GDMAF works to keep up through
special events. Friday's Gaga-A-Gogo party fulfills
that, but also brings back the iconic Dallas drag
queen Sweet Savage as Lady Gaga, pictured.
"We're glad she's coming to do this," Hearn
says. "I know many of the people will remember her
from days before."
Dressing up in costume was a big part of
Hearn's old parties and with a nod to that, he en-
courages those to partake in the Gaga "hat and
hair" contest. While Savage goes all out with her
look, guests can get their own bad romance on with
a Gaga-esque hat or 'do.
"We tried to make this event a little smaller, but
with plenty of fun things to do," he says. 'We know
its hard to continue to give, but we just hope to up
the level of donations and continue to help relieve
some of the stress people inevitably face."
— Rich Lopez
The Brick, 2525 Wycliff Ave. 7 p.m. $20.
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Kick-off gay pride weekend
with Gaybingo's first ever
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