History of Gay and Lesbian Life in Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Print Media - InStep Magazine

Instep Magazine- Issue Excerpts
Volume 1, Number 4 -- March 22- April 4, 1984
Cover image
Ad: 1st Street Tavern, 10 cent beer bust
(page 2)
Masthead + Contents
(page 3)
News Brief: Ban on poppers sought after bizarre death of Mount Horeb man
(page 4)
Ad: Wisconsin Emperor & Empress Masqued Ball, at the Body Shop in Green Bay
(page 5)
News Brief: "Gays in Marriage" series in Milwaukee Journal; + Photo: Mardi Gras at Club 219
(page 6)
Ad: Your Place bar
(page 7)
News Brief: Police Chief Breier throws his weight around yet again
(page 8)
Group Notes: UW-Madison's 10% Society presenting Out & About gay/ lesbian awareness series;
Gay Community at UWM and Cream City Foundation co-sponsoring Spring gay weekend events
+ Photo: 10th anniversary at BallGame
(page 9)
The Gay Side cartoon
(page 14)
Steppin' Out: news on opening of Unicorn, and Club 219 Mardi Gras
+ Photos from Club Bath Milwaukee's Green Day
(page 15)
Steppin' Out, cont.: Parkway theatre showing gay films; Milw Area Lambda League; Ballgame anniversary (previously Castaways and Nightbeat)
+ Photos: Ballgame 10th anniversary party
(page 16)
Ad: Factory II
(page 17)
Steppin' Out, cont.: BAM/ Business Association of Milwaukee bar crawl to Chicago;
+ Photos: Mardi Gras at Club 219
(page 18)
International Mr. Leather
(page 19)
The Calendar
+ Ad: Shadows cocktails & dining
(page 20)
The Calendar, continued
+ Ads: Jo'Dee's bar, Racine, and 1101-West, Appleton
(page 21)
Ad: "La Cage aux folles" Now Open
(pages 24+25)

(page 32)
Dance Steps, by Factory II programmer/ DJ Kim Zweibohmer: top songs
(page 33)
Ads: Parkway Theatre, + Finale bar
(page 36)
Juicy Bits column, by W.W. Wells III
(page 37)

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(page 39)
the Guide
(page 40)
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the Guide
(page 43)



Credits: All cover images and text from In Step copyrighted;
Thanks to William Attewell for permissions to reproduce select items.
Artwork of Tom Rezza reproduced with his permission.
Page design and format by Don Schwamb.
Last updated: December-2008.