We’re first joined by Erik Piepenburg, senior theater editor at The New York Times, for a wide-ranging chat covering his faithful love for Cleveland, his undying passion for theater and maybe even some small adjustments you can make to your script to keep him from walking out of your play during intermission.
First up, we welcome entertainer Nick Cearley to talk about the wonderful world of cabaret, the musical stylings of Sophie B. Hawkins, the creative influence of Menopause the Musical, his star turn as the Wicked Witch of the West AND how he’s able to strip down on stage: musically and fabric-ally.
We’re in a New York state of mind this week as we’re joined by Nathan Schaefer, executive director of Empire State Pride Agenda. This wide-ranging chat covers everything from the complex landscape of NY to how youth can get involved to how you can challenge complacency. SUCH great talk here!
In this world of bloggers and click-bait and pithy posts, is there room for long-form, in-depth engaging pieces on LGBT culture?
Why yes. Yes there is!
We’re joined this week by writer/journalist Chadwick Moore to talk about his newest pieces for Out Magazine and The Advocate. This extended chat traverses the nation from Bushwick to the Ozarks to some place in Tennessee where talented writers make up sayings.
Whether you are using your voice to build community through activism or music, this is the episode for you.
We’re first joined by Kylar W. Broadus to talk about his incredible career working with law, policy and amplifying the voices of trans people of color everywhere. Listen in to hear all about Kylar's truly storied career and all the amazing work still left ahead!
There’s clearly something in the water out there in California because that golden state is bringing us two golden guests this week!
First up, comedienne/actress/writer/goddess Julie Brown calls in for an absurdly entertaining chat about everything from Clueless to MTV to Scarecrow and Mrs. King! Listen in to find out if she wins a game based on questions from her very own past!
Holy rainbows, what an episode we have for you this week!
First up, legendary MTV News anchor and Rolling Stone editor Kurt Loder joins us to talk everything from Tina Turner’s stylings to Tori Amos’ ramblings to Eminem’s musings. And, he finally finishes a quote about Courtney Love from when she epically crashed his interview with Madonna at the VMAs.
New friends. Old friends. We're all joining together this week!
First up, the fierce and fabulous BeBe Zahara Benet, the original superstar of RuPaul’s Drag Race, glides in to teach a master-class in beauty, attitude, positive energy and how even a gay Jew from New Jersey (that’d be Ken!) can give OH-so-good face!
What do you get when you combine razor sharp humor, a sprinkle of farce, a dash of spoof, a ton of eye-candy and the Nanny from Nanny and the Professor? Well, the only possible product is Here TV’s outrageous, new sitcom From Here on OUT!
Our good and absurdly talented buddy Kristen Ellis-Henderson, founding member of Antigone Rising, returns to the show to dish about the music industry, to reveal that Ken is the band’s muse(!) and to come dangerously close to announcing a solo career.
A second chance to hear Ken go all fangirl as he is joined by A Great Big World, a band that you absolutely need to know. They’re. So. Good! All this AND our regular relationship/dating advice segment with Dr. Frankie. What if your pets are clashing? When do you know if she’s the “one”?
She’s ba-aaaack!! Mariah Hanson, creator of the lesbian extravaganza The Dinah, returns for her annual visit to talk all things bacchanalia: What were her early parties like? What sets her events apart from all the others? Why don’t people invite her out? How can Ken become a Cabana Girl?!?
Then, Ken sounds off on the news. For a while. Hey, Arizona has got him more than a bit riled up!