Poet Christopher Hennessy drops in for a fascinating chat on rhyme, interviewing techniques and why we all should be reading far more gay poetry. Then, singer/songwriter Hannah Thomas joins us to share her energy, talent and appreciation for the amazing musical ride she is having.
We’re joined first by the divine, peerless and endlessly entertaining soprano extraordinaire Patricia Racette who shares tales of life on-stage and off and squares off in one of our most entertaining editions of the Newlywed Game. Then, our dear friend Kirsten Ott Palladino, editor-in-chief of Equally Wed magazine, returns with the latest wedding ideas, proposal techniques and to share a fact about gift-giving that rocks. Ken’s.
First up, funnyman Adam Sank returns with hilarious tales of nudity, Weather Girls, Elks and ziti! Then, our author-in-residence Kergan Edwards-Stout shares stories of family, holidays and maybe even a potential new Tu B'Shevat fable?!?
An entire episode dedicated to talking about HIV/AIDS. First up, clinician/researcher/humanitarian Dr. Gary Blick walks us through some HIV/AIDS history, gives us the current state of affairs and offers forth a crucial global perspective.
We’re talking inspired activism this week starting with Sister Vicious PHB one of the original founders of the legendarySisters of Perpetual Indulgence. Then we’re joined by Elyzabeth Holford, executive director of Equality Ohio, who teaches us how to move forward as a community…no matter which of the 3 “C” cities in in Ohio you may find yourself.
Piano man Brian Nash joins us to dish on everything from Tori Amos to gay cruises to former-call-girls-turned-chanteuses (?!?). AND, Dr. Frankie is back to answer your questions on fetishes, open relationships, exes and Boca Raton boobage. Seriously.
First up, the radiant Ingrid Elizabeth of Coyote Grace (one of our favoritest bands!) pops in to talk harmony, romance and to play the hardest ever edition of The Newlywed Game. Then, personal trainer/raw food chef Briana Stockton (and Dodger the Dog!) helps us live longer by extolling the virtues of jump-ropes and celery and decrying the evil of straws. Life will never be the same.
New and old friends! First Chef Camillo Sabella bakes up a scrumptious conversation about vegans, rosemary and being gay in the kitchen. Then, our pal Kiyomi McCloskey of Hunter Valentine rocks out as we chat about reality tv, all-girl-tours and t-shirts with skulls.
First up, jewelry designer Rony Tennenbaum drops in to talk about some interesting byproducts of marriage equality and to challenge our notions about the masculinity/femininity of what we put on our fingers.