It’s our 250th episode (!!!) and we’re welcoming two of the most incredible guests around. First up, Eliza Byard, the Executive Director of GLSEN, joins us to talk about how our LGBT youth are currently faring in our schools and what you (YES YOU!) can do to get more involved to create an even safer climate.
Hilarity. Insight. Education. Art. All wrapped up in one episode! First up, the always-entertaining Fortune Feimster drops in to talk about her comedy, her tennis skills and her advice for young minds (randomly go to Spain!).
We dive into the wonderful world of LGBT publications this week. First up, we’re joined by Katie Glover, the editor of Frock Magazine (a truly stunning publication!), as we chat about everything from voice to building a vibrant trans community to dreadful English weather.
First up, indie-electro-pop-artist Darren Ockert returns with the release of his new album AND he and Ken launch their (soon-to-be-legendary) songwriting collaboration! Then, comic book creator Brian Andersen joins us to talk x-folks, gay heroes and…Cher-Hulk?!? All this and quite a bit of news from Ken including his obsession with Queen Latifah. Seriously…obsession.
A major announcement from our dear friend (and philanthropist and actor and emcee and…) Will Clark as we cover everything from Bingo to soap stars to Will proposing to Ken (at least, that’s what Ken heard). Then, we’re joined by the hilarious, adorable and delightful Ian Harvie who entertains and educates us with his unique perspective. A most fun episode!
One episode. 3 guests. So. Much. Fun! First up, NPR’s own Sonari Glinton and Zoe Chace join forces to talk about everything from Eydie Gormé to Kanye West to their new hit talk show that simply must be created if we have anything to say about it.
Hilarity and history, all wrapped up in one episode. First up, Erin Foley brings the funny as we talk about comedy, sports and, of course, gluten! Then, pioneering journalist Andy Humm joins us to provide his invaluable perspective on today’s LGBT events. Plus, a brief bit of a news round-up with Ken…outing: yay or nay? Sound off!
We’re ringing in 2014 in SO gay fashion. First up, we elatedly welcome NPR’s Neda Ulaby back to the show in the most wide-ranging chat covering everything from Midwestern gays to Winona Ryder to Supernatural fan-fiction and quite a bit in between. Then, the truly hilarious Dana Goldberg joins us to talk hungry vegetarians, Jewish mothers and the irrepressible fashion trend of polar bear ties.
A Rainbow Rewind for your holiday season! We’re talking legends of screen and stage (Heckart! Dietrich! Stritch!) with writer/director/producer Luke Yankee, including chatting about his Oscar-winning mother, his rock-solid father and his legendary turn as Tevye. All this, AND we find out what made Jodi a lesbian.
Singer/songwriter Nhojj wants to build an LGBT Center in Guyana and he needs your help to do it! Listen in to hear all about this unique and vital project. AND, our very favorite musical-ball-of-energy Daniel Gray takes on a new role as our Pop Culture Correspondent. The Sound of Music, Britney, Beyoncé…thumbs up or down? Find out by downloading this week’s episode today!
As Ken welcomes back two entertaining entertainers, there is no doubt that this week’s episode will entertain you! First up, political humorist Kate Clinton returns (after a 3 year absence!) to talk everything from LGBT progress to the Cheney sisters to Thanksgivukkah to death. Yes, that’s right...death.
Gobble gobble! We’re taking a step back this week to look at the wider LGBT landscape. And what better way to view the terrain than with two of our favorite media personalities?!? First up, Cathy Renna returns to talk about storytelling, Queens and the most fabulous 84 year-old around.
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.