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Thu December 20, 2012
Out in the Bay - 12/20/12 - Trebor Healey

New Novels from Trebor Healey

"Funny, poignant, and erotic," says one reviewer about "Faun," the new novel by Trebor Healey.   "A Horse Named Sorrow," his second new novel, has been called "sexy, cinematic." Marilyn Pittman talks with him about the new work, what drives his passion for writing sexy, emotional stories, and his San Francisco roots. 7pm Thursday 12/20.  (First broadcast Oct. 18. Happy Holidaze!)

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12:49pm

Tue November 27, 2012
Out in the Bay - 11/29/12 - Martha Wash on AIDS

Martha Wash & AIDS Emergency Fund on 30 Years Fighting AIDS

Martha Wash (of “It’s Raining Men” fame) shared a sneak preview from her new album, due out in January, with Out in the Bay's Eric Jansen and Mike Smith of the AIDS Emergency Fund. First Bay Area radio airplay, not yet on any other station!

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5:56pm

Wed February 22, 2012
Out in the Bay - Feb. 23, 2012

Marginalized faith communities featured in Santa Clara University museum photo exhibit

Vanessa, a transgender sex worker with her altar to Santa Muerte, in her SRO in San Francisco's Tenderloin. It's among many photos in Rick Nahmias' Golden States of Grace: Prayers of the Disinherited, now in Santa Clara University's deSaisset Museum.
Rick Nahmias

Golden States of Grace: Documentary photographer Rick Nahmias spent more than three years researching, photographing, and taking oral histories of 11 California faith communities outside the religious mainstream - including transgender sex workers in San Francisco's Tenderloin who worship Santa Muerte, Zen Buddhist San Quentin inmates, and an AIDS ashram in West Hollywood.

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