LGBT

8:08pm

Thu September 4, 2014
Politics

Out In The Bay 9/4/14

Interview with Tom Nolan, long time San Francisco gay rights leader on the LGBT Aging Policy Task Force.

Read more
Tags: 

1:40pm

Wed August 20, 2014
Out In The Bay 8-21-14

A Gay History: "For My Brothers"

For My Brothers

The wild and crazy times of gay male life in San Francisco during the 70's and 80's are told in this memoir from someone who lived through them, miraculously. Marilyn talks with author Mark Abramson about his book, "For My Brothers." Thursday, August 21st, 2014. 7:00pm Pacific. 

Read more

2:20pm

Thu July 17, 2014
Out In The Bay 7-17-14

The Gay Mayor Of Salt Lake City

Troy Williams

  

Troy Williams is known as "the gay mayor" of Salt Lake City. He is an award-winning broadcaster, host of KRCL's "Radioactive" there. He has been at the forefront of the fight for marriage equality in a red state dominated by the Mormon church. He has news from that front, plus excerpts of his interview with feminist Kate Kelly, who made headlines June 23rd when she was ex-communicated by the Mormon church.  

  Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 7pm Pacific.

Read more

9:48am

Tue July 8, 2014
Out in the Bay ~ 7/10/14 ~ 7pm Thursday

The First Lady's Lesbian Love in "Hick: A Love Story"

Photo by Liz Payne

  

7pm Thursday. Historians debated for decades whether Eleanor Roosevelt was a lesbian. Writer Terry Baum's and director Carolyn Myers' new play, Hick: A Love Story - The Romance of Lorena Hickok and Eleanor Roosevelt is about the romance between arguably America’s most influential First Lady - the wife of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, President during the Great Depression and World War 2 (1933-45) - and the USA’s most prominent woman journalist at the time. Eric Jansen hosts this conversation with Baum and Myers, in which they perform scenes from the play to preview it for Out in the Bay listeners, 7pm Thursday. Hick: A Love Story, co-presented by the Crackpot Crones and Theatre Rhinoceros, runs July 10-27 in San Francisco's Eureka Theatre. All performances are FREE, but reservations are required

Read more

9:38am

Wed June 11, 2014
Out in the Bay ~ 6/12/14 ~ 7pm Thursday

Kitka sings hidden poems of Sophia Parnok, "Russia's Sappho"

  

Uncovering a censored lesbian poet from Russia’s Silver Age. As Russia continues its anti-gay crackdown, Oakland-based women’s chorus Kitka performs "I will remember everything," a world premiere of a cappella music that gives voice to poems by Sophia Parnok, a censored lesbian poet from Russia’s Silver Age a century ago.  Some call Parnok “Russia’s Sappho.” Out in the Bay's Eric Jansen and Nora Elmeligy stopped by Kitka's rehearsal Monday night to capture some of the sumptuous music being prepared for the June 20-22 premiere, and to speak with Kitka director and singer Shira Cion and composer Eric Banks, who translated Parnok’s poems and set them to music, about their inspiration for this concert.  Broadcast: 7pm PDT Thursday, June 12, on kalw.org + 91.7 FM SF Bay Area. [photo: Myles Boisen]

Read more

Pages