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Charlotte Robinson: LISTEN: Paul Vitagliano, AKA DJ Paul V, Discusses His Book 'Born This Way: Real Stories Of Growing Up Gay'

Born This Way: Real Stories of Growing Up Gay features the stories and childhood photos of over 100 notable public figures from the gay community. The book evolved from Vitagliano's blog of the same name, which he launched as a way to support LGBT youth.

Mash-Up: March 4, 2013

- A New York City panel featuring Gov. Andrew Cuomo, which is set to discuss his efforts to pass a bill publicly finance elections in New York, has abruptly been closed to the press. The Friday morning event, sponsored in part by good government groups such as the Brennan Center, was being advertised to the media last week as open to the press. Show More Summary

Rep Tom Taylor discusses Dunwoody School System and Public Forum: Improving Public Education in Dunwoody

Representative Tom Taylor was recently interviewed on Star 94 discussing his bill that would pave the way to create the Dunwoody City Schools district. The interview can heard by clicking this link. Public Forum Hosted by Dunwoody Parents...Show More Summary

Charlotte Robinson: LISTEN: Lauren Bedford Russell, Reality TV Star And Jewelry Designer, Talks LGBT Issues And Living With Multiple Sclerosis

This week I talked with jewelry designer Lauren Bedford Russell, who starred in season 3 of Showtime's hit reality series The Real L Word. Last July, as her season was airing, Lauren was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: Obama Inaugurates Progressive Patriotism in the Speech

Varied commentators think the Inaugural showed a "Democratic Reagan." So we ask an actual Democratic Reagan -- Ron -- and Nicolle Wallace their view and whether Obama was paradoxically Reaganesque in ending Reaganism. And will "Seneca Falls, Selma, Stonewall" be this era's "Ask not..."?

Robert J. Elisberg: Still the Greatest You've Never Heard Of -- and Now It's Back

Fiorello!, you see, was the very first musical chosen by the renowned Encore! series in New York, where the NY City Center brings back great, less-known shows, in trimmed down productions. And now, in honor of the series' 20th anniversary... they are bringing it back.

SL Letter of the Day: Gay Slaves, Power Bottoms, and Bonus Advice

Can the Master in a gay BDSM encounter bottom during anal? I'm having a little disagreement with some friends about this. I'm not into BDSM but I like to take charge during sex. I could be top or bottom in a particular encounter, but I'm always the dominant one regardless. Show More Summary

The Interview with SAM's New Director: Hear Kimerly Rorschach for Yourself

Kimerly Rorschach loves this Thomas Gainsborough painting, which is coming to SAM next month. And this other portrait, at left (photo by Robert Wade), is Kimerly Rorschach posing with a painting from the Ancestral Modern show of Australian aboriginal art at SAM last year. Show More Summary

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: Huffington and Matalin Clash Over the New Obama

In a week of big headlines and big anticipation of a second Inaugural -- only the 5th in 50 years -- Arianna and Mary are at odds over the President's new aggressive leadership style on guns and debt. Mary sees a swaggering demagogue while Arianna likes his trajectory.

Jason Salzman: CO Springs Talk-Radio Host: Gays Kissing on CNN "Disgusting"

KVOR talk-radio host Jeff Crank and his producer were chatting Jan. 5 about how horribly trashy CNN's New Year's Eve special was. But one thing that really pissed off Crank was CNN's first on-air kiss of 2013.

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: Hagel and NRA on Defense -- Who Will Prevail?

Reagan & Matalin debate why Hagel is on defense over going to Defense. Since he's a wounded warrior who reflects the re-elected president's views -- with no John Tower problems -- he'll likely end up on top. NRA? Mary says ok to universal background checks but not "liberal shibboleths."

The Benediction That Wasn't

The crew running Obama's inauguration invited an evangelical preacher to give the benediction at his second inauguration and... it turns out that the guy gave a blistering anti-gay sermon that popped right up when you Googled him. So the gays, still annoyed about the anti-gay preacher who gave the benediction at Obama's first inauguration, blew up. Show More Summary

Wade Norris: 2013: Ground Zero for Fracking

This November, against all odds, the town of Longmont, Colorado, passed the first Fracking ban in CO. In support of the citizens of Longmont and to inform and encourage other communities in Colorado, Be the Change held a rally and performance event.

Once Tom Carr Called Me Up to Shout at Me

This year, to raise money for Northwest Harvest, current and former Stranger staffers are telling stories about times people have called us up to shout at us. SO WITH NO FURTHER ADO IT'S... A few years ago, I was covering a fiasco involving the Faire Gallery and former City Attorney Tom Carr. Show More Summary

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: Will a Grand New Party Evolve on Immigration and 'Violence' Reduction?

Spitzer & Matalin debate whether the GOP -- after its Latino drubbing and the Newtown massacre -- can shift on immigration to avoid political suicide and on guns to reduce homicides.

Jason Salzman: CO Republican Congressman Acknowledges GOP Losing PR War on Fiscal Cliff

KNUS' Steve Kelley was on the right track with his question about the GOP PR problem, but to get to the heart of the GOP's fiscal-cliff problem, he should have contrasted Rep. Cory Gardner's head-spinning response with Obama's crisp lines on the topic.

Senator Called "Liberal Douchebag" for Helping "Wetbacks" Go to School

State senator Ed Murray from Seattle got a call the other a day. A man had apparently read this Seattle Times article that said Murray intends to sponsor legislation "that would open state-funded college aid to low-income graduates of...Show More Summary

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: If 2012 Signals a 'Rolling Realignment,' What's the GOP 3.0?

Obama won gays, latinos, 18-29s, and women by, respectively, 50/35/25/11 points -- and ran 40 points better than Romney on who favored middle class over big business. Ron Reagan and Mary Matalin debate whether a Republican Reset means 'evolving' on tax rates and "social issues."

Jason Salzman: The Painful Republican Road From Nasty to Nice

The tone of the Greeley radio show with Devon Lentz and Tom Lucero changed just after the election when Lentz and Lucero talked to Michael Barrera of the conservative Libre Initiative, which is advocating that Republicans be nicer to Hispanics.

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