23: Good for the Gay Trees

  • We’re baaaaaack, just like your friend Herpes, and we’ve got a lot lined up for you. Marc Shaiman is the latest to tap into our Skype machine and will be telling us all about his prolific career, including “Hairspray” and “Prop 8: The Musical,” plus giving insight into Neil Patrick Harris, Shirley MacLean, and even his views on what’s in store for 2012. 
  • In Top to Bottom, we’ll make a final proclamation about your favorite is-he-or-isn’t-he gay CNN anchor; tell you why Breckenridge, Colorado, has become the doobie ski bum capital of America; examine the true motives behind the FDA’s crackdown on caffeinated booze drinks; and ponder the future of gay media since the demise of “The Advocate.” 
  • Music for Homos brings us a couple exciting discoveries: We’ve got a listener request from the very hoity-toity Yale University, and the homo lead singer of super suave British band Bloc Party has released a solo track. We’re devoting an entire segment to Swine Flu, which is wreaking havoc upon full figured women on subways, as well as cats in Middle America. 
  • Oh, and in case you missed us live and in the radio flesh on Sirius XM OutQ last week, take a listen to a clip we’ve got for you from the Frank DeCaro Show. Group Action brings you some international electronic communication from Mexico city and the lovely Kyrgyzstan! Tune in next week for interviews with Lance Bass, Dustin Lance Black, Victor Garber, Heather Mattarazzo, Kimora Lee Simmons, and a bunch more! And just remember…please recycle!

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