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Out in the Bay
released every Friday

Queer histories, herstories, theirstories and issues are explored with insight, sensitivity and humor each week on Out in the Bay. Broadcast 5 p.m. Fridays on KALW, 91.7 fm, SF Bay Area. Find past shows and staff favorites at www.OutintheBay.org

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  • Escape with Out in the Bay to a simpler place and time. Before monkeypox, before COVID, before traveling got so fraught. To a town its promoters claimed then was gayer than San Francisco (and where September is superb). Sit back, relax and hit “play.”
  • “I grew up in a very blue collar, working class, homophobic, and racist environment,” he recalled. Through literature, performance, and eventually writing and performing his own intentionally queer works, Rolston found his sexuality and his voice.
  • This week 7/28/22 - On the Arts, KALW’s radio magazine for the Bay Area performing arts, guest host Sarah Cahill talks with American Bach Soloist Artistic Director and Conductor Jeffrey Thomas | BAMPFA Artist Whitney Bradshaw OUTCRY photography series | Bowerbird Collective co-founder & producer Anthony Albrecht | West Edge Opera General Director Mark Streshinsky | Join us Thursdays at 1:00PM PST
  • Meet artist and actor Fayette Hauser, a co-founder of the Cockettes, the 1969-‘72 experimental San Francisco performance troupe known for eye-popping costumes, glittery beards and sexy musicals.
  • Hear about the transgender experience from singer-songwriter Nick Lawrence, a family coach and former foster-parent educator on LGBTQ topics. His new album, I Am A Man, is about his own transition.
  • The true story behind the first gay punk rock band today on Out In The Bay!
  • How do we find human connection and meaning? An author and poet finds peers on the Pacifica Pier.
  • This week Out In The Bay, we have the hosts of San Francisco Pride 2022 – Honey Mahogany and the legendary Sister Roma from the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
  • This week on Out In The Bay, meet Rick Thoman, a track and field athlete who shares 40 years of memories with the San Francisco Track and Field Club. Plus, Alice Smith joins us to preview the 14th Annual Pride Meet, taking place June 18th at San Francisco State University.
  • Meet the team working to bring life, art, and community back to the historic site of Harvey Milk’s Camera Shop in the Castro – Queer Arts Featured (Queer AF).