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BDSM Lifestyle with Erotica & Fetish writer Maggie LaFae
This week on OUT Radio, our guest is Erotica and Fetish writer Maggie LaFae. The topic of conversation will be about BDSM and her personal experiences in the BDSM lifestye.
Applications for the Community Fund are now closed. Those seeking assistance should contact Family of Woodstock and ask
about the United Way of Ulster County’s Emergency Fund. Call 331-7080 during regular business hours.
Many thanks to the Kingston Resilience group who formed immediately after the “P.A.U.S.E” and began to address the issues of food and other security: Rise Up Kingston, O+, Wild Earth, Harambee, Kingston Land Trust, MyKingstonKids, Midtown Rising, Kingston Interfaith Council, Good Work Institute, Community Action, Kingston Food Coop, YMCA Farm Project, and The Current. Herzog’s, Kenco, and Ryan and Ryan Insurance also made significant contributions to the fund.
Additionally, much gratitude to Family of Woodstock for processing the applications and facilitating the disbursement of the funds.
Veteran acting husband and wife team Wayne Pyle & Heidi Eklund
We will be sharing with an amazing husband and wife team- one, Wayne Pyle, is a veteran actor and has his own acting school and two, Heidi Eklund, also a veteran actor who runs her own casting business. Their businesses are separate but they go hand in hand, both operating out of New Paltz.
My guest co-host Leslie Malin is back again with some more words of wisdom, in this very trying time, as we start to see a light at the end of this very dark tunnel.
Actor, writer, director, educator and amazing human being Zach Infante joins us. They talk about their debut in the 2003 film School of Rock, their experience as a genderqueer actor, and their work on such shows as John Leguizamo's Kiss My Aztec and Duncan Sheik's Alice by Heart.
Kingston with COVID-19, Day 74, what we need
This week an exploration of the music of the German Avante-Garde experimental rock group "Can", one of the most influential musical collectives of the past 50 years.
In Many Singing Voices
We listen to songs from Disc 6 of the box set Songs For Political Action - Folk Music And The American Left 1926 - 1953. The disc is titled The People's Songs Era: 1945-1949.
Takedown of "Planet of the Humans"
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