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OUT Radio

American Nightmare/American Dream with Diana Devlin

Welcome to Out Radio with your host, and the Director of the Well Being Center at the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center, Signy Furiya.

Each week on OUT Radio we highlight the LGBTQ Voice that often goes unheard.

Tonight We will be talking to: filmmaker Diana Devlin, the Director/Producer of American Nightmare/American Dream and recently screened the preview of her documentary at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck.

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Grannies Respond Documentary Screening-From Beacon to the Border

Grannies Respond Documentary Screening

Planet Seniors

Dr. Judith Taylor: Horticulture and Flowering Plants

We'll be speaking with Dr. Judith Taylor. After retiring from her profession as Doctor of Neurology with Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Dr. Taylor moved to California and took up researching the history of Horticulture.

Dr. Taylor will be sharing with us some interesting facts about flowering plants and how they migrated to the United States.

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Sporttalk with Dan Reinhard

Basketball talk with author Mike Delucia

It is Monday Night and time for Sporttalk with Dan Reinhard.
Talking Basketball with my guest Mike Delucia, author of the new book "MADNESS." A true story of Standford University basketball player Hank Luisetti, the Man who captivated a Nation and started a basketball revolution.

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Ternot MacRenato

Serving his adopted country in foreign war and going back to his native country to fight to bring about a revolution

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La Voz con Mariel Fiori

Let's Talk About the Business of War

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La Voz con Mariel Fiori

Thunder wants to compete at the Disney Cup, and Let's Talk about the Business of War with Martha Tepepa

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No One Like You

Sean Nixon: Welcome to the Real World

Professor Sean Nixon joins us to discuss his applied and real-world and applied learning program that helps bring students outside the classroom and into the field for a hands-on learning experience.

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