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43 minutes | Feb 29, 2016
The T With B Live Feb 28 Brionna Brooks Bianna Reyonce
Bradley, Paige & Allen invite Brionna Brooks & Bianna Reyonce into the studio for a lively discussion about pop culture and life.
36 minutes | Feb 21, 2016
Queeriosity – Stonewall Columbus Pride Volunteering
In this episode of Queeriosity, Bri talks with Liam Gallagher, Volunteer Coordinator; and Michael Miller, Volunteer, at Stonewall Columbus. They focus this discussion on Pride, what it takes to volunteer, and how to become involved.
54 minutes | Feb 21, 2016
The T With B Live Feb 21 Guest Josh Montavon
The T With B Live episode February 21, 2016. Bradley talks Kanye West antics & taste-tests marshmallow peeps. Guests Josh Montavon, Paige Passion & Robert Brinkley.
55 minutes | Feb 14, 2016
The T With B Live Episode February 14 Boyonce and Stella Boheme
On our T With B January 14 Live episode, Bradley talks with Boyonce & Stella Boheme, about Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Valentine's Day, and the icy roads. Co-host Allen calls in from the road, in Indiana. Several people call in for Valentine's shout-outs.
13 minutes | Feb 11, 2016
CATCO Presents ‘Mothers & Sons’ at Riffe Center
COLUMBUS, Ohio (TrueFM Online) – A poignant & breathtaking tale of love, loss, retrospect & healing will play out in downtown Columbus' Vern Riffe Center, as CATCO presents 'Mothers & Sons'. Click for tickets. “First of all, it’s a very strong female part, which you don’t always find. It deals with a subject many of us really struggled with and have personal experience with, losing many friends. I think that was really it, wanting to bring attention, the younger generation, who really don’t have a firsthand connection with the AIDS crisis,” says Jackie Bates, who plays Katherine Girard, the mother of the title, explaining why she wanted to participate in the play. David Vargo plays Cal Porter, the former lover of Katherine Girard’s son. She went back to visit him after all the years. “[Closure] is an issue with the play. She may be subconsciously looking for closure, but she really doesn’t know what she’s looking for. The last vestige of her family is Cal. She’s alone in the world, and Cal is the only connection to the person she loved. But she still resents very much- she has not come to terms with his sexual orientation, how he died,” Vargo said. Steven Anderson directs the production, and is Producing Director of CATCO. He chose the play. “I think this is a truly important play. In the play, one of the characters says this will be a chapter in a history book, then a footnote. I want to make sure that this isn’t a footnote. Actually, twenty years ago, I did another of Terrence McNally’s plays at the height of the AIDS crisis, Love! Valour! Compassion! So, this was an opportunity to, twenty years later, take a look at that work and inform a new audience and a younger generation who don’t really know what happened, because they weren’t here. So it’s ours to tell,” he said. First stage transmission in Los Angeles was in 1978, he says, and within a couple of years, every one of his friends were dead. Every single one of them were gone. “I was here watching that happen. A whole gener
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