On the new “This Way Out” (hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle), tracing the tunes and times of Romanovsky & Phillips (Dixie Treichel talks with the duo about their decades of music after they sing “The Prince Charming Tango”)… the Gay Games turns 30 (on-scene coverage from the first quadrennial event in 1982 by Debi Fidler and Joan Sprague)… and in “NewsWrap” (reported this week by Abby Dees & Wenzel Jones and produced by Steve Pride), New Zealand’s Parliament pops the question, Tasmanian lawmakers also propose marriage, a gay-affirming play is shuttered in Uganda, anti-gay/anti-woman planks signal dry rot in the GOP platform, and Christian conservatives blame gays for Hurricane Isaac.
All that — and more this week — when you discover “This Way Out: the international gay and lesbian radio magazine,” the world’s audio oasis for LGBT news and culture.
For more information about “This Way Out” please visit www.thiswayout.org.

ON This Way Out (LGBT) | September 8, 2012 | 2:00 pm

Fun with Ron & Paul + The Gay Games turns 30

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On the new “This Way Out” (hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle), tracing the tunes and times of Romanovsky & Phillips (Dixie Treichel talks with the duo about their decades of music after they sing “The Prince Charming Tango”)… the Gay Games turns 30 (on-scene coverage from the first quadrennial event in 1982 by Debi Fidler and Joan Sprague)… and in “NewsWrap” (reported this week by Abby Dees & Wenzel Jones and produced by Steve Pride), New Zealand’s Parliament pops the question, Tasmanian lawmakers also propose marriage, a gay-affirming play is shuttered in Uganda, anti-gay/anti-woman planks signal dry rot in the GOP platform, and Christian conservatives blame gays for Hurricane Isaac.
All that — and more this week — when you discover “This Way Out: the international gay and lesbian radio magazine,” the world’s audio oasis for LGBT news and culture.
For more information about “This Way Out” please visit www.thiswayout.org.

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