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Romantic Friendship

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Latest Episodes

#1405: Queer Country Live

Queer country music ---->>> it's a thing, and these two bands are making it happen. HearKaren & the Sorrows and My Gay Banjo PLAY LIVE in the studio . . . and talk about friendship, songwriting, mainstream country music, the TV drama Nashville,gay-identified instruments and morrrrrre. You will quite literally stomp your feet for an hour. Also check out --->>> Gay Ole Oprey + Queer Country Monthly

-1 s2014 APR 7
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#1405: Queer Country Live

#1403: Feminist Sound Art

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Let's listen to some rad female composers who do crazy things with sheet metal, accordion, and their voices. This is going to be fun, I promise. >>>> FEMINIST SOUND ART Yoko Ono, Laurie Anderson, Pauline Oliveros, Hildegard Westerkamp, Louise Lawler, Kristin Oppenheim, Gertrude Stein, Meredith Monk, Maryanne Amacher, Jana Winderen.

-1 s2014 FEB 23
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#1403: Feminist Sound Art

#1402: Politics & Poetics of Chirlane McCray

New York City has a new mayor . . . Chirlane McCray! Ok, no. It's Bill de Blasio, and we like him too. But not as much as Chirlane. Today we spend the hour looking at this activist, poet, political leader. There is a lot to say. We speak with Dr. Alexis Pauline Gumbs on the history and vision of the Combahee River Collective, the influential Black Feminist group that Chirlane was a member of in the 1970s.Then the poet Timothy DuWhite gives a reading of Chirlane's most well-known poems, "I Used to Think." He's joined on the phone by Caitie Moore (more poets!) with some thoughts and responses to the poem. And then - Chirlane now. What are her positions, politics, tweets? There's a lot to learn from the history, art and experiences of Chirlane McCray . . . come listen. Photo credit: Tim Schrier. At a rally in support of St. Vincent's Hospital, 2013 ** Sign refers to "hospitals" not "genitals"! ** Hear Timothy DuWhite read his own work at THIS EVENT ---->>> Thursday, Feb 6 *** Stay to t...

-1 s2014 FEB 2
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#1402: Politics & Poetics of Chirlane McCray

#1307: Nightlife

>>RFTALK with DJ sashay + DJ c-wag Queer Nightlife - it's spiritual. First . . . NYC's legendary CLIT CLUB. Don't you want to go to a sexy lesbian night club in the meat packing district filled with all kinds of people dancing and sweating to 90s music? I know you do.Founder Julie Tolentino and filmmaker Felix Endara remember this unique space in NYC queer history. Then . . . our QUEER NIGHTLIFE PANEL. Party-throwers Ivette González-Alé (Azucar!) and Topher Gross (Select All) talk about the politics and logistics of queer party planning. Plus: cultural geographer Jack Gieseking and Meow Mix beckoning our teenage selves

-1 s2013 OCT 20
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#1307: Nightlife

#1306: Goth Night

> > > > RFMUSIC with DJ sashay Put on your black lipstick and eyeliner. Light some candles. Now pour the wax all over your arms JUST BECAUSE. It's GOTH NIGHT featuring some of your favorite 80s goth bands (Joy Division, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Cure), the artists that influenced them and their legacy in new music.

-1 s2013 OCT 13
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#1306: Goth Night

#1305 ASZ: Autonomous Stripping Zones

Pleasures was an adult video store in Sarasota Florida. Lusty Lady was a unionized, worker-owned peep show in San Fransisco. What they had in common (in addition to being a place where people made money for taking off their clothes) . . . was that the dancers ran the place. Today we speak with Annie and Celeste from Pleasures, and Dahlia from Lusty Lady . . . about labor conditions, power, and autonomy in the stripping biz. What's a peep show you ask? ------->> This Madonna music video will clarify.

-1 s2013 SEP 30
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#1305 ASZ: Autonomous Stripping Zones

#1303: Out To Sea

Today Romantic Friendship is going OUT TO SEA. First, artist MARIE LORENZ joins us in the studio to talk about exploring the New York City waterways. Sashay shares an excerpt of EIGHT BELLS, an ode to a forgotten female sailor. Then, what's it like to live on a houseboat in the Gowanus Canal? Megan and Rowen explain. Plus cross dressing sailors, Shirley Temple, and our favorite songs of the sea.

-1 s2013 APR 13
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#1303: Out To Sea

#1302: I'M JUST A SOUL WHOSE INTENTIONS ARE GOOD: the music and politics of NINA SIMONE

A full hour of Nina: her life, her music, her politics, her tenderness. Your questions about Nina will be answered. Questions such as: what did NINA call her style of music?Why did she go into a self-imposed exile? Why is the upcoming biopic based on falsities? Tune in to listen and learn.

-1 s2013 MAR 17
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#1302: I'M JUST A SOUL WHOSE INTENTIONS ARE GOOD: the music and politics of NINA SIMONE

#1301: Remakes

Romantic Friendship returns for season 3! Today: remakes. We investigate the idea of remakes -- as a literal remaking of a classic text, and as the redevelopment of a historic space. We speak with the director of the film ZIPPER, Amy Nicholson, about changes in Coney Island, and to media scholar Alfred Martin about the Lifetime remake of the film Steel Magnolias. Plus, some of our current favorite cover songs and their originals.

-1 s2013 FEB 3
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#1301: Remakes

#1212: What About Your Friends? R&B and hip hop girl groups from the 1990s

::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: C-WAG brings you an hour of R&B and hip hop from 90s girl groups PLUS ++++ AIDS activism and thebutch aestheticof TLC.

-1 s2012 APR 18
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#1212: What About Your Friends? R&B and hip hop girl groups from the 1990s

Latest Episodes

#1405: Queer Country Live

Queer country music ---->>> it's a thing, and these two bands are making it happen. HearKaren & the Sorrows and My Gay Banjo PLAY LIVE in the studio . . . and talk about friendship, songwriting, mainstream country music, the TV drama Nashville,gay-identified instruments and morrrrrre. You will quite literally stomp your feet for an hour. Also check out --->>> Gay Ole Oprey + Queer Country Monthly

-1 s2014 APR 7
Comments
#1405: Queer Country Live

#1403: Feminist Sound Art

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Let's listen to some rad female composers who do crazy things with sheet metal, accordion, and their voices. This is going to be fun, I promise. >>>> FEMINIST SOUND ART Yoko Ono, Laurie Anderson, Pauline Oliveros, Hildegard Westerkamp, Louise Lawler, Kristin Oppenheim, Gertrude Stein, Meredith Monk, Maryanne Amacher, Jana Winderen.

-1 s2014 FEB 23
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#1403: Feminist Sound Art

#1402: Politics & Poetics of Chirlane McCray

New York City has a new mayor . . . Chirlane McCray! Ok, no. It's Bill de Blasio, and we like him too. But not as much as Chirlane. Today we spend the hour looking at this activist, poet, political leader. There is a lot to say. We speak with Dr. Alexis Pauline Gumbs on the history and vision of the Combahee River Collective, the influential Black Feminist group that Chirlane was a member of in the 1970s.Then the poet Timothy DuWhite gives a reading of Chirlane's most well-known poems, "I Used to Think." He's joined on the phone by Caitie Moore (more poets!) with some thoughts and responses to the poem. And then - Chirlane now. What are her positions, politics, tweets? There's a lot to learn from the history, art and experiences of Chirlane McCray . . . come listen. Photo credit: Tim Schrier. At a rally in support of St. Vincent's Hospital, 2013 ** Sign refers to "hospitals" not "genitals"! ** Hear Timothy DuWhite read his own work at THIS EVENT ---->>> Thursday, Feb 6 *** Stay to t...

-1 s2014 FEB 2
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#1402: Politics & Poetics of Chirlane McCray

#1307: Nightlife

>>RFTALK with DJ sashay + DJ c-wag Queer Nightlife - it's spiritual. First . . . NYC's legendary CLIT CLUB. Don't you want to go to a sexy lesbian night club in the meat packing district filled with all kinds of people dancing and sweating to 90s music? I know you do.Founder Julie Tolentino and filmmaker Felix Endara remember this unique space in NYC queer history. Then . . . our QUEER NIGHTLIFE PANEL. Party-throwers Ivette González-Alé (Azucar!) and Topher Gross (Select All) talk about the politics and logistics of queer party planning. Plus: cultural geographer Jack Gieseking and Meow Mix beckoning our teenage selves

-1 s2013 OCT 20
Comments
#1307: Nightlife

#1306: Goth Night

> > > > RFMUSIC with DJ sashay Put on your black lipstick and eyeliner. Light some candles. Now pour the wax all over your arms JUST BECAUSE. It's GOTH NIGHT featuring some of your favorite 80s goth bands (Joy Division, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Cure), the artists that influenced them and their legacy in new music.

-1 s2013 OCT 13
Comments
#1306: Goth Night

#1305 ASZ: Autonomous Stripping Zones

Pleasures was an adult video store in Sarasota Florida. Lusty Lady was a unionized, worker-owned peep show in San Fransisco. What they had in common (in addition to being a place where people made money for taking off their clothes) . . . was that the dancers ran the place. Today we speak with Annie and Celeste from Pleasures, and Dahlia from Lusty Lady . . . about labor conditions, power, and autonomy in the stripping biz. What's a peep show you ask? ------->> This Madonna music video will clarify.

-1 s2013 SEP 30
Comments
#1305 ASZ: Autonomous Stripping Zones

#1303: Out To Sea

Today Romantic Friendship is going OUT TO SEA. First, artist MARIE LORENZ joins us in the studio to talk about exploring the New York City waterways. Sashay shares an excerpt of EIGHT BELLS, an ode to a forgotten female sailor. Then, what's it like to live on a houseboat in the Gowanus Canal? Megan and Rowen explain. Plus cross dressing sailors, Shirley Temple, and our favorite songs of the sea.

-1 s2013 APR 13
Comments
#1303: Out To Sea

#1302: I'M JUST A SOUL WHOSE INTENTIONS ARE GOOD: the music and politics of NINA SIMONE

A full hour of Nina: her life, her music, her politics, her tenderness. Your questions about Nina will be answered. Questions such as: what did NINA call her style of music?Why did she go into a self-imposed exile? Why is the upcoming biopic based on falsities? Tune in to listen and learn.

-1 s2013 MAR 17
Comments
#1302: I'M JUST A SOUL WHOSE INTENTIONS ARE GOOD: the music and politics of NINA SIMONE

#1301: Remakes

Romantic Friendship returns for season 3! Today: remakes. We investigate the idea of remakes -- as a literal remaking of a classic text, and as the redevelopment of a historic space. We speak with the director of the film ZIPPER, Amy Nicholson, about changes in Coney Island, and to media scholar Alfred Martin about the Lifetime remake of the film Steel Magnolias. Plus, some of our current favorite cover songs and their originals.

-1 s2013 FEB 3
Comments
#1301: Remakes

#1212: What About Your Friends? R&B and hip hop girl groups from the 1990s

::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: C-WAG brings you an hour of R&B and hip hop from 90s girl groups PLUS ++++ AIDS activism and thebutch aestheticof TLC.

-1 s2012 APR 18
Comments
#1212: What About Your Friends? R&B and hip hop girl groups from the 1990s
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