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April 25, 2022 60 min
We continue this month introducing you to the candidates running for sheriff in Sonoma County.  As the chief law enforcement officer of the county, the sheriff is responsible for overseeing the deputies who interact and serve Sonoma County’s huge LGBTQ+ population including Guerneville and the cities the sheriff contracts with, … Continue reading →
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Our conversations with the candidates for Sonoma County Sheriff continue this month with Carl Tennenbaum. He is one now only three candidates left in the race.  We are asking all of the candidates about their experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and their thoughts about things like having an LGBT … Continue reading →
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February 28, 2022 60 min
In June Sonoma County voters will select the next County Sheriff.  There are four candidates competing for the job and we’ve invited all four to be guests on our show over the next four months.  This is your chance to get to know the candidates so you can make the … Continue reading →
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January 24, 2022 60 min
Last year two stories of racism and homophobia in Bay Area fire departments made headlines.  This month we take an in depth look at these issues.  Our guests include Kevin Mallison, author of “Alarm In The Firehouse and first “out” firefighter in the nation.  Ed Senatore returns to talk about … Continue reading →
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December 27, 2021 60 min
We’re wrapping up 2021 with an in depth look at one of the most important issues of the year – immigration.  In more than 70 countries, being LGBTQ+ is a capitol offense and those found “guilty” can face the death penalty. Seeking asylum in the United States is a matter … Continue reading →
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November 29, 2021 60 min
Meet Sebastopol’s new police chief, Kevin Kilgore.  He and his husband are new to the North Bay moving here from southern California where Chief Kilgore previously worked as a police lieutenant at the UCLA Police Department.  He will share his story growing up and talk about some of the pressing … Continue reading →
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October 25, 2021 60 min
This month we are celebrating the work of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence!  Sister Roma from the San Francisco Order is known as “the most photographed nun in the world!”  We’ll talk with her about her 34 years of service to our community and learn what drives her to keep … Continue reading →
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September 27, 2021 60 min
There is a movement in the Castro neighborhood to replace the giant rainbow Pride flag with the newer progress flag. The flag pole and rainbow flag was installed near Market and Castro by the rainbow flag’s creator Gilbert Baker and stands there both as a landmark and as a tribute … Continue reading →
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August 23, 2021 60 min
As law enforcement continues to struggle with building trust with the communities they serve, the District Attorney in Napa County has created an innovative partnership with the local LGBT center to locate services in the center in order to build trust and to make services more accessible to members of … Continue reading →
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July 26, 2021 60 min
June 5, 2021 marked 40 years since AIDS first emerged in the gay community. After the government and most of society ignored the growing epidemic, ACT UP formed in 1987 to change the course of the country’s response.  ACT UP was one of the successful and unconventional activist organization in … Continue reading →
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June 28, 2021 60 min
Happy Pride!  We love celebrating Pride Sunday with our listeners every year and this year is no exception.  We are partying with singer, song-writer Stephen Scaccia.  He shares his personal story and some of his music.  We discovered him a few months back and featured his rendition of “Rise Up” on … Continue reading →
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May 31, 2021 60 min
On this Outbeat Extra edition of Outbeat News In Depth, we celebrate the start of Pride month 2021 and the 6th anniversary of the marriage equality decision with the lead plaintiff in the case, Jim Obergefell.  Jim has become an amazing activist.  Jim was recently featured in the Netflix docu-series, … Continue reading →
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