Hanukkah is just around the corner and while you might not celebrate the holiday yourself yet, it’s never too late to get in on some of the festivities.
After all, no where in the Torah does it say thou shalt not have a little fun.
Today comedian Meg Grunewald has got you covered in the Jewish holiday department- she’s bringing back her holiday special, Home for Hanukkah with Bubbe: an interactive holiday experience where she invited you to come celebrate the festival of lights.
2020 has been a hell of a year. With the Covid pandemic raging on and Republicans pushing everything to the brink of collapse, it’s beyond ironic that the last show we did in 2019 with comedian Brian Sweeney was called “The Year of Hell” yet this year is definitely worse, or is it?
After all there’s nothing so rotten, that some good can’t come from it, we’ve had a pretty good election and with Georgia’s January runoff, progressive superstar Stacy Abrahms is now a key figure in the balance of power between Americans and facism.
Today our favorite grouch Brian Sweeney joins us to look at things we’re grateful for that did come to pass in 2020.
According to the National Safety Council, over half of all accidents occur in the home and the kitchen is the most dangerous room in the house which makes Thanksgiving the deadliest holiday of them all.
So maybe this holiday season with most people staying home alone due to the Covid pandemic, we can all be grateful that the worst thing that can happen when you stay home is you’ll burn the roof of your mouth eating microwaved pumpkin pie hot pockets.
Today we’re taking a look at some of the most dangerous and wild things that can happen during Thanksgiving.
Did you know that the terminator movies are very popular with Lesbians?
On today's show America's Lesbian Sweetheart, Cameron Esposito,is here to explain why our lavender sisters are fascinated with killer sexy robots from the future.
Some folks get so nervous about going into a job interview or an audition, that their minds can’t stop thinking about those over the top demanding directors from films like A Chorus Line, All that Jazz, The Producers, Flashdance and even Showgirls. How real are they?
Today we’re talking to acting teacher, filmmaker and director Anthony Meindl about how to be your authentic self- in your everyday life or at your job, even if you’re auditioning to be a star on Broadway.
The TV game show Match Game was at first considered bland, so the writers' spiced things up with cheeky questions designed to make the contestants blush at the celebrity panel’s witty banter and sexual innuendo. It turned into a big hit and its risqué humor changed the tone of all daytime TV game shows forever.
Today camp culture historian A. Ashley Hoff, author of the book Match Game 101, takes us on a backstage tour of Match Game, the orange shag carpeted TV game show where our favorite gay icons cracked up the audience as they “filled in the blank” over cocktails.