Bil Browning

Dave Matthews has endorsed this post

Filed By Bil Browning | June 23, 2008 3:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: David Mixner, Equality California, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Inside the Actor's Studio, John Selig Outspoken, NPR, offensive buttons, podcast interview, Republican propaganda, Rights of Passage

"If you hold on tight to what you think is your thing, you might find you're missing all the rest." -- Dave Matthews

Okay, so not really "endorsed," endorsed. Still, don't miss these small items...

  • Part 1 of a two hour interview I did with the John Selig Outspoken podcast is online. Look for Part 2 next weekend. It's definitely the longest interview I've ever given and the topics range from LGBT rights and getting started in blogging to corn prices and pig farming. Think Inside the Actor's Studio meets NPR... You can listen to the first hour below.
  • Queerty recently interviewed gay political guru David Mixner. It's definitely well-worth the read. Who other than Queerty would ask Mixner when he last cried?
  • Equality California has launched a new blog, California Ripple Effect.
  • Ed Decker and Robert Leone are in research mode for the upcoming play Rights of Passage and are seeking personal experiences by LGBT people who will talk about human rights violations around the world. The play will premiere in San Francisco in 2010 at the New Conservatory Theatre Center. You can share your stories on their blog or email (anonymously, if you wish).
  • Some more classy Republican political shwag. My fave? The "KFC Hillary Special - 2 Fat Thighs, 2 Small Breasts... Left Wing" button. Oh yeah. Good times. I'll bet someone is still patting themselves on their back for being so darn witty...

Download this episode (MP3, 67 MB, 59 Min.).

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That's a long interview there.

Thanks for the shout-out!