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OUTCincinnati is hosted by Chris and Melissa from the Radio Artifact Studios. The program covers the Greater Cincinnati LGBT+ community and beyond. Interviewed are politicians, artists, musicians, drag queens, and anyone with a great Cincinnati story to tell.
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It's so cheesy! Mike LaRosa talks about the pizza business and helping out the Freestore Foodbank. Then Saad Ghosen talks about a local trans-focused art show on this episode of OUT Cincinnati.
Happy Pride 2021!Find out what's happening for this year's OutReels FIlm Festival and updates on Hamilton Pride and Cincinnati Black Pride..
Evan Ponstingle from Mason talks about his book, Kings Island: A Ride Through Time, and dishes on some incredible stories about the Midwest's Largest Theme Park!
Have a Gay Day is a non-profit organization that works out of Dayton, Ohio. Michael Knote is the founder and organizer of Have a Gay Day and shares how the organizarion went from a a Facebook post to a having a building for community outreach.
On this episode of OUT Cincinnati Middletown Queen Harlee Rainz dishes on her career, social media drama, and her Spice Girls addiction!
This episode of OUT Cincinnati features Kings High School Prom King Annie Wise and Queen Riley Laudermilk as well as Taylor Welch organizer of Hamilton Pride 2021.
Welcome to the now annual OUT Cincinnati Leather Show 2021...it's all about the leather scene in Cincinnati as Brian Bolt Donner explains the leather culture and how it's surviving COVID isolation and social distancing. Learning more about the hanky code.
Carlos Garcia Leon from the CIncinnati Opera gives an update on what's happening for the summer opera season. Carlos also shares a live reading of their poetry and shares their experience about writing and performing poetry in Cincinnati.
Elle Moxley founder of the Marsha P Johnson Institute tells about the organization's support for the BLACK Transgender community on this episode of OUT Cincinnati. And Cincinnati Police Officer Lisa Johnson is the department's liaison to the LGBTQ+ community.
Chris and Melissa get schooled by Ashley Currier, a professor at the University of Cincinnati. She heads the Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Professor Currier describes the new LGBTQ+ certificate program now available at UC. Find out more at artsci.uc.edu
OUT Cincinnati featuring Rev. Derek Terry from St. Peter's United Church of Christ talks about his mission and vision as a Black gay pastor in Cincinnati. And spills the tea on his experience being featured on a television reality show on the Oprah Network.
This episode covers the topic of suicide prevention.
This episode of OUT Cincinnati features Part 2 of the interview with local LGBTQ+ activists Michael Chanak Jr. about being in the short film They Will See You: LGBTQ+ Visibility in Advertising. The P&G-CNN short film focusing on P&G has been nominated for a GLAAD Media Award. The Naked Cowboy gets sent to jail.
The P&G-CNN short film focusing on P&G has been nominated for a GLADD Media Award. Local LGBTQ+ activists Michael Chanak Jr. and Riggins Vaughn share their stories about being in the short film They Will See You: LGBTQ+ Visibility in Advertising.
Chris and Melissa discuss the Equality Act being considered in the US Congress, and then discuss the dangerous hostility towards LGBTQ+ persons in Ghana in West Africa and a temporary closure of their new LGBTQ+ center due to the hostilities. Guests Darnell Pierre Benjamin, CPD Officer Lisa Johnson, and Alex Newell.
Cincinnati Pride Parade cancelled again this year, Chris and Melissa take a look back at Cincinnati Pride history. Featured guest Scott Knox and Michael Chanak.
Chris and Melissa learn about how the performing arts are surviving COVID shutdowns from NKU Theatre + Dance Program Head and Associate Professor Michael Hatton.
OUT Cincinnati delves into the career of RuPaul. Featuring interviews with Drag Race Queens DETOX, Penny Tration, Nina West and Jujubee.
Springboro's newest and maybe first drag show sold out in just a couple of days. Drag Queen Atlanta Dayeraye talks to Chris and Melissa about the upcoming show and how she has created a Facebook page to help connect the LGBTQ+ community in Springboro in hopes of creating a community outreach program.
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