Mary Lambert & Texas One Step!
Week of February 23, 2015
Mary Lambert, the singer/songwriter whose featured turn on Maclemore and Ryan Lewis' Same Love shares her Secrets and other tracks from her new album (interviewed by Chrisanne Eastwood).
Suzanne Bryant and Sarah Goodfriend become the lone lesbian married couple in the Lone Star State.
An Arkansas alert fails to activate LGBT activists and allies, but does not escape the attention of MSNBC's Jose Diaz Balart and the AP's Andrew DeMillo.
Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar winner Graham Moore (The Imitation Game) inspires weirdness.
And in <i><a href="http://bit.ly/1wi7Y5s">NewsWrap</a></i>: two-year betrothal for Finland's marriage equality, Ireland sets the date, much Moore to argue in Alabama, no religious trump card for discrimination in Washington, and more news reported this week by Sarah Sweeney and John Dyer V (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).
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