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Thursday, July 25, 2013

Baldwin's Native "Notes" & "Oscar" the Opera

Queer Life and Literature Commentator Janet Mason reviews the timely reissue of James Baldwin's Notes of a Native Son.

Gay countertenor David Daniels talks about his title role in Oscar, a new opera based on the last years of Oscar Wilde.

A Rainbow Minute remembers Jim Hutton and Freddie Mercury (produced by Judd Proctor & Brian Burns and read by Gene Pembleton).

Plus: the late, lamented lesbian political poet Pat Parker schools The Straight Folks Who Don't Mind Gays (But Wish They Weren't So Blatant).

And in NewsWrap: Queen Elizabeth crowns marriage equality, Mexico has its first out mayor, Okinawa dots its "i" in pink, and more news reported by Pam Marshall and Michael LeBeau (produced by Angela Brooks and Steve Pride).

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