The LGBT-KC Podcast - Show Notes

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Location: Kansas City, Missouri, United States

Monday, June 19, 2006

John with Poi

Sunday, June 18, 2006

LGBT-KC Promo

Use this promo at will and let me know what you think.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

LGBT-KC #011


June 12 - June 18, 2006

^ This is our booth at Kansas City Gay Pride 2006!

RECORD!

John Ong - Ongline Podcast
Home Of Poi
CheckThePulse.org - e-mail Andy at andy@lgcckc.org for more information.


Promo Contest -
Call the show and leave voice mail at 206-339-LGBT or go to go to my website and click on the Record link, and answer the following question:

Why do you listen to LGBT-KC Weekly?

Or, make me a full promo - 30-60 seconds and interesting - but reflecting the tone of the show

Now, here is the hard part, I need it by this Thursday, at the absolute latest. I have a little secret in the works but I have to have a promo by this Thursday so if you could help me out, I would really appreciate it.

To show you how much, I will draw 1 winner from all the entries of those who answered the question and if anyone makes me a full fledged promo, you automatically win. If more than 5 people make me a full promo, I will pick the five best choices. So there you have it, easy win. But DON’T FORGET to leave your email address after your clip if you want to be included.


Podcast - Cast-On, A Podcast for Knitters with Brenda Dayne

Take Action - Get your STD test results

Organizational Spotlight - KC Free Health


News today comes from campkc.com and HRC.org

Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon said the recent decriminalization of same-gender, adult, consensual sodomy in the state (done to comply with 2003 case law - Lawrence v. Texas) renders moot the appeal by the Department of Social Services (DSS) of a Jackson County Court's decision to overturn a departmental ban on gay and lesbian foster parents.
Nixon's decision is based on the claim by DSS that potential foster parent Lisa Johnston was in violation of this (unconstitutional) law. But even after the announcement of Nixon's decision to drop the appeal--which will allow Johnston and her partner, Dawn Roginksi, to resume the foster parent licensing process--spokespersons for both the DSS and Governor Matt Blunt said the appeal process should continue

In other happy news,
The Senate voted 49 to 48 to defeat the Federal Marriage Amendment, a measure that would have denied marriage to same-sex couples and seriously threatened civil unions and domestic partnerships. Seven Republicans joined 41 Democrats in voting down the measure, which opponents said was a politically motivated distraction from real challenges facing the country.
The quarter of a million postcards delivered on behalf of Human Rights Campaign members made the strength of opposition known on Capitol Hill.
The procedural vote, known as cloture, needed 60 votes to pass and received 49 votes today. By defeating cloture, the vote killed the amendment. Had it passed cloture, the amendment would have needed 67 votes to pass the Senate.
All four Senators from Kansas and Missouri voted to make gays and lesbians second-class citizens by saying "yea" to the FMA. Call, or email your Senators to let them know what you think about that.
Missouri
Christopher "Kit" Bond DC phone: 202-224-5721
Jim Talent DC phone: 202-224-6154
Kansas
Sam Brownback DC phone: 202-224-6521
Pat Roberts DC phone: 202-224-4774


Events
Future Events:
Out in Westport, Sunday, October 1
Creating Change November 8–12

Regular Events:
Tuesday, June 13 at 7pm Many people have experienced “spiritual abuse” or abandonment by mainstream religion. As an alternative to church, Nourishment for the Soul is offering a spiritual encounter group for individuals who want to grow their faith or discover their “spiritual orientation.”
Each group shall consist of eight to ten individuals who meet regularly to share inspirational thoughts and experiences, to find and lend support, and to grow in their relationship with themselves and the universe as they make their way on their spiritual journeys. An informal format will be used for open sharing and active participation.
The first meeting is June 13, from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the LGCCKC. If you are interested, please contact Jeff at jholt55120 @everestkc.net

Wednesday, June 28 at 7pm Women’s and Men’s Q-Dating As an alternative to bar and internet venues, LGCC- KC offers Q-dating parties geared toward introducing people to each other in a fun, game-show-like atmosphere. Q-Dating is a safe and sophisticated way to meet people without obligation or apprehension while having loads of fun at the same time! LGCC creates a casual atmosphere giving participants a chance to meet up to 15 singles in one evening for only $15.00 Events are age and occasionally interest specific. During “Q-Dating” events participants get a chance to briefly meet and talk to each other before going on to an actual date. After 3-5 minutes participants are signaled by the event host to move from table to table meeting “potential dates” face-to-face. After allotted time, each participant circles a “Yes, interesting” or “no, way, not in this life” on a match card. If both participants circle “yes” after their Q- Date” they are considered a match.

Ongoing Events:
Hear Me Out Toastmasters, a public speaking, communication, and leadership organization for Kansas City's lesbian and gay community, meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month from 7:00-8:30 PM at First Lutheran Church, for more information email Michael at speakingoutkc@gmail.com or call (816) 820-8543.

The LGBT Domestic Violence Support Group, sponsored by KCAVP, is for domestic violence survivors who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. This group is for those who have been or are currently in abusive relationships. It meets weekly and is held in a confidential location. Contact the Kansas City Anti-Violence Project via their website at kcavp.org, or call them at 816-561-0550.

M.E.N. - The Men's Enrichment Network is a group of men 18 & older in the Greater Kansas City area who are comfortable in a group which is accepting of other men of all sexualities. We meet to enrich our lives thru the sharing of ideas and experiences which can lead to more fulfilling lives. Visit their website, the link is in the show notes, for more info. The Men's Enrichment Network meets every Sunday from 6:30 - 8:00 PM at the Cathedral located 13th & Broadway.

The Women's Support Group, will meet on the first Saturday of each month from 10:00 AM - noon at LGCC. This support and educational group is for women who are feeling the bind of being married and either coming out or questioning their sexual orientation. To register, please call Elaine Meizlish at 913-677- 5255 or the Center at 816-931-4420.

The Transsexual Support Group meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month at Spirit of Hope

The Passages Youth Group meets every Wednesday and Sunday from 6-9 pm. For more information go to kcpassages.org or call (816)931-0334.

Passages Club Queer is open every Saturday Night from 8:30 pm - 1 am Come for an evening of music, movies, and fun! A five dollar donation gets you through the door and helps keep the doors open! As always, Club Queer is under 21 only (ID required), drug-free, and alcohol-free. For more information go to kcpassages.org or call (816)931-0334.

Woman Song is a radio show with music written and performed by women and about women. It airs on 90.1 FM KKFI every Saturday at 11:00 AM

THE TENTH VOICE is a radio show for LGBT’s on 90.1 FM KKFI and airs every Saturday at 1:00 PM

The Kansas City Podcasters Meetup Group gathers the second Saturday of every month at Johnny's Sports Bar in Overland Park, KS from 4-6pm. This group is for podcast producers as well as podcast listeners, that means YOU. Go to Meetup.com and search for Kansas City Podcasting for more information and call 913-451-4542 for directions. You can also feel free to email me for more information about this group and as usual, I will have a link to the site in the show notes.

The following events are taking place regularly at the LGCC - KC
Justus For State Senate Meeting, Monday Nights Weekly, 7:00 PM
Queer as Folk Showing, Thursday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Movie at the Center Nights, Friday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Women's Support Group, First Saturday of each month, 10:00 AM - noon
12th Annual OUT IN WESTPORT Planning meeting, Third Tuesday of every month
Men's Q-Dating Night, Third Wednesday of each month, 7:00 PM (May)

All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church holds weekly church services, there are the
Celebration of Life Services - Sunday mornings from 8:45 - 9:45 am and 11:15 - 12:15
UU Forum - 10 a.m. Sundays
Service for the Soul - Every Friday at 6:00pm

Music
Ampsex - Porno Movie
Allison Reeves - Lisa’s Song

Listen to LGBT-KC Weekly #011

Sunday, May 14, 2006

LGBT-KC #010

May 14 - May 21, 2006

I need a volunteer to maintain a visual calendar for this show. It will take a few hours to set it up with the ongoing events, but once that is done, it shouldn't take any more than an hour a week to keep it going. If you are willing to help out, please email me and let me know.


Take Action - Demand that Nicaragua Decriminalize Homosexuality

Organization Spotlight - PFLAG - National and Local

News - from Camp Magazine

Howard Dean Once Again Infuriates LGBT Groups
Not only has Democratic National Committee Chair Howard Dean eliminated the party's lesbian and gay outreach director post, and fired its gay outreach adviser, on May 10 he appeared on Pat Robertson's "700 Club," and misstated the DNC's position on same-sex marriage. According to the Washington Blade, Dean claimed the DNC platform states "marriage is between a man and a woman." The official plank is inclusive, saying, "We support full inclusion of gay and lesbian families in the life of our nation and seek equal responsibilities, benefits, and protections for these families." Gay rights advocates were justifiably outraged.

Illinois Extends Benefits to Domestic Partners
On May 8, Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich signed an executive order that extends domestic partner benefits to state employees; this extension includes lesbian and gay couples. With this move, the Prairie State becomes the thirteenth state to extend DP benefits to all state workers, joining California, Connecticut, Iowa, Maine, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington, as well as the District of Columbia.

CDC to Recommend Routine HIV Testing
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is expected to issue guidelines sometime this summer that will call for HIV testing for all teens and adults--aged 13 to 65 years--during their routine health examinations. CDC decision-makers claim around 250,000 Americans are unaware that they are HIV-positive. There is concern that the proposed recommendations do not include adequate counseling and informed consent. Knowing one's HIV status is an important health datum, but until the government can ensure nondiscrimination for those testing positive, its plan falls short of perfection.

LGBT Hate Crimes Amendment Withdrawn
An amendment to a Senate bill, that would have added gays and lesbians to federal hate crimes legislation, was dropped after Republicans threatened to block the sex offender registry bill to which it was attached. Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MASS) promised to reintroduce the provision in the future.


Events
Future Events:
Kansas City Gay Pride, June 2,3 & 4
Out in Westport, Sunday, October 1
Creating Change November 8–12

Regular Events:
Tuesday, May 16 at 6:00 PM 2006 Out in Westport Planning Committee is meeting at the Community Center. If you have any questions, please email the Out in Westport chair, James Pryor at James@lgcckc.org

Wednesday, May 17 at 7pm the 2006 Creating Change Host Committee Planning Meeting will be held at the Westin Crown Center in the Pershing North room. Are you interested in helping to host the Creating Change Conference in Kansas City? Then this is the meeting to attend. Contact Mitch, one of the host committee co-chairs, through the Center at 816-931-4420 for more information.

Thursday, May 18, from 6-8pm is a Starbucks Coffee Tasting to support The Kansas City Anti-Violence Project provides information, support, referrals, advocacy and other services to LGBT victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and bias crimes. KCAVP also educates the community at large through training and outreach programs. KCAVP is the only LGBT-specific domestic violence or sexual assault service in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, or Iowa .

Thursday, May 18 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm “ACLU at the Crossroads” is holding a Cocktail Party & Fundraiser Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art Gallery 2004 Baltimore Kansas City MO 64108. Suggested Donation: $25 / $10 students.

Thursday, May 18 at Missie B’s Join the Lesbian Gay Community Center at Missie B's to observe the end of Will and Grace in the manner which many of us enjoy most: a party! Limited priority seating for this event can be reserved in advance by calling the Center at 816-931- 4420 and will begin the night of the show at 6:00 PM. Don't miss out on this chance to say good-bye to Will, Grace, Jack, Karen and Rosario. Seating begins at 6:00 and the show starts at 7:00. Special note: I will be volunteering at this event so come on out and say hi to me.

Sunday, May 21 at noon the Midwest Alternative Families Alliance is holding a gay and lesbian family picnic. It will be at the Shawnee Mission Park, Shelter 6 at noon. Plan to bring your children, your partner, and a dish to share. This picnic is for families who are interested in fostering, adopting, artificially inseminating or already have children but want to connect with other gay and lesbian families.

Nourishment for the Soul is a new spirituality group. Many of us have experienced “spiritual abuse” or abandonment by mainstream religion. As an alternative to church, we are offering a spiritual encounter group for individuals who want to grow their faith or discover their spiritual orientation. Each group shall consist of eight to ten individuals who meet regularly to share inspirational thoughts and experiences, to find and lend support, and to grow in their relationship with themselves and the universe as they make their way on their spiritual journeys. An informal format will be used for open sharing and active participation. Now, I don’t think they have a set meeting time yet, but if you are interested, please contact Jeff at jholt55120@everestkc.net for more information.

Kansas City Gay Pride Fundraisers and Events will be held on the following days:
Sunday May 14: a Pride Fundraiser during the Flo Show at Tootsie’s at 10pm
Tuesday, May 16 a Pride Meeting at the Lesbian/Gay Community Center
Saturday May 20: a Pride Fundraiser at Pampered Chef at 3930 Broadway from 1-3 PM
Sunday May 21: a Pride Fundraiser during the Flo Show at Tootsie’s at 10pm
E-mail John Koop the President of Gay Pride at j.koop@kansascitygaypride.org or call 816-210-0375 if you have any questions about any of these events.

Ongoing Events:
Hear Me Out Toastmasters, a public speaking, communication, and leadership organization for Kansas City's lesbian and gay community, meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month from 7:00-8:30 PM at First Lutheran Church, for more information email Michael at speakingoutkc@gmail.com or call (816) 820-8543.

The LGBT Domestic Violence Support Group, sponsored by KCAVP, is for domestic violence survivors who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. This group is for those who have been or are currently in abusive relationships. It meets weekly and is held in a confidential location. Contact the Kansas City Anti-Violence Project via their website at kcavp.org, or call them at 816-561-0550.

M.E.N. - The Men's Enrichment Network is a group of men 18 & older in the Greater Kansas City area who are comfortable in a group which is accepting of other men of all sexualities. We meet to enrich our lives thru the sharing of ideas and experiences which can lead to more fulfilling lives. Visit their website, the link is in the show notes, for more info. The Men's Enrichment Network meets every Sunday from 6:30 - 8:00 PM at the Cathedral located 13th & Broadway.

The Women's Support Group, will meet on the first Saturday of each month from 10:00 AM - noon at LGCC. This support and educational group is for women who are feeling the bind of being married and either coming out or questioning their sexual orientation. To register, please call Elaine Meizlish at 913-677- 5255 or the Center at 816-931-4420.

WomanSong is a radio show with music written and performed by women and about women. It airs on 90.1 FM KKFI every Saturday at 11:00 AM

THE TENTH VOICE is a radio show for LGBT’s on 90.1 FM KKFI and airs every Saturday at 1:00 PM

The following events are taking place regularly at the LGCC - KC
Justus For State Senate Meeting, Monday Nights Weekly, 7:00 PM
Queer as Folk Showing, Thursday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Movie at the Center Nights, Friday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Women's Support Group, First Saturday of each month, 10:00 AM - noon
Women's Q-Dating Night, Second Wednesday of each month, 7:00 PM
12th Annual OUT IN WESTPORT Planning meeting, Third Tuesday of every month
Men's Q-Dating Night, Third Wednesday of each month, 7:00 PM (May)

All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church holds weekly church services, there are the
Celebration of Life Services - Sunday mornings from 8:45 - 9:45 am and 11:15 - 12:15
UU Forum - 10 a.m. Sundays
Service for the Soul - Every Friday at 6:00pm

Music
Mother Kevin Reeves
Happy Mothers Day The Alice Project
I Can't Do It Alone

Monday, May 08, 2006

LGBT-KC #009

May 8 - May 14, 2006

Website -
A story about the DMCA from CNET

Organisation -
Ipac

Take Action -
Sign the Ipac Statement of Pricipals Petition

News -
Will & Grace will air its final episode on Thursday, May 18.

The National Gay and Lesbian task force is bringing Creating Change, the largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender organizing conference in the nation to Kansas City and it will be held November 8-12. They have announced the release their Request for Proposed Presentations/Workshops, download this document which includes proposal submission and conference information from CreatingChange.org and consider presenting a workshop since presenters will receive a steeply discounted registration fee.

Gay Pride has announced the performers that will be at this year’s celebration. This years performers will be: Eric Himan, Kim English, En Vogue and, the worlds best known drag queen who is fond of saying, when asked how tall she is, “Honey, with hair, heels and attitude, I’m through the DAMN roof!” You guessed it, Ru Paul!! She will be the main headliner and will be appearing Sunday night at Pride.

Events

Future Events:
Kansas City Gay Pride, June 2,3 & 4
Out in Westport, Sunday, October 1
Creating Change November 8–12

Regular Events:
Tuesday, May 16 at 6:00 PM 2006 Out in Westport Planning Committee is meeting at the Community Center. If you have any questions, please email the Out in Westport chair, James Pryor at James@lgcckc.org

Thursday, May 18 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm “ACLU at the Crossroads” is holding a Cocktail Party & Fundraiser Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art Gallery 2004 Baltimore Kansas City MO 64108. Suggested Donation: $25 / $10 students.

Thursday, May 18 at Missie B’s Join the Lesbian Gay Community Center at Missie B's to observe the end of Will and Grace in the manner which many of us enjoy most: a party! Limited priority seating for this event can be reserved in advance by calling the Center at 816-931- 4420 and will begin the night of the show at 6:00 PM. Don't miss out on this chance to say good-bye to Will, Grace, Jack, Karen and Rosario. Seating begins at 6:00 and the show starts at 7:00.

May 11-14 a “True Colors - LGBT Retreat” is being held. Meet and connect with like-minded spiritual seekers during this weekend retreat for gay and lesbian children of God. Realize the joy of God's complete love and acceptance as you, develop your spiritual awareness during workshops and group activities, make new friends and delight in times of fellowship, relax at evening concerts by the Unity Retreat Band. Registration $249 (Accommodations are priced separately.) For more information or to register, call 1-866-34-UNITY (1-866-348-6489) or email them at: retreats@unityonline.org. The weekend will culminate with a delicious banquet and dancing.

Kansas City Gay Pride Fundraisers and Events will be held on the following days:
Tuesday, May 9 a Pride Meeting at the Lesbian/Gay Community Center
Wednesday May 10: a Pride Fundraiser during the Flo Show at Tootsie’s at 10pm
Thursday May 11: a Pride Fundraiser during the Flo Show at Tootsie’s at 10pm
Friday May 12: a Pride Fundraiser at Weatherbee’s at 10 PM
Saturday May 13: a Pride Bowling Tournament at 1 PM, at Ward Parkway Lanes
Sunday May 14: a Pride Fundraiser during the Flo Show at Tootsie’s at 10pm
E-mail John Koop the President of Gay Pride at j.koop@kansascitygaypride.org or call 816-210-0375 if you have any questions about any of these events.

Ongoing Events:
Hear Me Out Toastmasters, a public speaking, communication, and leadership organization for Kansas City's lesbian and gay community, meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month from 7:00-8:30 PM at First Lutheran Church, 6400 State Line Road.

LGBT Domestic Violence Support Group sponsored by KCAVP is for domestic violence survivors who identify as LGB or T. This group is for those who have been or are currently in abusive relationships. It meets weekly and is held in a confidential location. Contact the Kansas City Anti-Violence Project via their website at kcavp.org, or call them at 816-561-0550.

M.E.N. - The Men's Enrichment Network is a group of men 18 & older in the Greater Kansas City area who are comfortable in a group which is accepting of other men of all sexualities. We meet to enrich our lives thru the sharing of ideas and experiences which can lead to more fulfilling lives. Visit their website, the link is in the show notes, for more info. The Men's Enrichment Network meets every Sunday from 6:30 - 8:00 PM at the Cathedral located 13th & Broadway.

The Women's Support Group, led by Elaine Meizlich, will meet on the first Saturday of each month.
Elaine Meizlish is collaborating with the LGCCKC to host a NEW support group for women who are married, separated, or divorced and coming out.
Elaine Meizlish LSCSW, is a clinical social worker, who has expertise and experience in helping women explore and deal with the issues of being married and coming out. This monthly support and educational group is for women who are feeling the bind of being married and either coming out or questioning their sexual orientation. The group typically meets the first Saturday of each month from 10:00 AM - noon at the LGCCKC, 207 Westport Road, Kansas City, MO.
To register, please call Elaine Meizlish at 913-677- 5255 or the Center at 816-931-4420.

The following events are taking place regularly at the LGCC - KC
Justus For State Senate Meeting, Monday Nights Weekly, 7:00 PM
Queer as Folk Showing, Thursday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Movie at the Center Nights, Friday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Women's Support Group, First Saturday of each month, 10:00 AM - noon
Women's Q-Dating Night, Second Wednesday of each month, 7:00 PM
12th Annual OUT IN WESTPORT Planning meeting, Third Tuesday of every month
Men's Q-Dating Night, Third Wednesday of each month, 7:00 PM (May)

All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church holds weekly church services, there are the
Celebration of Life Services - Sunday mornings from 8:45 - 9:45 am and 11:15 - 12:15
UU Forum - 10 a.m. Sundays
Service for the Soul - Every Friday at 6:00pm

Music:
Jim Terr - Do They Have Email in Heaven
The Lacivious Biddies - Betty


Monday, May 01, 2006

LGBT-KC #008

April 30 - May 7, 2006

Notes:
Transexual 101 talk on Controversial Conversations
My PSA

Featured Podcast - Equally Speaking from the folks at The Human Rights Campaign.

Take Action - Befriend a Straight

Organization - GLSEN - The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.

Events
Future Events:
Kansas City Gay Pride, June 2,3 & 4
Out in Westport, Sunday, October 1

Regular Events:
Saturday, May 6 at 11am at LGCC a Clairvoyant Meditation class will be held. Clairvoyant meditation is an in-body meditation that teaches you, the spirit, to use the energy of the body in a way that creates validation, healing, and miracles. Begin to access the spiritual, intuitive part of yourself by learning down-to-earth tools that will help you navigate the world and everyday life in a safe, grounded, fun and experiential class.
Learn and Experience:
Feeling and being more grounded and centered
Feeling confident when making decisions
Creating a safe boundary between you and those around you
Increasing your ability to have what you want
Releasing pain and feeling good in your body
For more information call 816-931-3644 or email nathanriding@ yahoo.com

And, in two weeks…
May 11-14 a “True Colors - LGBT Retreat” is being held. Meet and connect with like-minded spiritual seekers during this weekend retreat for gay and lesbian children of God. Realize the joy of God's complete love and acceptance as you, develop your spiritual awareness during workshops and group activities, make new friends and delight in times of fellowship, relax at evening concerts by the Unity Retreat Band. Registration $249 (Accommodations are priced separately.) For more information or to register, call 1-866-34-UNITY (1-866-348-6489) or email them at: retreats@unityonline.org. The weekend will culminate with a delicious banquet and dancing.

Kansas City Gay Pride Fundraisers and Events will be held on the following days:
Sunday, April 30 a fundraiser during the Flo Show at Tootsie’s at 10pm
Tuesday, May 2 a Pride Meeting at the Lesbian/Gay Community Center
Wednesday, May 3, the Pride Release Party at Missie B’s, 10pm
Saturday, May 6, the Pride Golf Tournament at 10:30am, at Painted Hills Golf Course
Sunday, May 7, a fundraiser during the Flo Show at Tootsie’s at 10pm
E-mail John Koop the President of Gay Pride at j.koop@kansascitygaypride.org or call 816-210-0375 if you have any questions about any of these events.

Ongoing Events:
Hear Me Out Toastmasters, a public speaking, communication, and leadership organization for Kansas City's lesbian and gay community, meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month from 7:00-8:30 PM at First Lutheran Church, 6400 State Line Road.

LGBT Domestic Violence Support Group sponsored by KCAVP is for domestic violence survivors who identify as LGB or T. This group is for those who have been or are currently in abusive relationships. It meets weekly and is held in a confidential location. Contact the Kansas City Anti-Violence Project via their website at kcavp.org, or call them at 816-561-0550.

M.E.N. - The Men's Enrichment Network is a group of men 18 & older in the Greater Kansas City area who are comfortable in a group which is accepting of other men of all sexualities. They meet to enrich their lives thru the sharing of ideas and experiences which can lead to more fulfilling lives. Visit their website, the link is in the show notes, for more info. The Men's Enrichment Network meets every Sunday from 6:30 - 8:00 PM at the Cathedral located 13th & Broadway.

The following events are taking place regularly at the LGCC - KC
Justus For State Senate Meeting, Monday Nights Weekly, 7:00 PM
Queer as Folk Showing, Thursday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Movie at the Center Nights, Friday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Women's Support Group, First Saturday of each month
Women's Q-Dating Night, Second Wednesday of each month, 7:00 PM
12th Annual OUT IN WESTPORT Planning meeting, Third Tuesday of every month
Men's Q-Dating Night, Third Wednesday of each month, 7:00 PM (May)

All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church holds weekly church services, there are the
Celebration of Life Services - Sunday mornings from 8:45 - 9:45 am and 11:15 - 12:15
UU Forum - 10 a.m. Sundays
Service for the Soul - Every Friday at 6:00pm


Music via PMN
Brob-dig-nag-di-an Bards sang Do Virgins Taste Better
Kathy Reynolds sang Slo Motion

Monday, April 24, 2006

LGBT-KC #007

April 24 - April 30, 2006.

Temp Show Notes - Regular Show Notes Coming Soon...

I am sorry for the delay in posting this podcast but I was working all week on a project that has been donated to Kansas City Gay Pride and will be auctioned off to the highest bidder in a charity auction to be held at Bar Natasha on May 26 at 7pm. I designed and created a Swarvski crystal necklace, bacelet and earring set. These three items, in addition to a framed collage of 3 photographs of San Francisco donated by John Ong and 2 posters created and donated by Thomas and Evan of Shut That Bitch Up will be up for bid. The best part of deal is that, in return, we will all get a booth together at Kansas City Gay Pride. That is right, you will be able to come meet all four of your Kansas City Gay Podcasters at Gay Pride this year. If you do come out and say hi, you might just make it on to one or more of our podcasts since we will, undoubtedly, be doing some recording. In addition, we will probably have T-shirts, paintings, photography, jewelry, posters, and other items for sale as each of us is, by nature, very creative. Now, due to the fact that I was so busy this week working on my project and the fact that this show has been so delayed, today’s show will be very short. Next week, I will return with a full show with all the bells and whistles.

Contact Information
Email: LGBTKC@gmail.com
Listener Feedback Line: 206-339-LGBT
Show Notes and Listen Online: lgbtkc.blogspot.com.


Take Action
Congress will vote on the discriminatory Federal Marriage Amendment as early as June. Your members of Congress need to hear from you, NOW! We need everyone to join in the fight! Go to HRC.org/VoteNo and sign the Million for Marriage Petition, then please spread the word to as many friends, family and online mailing lists as you can! When you fill out the petition and click Sign Now, a postcard with your name and address will automatically print out at the Human Rights Campaign headquarters. The HRC staff will hand-deliver each postcard to congressional offices on June 5 — the week of the Senate vote. Also make sure that you check the box to sign up for HRC's online Action Network so they can keep you informed about next steps to fight the discriminatory amendment. Again, I cannot stress how important this is, we are talking about a FEDERAL law that would ban gay marriage. When you are notifying the people you know, please don’t forget your straight allies. Their support will be critical to defeating this amendment.



Events

Future Events:
Kansas City Gay Pride, June 2,3 & 4
Out in Westport, Sunday, October 1

Regular Events:
Wednesday, April 26 The Day of Silence is a student-led day of action designed to draw attention to the discrimination and - in effect, the silencing - experienced by LGBT students and their allies. In the Kansas City area, over 500 students from over two dozen high schools and colleges will be spending the day not speaking to draw attention to these unheard voices. At the end of the day, supporters of LGBT equality are welcome to attend the Breaking the Silence Rally and Celebration. The rally will be at the JC Nichols Fountain at 47th and Broadway from 5-6 PM. After the rally, from 7- 10 PM we will be hosting a Breaking the Silence Celebration at the Spirit of Hope Metropolitan Community Church at 3801 Wyandotte. This event will feature radical cheerleaders, Rah Booty; musical performances by Reach, Jen Lawless and Lori Brune, One Million Tiny Tiny Jesuses, and Bent Left; a community resource fair; and more! For more information, contact Sarah Finken at 913-981-2280 or sfinken@glsenkc.org, visit www.glsenkc.org or go to or DayOfSilence.org for local and national details.

Thursday, April 27, 2006 7-9 PM Estate Planning for Unmarried and Same-Sex Couples is taking place at LGCC. Unmarried and same-sex couples lack the same concrete tax, inheritance and employment benefits that marriage bestows, these benefits must be created through the use of estate planning documents and contracts. Heather Counts, a tax and estate planning attorney will teach you the basics of estate planning, with special consideration given to planning techniques and issues applicable to unmarried and same-sex couples. Topics will include: Who receives your assets at death and how? What is the best process for protecting assests? Planning for Incapacity and Tax Planning.

April 29, 2006 at 1:30. Homebuying Seminar. "Thinking of buying or selling your home? Come learn how to sell your house in a buyer's market. Learn how and why the market favors buyers. Find out the latest in industry discounts for both buyers and sellers. Jamie Straley with Remax Premier Realty and Danielle Coon with Wells Fargo Home Mortgage will break it all down for you. Please call 816.210.9632 or email jstraley@kc.rr.com to reserve your spot for this class.

Kansas City Gay Pride Fundraisers will be held on the following days:
Friday, April 28 at Weatherbee’s at 10pm
Saturday, April 29 during the Humanitarian Awards at Missie B’s at 6pm
Saturday, April 29 during the After Bar Party at The Firehouse
Sunday, April 30 during the Flo Show at Tootsie’s at 10pm

Ongoing Events:
Hear Me Out Toastmasters, a public speaking, communication, and leadership organization for Kansas City's lesbian and gay community, meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month from 7:00-8:30 PM at First Lutheran Church, 6400 State Line Road.

LGBT Domestic Violence Support Group sponsored by KCAVP is for domestic violence survivors who identify as LGB or T. This group is for those who have been or are currently in abusive relationships. It meets weekly and is held in a confidential location. Contact the Kansas City Anti-Violence Project via their website at kcavp.org, or call them at 816-561-0550.

M.E.N. - The Men's Enrichment Network is a group of men 18 & older in the Greater Kansas City area who are comfortable in a group which is accepting of other men of all sexualities. We meet to enrich our lives thru the sharing of ideas and experiences which can lead to more fulfilling lives. Visit their website, the link is in the show notes, for more info. The Men's Enrichment Network meets every Sunday from 6:30 - 8:00 PM at the Cathedral located 13th & Broadway.

The following events are taking place regularly at the LGCC - KC
Justus For State Senate Meeting, Monday Nights Weekly, 7:00 PM
Queer as Folk Showing, Thursday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Movie at the Center Nights, Friday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Women's Support Group, First Saturday of each month
Women's Q-Dating Night, Second Wednesday of each month, 7:00 PM
12th Annual OUT IN WESTPORT Planning meeting, Third Tuesday of every month
Men's Q-Dating Night, Third Wednesday of each month, 7:00 PM (May)

All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church holds weekly church services, there are the
Celebration of Life Services - Sunday mornings from 8:45 - 9:45 am and 11:15 - 12:15
UU Forum - 10 a.m. Sundays
Service for the Soul - Every Friday at 6:00pm



Music via PMN:
Matthew Ebel with Single Man's Lament
bill with Sound Scientist


Sunday, April 16, 2006

LGBT-KC #006

April 15 - April 23, 2006

Show Notes Comming Soon...

Listen to LGBT-KC Weekly #006

Sunday, April 09, 2006

LGBT-KC #005

April 7 - April 16, 2006

Featured Podcast - Lucky Bitch Radio

Featured Publication - Verge

Featured Website - American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas and Western Missouri

Take Action - Support your local podcaster

Organizational Spotlight - KC Anti-Violence Project

Events

Future Events:
18th Annual AIDS Walk Kansas City, April 22, 2006
Gay Pride Kansas City 2006, June 2,3 & 4
The 2006 Out in Westport will be held on Sunday, October 1, 2006 (No website available at this time)

Regular Events:
April 8, 2006
The Women's Support Group, led by Elaine Meizlich, will meet on the second Saturday of April, rather than the first. This will only be the case in April; the group will return to the first Saturday in May. Elaine Meizlish is collaborating with the LGCCKC to host a NEW support group for women who are married, separated, or divorced and coming out. Elaine is a clinical social worker, who has expertise and experience in helping women explore and deal with the issues of being married and coming out. This monthly support and educational group is for women who are feeling the bind of being married and either coming out or questioning their sexual orientation. The group typically meets the first Saturday of each month from 10:00 AM - noon at the LGCC. To register, please call Elaine Meizlish at 913-677- 5255 or the Center at 816-931-4420.

Bunny Bowl Fundraiser on Saturday, April 8 at noon to Benefit KCAVP and IGBO
Will be held at Ward Parkway Lanes, 1523 W. 89th Street, Kansas City, MO; Cost: $20 per person and you don’t need a team. Bring your friends! Join the KCAVP and the International Gay Bowling Organization (IGBO) 2006 Bowling Committee as we host the Bunny Bowl. Bowl four games and throw out the low score. Throw a strike hitting a specially marked pin and you will have your name entered for a special drawing. A 50/50 raffle will also be held (half of the raffle proceeds to you and half to the charities).

The next Kansas City Gay Pride board meeting, which is open to the public, will be on Tuesday, April 11, 2006, at 7:00 PM at the LGCC-KC, 207 Westport Road, Kansas City, MO.

The Human Rights Campaign is sponsoring a panel discussion on Wednesday April 12th from 7:30-10:00 PM The topic is: Introduction to Transgender Issues: What does it mean? An evening of discussion on issues surrounding gender identity and expression - 3 Transgender Speakers, 1 Attorney, Personal Stories, Legal Implications, Local and National Issues. Donna Rose, guest speaker, is a postoperative transsexual woman. Today she is a well-known educator, author, advocate, and spokesperson of a condition steeped in misconception, prejudice, and ignorance. The talk will be held at the University of Kansas, 1301 Jayhawk Blvd., Woodruff Auditorium Level 5, Lawrence, KS 66045

Ongoing Events:
Hear Me Out Toastmasters, a public speaking, communication, and leadership organization for Kansas City's lesbian and gay community, meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month from 7:00-8:30 PM at First Lutheran Church, 6400 State Line Road. Sharpen your speaking skills, develop your self-confidence, and find your voice in an LGBT- friendly environment. Visitors welcome!

LGBT Domestic Violence Support Group
KCAVP offers a support group for domestic violence survivors who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender. This group is for LGBT people who have been or are currently in abusive relationships. Includes all genders (male, female, transgender, queer). Meets weekly and is held in a confidential location. Facilitated by a therapist and victim advocate. KCAVP is the only organization around that specifically helps LGBT victims of domestic and sexual violence as well as hate crimes. Contact the Kansas City Anti-Violence Project via their website, email them at SupportGroup@kcavp.org or call them at 816-561-0550.

M.E.N. - The Men's Enrichment Network is a group of men 18 & older in the Kansas City, MO & KS area who are comfortable in a group which is accepting of other men who may self identify as Gay, Bisexual, Asexual, Nonsexual, or Heterosexual. We meet to enrich our lives thru the sharing of ideas and experiences which can lead to more fulfilling lives. We provide support to one another. In addition to our frequent Round Table & small group Discussions on topics of interest - Visit our website for more info. The Men's Enrichment Network meets every Sunday from 6:30 - 8:00 PM at the Cathedral located 13th & Broadway. Future discussions will include: What It Means To Provide Support To Another; Men’s Health Issues; Meditation Basics; The Emotional Male; Personal Grief Work; Death and Dying

The following events are taking place regularly at the LGCC - KC
Queer as Folk Showing, Thursday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Movie at the Center Nights, Friday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Women's Q-Dating Night, Second Wednesday of each month, 7:00 PM
Men's Q-Dating Night, Third Wednesday of each month, 7:00 PM
Justus For State Senate Meeting, Monday Nights Weekly, 7:00 PM
Women's Support Group, First Saturday of each month

All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church holds weekly church services, there are the
Celebration of Life Services - Sunday mornings from 8:45 - 9:45 am and 11:15 - 12:15 am
UU Forum - 10 a.m. Sundays
Service for the Soul - Every Friday at 6:00pm

Music from PMN:
Steve Newman and Friends / Lullaby for Lawyers
Adrina Thorpe / Round The Bend

Listen to LGBT-KC Weekly #005

Saturday, April 01, 2006

LGBT-KC #004

Show Notes for March 31 - April 9, 2006.

News stories this week were found in Camp Magazine.

Featured Podcast - “Shut That Bitch Up” - ShutThatBitchUp.com

Featured Publication - CAMP – campkc.com

Featured Website - Qpodder.com

Take Action
I read a story in Camp magazine on Kansas City’s lack of any of the three cable stations dedicated solely to gay programming - Logo, here!, and Q Television (QTN). It was suggested that if you want to watch programming focused on your demographic, that you make your voice heard by contacting your cable company. With that in mind, here are a few of the cable companies phone #’s:
Time Warner Cable – (816) 358-8833
Dish Network - (816) 471-8881
Direct TV – (816) 471-8880

Organizational Spotlight
Passages - kcpassages.org
info@kcpassages - 816-931-0334
4007 Central, Kansas City, MO. 64111

Events
Future Events:
The 2006 Out in Westport will be held on Sunday, October 1, 2006
Gay Pride Kansas City 2006, June 2,3 & 4

Regular Events:
Saturday, April 1, 2006 @ 1:00 PM on the Tenth Voice which can be found on KKFI at 90.1 FM, Elaine Meizlish, Mark Manning, Linda Wilson, Jason Clinton, and Diana Shattuck all join together, in the studio, for KKFI's 2006 Spring Fund Drive. Please call 816-931-3122 to donate to keep Community Radio ALIVE! Help us continue bringing this kind of community programming to your radio. Special Guests include: Donna Ross who joins us to talk about the Kansas City Anti Violence Project and Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Kansas City Gay Naturist Society will be meeting on Tuesday, April 4th from 5-8 pm. Contact rfausett@TheGreenCompany.com for the location.

The Healthy Living Staff offers confidential HIV testing on the First Tuesday of every month (this month that is April 4th) from 5:30 to 7pm at the Saeger House (7725 W. 87th Street), one half mile from either Antioch or Metcalf. At this time they also offer free condoms, lubes, and sexual health information. You can also browse their lending library of gay-themed books and videos.

April 8, 2006
The Women's Support Group, led by Elaine Meizlich, will meet on the second Saturday of April, rather than the first. This will only be the case in April; the group will return to the first Saturday in May.
Elaine Meizlish is collaborating with the LGCCKC to host a NEW support group for women who are married, separated, or divorced and coming out.
Elaine Meizlish LSCSW, is a clinical social worker, who has expertise and experience in helping women explore and deal with the issues of being married and coming out. This monthly support and educational group is for women who are feeling the bind of being married and either coming out or questioning their sexual orientation. The group typically meets the first Saturday of each month from 10:00 AM - noon at the LGCCKC, 207 Westport Road, Kansas City, MO.
To register, please call Elaine Meizlish at 913-677- 5255 or the Center at 816-931-4420.

Bunny Bowl Fundraiser on Saturday, April 8 at noon to Benefit KCAVP and IGBO
Will be held at Ward Parkway Lanes, 1523 W. 89th Street, Kansas City, MO; Cost: $20 per person and you don’t need a team. Bring your friends! Join the KCAVP and the International Gay Bowling Organization (IGBO) 2006 Bowling Committee as we host the Bunny Bowl. Bowl four games and throw out the low score. Throw a strike hitting a specially marked pin and you will have your name entered for a special drawing. A 50/50 raffle will also be held (half of the raffle proceeds to you and half to the charities).

Ongoing Events:
Hear Me Out Toastmasters, a public speaking, communication, and leadership organization for Kansas City's lesbian and gay community, meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month from 7:00-8:30 PM at First Lutheran Church, 6400 State Line Road. Sharpen your speaking skills, develop your self-confidence, and find your voice in an LGBT- friendly environment. Visitors welcome!

LGBT Domestic Violence Support Group
KCAVP
offers a support group for domestic violence survivors who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender. This group is for LGBT people who have been or are currently in abusive relationships. Includes all genders (male, female, transgender, queer). Meets weekly and is held in a confidential location. Facilitated by a therapist and victim advocate. KCAVP is the only organization around that specifically helps LGBT victims of domestic and sexual violence as well as hate crimes. Contact the Kansas City Anti-Violence Project via their website at kcavp.org, email them at SupportGroup@kcavp.org or call them at 816-561-0550.

M.E.N. - The Men's Enrichment Network is a group of men 18 & older in the Kansas City, MO & KS area who are comfortable in a group which is accepting of other men who may self identify as Gay, Bisexual, Asexual, Nonsexual, or Heterosexual. We meet to enrich our lives thru the sharing of ideas and experiences which can lead to more fulfilling lives. We provide support to one another. In addition to our frequent Round Table & small group Discussions on topics of interest - Visit our website for more info. The Men's Enrichment Network meets every Sunday from 6:30 - 8:00 PM at the Cathedral located 13th & Broadway. Future discussions will include: What It Means To Provide Support To Another; Men’s Health Issues; Meditation Basics; The Emotional Male; Personal Grief Work; Death and Dying

The following events are taking place regularly at the LGCC - KC
Queer as Folk Showing, Thursday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Movie at the Center Nights, Friday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Women's Support Group, First Saturday of each month

All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church
holds weekly church services, there are the
Celebration of Life Services - Sunday mornings at 8:45 - 9:45 am and 11:15 - 12:15 am
UU Forum - 10 a.m. Sundays - Bragg Auditorium
Service for the Soul - Every Friday at 6:00 pm - Lay-led gathering to share joys and concerns and to center with music, reflections, & readings.


Email: LGBTKC @ gmail . com
Vmail: 206-339-LGBT (5428)
Show Notes: lgbtkc.blogspot.com
Feed: lgbtkc.libsyn.com/rss

Music:
Fairy Story by Brobdingnagian Bards
Take Me Back by Geoff Smith
Hell of a Boy by The Lacivious Biddies

All music courtesy of the Podsafe Music Network (PMN)

Saturday, March 25, 2006

LGBT-KC #003

Show Notes March 24 - April 3, 2006

Featured Podcast - Ongline Podcast

Featured Publication - KC Exposures Weekly Magazine

Featured Website - Bi The Way

Take Action -
Move On .org has created a petition to censure President Bush
On Monday March 13, 2006 Senator Russ Feingold introduced a resolution to censure President Bush for breaking the law by illegally wiretapping American citizens.
Censuring the president is a reasonable first step in condemning the president's actions. Now it's up to us to show broad public support for Senator Feingold's resolution. Sign the petition asking Congress to join the call for censure. As of this reading, they have had 413,880 people sign this petition which is 82% of their goal of 500,000 signatures!


Organizational Spotlight
The Lesbian Gay Community Center is located at 207 Westport Road and is open 6-9 Monday through Friday. To volunteer, you must attend a Volunteer Training. The next Volunteer Training will be held on Saturday, March 25, from 1:00 - 4:00 PM. Email Andy andy@lgcckc.org or call the center at 816.931.4420 and let him know you are interested. Some of the jobs available are:

Front desk: Answer phones, greet community guests
Weekly e-mail: Maintain and produce a weekly e- mail
Data entry: Maintain private and public databases
Membership renewals: Basic phone work with phone script
Event support: Planning and supporting different events
Office support: Administrative tasks
Housekeeping/maintenance: Maintain clean facilities
Grantwriting: Assist Grant Chair with development tasks
Graphic design & production: Assist Marketing Chair with development tasks
Envelope stuffing: Assist Marketing Chair and staff with preparing items for mailing
Program assistant: Assist Programming Chair with program coordination

News
We are pleased to announce that the Kansas City, Missouri, Health Department will once again be working on a survey with LGCC-KC so we can now "Check the Pulse."
The Pulse was the second LGBT community health assessment ever done. By doing the survey again in 2006, we will be able to see where the community has made health improvements and where we still face challenges.
For this, we need your help. The first meeting of the Outreach Committee, the people who will actually help us get surveys taken by people, will be held soon. Stay tuned for more details!
Here are a few exciting facts about The Pulse:
The largest comprehensive community health sample of lesbians ever surveyed.
The largest comprehensive community health sample of transgendered individuals ever surveyed. (12)
The community has had 3 articles published nationally (and a fourth one on the way) using the data from The Pulse.
The marketing for The Pulse won the Silver Award from the National Public Health Information Coalition for Campaigns. To volunteer, e-mail info@lgcckc.org!

In other news:
Kansas City is organizing a team for the Gay Games VII to be held July 15-22 in Chicago. There are dozens of sports and events in which you can compete.
Take a quick minute and register yourself on the site with the sports you plan on competing in as well as a little bio/contact info. There is a discussion board for travel, general sports talk and other things. The site also has upcoming events and a Gay Games recap that will be updated as decisions are made. If you're not going to the games, register anyway as the site will help connect people looking to start new teams locally or funnel interested people to established teams.
This is also where you can find out about upcoming meetings for Team Kansas City. Go to TotoSports.org for more information.

Events

Saturday, March 25, from 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Volunteer training at the Lesbian Gay Community Center of Kansas City.

Saturday, March 25, 2006 @ 1:00 PM on the Tenth Voice which can be found on KKFI at 90.1 FM, Jason Clinton and Diana Shattuck are back to host and produce the monthly Youth Radio Edition of The Tenth Voice featuring the voices and ideas of LGBT youth from Kansas City's Passages.

Heartland Men's Chorus will be performing
Saturday, March 25 @ 8:00 PM and Sunday, March 26 @ 4:00 PM
Folly Theater, 300 West 12 Street, Kansas City, MO.
HMC has performed songs by many famous composers and performers over the years. This spring, the Chorus explores the whirlwind life and unforgettable songs of gay icon and national treasure, Judy Garland. Songs such as "Over the Rainbow" and "The Trolley Song" will be performed, complete with glittering lights, beautiful sets, and the all the showmanship they can muster!
Tickets available by calling 816-931-3338 or online.

You may have heard me tell you about this on my Tuesday podcast but apparently, there was a discrepancy in the date so the updated information, is as follows:
The LGBT Equality Day will be held on on March 29 in Jefferson City, from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM. PROMO (Personal Rights of Missourians) is a state-wide LGBT civil rights organization that encourages you to join the crowd of LGBT floks and allies. Equality Day is an annual lobby day to ensure lawmakers in Jefferson City are aware of the legislation that affects the lives of LGBT people in Missouri. Registration is $10 and $5 for students. Get more information and register online today.

Saturday, April 1, 2006 @ 1:00 PM on the Tenth Voice which can be found on KKFI at 90.1 FM, Elaine Meizlish, Mark Manning, Linda Wilson, Jason Clinton, and Diana Shattuck all join together, in the studio, for KKFI's 2006 Spring Fund Drive. Please call 816-931-3122 to donate to keep Community Radio ALIVE! Help us continue bringing this kind of community programming to your radio. Special Guests include: Donna Ross who joins us to talk about the Kansas City Anti Violence Project and Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Hear Me Out Toastmasters, a public speaking, communication, and leadership organization for Kansas City's lesbian and gay community, meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month from 7:00-8:30 PM at First Lutheran Church, 6400 State Line Road. Sharpen your speaking skills, develop your self-confidence, and find your voice in an LGBT- friendly environment. Visitors welcome!

The following events are taking place regularly at LGCC - KC
Queer as Folk Showing, Thursday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Movie at the Center Nights, Friday nights weekly, 7:00 PM
Women's Support Group, First Saturday of each month

All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church holds weekly church services, there are the
Celebration of Life Services - Sunday mornings at 8:45 - 9:45 am and 11:15 - 12:15 am
UU Forum - 10 a.m. Sundays - Bragg Auditorium
Service for the Soul - Every Friday at 6:00 pm - Lay-led gathering to share joys and concerns and to center with music, reflections, & readings.

Email: LGBTKC@gmail.com
Vmail: 206-339-LGBT
Show Notes: lgbtkc.blogspot.com
Feed: lgbtkc.libsyn.com

Music:
Hey Hey Sister by Laura Clapp
Wasting My Time by Matthew Ebel

Additional Music: Used for bumpers
Joy by Charlie Crowe - Intro Theme
Hide and Seek - Piano by Marty Buttwinick - Featured Podcast Theme
Rollin-sample by Kparx - Featured Publication Theme
Halloween by Retail - Featured Website Theme
Bongo Booty by Vincent Van Go Go - Take Action Theme
The Restaurant - Piano by Marty Buttwinick - Organizational Spotlight Theme
2073 The New Gladiators by Eric Kauschen - News Theme
The Marionette by Two Star Symphony - Events Theme

All music courtesy of the Podsafe Music Network (PMN)

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

LGBT-KC #002

Short Show - Events Only for Monday - Friday 3/20-3/24, 2006

Music: The Sun Again Will Shine by Slackstring via PMN


Email: LGBTKC @ gmail . com
Vmail: 206-339-LGBT (5428)

LGBT-KC #001.5

No show today due to death of my grandmother this morning. Will try to record this weekend, if not, check back next Thursday.

Monday, March 20, 2006

LGBT-KC #000

Small show, recorded quickly, posted VERY slowly. Events and news only. First show ever - Be nice.

Music by Da Vinci's Notebook, and Deirdre Flint via the Podshow Music Network (PMN)

Email: LGBTKC @ gmail . com
Vmail: 206-339-LGBT (5428)

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Welcome to the LGBT-KC Podcast Show Notes Blogpage

This is where I will be posting show notes for the LGBT-KC podcast.
Vmail: 206-339-LGBT
Email: lgbtkc @ gmail . com