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|Podcast: The GOP's anti-gay circus|
|Written by Staff|
|Friday, 06 January 2012 11:20|
GA Voice editor Laura Douglas-Brown was featured on AM 1690 | The Voice of the Arts this week in a bi-weekly segment highlighting upcoming arts and entertainment events and LGBT community news featured in our upcoming issue.
In this week's segment, Laura discusses our cover story, an in-depth preview of the 2012 GOP primary elections, previews Atlanta's upcoming Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend events and highlights the new Focus Features film "Pariah."
Editor's note: The GA Voice will be featured on AM 1690 | The Voice of the Arts on a bi-weekly basis corresponding with each upcoming print issue. Each segment will consist of local arts, entertainment and news highlights and previews. Tune in each Thursday before our print dates at 10 a.m. to AM 1690 to listen live.
About AM 1690: Through its engaging array of musical, literary, and cultural programs, AM 1690 provides for its listeners a strong and much-needed “Voice of the Arts.” For more information, please visit www.1690wmlb.com.
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