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One of the longest running LGBTQ+ radio shows in Canada, Queer FM Vancouver: Reloaded blends current events, human interest, arts, news and entertainment with a focus on LGBTQ+ involvement and community building. Get your rundown on Vancouver, Canada, and the World in every colour of the LGBTQ+ rainbow, our allies and more. Check out Barb Snelgrove and DJ Denise on Queer FM Vancouver: Reloaded with highlights from LGBTQ+ artists and content from around the world with special attention on hom ...
 
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Shining a light on the power of creativity in Pennsylvania communities, Prism digs into the commonwealth's creative ecosystem and how it intersects with almost every aspect of life. This program is produced by Keystone Edge, an online magazine covering what's next and best in Pennsylvania, in partnership with the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. More info at KeystoneEdge.com and Arts.PA.gov.
 
IG Living Advocate podcast connects you to get your questions answered from experts on a variety of topics related to living with a chronic illness. IG Living is the only magazine for the immune globulin (IG) community comprised of patients who suffer from chronic illness and their caregivers. www.igliving.com/life-with-ig/ig-living-advocate-podcast.html
 
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HELEN COUNTS (she/her) is a queer indie singer songwriter who began her musical career singing in East Coast coffee houses. This resident of Madison, Wisconsin then self published her own CD, 'Into Your Arms' in 2002 which is newly released NOW on streaming platforms. She first broke into Spotify in 2021 with her single 'That Look', followed quickl…
 
Our mushroom episodes are becoming more and more common and we're not mad about it! In Episode 35 we chat with Zane Marsh, a local fungi enthusiast who recently moved to Boulder from Ohio. We talk about mental health benefits, psilocybin legalization here in Colorado, various fungi applications and abilities of different strains, and ideas for how …
 
SIESKI (she/her) is a Vancouver-based performer and multi-disciplinary artist. As a singer, songwriter, musician, and actor, she is a queer-femme force, charming audiences on the stage and screen. The pandemic was a catalyst in SIESKI’s music, landing her in the Top 20 of the online songwriting competition, ‘Sing for the Shot,’ composing an origina…
 
Buckle up for an intense yet informative and enlightening episode 34 with cancer survivor and cannabis advocate Danielle Gilliam. Trigger Warning: In this episode, we talk about cancer, medical procedures, mental health and using natural medicines compared to Opioids. She gives incredible insight into her journey of being diagnosed with Chordoma, a…
 
2021 saw THE HYAENAS launch onto the music scene in an explosive sold-out performance alongside iconic rock duo, The Pack AD and they haven’t slowed down since. Embodying the energy and ferocity of the animal they are named after, Hyaenas is a new Indie Rock band breaking into the Canadian music scene. With fun, catchy hooks, their songs are writte…
 
Francis Plourde (he/him) is an award-winning journalist from Quebec. He co-produced the podcast Recall: How to Start a Revolution on the rise and fall of the FLQ, Quebec’s radical movement of the sixties. Since Francis joined Radio-Canada in 2007, he’s worked across the country - mostly in French, sometimes in English. His work has appeared on inve…
 
In episode 33, Vince DiMichele is back for round 2! McCarter and SK interview Vince for a second time to discuss the current state of the cannabis market here in Colorado and the budding New York market; see episode 7 ~ Cannabis Compliance & LSD for our first conversation with Vince. We also get into the future of psilocybin (and other natural medi…
 
RABIN (he/him) is the author of the novel 'I Only Make Love In Montreal'. This stunning debut collection of stories draws heavily on the author’s memories of growing up in Trinidad and explores themes of family, faith, race, child abuse, sexuality, and otherness. Heartbreaking yet hopeful, funny yet wise, these stories are infused with the warmth a…
 
Out On Screen is bringing back the highly anticipated Annual Vancouver Queer Film Festival (VQFF) for its 34th edition and we welcomed their ED, Brandon Yan to join us and talk about all the incredible programming that is in store for you. The festival runs August 11-21st this year, both online and in person with a creative theme of “Make It Yours”…
 
Have you watched the culinary show Chopped? Chef Emily Oyer, this episode's guest, won an episode of Chopped 420! For episode 32, McCarter and SK sat down with Oyer and got the entire run-down of her experience on the show and how she has made her way as a cannabis chef. Oyer made the trek from Aspen to Boulder to chat with us about proper dosing t…
 
Elliott Ramsey (he/him/them) is Curator of The Polygon Gallery and holds a Master of Arts degree in Comparative Media Arts (2015) from Simon Fraser University. In 2021, he curated Interior Infinite, an exhibition on self-portraiture through masquerade and disguise featuring internationally acclaimed artists including Nick Cave, Martine Gutierrez, Z…
 
Karen Marshall (she/her) As co-founder of Fleurs de Villes and with a long-term international career in publishing and the digital space, Karen has put together countless programs bringing key community organizations and media together to create outstanding promotions and immersive experiences through the joy of flowers. With Fleurs de Villes, she …
 
We get vulnerable! In episode 31, we bring on Cody aka @esoteric.420 on Instagram, who has been creating cannabis content for over 7 years and accumulated a following of over 130,000 people with his macro-style cannabis photography and videos. We talk about the universe throwing obstacles at you and how to stick to your path, how to adapt to new te…
 
Henry Fry (he/him) grew up a gay vegetarian butcher’s boy in rural Southwest England. After stints as a theatre designer, journalist, copywriter and briefly manager of a crystal shop, he is now a writer, designer and LGBTQIA+ activist living in London. His words have appeared everywhere from national magazines, sites and apps to protest placards an…
 
Arts are a driver of growth and vitality — that's the argument being made by economic development and local government leaders across Pennsylvania. In a lively conversation, we heard from two such folks, one from Erie County and one from York County, about how their communities support, fund, and catalyze the creative sector, and how that work is p…
 
Emerging singer/songwriter, Courtney Wolfe (she/her) delivers passionate indie-pop music through stripped lyrics and abstract sounds. Beginning to sing from a young age, Courtney’s true connection with music unfolded when she discovered her love for the art of songwriting. As her musical skills developed, Courtney Wolfe made her official debut in 2…
 
Episode 30 is here! We spoke to Shelby Kaminski and Volta Lourias of Edaphic Solutions about permaculture, the beneficial plants and bugs that can help replenish our soil, how they make the liquid plant food that is compost tea, and why natural carbon-based fertilizers are better than processed, chemical-heavy nitrate-based fertilizers to save our …
 
ISABEL KANAAN Executive Producer/Performer/Writer/Co-Creator ISABEL KANA’AN (she/her) is a Filipina-Canadian actor, comedian and writer. Isabel is a Second City graduate and Seneca College Acting for Camera and Voice alumna. She has been awarded the NBC Universal Bob Curry Fellowship. A cast member of two iconic Canadian comedy classics, Royal Cana…
 
What a treat! This conversation is so fun and unlike anything we have done before. Matthew Williams is a Denver-based, Kansas City-bred entrepreneur and founder of Escospark LLC; he works with cannabis and ancillary businesses helping to spread the love and education of the plant. We discuss hemp packaging solutions, starting your own business, gro…
 
THIS WEEK on QueerFM Van we shine the spotlight on our Indig-queer community for National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day! We at QueerFM Van gratefully acknowledge that we live and operate on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, x?m??k??y??m (Musqueam), S?wx?wú7mesh (Squamish), S…
 
Veronica Gutierrez (she/her) is the author of As You Look, a mystery novel. She is a former community organizer, civil servant, civil rights attorney, and corporate executive. She draws from years of experience in those worlds for her fiction. "In "As You Look", former LAPD cop-turned private investigator Yolanda Ávila blames herself for her mother…
 
Lil Pharmer, first name Michael, has been growing cannabis for medical patients in Colorado for over 10 years. Originating from West Virginia, Michael shares his story into how the cannabis caregiver process works, how to create your own genetics with pollen from a male plant, and we test out some of his delectable buds. Find him on Instagram @lil_…
 
Brayo Bryans (he/him - real name Brian Nkoyooyo) is a Toronto-based aspiring singer-songwriter and newcomer from Uganda East Africa. A human rights activist, Brayo has used his musical talents to advocate for LGBTQ+ Rights in Uganda and empower, sensitize, and educate about LGBTQ+ issues. He is the Composer of the Ugandan LGBTQ+ movement song calle…
 
This episode is filled with information from Zach Hedstrom, founder and owner of Boulder Mushroom, a culinary and medicinal mushroom cultivation farm and laboratory located in Boulder, Colorado. We discuss turkey tail and lion's mane in detail, two of the most promising species of fungi in terms of medicinal capabilities. Boulder Mushroom is workin…
 
All The Way Mae is the powerhouse performer and producer behind Twisted Tassels Productions. They are Autistic, queer, and non-binary, and the proud parent of two Autistic kiddos. When they created Twisted Tassels, their aim was to make productions that reflected their social justice values and promoted equity within the art form. *****************…
 
There's so much stigma around cannabis, but there's even more stigma around mom's who use cannabis, usually for fear that they suddenly become a bad parent. This episode with Katy Ibsen, founder & publisher of Sweet Jane Magazine. We talk about the threat of women (unknowingly) getting drug tested in the hospital and Child Protective Services takin…
 
Peter Breeze is a former club kid and underground pop star who performed with acts like Bif Naked, Aaron Carter and Sharon Needles. He now has a podcast called The Superficial Spirit that explores the relationship between pop culture and spirituality and has featured Canadian icons like Jann Arden, Rick Campinelli, Simone Denny and Priyanka. How do…
 
What are NFTs? How are they related to art & cannabis? We discuss all this and more with Denver-based artist Ruben Cabrera, aka RubeZilla (Rube for short), known for his emotion-filled "Faces" street art. Growing up in New York with family roots in Puerto Rico, Rube describes how he got into weed after getting out of the military, and has used art …
 
Have you ever smoked a blunt? It's one of the most iconic ways to smoke weed in America thanks to rap & hip-hop culture. We get deep into the weeds with co-founders Jarell Wall and Austin Pflumm of Gentleman Quinns Blunt Co., high class big ass blunts (with zero tobacco) about how they started a cannabis business from the ground up back in 2015 wit…
 
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