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Drag Isn’t Dangerous. True is that! The well-named benefit live telethon will hit home the point that this anti-LGBTQ+ sentiment is held by a minority of people. But those loud voices have had a big impact across blue states with anti-drag, anti-trans and anti-LGBTQ+ laws hitting the books.

We helped do our part for the movement with Drag4Drag, but the need to show support continues. Read on for details about Sunday’s event and much more as we start the first week of May 2023.

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Rock the Park: DSB – The Music of Journey

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The Palm Springs Chamber’s Rock the Park series presents the tribute band DSB – The Music of Journey on Wednesday, May 3 at 7 pm at the Downtown Palm Springs Park. The concerts in the Rock the Park series are free and attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and/or folding chairs. DSB has captured the lush and signature sound of renowned vocalist Steve Perry and Journey in their prime. Complete with a band of world-class musicians, DSB remains true to Journey’s musical legacy and delivers the definitive concert experience that will keep you believin’! More info

Palm Springs Hot Rodeo

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The Greater Palm Springs Rodeo Corporation presents the 2023 Palm Springs Hot Rodeo this Thursday through Sunday, May 4–7. The weekend kicks off Thursday night with a Hot Rodeo Dance Contest at 7 pm at Barracks Bar with ribbons for each category and a Dance Champion Buckle presented to the overall winner. On Friday, it’s a Pool Party & Games from 1–5 pm and Rodeo contestant registration from 5–8 pm at the host hotel, the Days Inn by Wyndham Palm Springs. Friday night happy hours and mixers will be at various bars in Palm Springs and Cathedral City, with the official Hot Rodeo Welcome Party from 8 pm–midnight at Tool Shed. The Hot Rodeo events take place Saturday and Sunday at A.C. Dysart Equestrian Center in Banning, and the fun continues Saturday night back with Dancing Under the Stars from 7–11 pm at Oscar’s Downtown Palm Springs. The awards ceremony will be around 7 pm (or 2 hours following the final Rodeo event) on Sunday, at the Days Inn. See our event listing for more details: Get tickets

Boozehounds’ Cinco de Mayo Parking Lot Party

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You and your best friend/s (the human kind as well) are invited to Boozehounds on Friday, May 5 for their Cinco de Mayo Parking Lot Party from 2–7 pm. The Party will be hosted by your favorite drag queen, Sabryna Williams, with live music, dancing, tacos, games, (drag) performances and of course, TEQUILA. Executive Chef Aric Lanna will head up the Pop Up Taco Station while DJ Chris DeJesus provides the beats. In addition you can enjoy a live performance by Sabryna Williams, games, photo ops and TEQUILA. More info

Dante’s Drag Race Recaps Are Coming Back

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Gay Desert Guide Drag Correspondent Dante Noto is back on the beat and gearing up to offer weekly recaps of the upcoming Season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars. Check out his preview of the thirteen queens returning from earlier seasons to compete for a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame, as well as some thoughts on why this is a time when, as Dante writes, “Now more than ever, it’s vital to stand up for and celebrate the drag and trans communities.” Read the full preview [here].

Doggies & Desserts

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Animal Samaritans and Guide Dogs of the Desert invite you to the 1st Annual Doggies & Desserts on Tuesday, May 2 from 4–7 pm at Revel Palm Desert. Meet canine heroes from Guide Dogs of the Desert, and Animal Samaritans will have adoptable pets on site as well as ACT dogs (Animal Companion Therapy). Learn canine tips and observe Sandy Miller as she demonstrates her dog training skills. Fine Art Photographer Kathy Rappaport of Flash Frozen Photography will set up a studio and donate 100% of the proceeds from your $25 donation, and you will receive a 5×7 print and the opportunity to order some special art of your loved furbaby. Enjoy giveaways, yummy desserts and raffle prizes too. More info

Positive Life Series – Neurological Complications

The HIV+ Aging Research Project Palm Springs presents the Positive Life Series on Tuesday, May 2 at 6 pm at the Palm Springs Cultural Center. This month, the topic is Neurological Complications of HIV System with guest speaker Dr. Howard Aronow, Neurologist, DAP Health & Private Practice. More info

Desert X – Final Week

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Desert X is just days from the end of its fourth biennial exhibition around the Coachella Valley, running now through Sunday, May 7. The site-specific installations by acclaimed international artists examines social and environmental themes. Check out our bookmarks for a closer look at Desert X from and Free and open to the public, stop in at the Desert X hub at the Ace Hotel or download the app for information on artists, a map to find the installations, and interactive content. More info

Fantasy Springs Job Fair

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Fantasy Springs Resort Casino is looking to hire over 80 team members at a Job Fair on Thursday, May 4 from 10 am–4 pm at the Special Events Center. Managers will be onsite to interview applicants and extend job offers on the spot for a wide range of roles such as Restaurant Server, Restaurant Manager, Beverage Bartenders/Servers, Cook, Cash Ops, Cage Cashier, Main Banker, Table Games Dealers/Floor Supervisors, Engineering, Public Safety, openings at the Hotel, and more. Come dressed in business attire and bring a resume! More info

Plaza Theatre Open Houses

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The Palm Springs Plaza Theatre Foundation is holding free Open House events at the theatre to display plans and renderings of the renovations to the historic building. The informal Open House events will take place every Tuesday from 7–8 pm through June 6, where Foundation board members and other volunteers will greet attendees and answer questions about the project. The purpose of these free weekly events is to provide attendees with an opportunity to see firsthand the restoration plans for the iconic building as it enters its Next Act. Reservations are not necessary. More info

An Evening with Gennine Francis

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The Palm Springs Animal Shelter presents an intimate evening with Gennine Francis as a benefit on Wednesday, May 3 from 5–8 pm at a private residence in Palm Springs. Originally discovered in a local talent show in 1971, Gennine was the youngest of the siblings that became the pop group “The Jackson Sisters.” Her professional singing career has evolved over the years and she is now recognized as one of the most talented vocalists of our time performing R&B, Pop, Soul, Jazz, Standards, and more. Get tickets

Beth Lapides: It’s a Lot

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The Bent Theatre Company presents Beth Lapides: It’s a Lot on Wednesday, May 3 at 7 pm the Palm Springs Cultural Center. Comedian, author, innovator, and muse Beth Lapides will talk about change, navigating through this overwhelming now, the nature of creating, and the possibility that everything is unfolding in divine and perfect order! Beth’s iconic blend of the soul searching, storying telling, meaning mining, moment making and revival tent inspiration, will be in full effect. Get tickets

CVRep Summer Cabaret Series

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CVRep presents their Summer Cabaret Series on Thursdays at 7 pm, starting with Melissa Errico on Thursday, May 4. Melissa brings her immaculate vocal style, that Stephen Sondheim loved, in a concert of songs from the greatest Broadway composer of his time. Melissa will sing all the Sondheim standards, and offer stories and insights from her decades’ long relationship with the composer. Come hear why one critic said that hearing Melissa singing Sondheim left him, “Stunned into an amazing feeling of having witnessed something life changing, life enhancing and of incredible beauty…an unforgettable evening.” See our event listing to see the variety of talent lined up in this series! Get tickets

Palm Desert Concerts in the Park – Upstream

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The City of Palm Desert is bringing live music back to the Civic Center Park amphitheater with a series of free, weekly concerts throughout the month of May. On Thursday, May 4 from 7–8:30 pm, Caribbean music group Upstream will take the stage. Known for their positive message and exhilarating Reggae, Calypso, Soca and Steel Drum beats, Upstream is sure to get the crowd moving! Pack your picnic baskets, or enjoy delicious culinary creations offered by a variety of food trucks parked by the amphitheater. More info

Tourism Foundation Golf Tournament


The third annual Greater Palm Springs Tourism Foundation Golf Tournament on Thursday, May 4 will raise much needed funds to for student scholarships and training for those in the hospitality industry. Enjoy a fun afternoon of golf followed by a reception with awards, silent auction, raffle and more at the beautiful Desert Willow Golf Resort in Palm Desert. More info

Cinco de Mayo on El Paseo

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The Shops on El Paseo present a Cinco de Mayo Festival on Friday, May 5 from 3–5 pm. Take a swing at giant piñatas to win sweet treats and gift cards, snap pictures with a friendly burro to benefit All Seated in a Barn, visit the photo booth for a fun keepsake, and enjoy festive live mariachi music, a churro bar, and of course refreshing beverages. Kids can also decorate their own maracas to take home. The day will also feature food and beverage specials from The Shops on El Paseo’s newest restaurant, Molé, which specializes in authentic Mexican food, as well as Porta Via, who will be celebrating their first anniversary on El Paseo. This is a free event but Registration is suggested. More info

Fellini Retrospective: Fellini’s Casanova

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Thanks to popular demand, the Palm Springs Cultural Center is extending its Fellini Retrospective series through the end of 2023, continuing on the first Friday of every month. The series is part of the Fellini 100 Tour, an international celebration of Fellini’s centennial. Experience why Fellini’s name is synonymous with the international art of cinema! On Friday, May 5 at 7 pm, the featured film will be Fellini’s Casanova (1976). A man (Donald Sutherland) uses his sexuality to find his place in life amid eccentric and strange characters. Get tickets

Secret Movie Club Returns Presents 70 MM Film Festival

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The Secret Movie Club returns to Palm Springs this weekend, May 5–7, for the 2023 70MM Palm Springs Getaway Festival. The movies are screened at the Camelot Theatre in the Palm Springs Cultural Center which was built specifically for 70 MM films. On Friday, May 5, Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2012 mind bender The Master will screen at 7:30 pm. On Saturday, May 6, James Cameron’s breathtaking blockbuster romance-disaster movie Titanic shows at 7 pm, followed by an after-party at the Amigo Room at the Ace Hotel from 11 pm–2 am. Finally, on Sunday, May 7, Stanley Kubrick’s all-time sci-fi masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey screens at 2 pm. Get tickets

Sunnylands’ Films in the Gardens

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Sunnylands will resume its semiannual series of free outdoor movie nights, Films in the Gardens with a selection of three culinary-themed movies presented in partnership with the Palm Springs Film Festival. On Friday, May 5 at 8 pm, they will show Big Night, set in 1950s New Jersey, where two brothers run an Italian restaurant. Business is not going well as a rival Italian restaurant is out-competing them. In a final effort to save the restaurant, the brothers plan an evening of incredible food. This year’s film series celebrates the 2022-2023 exhibition, A Place at the Table: Dining at Sunnylands. Future screenings include: The Hundred-Foot Journey on Friday, May 12 and East Side Sushi on Friday, May 19. More info

PALS Death Cafe

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They say “talking about death makes us feel good about living,” and this Thursday, May 4 from 2–3 pm, PALS (Planning Ahead for LGBTQ Seniors) presents their Death Cafe meeting on Zoom. This is a group-directed discussion of death with no agenda, specified topics, or designated outcomes. It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counseling session. Just bring your curiosity and your thoughts/ideas about death or dying. More info

Architecture Tours by Modernism Week

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Architecture Tours by Modernism Week is a season-long series of high-quality, in-depth, small group tours, running now through May. The tours run on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, with most tours beginning at 9:30 am, departing from the Palm Springs Visitor Center. Modernism Week has partnered with PS Architecture Tours to enable participants to learn about the exciting architectural history of the Palm Springs area and experience midcentury modern culture and lifestyle. Get tickets


A Cabbello: A Little Bach/A Lotta Bacharach

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A Cabbello presents A little Bach/A lotta Bacharach at 3 pm on Saturday, May 6, Sunday, May 7 and next Saturday, May 13 at PS UNDERGROUND, a unique, cabaret-style Palm Springs venue. Get ready to experience the creative geniuses of these two amazing composers, working centuries apart, who broke ground and smashed conventional ideas of form, harmonies, and in the case of Bacharach–songwriting. For many of us, this music was the soundtrack of our younger days. Come revel in his groundbreaking, sophisticated style which he perfected along with his lyricist Hal David, and their muse Dionne Warwick. You’ll hear some of Johann Sebastian Bach’s genius in re-imagined ways, too! Get tickets

Billy Porter – Black Mona Lisa Tour: Volume One

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Grammy, Emmy, and 2x Tony winner Billy Porter brings passion and joy to Los Angeles with his first-ever career-spanning pop music concert tour, The Black Mona Lisa Tour: Volume 1 on Saturday, May 6 at 8 pm at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre. Expect a full band, backed by a video installation, fronted by Billy Porter telling his life story through song. This 90-minute powerhouse event will feature his chart-topping hits “Love Is on the Way” and “Love Yourself,” a tinge of Broadway, a nod to Pose, and stunning performances of future pop classics from his forthcoming new album, Black Mona Lisa. Get tickets

Drag Isn’t Dangerous – A Live Telethon

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The organizers of “Drag Isn’t Dangerous,” the biggest fundraising effort to combat recent anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation to date, present a Live Telethon Broadcast worldwide on Sunday, May 7 at 4 pm PDT at Hosted by a wide range of drag performers and celebrities, the event will feature a mix of live and pre-taped performances, appearances, and testimonials from drag performers, LGBTQIA+ entertainers and celebrity allies, as well as a live celebrity phone bank accepting callers’ donations. All net proceeds from the event will be divided among approved charities that support LGBTQIA+ causes and drag performers in need, especially in states where they face discrimination and bans. More info

White Party Warm-Up Sunday

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White Party Palm Springs is coming next weekend, May 12–14, but this weekend, Chill Bar is the place to be for yet another White Party Pre-Party! On Sunday, May 7 join KGAY’s John Taylor and the KGAY street team from 4–6 pm for an incredible “White Party Warm-Up” with drink specials and go-go boys. Plus you can win White Party weekend passes valued at $500 each. The White Party Pre-Party at Chill Bar continues on until 9 pm with DJ Dawna Montell spinning. More info

Desert Stonewall Democrats Spring Picnic in the Park

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Desert Stonewall Democrats present their Spring Picnic in the Park on Saturday, May 6 from 11 am–2 pm at Ruth Hardy park. Hamburgers, cheeseburgers and hot dogs will be provided, along with a vegan option. You are invited to bring an appetizer, a side dish, or a dessert. Look for the signs and tents on the south side along Tamarisk Road; RSVP requested. More info

Equality California’s Spring Soirée

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Equality California presents their Spring Soirée on Saturday, May 6, from 12–2 pm at a private home in Palm Springs for a lovely afternoon, complemented with a bright (cooling) beverage and light Sunday Brunch bites. Support of Equality California –and the greater LGBTQ+ community– has led them to nearly 25 years of protecting and advancing LGBTQ+ civil rights, but work must continue together and support a future that is healthy, just, and fully equal for all LGBTQ+ people. This complimentary event generously hosted by Sam & Ashan Leslie with Featured Speaker, Councilwoman (and EQCA endorsed candidate for CA State Senate), Lisa Middleton. More info

Gregory Douglass w/Monique Citro LIVE

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The Palm Springs Cultural Center presents Gregory Douglass LIVE with Monique Citro (Yo Yo Mo) on cello on Saturday, May 6 at 7:30 pm. Gregory’s original songs are emotional, heartfelt, and soulful. His evocative pop sound blends “Rufus Wainwright’s opulent musicality and Justin Timberlake’s accessible soulfulness” (OUT Magazine). NPR’s Morning Edition coined him “one of New England’s best-kept secrets.” His song “Alibis” was featured on season one of Netflix original series The Rain. Get tickets

The Boys in the Band

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The BENT in association with Palm Springs Cultural Center present The Boys in the Band, performing through May 7 as the grand finale of their first season as Palm Springs new LGBTQ+ theater. Written by Mart Crowley, this is “the” play that defined gay theater when it premiered Off-Broadway in 1968. It is a ground-breaking portrayal of gay life in New York City during that era as a group of friends gather for a funny, but volatile birthday party that tests the boundaries of friendship. These iconic characters don’t always cast a pretty image of gay life in the 1960s, but they do skillfully reflect the pain, struggle and humanity of our past—much of which is still all too relevant today. Get tickets

CCBC Cinco de Mayo Pool Party


CCBC Resort invites you to a day-after Cinco de Mayo Pool Party on Saturday, May 6, from 12–4 pm. Day Passes are $60 per person and DJ Bobby will be entertaining poolside. More info

Novio Boy

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The Green Room Theatre Company Presents the Award-winning Novio Boy on Saturday, May 6 at 1 pm at Grace Church in Desert Hot Springs. As a colorful, romantic comedy about the anxieties and ambitions that the main character experiences to transition from childhood to adolescence, the story centers around a first date and the concerns, anticipation, and steps to social maturity leading up to, and through the date. This traveling production brings top-quality theatre to various locations throughout the Coachella Valley, with one more Saturday performance scheduled for Saturday, May 13. Get tickets

Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man

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Bus Stop Productions presents Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man in the Tropics Lounge at the Margaritaville Resort on Fridays and Saturdays through May 27, with two shows per night at 7 pm & 9:30 pm. This show has been so popular they’ve extended its run by several weeks! The play is set at a local university auditorium where the English department holds its monthly meet the authors event. Robyn is the shy and studious moderator of the event and this month’s featured author is Dan Anderson of Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man. With the help of a hunky stage assistant named Stefan, Dan aims to turn this meet the authors event upside down with a highly theatrical, audience interactive sex tip seminar. Get tickets

Annual LGBTQ Community Survey

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We at KGAY 106.5  and Gay Desert Guide ask you to please take part in the Community Marketing & Insights (CMI) 17th Annual LGBTQ Community Survey! For over a decade, this survey has provided free data to help non-profits, universities, and organizations better understand and serve the LGBTQ community. The report will be published on the website for free download on approximately August 15. Previous surveys have had over 45,000 participants from 150 countries!, Also, participation in this survey gives important feedback to our LGBTQ community media and organizations, and provides data to companies interested in serving our community, sponsoring our charities, and supporting their LGBTQ employees. The survey should take about 12 to 15 minutes to complete. Please [click here] to start the survey


DBA Networking Mixer at BLACKBOOK

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The Desert Business Association presents their next Networking Mixer on Monday, May 8 at 5:30 pm at BLACKBOOK in Palm Springs. Blackbook serves up award-winning craft cocktails and classic American comfort food that was named Palm Springs’ best restaurant in 2020. The BLACKBOOK name was inspired by the Nevada Gaming Commission’s “black book” of excluded persons. BLACKBOOK was named as an acknowledgment that everyone has felt exclusion at one time or another. BLACKBOOK is an inclusion establishment where

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Join in for some great food, drinks, and networking! DBA will also have their regular raffle that supports their LGBTQ Youth Educational Scholarships through Safe Schools Desert Cities, so bring an item to raffle, and some cash to buy tickets! More info

Visitor Map & Guide Spring Edition

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The Spring 2023 edition of our Gay Desert Guide Visitor Map & Guide (great for locals too!) is available now around town and online. We help you find everything you need to know while visiting or living in the Coachella Valley, featuring the top places for Food & Drink, Nightlife, Shopping, Attraction, Gay Resorts with passes, Dispensaries and other services. You can also view it online, and download the PDF [here].

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The KGAY Sunday Tea Dance with DJ Modgirl airs every Sunday from 4–6 pm (right after the Retro Brunch). DJ Modgirl (AKA Kellee McQuinn) is not only the life of the party, she’s also a cover girl on magazines and billboards, a television entertainer, and an award winning producer, director, lyricist and performer. Her moniker is “Music! Dancing! Fashion! Fun!” and she throws down the most irresistible, uplifting beats each week on the KGAY Sunday Tea Dance from 4–6 pm. Listen online

KGAY Saturdays Ross Mathews

Ross Mathews hosts his popular weekly radio show on KGAY 106.5 airs on Saturdays from 11:00 am–2 pm. That’s 50% more Ross because now it’s a three-hour show! Ross is a part-time Palm Springs resident and currently working on The Drew Barrymore Show, RuPaul’s Drag Race and many other projects. He brings celebrity gossip and news, plus a rundown of what’s happening each weekend in #ILoveGayPalmSprings as he plays some of his favorite dance hits each weekend on KGAY. Listen Online

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The KGAY 106.5 Retro Lunch airs Monday through Friday at noon, with DJ Galaxy (Vincent Corrales) and DJ Eric Ornelas playing an hour of their high-energy throwback mixes. On Sundays, we put all five hours together for the Retro Sunday Brunch from 11 am–4 pm. Perfect party music! Listen Online

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Find out what’s happening on any given day by browsing our Gay Desert Guide Online Event Listing Calendar, and for the big picture, take a look at major upcoming events in our 2023 Coachella Valley Calendar of Events.

Listen to KGAY 106.5 over the air, stream it [here], or listen on TuneIn Radio with Alexa or Siri by saying “Play K-GAY 1065 from Tune In Radio.” Ross Mathews is on Saturdays from 11 am–2 pm, John Taylor is on mornings 6–10 am and program director Chris Shebel is on afternoons. Our Retro Lunch with DJ Galaxy and DJ Eric Ornelas is now heard on Sundays as the Retro Lunch & Sunday Brunch from 11 am–4 pm, followed by DJ Modgirl spinning the KGAY Sunday Tea Dance from 4–6 pm.

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Don’t miss “This Way Out,Sundays at 6:30 a.m. on KGAY 106.5. “This Way Out” is the only internationally distributed weekly LGBTQ radio program, currently airing on some 200 local community radio stations around the world. Listen to the latest episode as a podcast on our streaming page (click “Podcasts” in the upper right hand corner)