The gays were all over the news this week. Brendan Dowling and Tim Sniffen agree with Brett Ratner when he said what he said about rehearsal and who it’s for. Coya Paz explains how clinics in Equador that try to convert homosexuals are the exception, not the rule. But then Bill Ayers talks about peace, student loans and the Occupy movement. With music from Pinto and the Bean. As usual, if you can hear us, this magazine is LIVE. Download at iTunes here or listen below.
This Saturday at the Horseshoe, first daughter Chelsea Clinton will be joining us. Oh wait no, but There Will Be Ranting about her new job at NBC. Performers include writer Dave Awl; writer Shannon Cason; Kurt Heintz; Emily Rose of Real Talk Avenue; comedian Kristen Studard; Scott Smith of Chicago Magazine and Alderman Scott Waguespack of the 32nd Ward. Holiday music from Matthew Loren Cohen of the Second City; regular music by The Sonnets. Check The Paper Machete‘s site for updates on this line-up as the week goes on.