As a gay person, do you know that you have some hidden potentials that straight people do not have? This radio program will enable you to own those potentials, to step into the ascension energy which is available to you on Dec 21, 2012. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for you to realize the higher level of consciousness of who you really are.
Your hosts for the program are Rev. Rick Shaffer and Dr. Lisa Moore of the LGBT Wellness Foundation. Presenters on the program are Temple Hayes, Denise DeSimone, Janice Mann, Mimi Gonzalez, Judy Taylor, Dan Towey and Leslie Fox. They are just some of the presenters who will be at the LGBT Wellness Conference in Tampa, FL in May 2013.
QTalk America is proud to present this special radio program with the LGBT Wellness Foundation. And many thanks go out to our broadcast partners: this program was simulcast on Queer Public Radio and was also re-broadcast on “Awake: Now What?” on BlogTalkRadio
Look for a new regular radio program in early 2013 on QTalk America featuring Rev. Rick Shaffer and Dr. Lisa Moore, stay tuned for more details!
Our special little holiday greeting to all of our listeners and fans, and a preview of what’s to come on QTalk Arizona in 2012. Thank you for all of your support in 2011! Happy Holidays!
This is the second and last of our mini-series re-broadcast covering the 2011 Mayor’s race in Phoenix. We’re having some casual conversations with the candidates and asking them to ‘remove their campaign hats’ to just talk to us as real people. We took some of our own listener’s questions along with our own and posed them to the candidates.
To round things out, we’re talking with Wes Gullett. Yes, he’s the guy with 1000s of signs around Phoenix. Unlike several of the other candidates, Wes has not served on the Phoenix City Council. He is a businessman and has had his fair share of working with politicians, so he’s not afraid of the big office Downtown. He’s a personal friend of Councilman Tom Simplot and says that, while some of his views and policies are conservative, that he truly wishes to engage with the LGBT community. He talks to Joe Dugandzic, co-host of several QTalk Arizona shows, about how he will present fresh ideas for Phoenix, how to fuel real job growth and what his vision for the City is for the next 10 years.
Welcome to the re-broadcast of our mini-series covering the 2011 Mayor’s race in Phoenix. We’re having some casual conversations with the candidates and asking them to ‘remove their campaign hats’ to just talk to us as real people. We took some of our own listener’s questions along with our own and posed them to the candidates.
This time, we’re talking with Greg Stanton. Greg served on the Phoenix City Council for the better part of the last decade, has been an outspoken advocate of our community and is said to have new and fresh ideas for Phoenix. He talks to Joe Dugandzic, co-host of several QTalk Arizona shows, about his vision for the future of the City, how he wants to engage with our community and explains the relationship between the City Council and The Mayor, and talks about how much power the Mayor actually has (the answer may surprise you.) And, with all the recent news about the nation’s debt ceiling, we also talk about how the City spends money and its own debt and bond programs.
QTalk Arizona’s Joe Dugandzic took the our official ‘podcast vehicle’ down to Tucson to take part in Tucson’s brand-new nighttime ‘Pride on Parade‘ this year. We feel that the parade was absolutely fantastic and the new downtown venue has a totally great vibe to it. We express our congratulations to the Tucson Pride organization on a great event and we look forward to the upcoming Festival at the new location.
As Arizona’s only LGBT podcast network, we thought it would be totally appropriate to narrate and comment on the parade, from the parade itself! Listen as Joe talks to people along the parade route, those in the parade itself, describes the festivities, gets heckled by a drag queen and manages to not rear-end anyone!