Author Archives: Greg Miraglia
We are “Live At Pride” this month! If you missed this year’s Sonoma County Pride celebration or want to relive the amazing day we had in Guerneville, join us for the pride parade and festival. We’ll also pause to remember … Continue reading
Gary Carnivele and Greg Miraglia shared a conversation with Gary “Buz” Hermes about a new LGBT seniors program he is leading in Sonoma County. The program features workshops to help LGBT seniors get connected and informed. The program is being funded … Continue reading
This month we take you to the Glaser Center for An Evening of Healing Music With Sheridan Gold and Friends. Our own Sheridan Gold performs music with poetry and stories shared by Dr. Dianna Grayer and friends. This live concert … Continue reading
We are “Live at Pride” for the 2015 Sonoma County Pride celebration. We cover the parade and festival with interviews from people about why celebrating pride is important to them. If you missed the day or just want to re-live … Continue reading
In this special Outbeat Extra, Greg Miraglia and Gary Carnivele talk with local religious leaders about faith, doctrine and the LGBT community. Attitudes about LGBT people are evolving in some faiths, while others continue to resist change. The conversation is … Continue reading
In May of 2010, we aired a story about homophobia in law enforcement. Almost 5 years have gone by and while we would like to think things have improved, a recent investigation by the San Francisco Police Department involving 10 … Continue reading
On this special Outbeat Extra, we talked with Shane Windmeyer, the executive director of Campus Pride, the nations leading LGBT advocacy organization supporting college and university students and staff. Shane shared some advice for LGBT students who are heading off … Continue reading
Recorded live at the 2014 Sonoma County Pride celebration in Guerneville.
Greg Miraglia and Gary Carnivele hosted family law attorneys Kinna Crocker and Naomi Metz. Both attorneys talked about the many changes in state and federal laws related to marriage and the many implications for LGBT couples.