Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Today on the Signorile Show (1-23-13)

Guest / 2:30pm EST - Since he was 15 years old, Cason Crane has been climbing mountains all over the world.  Now, at 20 years old, he is climbing for a cause.  He joins us today to talk about his Rainbow Summits Project, in which he plans to be the first openly gay person to climb seven of the largest mountains in the world and raise attention and funds for The Trevor Project.

Guest / 3:30pm EST - Paul Schindler, editor with Gay City News, returns to the show today to speak with us about his latest piece looking at openly lesbian New York City Council Speak Christine Quinn, who could potentially be the first openly gay Mayor of New York City, her relationship with the current Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, and how this could help her become the next Mayor of the City of New York.

Guest / 4:30pm EST - How To Survive A Plague has been nominated for Best Documentary Feature by the Academy of Motion Pictures, Art and Sciences.  David France, the Producer and Director joins us to talk about the success of the film and his recent Oscar nomination.

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