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Monday, October 6, 2014

Newspaper On The Radio: SF Weekly Staff Talks #MyNameIs and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

Posted By on Mon, Oct 6, 2014 at 12:53 PM

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"Newspaper On The Radio" has been going strong for nearly five months now, and we couldn't be prouder of our little show. Broadcast biweekly on BFF.fm, the show features some of SF Weekly's best and brightest staff members bringing you a radio program full of fresh news, witty banter, killer tunes, and serious San Franciscan charm.

In this week's episode, staff writers Rachel Swan and Joe Eskenazi and culture editor Anna Roth guide you through what they have dubbed the least productive weekend of the year. Between the 95 degree heat, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, and a marathon playoff game between the Giants and the Nationals, these writers break down why you found it so hard to put on shoes and empty your inbox. Don't worry, they won't judge

Other topics include the right time to buy a oscillating fan, the pros and cons of drinking milk, and the benefits of stressed out grapes.

This week's episode also contains an interview with Sister Roma of The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, the drag queen responsible for #MyNameIs, a hashtag created in protest of Facebook's decision to delete drag queen profiles under the pretense that they don't use legal names. Sister Roma discusses her successful campaign, and how the threat of a drag queen protest got Facebook to change their mind. Editor Brandon Reynolds also checks in for a rundown of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass' best performances.

Listen to the latest episode here, and look out for future episodes, coming out every other Sunday on BFF.fm
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