By Robert, November 2008
Pushing aside his overpowering fear of public presentations, Robert gave a charmingly quaky rendition of his unedited piece to the captivated audience at the Meridian Gallery outLoud showcase in June.
By Elena, Thao and Diego
2008 was the year that politics and radio joined together for outLoud. It was great interviewing people involved with politics so we could not only get the point of view of the normal people, but also the people in power.
By Noah, July 2008
We are pleased to announce that the San Francisco Foundation has awarded outLoud a core operating grant for the next year. We look forward to a fruitful partnership with SFF and are grateful to them for enabling us to continue our important work.
By Thao, November 2008
We had more than thirty volunteers at SF LGBT Pride. It was great, especially when the two outLoud Volunteer Supervisors, Thao and Diego, had the megaphone. The two days we volunteered were fun, hot, and rewarding. We earned over $4,000 from the whole thing!
By Robert, June 2008
We caught up with Alla Pekareva-Kochergina, who joined outLoud in 2004, and who is now a student at Smith College in Massachusetts.
By Noah, May 2008
Transgender students in sports... Coming out in an Asian-American family... One boy's obsession with riot grrrl music... you can hear these stories and more at their world premiere on June 7th.
by Robert, May 2008
Dust off your leather chaps and save outLoud from certain doom* by volunteering at this year’s LGBT pride celebration on Sunday, June 29 (and/or Saturday the 28th) at the San Francisco Civic Center!
We thought you'd like to know who's making outLoud tick these days, so we asked Spring 2008 Youth Producer Robert to introduce you to our merry band of brigands.
outLoud is proud to announce the winners of its Logo Design Competition! We are excited to have these great ideas as inspiration as we develop our new logo. Thanks to all who participated.
outLoud has had a busy year, traveling across country, hosting new instructors, and making radio — read on!