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Our episode begins with correspondents Tony Sawicki and Athena Reich attending the OMAs (Out Music Awards) at at the Knitting Factory, a well-known concert hall in NYC's TriBeCa neighborhood. The OMAs, sometimes referred to as "The Gay Grammys" are presented by OutMusic, an organization that provides promotion, networking and support for openly gay musicians. See amazing performance footage and hear what the hosts and honorees Alex Olsen, Ari Gold, Darren, Namoli Brennett, Robert Urban, and others have to say about their music and their lives. Next, Correspondent Clover Honey visits the Arts Bank Theater for a night at the Philadelphia International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, where drag icon Charles Busch received an Artistic Achievement Award. Clover attends the premiere screening of Busch's latest film, A Very Serious Person and in an exclusive interview discuses the artist's varied career which has culminated in the directing of his first dramatic film. The interview features ... Written by Anonymous

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