Getting fresh air into New England closets

March 1974
Advocate;3/13/74, Issue 133, p18
Reports on three radio stations in the Boston, Massachusetts area that have regularly scheduled gay programming. "Closet Space" on community-oriented station WCAS; "Gay Way" on WBUR-FM; "Lavender Hour" on WBCN-FM; Gay producers Loretta Lotman and Linda Lachman.


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