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Nicholas Snow is a journalist, author, actor, radio & television host, singer/songwriter, LGBTQ activist, and a world-renowned, openly-gay, openly-HIV positive advocate for HIV testing & safer sex. Visit NicholasSnowLive.com for more!

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A cross between a a gay Desperate Housewives and Sex And The City, BoysTown revolves around the lives of 8 men living there lives in the heart of Los Angeles. In this episode, Nicholas Snow welcomes one of the show's writer/director, Ricky Reidling, who also portrays one of the characters. Ricky's IMDB bio reveals he was "born in the small southern town of Winder, Georgia on May 15th. The youngest of four kids he grew up singing in school and gospel on the local radio station for his local church. Doing local theater productions since he was a kid he got his first real break when he was 15 when he was asked to audition for "Annie Get Your Gun" playing 'lil Jake, Annie's brother. He won the audience's over with great reviews to follow. Ricky continued acting in various productions throughout his career and finally decided to make the move to California where he was referred to a talent agent by a well known casting director and appeared in several films. Ricky then decided to start his own entertainment company where he would write/produce/direct and act in some of his own productions." Follow Nicholas on Twitter and Facebook to be alerted at the start of live broadcasts! NicholasSnowLive.com
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The 2015 Palm Springs Hot Rodeo and Country Fair will return from April 30th – May 3rd in Palm Springs and Banning. In this episode, Jeff Rosenberg, president of the Greater Palm Springs Chapter of the Golden State Gay Rodeo... more

This final episode of the Nicholas Snow Live coverage of the 2015 Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards Gala brings together powerful and poignant speeches by D.A.P. CEO David Brinkman, Board Co-Chairs Barbara Keller and Jim Casey,... more

The gripping story of a couple living with HIV combines the talents of Scott Alan, whose songs have been sung by Broadway's elite, with the creative direction of Live It Up! Productions president Trini Garza and his co-creative... more

The generosity and philanthropy of Helene Galen has helped to sustain many a nonprofit organization in our desert communities, including Desert AIDS Project. Although one of the ways she's supported D.A.P. is through her long-standing... more

The 2015 Science and Medicine Award was presented to Dr. Michael Gottlieb, a physician and immunologist best known for his identification of AIDS as a new disease with the first diagnoses in June 1981. Gottlieb was famously Rock... more

In this episode, "David Morgan, recipient of the 'Partners for Life Award,'" is "lauded by presenter-comedian Leslie Jordan who himself was one of the highlights of the evening. Jordan's delightful recount of his "incarceration" with... more

In this episode, the legendary fashion designer Bob Mackie honored Joan Rivers with a special tribute for her legacy of activism on behalf of those living with HIV and AIDS. Reported Advocate.com in 10 Celebrity Icons of HIV Activism,... more

"Graham Berger Sacks, a young man of 13 years, played keyboard and sang an original song he had written for the event, "Something You Can Do." His tenderness and sweet voice added a heartwarming touch to the celebration,... more

Nicholas Snow welcomes Sean Rayshel, an openly-gay, third generation American Baha'i who for the past fifteen years has been an advocate for LGBT inclusiveness in the Baha'i Faith. Says the Baha'i official website, "the teachings... more

Hit ?The Strip? with the hottest women from all over the world! Girl Bar, in association with Total Rewards by Caesars Entertainment, ignites Sin City with the ultimate lesbian weekend in the most extraordinary venues ever offered,... more
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