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 Philip Crosby, Martha Mullen, Alane Cameron Miles
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The Richmond Triangle Players began in the attic of Fieldens, a gay-friendly club 20 years ago. We talk with managing director Philip Crosby.
Also, as controversy raged over whether reviled Boston Bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev would find a final resting place, Martha Mullen buried him. The Rev. Alane Cameron Miles, an expert in bereavement officiated at the funerals of the Harvey family.
Don Harrison, Scott Bass, Chris Dovi, Brittany Tracy, Cameron Vigliano, Gabi Scardust, Jay Westermann
The Richmond Triangle Players began their run in the attic of Fieldens, a gay-friendly after-hours club, but boy have they bloomed in the 20 years since their humble founding. We talk with managing director Philip Crosby.
Also, as controversy raged over whether reviled Boston Bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev would ever find a final resting place, Martha Mullen did the only decent thing: She got him buried. Mullen joins us along with the Rev. Alane Cameron Miles, an expert in berievement and the officiant at the funerals of the Harvey family. The Harvey's and their two young daughters were murdered in their homes nearly a decade ago in a case that gripped the nation -- and one of their killers is again in headlines as he fights his death sentence.

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00:59:00 English 2013-05-17
 WRIR 97.3 LP FM, Richmond
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Open Source RVA 05/17/2013  00:59:00  128Kbps mp3
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