Thursday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:
- 1:19: Lois Reitzes talks with two retirees of the Armorettes drag queen troupe, Tony Kearney, or Wild Cherry Sucret, and Jim Marks whose stage name is Bubba D-Licious, about 40 years of performances in Atlanta raising money for HIV and AIDS organizations.
- 17:01: Reitzes speaks with writer Tayari Jones about her novel “An American Marriage.”
- 28:41: Artist Dr. Fahamu Pecou sits down with Producer Myke Johns to talk about “The Return,” one of Pecou’s paintings currently on view at Emory’s Michael C. Carlos Museum. The exhibition, titled “Do or Die: Affect Ritual and Resistance,” runs through April 28.