'G-Strings and the GOP'

'G-Strings and the GOP'
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Yes, it's a radio story; but we're not sure what to make of this one, so we pass it along without further comment.
Noncom WFUV(FM) in New York said its "Cityscape" program would air a show this Saturday morning called "G-Strings and the GOP." It describes the show as a "special, investigating how New York strip clubs are preparing for the upcoming Republican National Convention."
The station's Assistant News and Public Affairs Director George Bodarky "goes club-hopping to interview strippers and club owners about their preparations and concerns."
"As New York hotels and restaurants anticipate a busy August due to the Republican National Convention, WFUV discovers how a different type of business will be boom-booming," the station said in its announcement.
Those outside New York can hear it on wfuv.org. The station is licensed to Fordham University.


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