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An entertainment podcast with married couple Kelli and Anne. One is a travel expert and the other is a singer/songwriter. They travel the world and have lots of exciting things to talk about but also have a family and spend most of the time being gay suburban moms in New Jersey. They will have weekly guests from the worlds of comedy, music, theater, and politics. So gear up for an hour of travel, concerts, kids, incredible guests and cocktailing!

Dec 9, 2021

Join Kelli and Anne for their 194th NEW episode!

They begin by talking about their last couple of weeks and all of the shows and travel they have been doing. First they start with their trip to LA and Palm Springs including Anne’s shows at Feinstein’s at Vitello’s in LA and Toucan’s Tiki Lounge in Palm Springs. They also give a shoutout to all the friends that came to both shows PLUS several DNR listeners that came to Palm Springs! Next they headed to New Orleans for a few nights before going to Kelli’s hometown of Baton Rouge for Thanksgiving with family. Also hear about the family tradition of going to an LSU game and tailgating. They returned home to take their annual Christmas tree shopping trip and to decorate their home for the holidays. Finally Anne talks about her upcoming holiday show in NYC at The Green Room 42 on Dec 15th at 7pm. For tickets go to 

Their special guest today is Dr. Alexis Petra. She founded TransClinique in April of 2020 to give back and create a safe space for trans & non-binary individuals to receive care including hormone replacement therapy, referrals and trans life coaching all via telemedicine. As a trans woman herself, Dr Petra understands the unique needs of people that are transitioning. Alexis talks about her own journey through med school while also struggling with her own personal identity and how important family support can be for people going through their own transition. She talks about why she founded TransClinique and why services like this are so important to the community specifically for people that do not have access to services because off where they live. Telemedicine has truly changed access to this type of care. They hope you find this interview informative and supportive to those in our community that truly need these services. For more information go to or follow on social media @TransClinique