Richard Lamparski interviews Arlene DeMarco (1933-2013), a member of the singing group, the DeMarco Sisters. From the folio: "When the DeMarco Sisters were singing during the 1940's and 50's, she was the one in the center. Now she's the one who is far out. Heavy dishing here as Richard Lamparski mulls through the dirt contained in Arlene's new book 'Triangle'. Grandma Lamparski will wash out Richard's mouth with soap if she hears this one." Her new book is a fiction about a woman who is married to a gay man, and in the interview she tells Richard her opinions on homosexuality. And Richard defends his opinions.
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