HSSS is not your Grandma’s Regis & Kelly. It’s an online talk show that’s a little crass and a lot of sass. HSSS’s interactive social stream is a no-holds-barred he said, she said perspective on life…in real time. Recorded live, in studio and on location, every week, this sometimes-raucous tête-à-tête through the news and events happening now offers candid, and often comedic, views from two very animated personalities.
One’s a daddy. One’s a drag. One’s sharp. One’s smart. One’s high-maintenance. One’s high…on life. You get the idea.
Join Aaron “AHizz” Heier and Ophelia Later as they romp through San Diego (and all over) to imbibe and entertain with different guests at different spots each webisode. No topic is off limits and the only rule is: drinks are included. Join the conversation or show up and be a part of the action.
He Said / sHe Said LIVE!
Back at it after a couple of weeks off, waiting for Producer Jay to return from is Portuguese-Icelandic adventure, Ophelia & Aaron hit the Copa Bar studio ready to check-in, shoot the shit and dish the gossip, news & hot topics happening now. After a quick catch-up on Folsom Street Fair and vehicular breakdowns in Yuma, we touched on San Diego politics, the closing of Harvey Milk’s American Diner, both Lips & Stonewall Citizens Patrol‘s big anniversary celebrations, our new HSSS studio equipment, how soon is too soon to be exclusive when dating and Palm Springs Pride. Then, Ophelia welcomed a special in-studio guest & friend of her sister Wanda’s to chat about MS and how you can help raise both money & awareness. Read More
I tried to end my life one night after having a wonderful fun-filled evening with friends. It was in November 2012 — I had a plan in place for months. Not one person had any idea what I was planning to do.
After a series of life-changing events that began in 2009 and included the closing my once- successful business of nine years, and culminated with the death of my mother in August 2012 life just seemed unbearable to me. My finances were a mess. My health wasn’t great. And I couldn’t make a romantic relationship last more than a few months. Read More
After an extended summer hiatus – almost three months – we headed back to the Copa Bar studio ready to break it down like only we do…with cocktails, of course. We chatted about our time away, the river, Bear Week in Provincetown with Joe Jervis and Rep. Brian Sims, the passing of our dear friend Doug Lathrop (who was a guest on this very show) holiday pool parties, Big Brother, minimum wage, San Diego Pride and the local story of one man’s alleged intentional spreading of HIV making national headlines. It’s extra long since we’d been away for a while, so grab your earbuds & enjoy! Read More
Wrapping up the They Said season before Summer Hiatus, Dustin was the lone regular on panel at the Brass Rail studio this week, joined by Ana, Jamie and Trent…all filling in for the rest of the busy crew. This week, they imbibed – a lot – and talked the Del Mar Fair, the World Cup, AIDS Walk San Diego, the Amazing High Heel Race, Hits Runs & Whores fundraiser for the gay softball league and Ana’s pending eviction while her wife is deployed. Jamie was certainly enjoying her bevies. We have two words: carne asada! See you back here in August! Read More
It’s our last show before our Summer Hiatus and Aaron and Ophelia had a special guest in the audience all the way from somewhere in the middle of nowhere who was in town visiting Producer Jay. So, we just chatted about the PC police, respect among the drag ranks, going to parties, Ophelia’s favorite River Rendezvous and the big Food Truck event for AIDS Walk. If you have signed up yet, do it now! And, we’ll see you back here in August! Read More