Archives for May 2014

Monthly Archives: May 2014

Top News Local Travel

In honor of Pride Month, NerdWallet crunched the numbers to find the most LGBT-friendly cities in the U.S. - and Seattle was on top. ...
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Top News National

In 1993, Angelou was selected to read a poem at President Bill Clinton’s first inaugural address, the first poet selected since Robert Frost read for JFK. ...
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Top News Politics Local

U.S. Senator Patty Murray gave the opening remarks at the Pride Foundation’s annual Scholarship Reception at Cornish Playhouse in Seattle. ...
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Top News International

Even though Cyprus’ Orthodox Christian Church doesn’t approve of the country’s first gay pride festival, the show will go on. ...
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Top News Politics Faith and Religion

NOM violated Maine law by failing to register or report its activities despite playing a central role in funding a $3 million marriage referendum in 2009. ...
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Top News Faith and Religion

HRC delivered a letter to the Vatican on behalf of nine teachers who lost their jobs at Catholic schools for being LGBT or supporting an LGBT family member. ...
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Top News Politics Local

This year, Justice Yu will ride behind the grand marshals, with a number of campaign supporters and volunteers walking along side. ...
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Top News Sports

In the team’s fourth-straight road game, the Seattle Storm fell short against the New York Liberty Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden, 70-64. ...
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Top News International

After posting a picture of two women kissing, a woman in Italy had her Facebook account suspended after she refused to take it down. ...
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Entertainment

Marissa Farina has emerged as one of the most prominent gay figures within the world of YouTube. Her videos have attracted over 64,000 subscribers to date. ...
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