Archives for July 2016

Monthly Archives: July 2016

Raymond & Chelsea Clinton
Politics

Chelsea Clinton Tells Logo She Hopes for LGBT President

Logo has announced a multi-platform digital series focused on the issues that matter most to LGBT people and their families during this year’s Presidential election. ...
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Local

Pet Safety Tips for Seattle Blue Angels Show Weekend

The Blue Angels roaring in Seattle skies at Seafair may be captivating for humans, but the loud roar of jet engines can be hard on companion animals. ...
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National

Lambda Legal Sues Senior Housing Facility for Allowing Abuse of Lesbian Resident

The facility ignored Marsha's pleas for help after being harassed and attacked because she is a lesbian and a woman who loved and created a family with another woman for 30 years. ...
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True Life/MTV
Entertainment

MTV’s ‘True Life’ to Focus on Orlando Pulse Nightclub Victims

MTV announced their next installment of True Life will focus on four people who were injured during the Orlando shooting at Pulse. ...
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Breanna Stewart/WNBA
Sports

Storm’s Stewart Named WNBA Rookie of the Month

Breanna Stewart of the Seattle Storm has been named the WNBA Rookie of the Month presented by Samsung. ...
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Fancy Dog
Local

Fancy Dog at Olympic Sculpture Park Raises $7,350 for Seattle Humane’s Pet Project

More than 250 guests and volunteers, plus 30 sponsors stepped up to support the Seattle Humane Pet Project and $7,350.35 was raised. ...
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Uncategorized

Passing Your Driving Test to Make Travel Easier in the UK

No longer will you have to cram yourself into an underground train with dozens of other people and then walk for miles to get to your intended destination. ...
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National

America’s LGBT 2015 Buying Power Estimated at $917 Billion

The combined buying power of the U.S. lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) adult population for 2015 is estimated at $917 billion. ...
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Rio Olympics 2016
Uncategorized

How to Get Yourself Excited for the Rio Olympics – Even If You Don’t Know the Sport

Ah, the allure of the Olympic games – you wait four years to see them and they're over in about two weeks. ...
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Grand Canyon National Park’s new Superintendent Christine Lehnertz Photo: baynature.org
Travel

Grand Canyon Names Christine Lehnertz First Female Superintendent

The Grand Canyon will get its first female superintendent following a sexual harassment scandal that has rocked the world renowned park in Arizona. ...
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