Archives for January 2017

Monthly Archives: January 2017

SeaTac Muslim Ban Protest/S. Toce/The Seattle Lesbian
Politics National

Trump’s Anti-Muslim America Has No Place in Seattle

The executive order banning Muslims from entering the United States came on International Holocaust Remembrance Day. ...
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La La Land/Photo: Dale Robinette/Lionsgate
Entertainment

La La Land, Samantha Bee, Carrie Fisher, ‘Moonlight’ Score 2017 Dorian Awards

The People v. O.J. snagged GALECA’s Drama of the Year and its costar Sarah Paulson took TV actress honors for her turn as prosecutor Marcia Clark. ...
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Queen and Adam Lambert perform in Tel Aviv's Park Hayarkon on Sept. 12, 2016. Photo: Lior Phillips
Entertainment

Queen + Adam Lambert Kick Off 25-City Tour in Phoenix, Seattle July 1

Back by popular demand, Queen + Adam Lambert will rock North America this summer with a highly-anticipated 25-city arena tour kicking off June 23 in Phoenix. ...
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Health

New Cervical Cancer Research May Help Target Individual Treatment Plans

Cervical cancer accounts for more than 500,000 new cases of cancer and more than 250,000 deaths each year worldwide. ...
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Uncategorized

Five of the Top Paying Careers for Women

Women are participating in the labor force at higher rates than ever before, and they're obtaining degrees at higher rates than men. ...
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Politics Local

King County Elections Tests Pre-paid Postage for February Special Election

King County Elections is testing pre-paid postage with the February 14 special elections in the City of Maple Valley and the Shoreline School District. ...
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Politics

Trump Promises Mexico Will ‘Reimburse’ America for $14 Billion Wall, Targets Sanctuary Cities

The announced orders include a blanket ban on entry for citizens of a number of countries and a call for the construction of a $14 billion wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, for which U.S. taxpayers would foot the bill. ...
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President Donald Trump pumps his fist after addressing the crowd during his swearing-in ceremony on January 20 at the Capitol in Washington, DC./Getty
Politics

Gallup: Trump Sets New Low Point for Inaugural Approval Rating

Trump now holds the record for the lowest initial job approval rating as well as the highest initial disapproval rating in Gallup surveys dating back to Dwight D. Eisenhower. ...
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Secretary of State Kim Wyman
Politics Local

Wyman Proposes Presidential Primary Date Change, Other Election Reforms

Secretary of State Kim Wyman is proposing a date change for Washington’s Presidential Primary, as well as other reforms of the state’s elections system. ...
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Surfers head out to the waves at famed Praia do Rosa in Southern Brazil. Photo: Brazil Ecojourneys
Travel

South America’s Only LGBTQI Surf Camp Makes Rainbow Waves

Guests will relax with two yoga sessions in between catching waves, enjoy the local culture and also take in a two-night stay in Florianopolis. ...
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