Archives for June 2017

Monthly Archives: June 2017

Femme Space participant Luna Merbruj. Photo: Elena Rose
Entertainment

The National Queer Arts Festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and is expanding to the South Bay. ...
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Peter Gajdics
Editorial

I never thought of myself as a memoirist when I sat down 20 years ago this month to write what has now become my published book, The Inheritance of Shame: A Memoir. ...
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Politics

On Saturday, June 3, Seattle residents will rally, taking part in the international #MarchforTruth demanding an independent commission and the release of Trump’s tax returns to show potential Russia entanglements. ...
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Local

In the spirit of celebrating National Gay Pride Month, Burien is hosting its first pride celebration sponsored by Gay City, Umpqua Bank, Burien Actors Theater, Burien Nursing and Rehabilitation, BECU, and South Seattle College. ...
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Entertainment Local

The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA.org), comprised of over 180 professional film and TV journalists across the United States, Canada and the U.K., Thursday announced its seven-member Board of Directors for 2017 to 2019. ...
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(From L) Luké Barbato Smith as ‘Christian,’ Henry Boshart as ‘John’ and Carly Gold as ‘Small Alison' in Fun Home. Photo: Joan Marcus
Entertainment Local

Fun Home was the event of the 2015 Broadway season, receiving raves from critics and audiences alike, winning five 2015 Tony Awards including Best Musical and making history along the way as the first show written exclusively by women to win theater’s highest achievement. ...
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Health Local

Seattle/King County Clinic returns to KeyArena at Seattle Center for a fourth year, Oct. 26-29, with an ambitious goal of providing over $3.5 million in free dental, vision and medical services to people in need. ...
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