Archives for August 2017

Monthly Archives: August 2017

Can Can "Ice Cream" Still
Entertainment Local

The temperature continues to rise in Seattle and nowhere is it more apparent than at Seattle's hottest themed dance show "Ice Cream" at Can Can Kitchen and Cabaret (playing now through Oct. 1). ...
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Health Local

The Human Services Department is seeking applications from agencies to provide day services for adults 60 and older with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia condition. ...
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Travel

Greenhouses are the perfect solution to growing vegetables and fruit in Britain. As we all know, British weather is less than ideal for gardeners. Which is why greenhouses come in handy. ...
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Health

Same-sex couple of children who have been adopted, fostered or naturally conceived are routinely asked invasive questions at almost every injunction. ...
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National

A new Labor Day report unveiled Wednesday by the AFL-CIO shows that working people are working more and taking fewer vacation days. ...
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Entertainment

JD Disalvatore, a prolific LGBT film and television producer and director and gay rights activist, died on Thursday, August 24th after a long battle with cancer. She was 51. ...
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Local

Seattle Humane is prepared to take in up to 300 pets (200 cats/100 dogs) from animal rescue organizations in Texas following Hurricane Harvey. ...
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Local National

Amazon Prime will become Whole Foods Market's customer rewards program, providing Prime members with special savings and other in-store benefits. ...
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Local

The Seattle Human Services Department (HSD) announced $1,503,296 million in funding for Home Delivered Meals and Registered Dietitian Services to Lifelong and Sound Generations. ...
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Local

Gender Odyssey Seattle is an international conference focused on the needs and interests of transgender and gender-diverse people, their loved ones, and professionals who serve them. ...
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