Archives for September 2017

Monthly Archives: September 2017

Seattle City Council
Local Politics

Council President Bruce Harrell (District 2, South Seattle) announced a proposed process to fill the vacancy in Council Position 8 last week caused by Tim Burgess being sworn-in as the Mayor of Seattle. ...
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Sweat_SingleArt
Contests

Enter to win The All American Rejects "Sweat" sweatbands! ...
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botsposter
Contests

Enter to win a Battle of the Sexes Prize Pack!  ...
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Shame List
National

Campus Pride released its 2017 Shame List on Sept. 13 highlighting for the second year in a row a national listing of “The Absolute Worst Campuses for LGBTQ Youth.” ...
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Why We Have a Body
International Local

Claire Chafee's Why We Have a Body follows the lives of four women through snapshot monologues and short intimate scenes. Though the play originally opened in San Francisco in 1993, it is achingly in sync with the current political climate. ...
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Riley Parra
Entertainment

Riley Parra, which was modeled after a series of books, is about a detective struggling to do the right thing in a corrupt department. She discovers a war between angels and demons is being waged in her city and she’s the only chance the good side has of winning. ...
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Zero Weeks Photo
Entertainment Health

Zero Weeks, a film by award-winning director Ky Dickens, weaves powerful personal stories with insightful interviews and explores America’s paid leave crisis and the cost of doing nothing. ...
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Photo: Freak Show
Entertainment Local

Three Dollar Bill Cinema announces the five gala film events for the 22nd Annual Twist: Seattle Queer Film Festival. This highly anticipated 11-day festival presents over 60 short showcases and feature length film programs at six locations around Seattle. ...
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Edie Windsor/Facebook
National

Civil rights legend Edith Windsor passed away at the age of 88 in New York on Tuesday. Windsor was the plaintiff in the U.S. Supreme Court case  Windsor v. United States – which effectively struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and paved the way for nationwide marriage equality in 2015. ...
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When You Look Out the Window: How Phyllis Martin and Del Lyon Built a Community.
National

Magination Press, the children’s book imprint of the American Psychological Association, is celebrating with a new children’s book about two pioneering lesbian activists: When You Look Out the Window: How Phyllis Martin and Del Lyon Built a Community. ...
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