Archives for November 2017

Monthly Archives: November 2017

The Latina Christmas Special
Entertainment Local

Sandra Valls Back with The Latina Christmas Special in L.A.

Valls will perform The Latina Christmas Special, a play she co-created, co-wrote and stars in with Diana Yanez (Margaret Cho's The Sensuous Woman) and Maria Russell (MTV's Teen Wolf). ...
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Senator Gayle Goldin (left) attends a bill signing with Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo (center).
Politics Editorial

State Senator Gayle Goldin: Why Speaking Out Against Sexual Harassment Backfires for Women in Office

As a Rhode Island state senator, I know I’m already judged by the clothes I wear, the tone of my voice, and whether I'm likable enough. I'm expected to be a fierce champion and a team player—all while wearing lipstick and nice shoes. ...
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Designated Survivor/ABC
Entertainment

Hulu Scores Streaming Rights to Designated Survivor, Revenge, Blossom

Now in its second season, Designated Survivor stars Kiefer Sutherland as Tom Kirkman, a lower-level cabinet member who is suddenly appointed President of the United States after a catastrophic attack on the U.S. Capitol. ...
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Politics Local

Teresa Mosqueda Receives Oath of Office After Competitive Seattle City Council Race

Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda (Position 8, Citywide) received the Oath of Office Tuesday in Council Chambers following the certification of the 2017 election results by King County Elections. ...
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Gwen Stefani
Entertainment

Enter to Win ‘You Make It Feel Like Christmas’ from Gwen Stefani!

Gwen Stefani's You Make It Feel Like Christmas will air Dec. 12 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. ...
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Jenny A. Durkan/Facebook
Politics Local

Seattle’s First Lesbian Mayor Promises College Affordability, Rental Equality, Race and Social Justice Initiatives – On Her First Day

Upon being sworn in as Seattle's 56th Mayor in a ceremony at the Ethiopian Community Center in Rainier, Beach, Jenny A. Durkan pledged to tackle Seattle's challenges of affordability, social and racial injustice, homelessness, and housing. ...
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Health

Liver Care When Also Suffering from a Thyroid Disease

In this article, one reader discusses how you should take care of your thyroid - and your liver. ...
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Health

Three Tips for Improving Your Health and Well-Being in College

For university students, staying healthy is an important part of academic success. If you’re hoping to graduate from your degree program with a high GPA, then looking after your physical and mental health for the duration of your study is essential. ...
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Cal Anderson Park/Seattle Parks
Local

Capitol Hill Station Plaza to House Seattle AIDS Memorial

Slated to open late in 2019, the SALM will be housed adjacent to Cal Anderson Park above the light rail station. Nearby, 59,000 square feet of gathering space, including 400 affordable living apartment units and 200 underground parking slots, will converge with the installation. ...
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Columns

Queer Relationships: Conscious Vulnerability

In our current political and sociological climate, it is difficult to feel safe and secure. For many of us, our entire world is turned upside down. ...
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