Archives for May 2018

Monthly Archives: May 2018

Rookie Jordin Canada of the Seattle Storm goes airborne past Washington Mystics' Krystal Thomas to score two. The Storm gave the Mystics their first loss of the season as they won 81-77. The game was played Tuesday, May 29th at KeyArena in Seattle. Photo by Virginia Lopez/VELO Photography
Sports

The WNBA Seattle Storm went into last Tuesday’s game against the Washington Mystics prepared for a tough game against an undefeated team. ...
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Natasha Howard. Photo Virginia Lopez/VELO Photography
Sports

The WNBA Seattle Storm completed home and away wins to give the Storm a three game win streak as they head into their match-up with undefeated Washington Mystics. ...
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Travel

The March, commonly known as the Pride Parade, will celebrate the 49th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising with a newly extended route. It’ll be lengthened from its normal end at Stonewall on Christopher up to a few blocks north of the AIDS Memorial at 13th and 7th. ...
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Shot from the Pittock Mansion, Portland, Oregon (the Rose City) and Mt. Hood are the background for the city's namesake - a single rose. Photo: Adobe Stock
Travel

It’s understandable why anyone would think that Georgiana was the one-woman powerhouse behind roses being Portland’s hallmark and that she was crowned as “Queen of Portland’s Roses,” but she wasn’t the only person who shape the city’s image. ...
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Pride flags in San Diego Pride. Photo: Garcon Magazine
Travel

Fort Lauderdale has been a pioneering destination in LGBTQI travel under the visitors’ bureau’s direction since 1996 and the global headquarters of the IGLTA, the LGBTQI travel association. ...
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Health

This week, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) introduced a gag rule that would undermine the nation’s program for affordable birth control and reproductive health care, radically restrict health care providers, and impact millions of people across the country. ...
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Michelle Obama/Becoming
Politics

In leading up to her book cover reveal, Mrs. Obama shared on her Instagram account four previously unpublished family photographs that illustrate moments in her personal journey of becoming the woman she is today. ...
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Outgoing National Center for Lesbian Rights Executive Director Kate Kendell, right, enjoying a moment with the Human Rights Campaign’s Director of Public Education and Research Ashland Johnson, left, at the 41st annual NCLR Gala at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, May 19, 2018. Photo: NCLR
National

It was a night to party. It was a night to say goodbye. It was a night to raise a lot of money for LGBT rights. It all happened in one amazing Saturday night at the NCLR sold out 41st annual dinner gala and party at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco on May 19. ...
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WNBA Seattle Storm rookie guard Jordin Canada. Lopez/VELO Photography
Sports

After losing their season opener at home, the WNBA Seattle Storm headed on the road to once again face off with the Phoenix Mercury. ...
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Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s new series of advertisements “Only Vegas Moments” features a women’s love story in “Now & Then,” which started airing May 22.
Travel

Just in time for summer vacation, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority rolled out its new “Only Vegas Moments” series of national TV ads on the four major networks — ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox — and several cable stations May 22. ...
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