Archives for July 2018

Monthly Archives: July 2018

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan/YouTube
Politics Local

Seattle Mayor Jenny A. Durkan was joined by Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes, Councilmember M. Lorena González, and Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best as she signed her legislation requiring safe storage of firearms and increasing civil penalties and ...
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National

Over 200 LGBTQ leaders from the state-based movement for equality will convene in New Orleans, Louisiana, at the end of July for Equality Federation’s 21st annual Leadership Conference. ...
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National

Civil rights organizations asked a federal court to halt implementation of a new Department of Defense policy resulting in the discharge of service members living with HIV. ...
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Politics Local

Registered voters throughout Washington will soon be receiving ballots for the Aug. 7 Primary Election. Voters in every county can return their ballots via the U.S. Postal Service without having to pay for a stamp. ...
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Seattle Storm forward Alysha Clark talks to her teammates after a Storm win. Photo by: Virginia Lopez/VELO Photography
Sports

Alysha Clark didn’t grow up with sports as the focus of her family’s time. You were more apt to hear music wafting around their home instead of the bounce of a ball. ...
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Travel

If you have planned a trip to Italy, the chances are that you are going to have a great time, stuff yourself full of the best foods in the world regardless of where you go, and drink good wine. ...
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Beth Burnett and Karen.Richard (L-R). Photo: Golden Crown Literary Society
National

The GCLS Literary Awards focus solely on lesbian content. Content in all categories must include significant lesbian characters and/or themes and meet certain criteria. ...
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Supporting hands make heart sign and wave in front of a rainbow flag flying on the sidelines of a summer gay pride parade
National

SDSU is the second university in the U.S. and the first in California to offer a major in LGBT studies, according to the school. ...
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WNBA Seattle Storm guard Alysha Clark sinks a free throw in front of a sold out crowd as the Storm suffered only their sixth loss of the season this one in overtime 77-75 against the Los Angeles Sparks on July 10th at the KeyArena. Photo by Virginia Lopez/VELO Photography
Sports

The Storm was led by center Howard’s 18 points and five blocked shots, a new season high. Also scoring in double figures were Stewart with 14 and 13 rebounds, Clark with 12 points and guard Sue Bird with 13 points and eight assists. ...
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Travel

Camp No Counselors’ 2018 season is currently underway with more than 24 weekend dates across the U.S. and Canada. Special group rates are available. ...
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