Archives for July 2019

Monthly Archives: July 2019

Entertainment

Black Carpet Photos: ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Final Season Now Streaming on Netflix

Netflix celebrated the highly-anticipated final season of Orange Is The New Black in New York with a trip down memory lane with stars from current and past seasons. ...
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Entertainment Contests

Win Celine Dion’s New Single ‘Flying On My Own’ + the Remix by Dave Audé!

Win Celine Dion’s new single “Flying On My Own” + the remix by Dave Audé! ...
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Sports

WNBA All-Stars Prep and Play Before Big Game

In between the practices the media scrum ensued and players were able to relax while answer a few questions and teasing each other. ...
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Sports

Storm Split Before All-Star Break

The Storm have completed the season at the All-Star break 12-9 after splitting the final two games against the Las Vegas Aces. ...
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Entertainment

ROCKETMAN Blasts Off Three Weeks Early on Digital This August

The Digital, 4K Ultra HD, and Blu-ray releases are packed with over 75 minutes of must-see bonus content, including four extended musical sequences introduced by director Dexter Fletcher that showcase even more of the spectacular singing and dancing by Taron Egerton and the cast. ...
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Entertainment Local

Two Dozen Films Screening at Upcoming Festivals in the San Juan Islands

Two unique film festivals make an autumn getaway an artistic feast, as the “gourmet archipelago” sets the table to experience the bounty of the islands at its peak from mid-September to early November. ...
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Travel

15 Best Places and Things to Experience in Nepal

Nepal is the nirvana for mountaineers and hikers, but even if we are not so athletic, this small country is one of those destinations that you must put on the list. ...
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Study

Tips to Prevent Instances of Workplace Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment can occur in any workplace. ...
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Politics Local

Durkan Condemns City Council Plan That Would Cut $6.3 Million for Critical Services Like Food Banks and Child Care

Mayor Jenny A. Durkan Monday denounced a proposed plan by City Council that would cut $6.3 million funding they had approved for critical programs that provide nutrition assistance, child care for struggling families, and nursing care for low-income pregnant women. ...
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Why the US Women’s Soccer Team Should Have Pay Equal to the Men’s Team

The United States Soccer Federation is the official employer of both teams but the USSF has allowed members of the women’s team to receive less pay than members of the men’s team in several ways. ...
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