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Heather Cassell

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venezuela-artist
International
Daniel Arzola has been in his element since his graphic art series, "I'm Not A Joke" ("No Soy Tu Chiste") went viral in 2013. ...
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Entering into Cosy’s Apartments Cadet courtyard, where there is a garage near the front entrance of the hotel’s courtyard, before the pathway into the lobby.
Travel
The Cosy’s Apartments Cadet was nestled in the 9th arrondissement in a section that is inhabited by a Middle Eastern and Orthodox Jewish community. ...
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Girls motor race at She’z Moto Camp in Petaluma, California. Photo: www.womenfitness.net
Travel
The name change to She’z Moto Camp reflects the growth of the woman-owned company. ...
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Reggae fushion artist Diana King
Entertainment
Reggae Fusion Artist Diana King Talks Family Life, New Projects and Pride in Herself and Jamaica. ...
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Lesbian Wedding/theknot.com
National
Love won and now mainstream jewelers Shane Co. and Zales are eyeing to attract lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals. ...
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Women grilling it at Feast Portland 2015/Photo: Bon Appetit
Travel
Carrie, 37, and her wife, Jannie Huang, 38, left their Food Network executive lives in New York, where they each lived for nearly 15 years, to set roots in Portland six years ago. ...
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Sister Tilly Comes Again, a member of the group The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, poses for a portrait before a charity fashion show entitled Project Nunway starts in San Francisco, December 2, 2012. The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence (SPI) is a charity and street performance organization founded in 1979 which uses religious imagery to raise money for AIDS, LGBT-related causes, and mainstream community service organizations. Picture taken December 2, 2012. REUTERS/Jana Asenbrennerova
International Travel
Award-winning photojournalist Jana Ašenbrennerová’s exhibit, Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, opened August 8 in Prague, Czech Republic. ...
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The Delta Sky Club at San Francisco International Airport/Ms. H
Travel
If flying first class is on your bucket list, definitely bump it up toward the top of your list, especially if you are flying abroad. ...
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Grand Canyon National Park’s new Superintendent Christine Lehnertz Photo: baynature.org
Travel
The Grand Canyon will get its first female superintendent following a sexual harassment scandal that has rocked the world renowned park in Arizona. ...
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Equator Coffees & Teas founders Helen Russell and Brooke McDonnell along with vice president of operations Maureen McHugh were honored by the Small Business Administration’s head Maria Contreras-Sweet, at a special event at their San Francisco location next to the Warfield May 6, 2016. (Left to Right, starting with second to the left) Brooke, Helen, Jacklyn Jordan, Maria Contreras-Sweet, and Maureen. Photo: Heather Cassell
Travel
Being honored at the White House for Small Business Week is only one of many firsts for the 21-year old San Rafael-based lesbian-owned coffee company. ...
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