Archives by: Sarah Toce, Editor-in-Chief

Sarah Toce, Editor-in-Chief

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Trump Administration to Play God with New ‘Conscious and Religious Freedom’ Stunt

Politics Health
Aptly dubbed “Conscience and Religious Freedom,” this new division is more divisive than many of us even have the ability to comprehend. ...
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HuffPost Contributor Platform Closes with No Notice, Other Changes

HuffPost newsroom in New York on April 25, 2017. Photo by Damon Dahlen/HuffPost
National
Thursday, in a letter sent to writers on the HuffPost Contributor Platform, the media giant declared the end of their 13-year run. While HuffPost would remain open for business, the HuffPost Contributor Platform would not - effective immediately. ...
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Staycation Destination 2018: Hyatt Regency Lake Washington at Seattle’s Southport

Hyatt Regency Lake Washington/Facebook
Travel
When your goal is to remain close to home but still manage to get away from it all, look no further than Hyatt Regency Lake Washington at Seattle’s Southport. ...
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Putting It to the Test – 23andMe

Editorial Health
More than 2 million people have taken part in genetic testing by 23andMe, a company founded in 2006 by CEO Anne Wojcicki. The company’s impetus was to empower the consumer with information regarding their personal DNA and accelerate genetic research on a wide range of health conditions from Parkinson's disease to lupus and asthma. ...
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Former Nanny: ‘Don’t Serve Me Urine and Say It’s Lemonade’

Editorial
I’m sure many of us have thought this same sentiment: “She can rest while the girls nap.” Except that’s not the reality when you’re a nanny. You’re preparing food, bottles, cleaning - and, god forbid - taking the opportunity to visit the bathroom alone. ...
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Seattle’s First Lesbian Mayor Promises College Affordability, Rental Equality, Race and Social Justice Initiatives – On Her First Day

Jenny A. Durkan/Facebook
Politics Local
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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Capitol Hill Station Plaza to House Seattle AIDS Memorial

Cal Anderson Park/Seattle Parks
Local
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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Jenny Durkan Becomes First Lesbian Mayor of Seattle, Only Second Woman to Ever Take the Post

Politics Local
Jenny Durkan wins Seattle's mayoral race to become only the second woman in the city to take the post. Bertha Knight Landes won nearly 92 years ago to become the first. ...
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Civil Rights Veteran Judi O’Kelley Joins LGBT Bar as Chief Program Officer

Judi O'Kelley/Facebook
Local
The National LGBT Bar Association (LGBT Bar) announced Friday that veteran human rights lawyer Judi O'Kelley will take the role of Chief Program Officer. Her official start date is slated for November 15. ...
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All-Star Cast Spearheaded by Midler Brings Out the ‘Freak’ in All of Us

Trudie Styler/Patrick Demarchelier
Entertainment
Freak Show will play at TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, October 22 at AMC Pacific Place. The film has a run time of 91 mins. ...
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