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Concert Version of ‘Nine’ Will Play Benaroya Hall

Concert Version of ‘Nine’ Will Play Benaroya Hall

Seattle-based Showtunes Theatre Company wraps their 15th year with a fun, sexy concert version of the Tony Award-winning musical Nine.

A Story to Remember: Act Celebrates 50 Years

Kurt Beattie wrote in his revered Manifesto: ACT is a reef, where a community could gather, share resource, and collaborate in the creation of new works.

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Working to End Gender Identity Discrimination in Seattle

Marsha Botzer, founder of Ingersoll Gender Center, said that support from her union and co-workers were essential to her transition.

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Seattle Businesses Honored at GSBA Awards Dinner

The GSBA honors individuals and businesses who incorporate philanthropy and volunteerism into their model at its Business & Humanitarian Awards Dinner.

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Paid Parental Leave Introduced for City of Seattle Employees

Mayor Ed Murray and Councilmember Jean Godden have announced a new paid parental leave benefit for City of Seattle employees.

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West Seattle’s Amanda Knox: Engaged to Marry Musician

Amanda Knox, the 27-year-old West Seattleite once found guilty of murdering her roommate while studying abroad in Italy is now engaged.

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Wildrose, Sisters Named Seattle Pride Grand Marshals

Martha Manning and Shelley Brothers Join The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Abbey of St. Joan as Grand Marshals in Seattle’s 41st Annual Pride Parade.

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Seattle: Councilmember Sally Clark Won’t Run in 2015

Openly lesbian Seattle City Councilmember Sally J. Clark announced Wednesday that she will not run for re-election in fall 2015.

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Neighbors Invited to U-District’s ‘Find It, Fix It’ Community Walk

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray’s Find It, Fix It Community Walks, focused on Seattle crime hotspots, will be starting up again in 2015.

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Tacoma Police Searching for Man Who Committed Hate Crime

On Saturday, February 14, the community leaders of Oasis Youth Center and Rainbow Center hosted a forum in response to the hate crime.

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