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Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Help Lifelong Food Program

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Help Lifelong Food Program

Lifelong’s new space increases the kitchen size by 250 percent, empowering them to serve up to 450,000 meals and provide 70,000 grocery bags per year.

Murray Proposes New Initiatives to Serve Immigrants Living in Seattle

Seattle is home to 68,000 legal permanent residents eligible to become citizens; a total of 180,000 people eligible for citizenship live across Washington.

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Seattle AIDS Walk: Faith Community Steps Out

Among the hundreds of individuals, families, groups, and business flooding the streets in Seattle to walk in solidarity will be several faith-based teams.

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Murray’s Budget Includes $1.5 Million for Homelessness

Murray’s 2015-16 budget proposes $600,000 annually to fund a program for 150 homeless single adults, targeting veterans, to receive placement into housing.

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Facebook ‘Real Names’ Policy Strikes a Chord with Performers

A change.org petition was created by Seattle’s Olivia LaGarce asking Facebook to allow performers to use their stage names on their Facebook accounts.

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Portland-Based Storm Large Graced Tacoma with Flair

The show is a tour through Storm’s originals, outstanding covers, and her hilarious commentary on everything that crosses her mind. She’s crazy.

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Free Dental, Vision, Medical Care Offered at KeyArena Clinic

Patients will not be asked to show identification, proof of citizenship, health insurance, or any other eligibility documentation.

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Unforgettable Gay-Themed Movie Mashups at The Triple Door

Captain Smartypants’ new show Starstruck features a touching tribute to the beautiful actresses that gay men have fallen in love with through the years.

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U.S. Navy Christens Ship After Astronaut Sally Ride

Sally Ride was not only the first woman in space, but the youngest American in space as well. After her death, she was known as the first lesbian astronaut.

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Trans-Siberian Orchestra Returns to Seattle This Winter

Trans-Siberian Orchestra will wrap up 2014 by performing their rock opera The Christmas Attic live for the first time in arenas across the nation.

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