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Seattle AIDS Memorial to Celebrate Groundbreaking June 19

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The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway, as part of the Seattle Capitol Hill Station Development, a transit-oriented, mixed-income and mixed-use development project, will break ground June 19, 2018. ...
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Vodka Company Helps Lambert House Pay Back Its Loan

Lambert House on Capitol Hill is one of the oldest LGBT youth organizations in the country. Photo: Aly Brady
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Lambert House’s goal? Raise over $5 million, with the first half due in September 2020. The rest of the money will be used for renovations on the property, such as replacing the original brick foundation from 1901. ...
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New Seattle AIDS Memorial Seeks Lead Design Team Artist

Photo: AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway
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A passionate group of volunteers and community leaders, including people living with HIV, people of color, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community, have begun work on The AMP in partnership with the City of Seattle. ...
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The Swing Shift Launches New Female Empowerment Series at The Riveter

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The Swing Shift’s programming is designed to empower women in the modern workplace with necessary strategies and skills to guide their career along its own trajectory, considering the twists and turns life provides. ...
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Capitol Hill Station Plaza to House Seattle AIDS Memorial

Cal Anderson Park/Seattle Parks
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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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Dueling Seattle Pride Marches Scheduled for June 10-11 on Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill Pride Festival Photo
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If the group refuses to abide by City of Seattle rules regarding permitting, it is expected they could be sued up to (and potentially more than) $60,000. ...
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Queer & Trans Clothing Exchange Seattle Offers Unique Opportunity to Find Community

Queer & Trans Clothing Exchange Seattle/Facebook
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For a lot of LGBT people, shopping outside the community can be uncomfortable, especially people who suffer from body dysphoria, a mental illness that affects your perception of your appearance. ...
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Bar Vacilando Delivers the Spice and Swank on Capitol Hill’s 15th Ave E

The Patio at Bar Vacilando/Steph Brusig/The Seattle Lesbian
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Capitol Hill residents have a super new swanky-hip establishment to enjoy on Seattle's 15th Ave. E. - Bar Vacilando. ...
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Free Babygay Cupcakes to Celebrate Cupcake Royale’s $8,000 Check to NCLR

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Cupcake Royale raised $8,000 in June via sales from The Gay cupcake and Make America Gay Again merchandise. ...
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Optimism Brewing Launches Pride Beer to Benefit Gay City

Optimism Brewing
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In honor of Gay Pride month, Optimism Brewing on Capitol Hill is releasing a new beer named Pride with $1 of each pint going to Gay City. ...
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