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Why We Have a Body
International Local
Claire Chafee's Why We Have a Body follows the lives of four women through snapshot monologues and short intimate scenes. Though the play originally opened in San Francisco in 1993, it is achingly in sync with the current political climate. ...
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Riley Parra
Entertainment
Riley Parra, which was modeled after a series of books, is about a detective struggling to do the right thing in a corrupt department. She discovers a war between angels and demons is being waged in her city and she’s the only chance the good side has of winning. ...
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National
Civil rights legend Edith Windsor passed away at the age of 88 in New York on Tuesday. Windsor was the plaintiff in the U.S. Supreme Court case  Windsor v. United States – which effectively struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and paved the way for nationwide marriage equality in 2015. ...
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When You Look Out the Window: How Phyllis Martin and Del Lyon Built a Community.
National
Magination Press, the children’s book imprint of the American Psychological Association, is celebrating with a new children’s book about two pioneering lesbian activists: When You Look Out the Window: How Phyllis Martin and Del Lyon Built a Community. ...
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Nikkita Oliver speaks at a block party in Seattle
Local Politics
It's been over nine decades since Seattle has had a female mayor, but that dry spell is about to see some rain as two powerhouse politicos take the driver's seat on the November ballot. ...
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Travel
Curated experiences on R Family Vacations’ hosted Uniworld cruises include group dinners, cocktail parties and excursions led by co-founders Gregg Kaminsky and Kelli Carpenter. ...
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Entertainment
The song, "Finish the Dance" is an upbeat dance track with a message of perseverance and love. The track’s opening piano “montuno” and classical guitar pay homage to Latino members of the LGBTQ community who were the majority of those slain that night. ...
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Entertainment Local
The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA.org), comprised of over 180 professional film and TV journalists across the United States, Canada and the U.K., Thursday announced its seven-member Board of Directors for 2017 to 2019. ...
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(From L) Luké Barbato Smith as ‘Christian,’ Henry Boshart as ‘John’ and Carly Gold as ‘Small Alison' in Fun Home. Photo: Joan Marcus
Entertainment Local
Fun Home was the event of the 2015 Broadway season, receiving raves from critics and audiences alike, winning five 2015 Tony Awards including Best Musical and making history along the way as the first show written exclusively by women to win theater’s highest achievement. ...
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Health
Since 2013, the rate of uninsurance among lesbian, gay, and bisexual people (LGB) decreased from 21.7 percent to 11.1 percent, which is larger than the decrease in uninsurance among the non-LGB population. ...
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