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INTERVIEW: Moon Talks Upbringing, Durkan Attack Ads, Solutions

Seattle mayoral candidate Cary Moon poses in her campaign office overlooking the International District in downtown Seattle Oct. 30, 2017. If Moon were to win she would be the city’s first female mayor since Bertha Knight Landes was elected in 1926. Photo: Diodato Bouzigues
Politics Local
Cary Moon believes by diversifying her staff it will allow her to listen to different voices, multiple perspectives, and reflect the greater needs of the minority and lower-income communities. ...
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Congresswoman Suzan DelBene to Receive Seattle Women’s Pride Crusader Award

Congresswoman Suzan DelBene at SCOTUS
Politics Local
U.S. Representative Suzan DelBene (WA-1) will receive the Seattle Women's Pride Crusader Award on Saturday, June 18, 2016. ...
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Ijeoma Oluo: The Making of One of Seattle’s Most Influential Voices

Ijeoma Oluo’s work on feminism and social justice has been featured in NY Magazine, Huffington Post, Jezebel, Ravishly, The Establishment and more. Photo: Julia-Grace Sanders
Local
Ijeoma Oluo was named one of Seattle’s Most Influential People of 2015 by Seattle Magazine. ...
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Dining Out for Life Seattle Hits More Than 100 Restaurants April 28

Local
Lifelong’s Dining Out For Life, presented by BECU, returns for its 23rd year on Thursday, April 28. ...
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Dining Out For Life Seattle Returns Thursday, April 30

Dining Out for Life Seattle returns Thursday, April 30
Top News Local
Over 100 restaurants throughout Seattle will donate 30-50 percent of their proceeds to Lifelong to feed those fighting hunger and illness. ...
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Bravo’s Julie Goldman to Headline Second Annual Seattle Women’s Pride

Julie Goldman headlines Seattle Women's Pride on Friday, June 19, 2015.
Top News Entertainment
“You can go to an event like Seattle Women’s Pride and feel a sense of belonging and comfort knowing these people have a similar situation,” Goldman said. ...
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Local Editor is STACKEDD, Empowered by Double-D’s

Ma’Chell Duma LaVassar at Lost Lake Cafe in Capitol Hill. Photo: Jeanny Rhee
Top News Local
LaVassar decided to launch STACKEDD in Seattle because of its roots in the large music community. ...
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Duggars Inadvertently Raise $25,000 for LGBT Community

The Duggars are accidentally helping an LGBT group in Arkansas raise money for youth.
Top News National
The Duggars, stars of the show 19 Kids and Counting, accidentally helped raise over $25,000 for the LGBT community by appearing in an ad for Lucie’s Place. ...
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Seattle AIDS Walk and 5K Run Returns to Volunteer Park

Health Local
Lifelong has announced the 27th annual Seattle AIDS Walk and 5K Run returning to Volunteer Park in Seattle’s Capitol Hill Neighborhood on September 27. ...
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Seattle Women’s Pride Sells Out, Inspires Hundreds

Top News Local
With Seattle Women’s Pride reaching capacity by 9:00 p.m., there is no doubt what is coming next: an even bigger and better Seattle Women’s Pride 2015. ...
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