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Tony Award-nominated singer Mary Bridget Davies to appear at Seattle First baptist Church, as part of Dorothy's Piano and Cabaret, on July 14th

by MK ScottTony Award®-nominated singer Mary Bridget Davies' journey began in her hometown of Cleveland, OH in 2001 when she first started singing in local bands, and she hasn't slowed down since.

EMPIRE Star, Serayah, Headlines Club Silverstone Pride Street party on July 14th

by MK ScottIt was a year ago when I interviewed, Mya who was set to headline the Pride party at Tacoma's Club Silverstone.

{ICYMI} Non-Profit Spotlight: Mary's Place

Mary's Place has helped hundreds of women, children, and families, who have moved out of homelessness into more stable situations.

Mayor Jenny Durkan and others officially launch the Capitol Hill Station Development at ribbon cutting ceremony

by MK ScottIt was a decades-in-the-making moment when Mayor Jenny Durkan officially cut the ribbon for the Capitol Hill Station Development this past Tuesday, June 19th.

LGBTQ Human Rights highlight the GSBA Pride Luncheon

by MK ScottThe Greater Seattle Business Association (GSBA) Pride Luncheon was held this past Wednesday, June 13th.

{BOOKWORM} Tin Man by Sarah Winman

by Terri SchlichenmeyerThe picture reminds you of a thousand things.

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan calls for unity at the 8th Annual Pride Flag Raising Ceremony

by MK ScottLast Friday, June 1, the Seattle LGBTQ Commission along with Seattle City Councilmember Lisa Herbold joined Mayor Jenny Durkan as they raised the Pride flag and proclaimed June as Pride Month.

'No Gay, No Way' and Drag queens highlight Amazon's annual shareholders meeting

by MK ScottAmazon's annual shareholders meeting was held this past Wednesday (May 30th) at the Fremont Studios with about 150 people inside and another 75 or so protesting outside.

'No Tax on Jobs' campaign seeks to overturn Seattle big business tax

A group opposing the tax on Seattle big businesses to help pay for the city's homelessness services and, hopefully, more affordable housing says it is launching a $300,000 campaign to put a referendum on the ballot to repeal the newly approved leg...