The Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) and SKIMS have announced a multiyear partnership making SKIMS the official underwear partner of the WNBA. The partnership’s inception is well-timed following a momentous 2023 season for the WNBA with record-breaking viewership, attendance, and digital engagement. “The athletes of the WNBA are trend setters andContinue Reading

Neil Patrick Harris, Christian Siriano, Frankie James Grande, Hayley Kiyoko, Daniel Radcliffe, Billie Jean King, Chris Colfer, Melissa Etheridge, Harvey Guillén, and Latrice Royale among those who donated. Access the auction right now! From October 5 to October 8, non-profit organization Pride and Less Prejudice (PLP) will hold its third annual #BannedTogether virtual auction to raiseContinue Reading

Three projects will fund affordable housing efforts for the Lummi Nation, Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, and Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe. U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA), Chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, recently announced over $21 million in federal funding for affordable housing in Tribal communities across Washington state. In total,Continue Reading

The North American touring cast is led by Naomi Rodgers (Frozen) and Ari Groover (TINA Broadway, Head Over Heels, Holler If Ya Hear Me) who will evenly share the role of Tina Turner, each playing four (of eight) performances a week. Also starring are Roderick Lawrence as Ike Turner, Roz White as Zelma Bullock, Wydetta Carter as Gran Georgeanna and Sarah Bockel as Rhonda.  TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL will play Seattle’sContinue Reading

Award-winning authors of sapphic literature (including lesbian, bisexual, queer, nonbinary, trans, and all diverse identities falling within the spectrum of woman-loving-woman attractions) will receive $46,000 in total prize money from the Golden Crown Literary Awards (the Goldies) in 2024, thanks to a five-year, $500,000 grant from the Aronson-Besthoff Fund ofContinue Reading

Seeking Indigenous youth aged 18-29 for Position 4 The City of Seattle is now accepting applications for the youth position on the Indigenous Advisory Council, a nine-member commission representing the Seattle region’s Indigenous communities. The deadline to apply is Monday, June 26 at 5 p.m. Formed in 2022, the Indigenous Advisory Council is a culturally groundedContinue Reading

Longtime education leader Patti Hearn has been named as the new executive director of Seattle Pride – the LGBTQIA+ advocacy organization which produces two of the state’s largest Pride Month events (Seattle Pride Parade and Seattle Pride in the Park), as well as year-round programs aimed at advancing LGBTQIA+ equality. In makingContinue Reading