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City settles $10 million class-action lawsuit surrounding 2020 protests: Former SGN managing editor among plaintiffs
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City settles $10 million class-action lawsuit surrounding 2020 protests: Former SGN managing editor among plaintiffs

King County Superior Court has approved a $10 million settlement in a lawsuit brought by 50 protesters and journalists over the Seattle Police Department's use of excessive force in summer of 2020.

Wallingford's Changes bar turns 35
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Wallingford's Changes bar turns 35

The more times change, the more Changes Bar & Grill stays the same neighborhood-favorite bar.

Denny-Blaine Park: A lack of transparency, questions left unanswered
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Denny-Blaine Park: A lack of transparency, questions left unanswered

The sound of silence from the Seattle Parks and Recreation regarding Denny-Blaine Park raises questions.

Every little thing you do is magic, Callie Little
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Every little thing you do is magic, Callie Little

A profile on Seattle artist Callie Little.

Charlie's Queer Books: Washington's all-LGBTQ+ bookstore
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Charlie's Queer Books: Washington's all-LGBTQ+ bookstore

This bookshop-on-wheels-turned-brick-and-mortar is the Queer third place our community deserves.

Urban Animal is giving workers a seat at the table
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Urban Animal is giving workers a seat at the table

The local veterinary chain is changing the workplace landscape for the professionals who care for our beloved pets.

Clarity Countdown: Alcohol-free events for Dry January
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Clarity Countdown: Alcohol-free events for Dry January

A report from a community event in South Lake Union with a focus on being alcohol-free.

Queer housing groups popping up in Seattle amid high rents
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Queer housing groups popping up in Seattle amid high rents

The need for LGBTQ+ people to find resources and mutual support is stronger than ever.

At a crossroads: Three Dollar Cinema turns to the community for aid
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At a crossroads: Three Dollar Cinema turns to the community for aid

Make a tax-deductible donation and spread the word about this local nonprofit that centers Queer filmmaking and Queer joy all year round.

How did it get this far?: Denny Blaine Park safe, but questions remain
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How did it get this far?: Denny Blaine Park safe, but questions remain

A report from the community event to protest a proposal of building a playground at Denny Blaine Park.

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