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The silent pandemic rages on: STDs on the rise in Seattle
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The silent pandemic rages on: STDs on the rise in Seattle

The COVID-19 pandemic put much of our lives on hold — but one thing that hasn't seemed to take a break is our sex lives. Now, Seattleites are experiencing a second pandemic: a rise in STD rates, possibly a result of life during COVID.

Attack on Gay love? Couple assaulted, business set fire following hate crime vandalism
LOCAL

Attack on Gay love? Couple assaulted, business set fire following hate crime vandalism

Local Gay couple continue to endure a litany of crimes at their Capitol Hill business, which now includes assault.

Mental health assessment required for youths seeking gender-affirming care
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Mental health assessment required for youths seeking gender-affirming care

According to WPATH, the new standard of care is not intended to limit the best available healthcare for all people, but rather for healthcare professionals to utilize to assist patients with understanding the full range of health services available.

Praise and backlash as Ted Cruz's daughter comes out
NATIONAL

Praise and backlash as Ted Cruz's daughter comes out

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is back in the news this week after his 13-year-old daughter, Caroline Cruz, posted a viral TikTok video exposing some of the family's secrets.

The importance of health and safety in Black communities: MLK Seattle Coalition pays tribute to Willie Austin
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The importance of health and safety in Black communities: MLK Seattle Coalition pays tribute to Willie Austin

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., celebrations marched the annual three-mile trek from Garfield High School to City Hall, after a tribute to the late community health leader Willie Austin.

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Arts & Entertainment

Intiman Theatre prepares for first production since the start of the pandemic

Intiman Theatre prepares for first production since the start of the pandemic

The Intiman debuts their first production on their new stage located at Seattle Central College's Erickson Theatre on Feb. 10.

Local

Patching communities together: WA declares first "Local Quilt Shop Day"

Patching communities together: WA declares first "Local Quilt Shop Day"

Celebrate craft and locality with the state's first annual Local Quilt Shop Day.

National

Strange bedfellows back right wing in Boston flag dispute

Strange bedfellows back right wing in Boston flag dispute

The Biden administration, the ACLU, the John Birch Society, and the Camp Constitution website all lined up against the City of Boston in a January 18 Supreme Court hearing.

International

International News Highlights — January 22, 2022

International News Highlights — January 22, 2022

Weekly international news highlights for the week ending January 22, 2022.