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Growers rejoice!: Seattle is a Plant Gay's paradise
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Growers rejoice!: Seattle is a Plant Gay's paradise

The best plant stores for every type of Plant Gay out there.

Starbucks workers to hold labor rights rally at Cal Anderson
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Starbucks workers to hold labor rights rally at Cal Anderson

Starbucks workers and their supporters will rally at Cal Anderson Park at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 23.

BIPOC-led urban farming efforts plant yesterday's gardens to save tomorrow
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BIPOC-led urban farming efforts plant yesterday's gardens to save tomorrow

Beacon Hill resident Cherry Liu decided to dig in and launch new programming at Beacon Food Forest, a ten-year-old urban farming project in her neighborhood. It was founded with aims of providing free fresh food to the community.

The fight continues: Local activists protest national oppression of women's rights
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The fight continues: Local activists protest national oppression of women's rights

Refuse Fascism and Rise Up 4 Abortion are getting down to the wire as they plan their next steps in hopes of catching national attention before it's too late.

Give back at Volunteer Park this spring
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Give back at Volunteer Park this spring

At the ready for the park's maintenance needs is the Volunteer Park Trust, a local group of passionate park conservationists who strive to uphold the park's long history of community enrichment and leisure.

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Arts & Entertainment

A Year Without a Name an authentic look at Trans experiences

A Year Without a Name an authentic look at Trans experiences

This week, the SGN Book Club is reading Cyrus Dunham's highly introspective masterpiece A Year Without a Name.

Local

WA GOP primaries get ugly: Trumpism's staying power on the line

WA GOP primaries get ugly: Trumpism's staying power on the line

Ex-President Donald Trump's continued power over the Republican Party will be tested soon in two Washington state congressional primaries.

National

High-profile West Hollywood political donor gets 30 years in fetish death case

High-profile West Hollywood political donor gets 30 years in fetish death case

Buck, a prominent donor to LGBTQ+ and Democratic causes, was sentenced to 30 years in prison for the deaths of Gemmel Moore and Timothy Dean, who Buck killed via lethal injection of methamphetamine.

International

International News Highlights — April 15, 2022

International News Highlights — April 15, 2022

Weekly international news highlights for the week ending April 15, 2022.