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Spotlight on Julia's casts shadow: Drag performers leave venue over labor dispute
LOCAL

Spotlight on Julia's casts shadow: Drag performers leave venue over labor dispute

The performers claim that at Julia's, they were all "consistently underappreciated, underpromoted, overly controlled, and underpaid."

Transgender activists take on the Big Sky State
NATIONAL

Transgender activists take on the Big Sky State

Montana, the land of big skies and big prejudices, has always stood as a conservative force in the U.S., but with newly elected Gov. Greg Gianforte, the state seems to be running backward when it comes to Trans rights and is now facing a new legal battle.

Merck announces clinical success for once-a-month PrEP tablet
NATIONAL

Merck announces clinical success for once-a-month PrEP tablet

Pharmaceutical giant Merck has announced successful clinical trial results for its new medication, islatravir. The drug is being investigated as both a treatment for HIV and as a form of PrEP.

Vancouver Pride Festival returns for hybrid programming this weekend
INTERNATIONAL

Vancouver Pride Festival returns for hybrid programming this weekend

This year's hybrid festival includes over 60 events, including many of them being held online.

The Games have begun!
INTERNATIONAL

The Games have begun!

Highlights, setbacks, and historic accomplishments at the gayest Olympics ever.

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Arts & Entertainment

Can Can Culinary Cabaret opening new Post Alley venue

Can Can Culinary Cabaret opening new Post Alley venue

On August 5, Can Can Culinary Cabaret, now located in Post Alley but featuring familiar talents, opens for the first time in months. Staff and guests are looking forward to the reopening, starting with the Glitter Gala.

National

10th Circuit Court upholds Colorado anti-discrimination law

10th Circuit Court upholds Colorado anti-discrimination law

A federal appeals court has ruled against a web designer who sued to overturn Colorado's anti-discrimination law on the grounds that it violated her First Amendment guarantees of freedom of speech and freedom of religion.

International

International News Highlights — July 30, 2021

International News Highlights — July 30, 2021

Weekly international news highlights for the week ending July 30, 2021.

Op-Ed

Pixar's trailer for Turning Red highlights representation during Disability Pride Month

Pixar's trailer for Turning Red highlights representation during Disability Pride Month

Hannah Saunders on representation of people with diabetes in film media and the impact it has on how people view disability.