July 15, 2005

Volume 33
Issue 28


Feb 28, 2016



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Section One
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The Gay cop leading London's terrorism investigation
by Peter Moore - London Bureau

LONDON - He has become the most visible face in the wake of last week's terrorist attack in London - Deputy Assistant Police Commissioner Brian Paddick, the highest ranking Gay police officer anywhere in the world.

Paddick is leading the investigation to find those responsible and has been a near constant
Cal Anderson Park nears completion
Grand opening and dedication ceremony set for Saturday, Sept. 24

by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

Dewey Potter first met Cal Anderson in 1978 when she went to work for City Councilmember Michael Hilt. Anderson had been working for City Councilmember George Benson and the pair shared a suite of offices. "He was smart. He
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Equal Rights Washington appoints new executive director
by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

The Equal Rights Washington board of directors announced this week that it has appointed Fran Dunaway as new executive director. Dunaway is said to bring much needed nonprofit experience, media savvy and fundraising skills to the organization.

"Dunaway's unique set of skills is exactly what
Seattle Pride Committee seeks community input
Community Forum to be held this Sunday, July 17

- by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

The Seattle Pride Committee, organizers of the Northwest's largest Pride parade and festival, will hold a community feedback forum on Sunday, July 17, to hear public comment about its plans move the annual Gay Pride Parade/March and Rall
As enrollment declines, military academy grads call on services to support repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'
WASHINGTON, DC - Five former U.S. military academy graduates launched an exclusive blog conversation this week calling on Pentagon leaders to support repeal of the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" ban on Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual personnel. The graduates in the blog series are all openly Gay and several were discharged under the Gay ban. Their po more
The liar, the predator and the closeted guy
Commentary by Keith Boykin

Could it be a coincidence that R&B legend Luther Vandross passed away in the same week when Terry McMillan's divorce to a Gay man became public and R. Kelly's new "Trapped In The Closet" music video outed a closeted Gay man?

On June 30, just hours after Logo launched the first-ever Gay television chann
Queen City Cruise sets sail Saturday, August 6
Get ready - The biggest lips in town are growing plump, puckered and ready to blow (kisses - that is). Summer is heading our way, and so are those wacky and wonderful Tacky Tourists. Watch for stares of confusion and disbelief at Pier 55, where throngs of innocent bystanders will witness yet another maiden voyage of Seattle's premier floating party more
Gay and Bi men's dinner group marks one-year milestone
Birthday celebration scheduled for Friday, July 22

by Michael Montgomery

The Seattle Gay Professionals Dinner Group (SGPDG) will celebrate its first birthday with a festive dinner at the California Pizza Kitchen in Bellevue on Friday, July 22. The excitement will begin at 7:00 p.m. with cocktails and appetizers and the

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