February 16, 2007
Volume 35
Issue 07
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Section One

ISCSORE's Coronation 2007, ICS ascension to be held this Saturday
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Contributing Writer

This Saturday, February 17, at the downtown Red Lion Hotel the Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle and the Olympic and Rainier Empire (ISCSORE) present Coronation 2007, "The Presidents' Ball," celebrating the reigns of Rainier XXXII Larry Stewart Ryan and Olympia XXXV Aleksa Manila. Augmenting the usual pomp and cir
Preparing for a Journey of 8,500 miles
by Rev. Barbara Allen, CMP - SGN Contributing Writer

Voluntary journeys are thought followed by action. There are many varieties of journeys: intellectual, scientific, sensual, spiritual, personal, developmental; traversing distances through time and/or space, mentally, spiritually and/or physically.

My journey from W
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Iraq among top issue for Gay Democrats in presidential race
by Lisa Keen - SGN Contributing Writer

In officially announcing his candidacy Saturday for the Democratic presidential nomination, U.S. Senator Barack Obama mentioned Gays. In fielding a question last week on the campus of Dartmouth University, former U.S. Senator John Edwards refined his position on Gay marriage. But during her fir
Haggard's ┬┤Heterosexuality┬┤
by Paul Varnell - SGN Contributing Writer

After three weeks of intense but unspecified counseling, the Rev. Ted Haggard, former head of the National Evangelical Association, who acknowledged repeatedly paying a well-built man to have sex with him, was pronounced by his counselors "completely heterosexual."

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25 years of Gay-rights struggles traced in online exhibit
ITHACA, N.Y. -- A view of the historical archives of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender advocacy organization, will be available for the first time on the Cornell University Library Web site beginning Feb. 8 at Highlights from the HRC's paper trail - more
IN LOVING MEMORY - Heather MacAllister
Heather MacAllister died yesterday in Portland, Oregon, as a result of Ovarian Cancer. She was 38 years old.

Ms. MacAllister was the founder and artistic director of Big Burlesque and the Fat Bottom Revue, the first burlesque act exclusively featuring large-sized performers. Tours included New York, San Francisco, Canada, Los Angele
SGN EXCLUSIVE - Seattle Out And Proud owes Seattle Center $100,026.33 from 2006
"We have nothing more than - right now - postponed meetings and promises of a plan that isn't coming," said Seattle Center's David Heurtel.

by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

The Seattle Gay News has learned that Seattle Out And Proud (SOAP), organizers of Seattle Pride in 2006, owes the Seattle Center $1
Top products stand out at 2007 International Builder's Show
Top products stand out at 2007 International Builder's Show Professional builders and contractors always look for anything that can make jobs easier and one good place to find them is the annual International Builder's Show in Orlando. With more than 105,000 contractors, remodelers, home improvers and even home owners attending along with over more
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