A holiday toast and exciting changes at this year’s GSBA Holiday Luncheon and Annual Meeting!

A holiday toast and exciting changes at this year’s GSBA Holiday Luncheon and Annual Meeting!

It was an exciting afternoon this past Wednesday (12/13) when major players from the Seattle LGBTQA business community came together at McCaw Hall for the GSBA Holiday Luncheon and Annual Meeting. As you entered the main hall and lobby there were booths lined up featuring all the GSBA corporate sponsors …

Storm Large brings her new band Le Bonheur to Federal Way on Friday, Dec. 1

Storm Large brings her new band Le Bonheur to Federal Way on Friday, Dec. 1

Pacific Northwest favorite Storm Large will take the stage on Friday, Dec. 1, at 8pm at the Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center (31510 Pete von Reichbauer Way S.) Known as a vocalist for Pink Martini, Large and her new band, Le Bonheur, will deliver a concert rolling with …

Broadway and TV star Jeremy Jordan to appear in Seattle Symphony’s ‘Broadway Today’ Seattle Pops concert January 12-14

Broadway and TV star Jeremy Jordan to appear in Seattle Symphony’s ‘Broadway Today’ Seattle Pops concert January 12-14

SEATTLE SYMPHONY SEATTLE POPS CONCERT ‘BROADWAY TODAY’ WITH BETSY WOLFE & JEREMY JORDAN BENAROYA HALL January 12-14 Hard to believe it was a year ago when I had the opportunity to meet Megan Hilty backstage at Benaroya Hall after her ‘Luck Be a Lady’ concert with the Seattle Symphony as …

Out NPR co-host Ari Shapiro returned to his native Portland last month for his international-themed one-man show, ‘Homeward’!

Out NPR co-host Ari Shapiro returned to his native Portland last month for his international-themed one-man show, ‘Homeward’!

I first heard of Ari Shapiro two years ago. I knew he was someone from my hometown of Beaverton, OR and was a nationally known journalist working for NPR (National Public Radio) who’d become a co-host of the famed ‘All Things Considered’ program. We listen to him daily, here at …

San Francisco author and Seattle fave Armistead Maupin returned to Seattle to promote new memoir !

San Francisco author and Seattle fave Armistead Maupin returned to Seattle to promote new memoir !

To celebrate the October publication of his new memoir, Logical Family, the iconic queer writer, Armistead Maupin, author of Tales of the City and its sequels, sat down with Seattle Review of Books founder Paul Constant on Monday, October 16 for an insightful and entertaining conversation at the intimate Illsley …

Catching up with Broadway, TV star, and musician, Reeve Carney at Steamposium 2017

Catching up with Broadway, TV star, and musician, Reeve Carney at Steamposium 2017

Six years ago, Reeve Carney had just started out on Broadway in title role of the much-talked about Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark musical with the sensational score by Bono with The Edge which was originally directed by Julie Taymor (The Lion King). The show was plagued with a high-budget …

Screen legend Tippi Hedren on her new memoir, sexual harassment in Hollywood from Alfred Hitchcock, and her involvement with the Roar Foundation and Shambala Preserve!

Screen legend Tippi Hedren on her new memoir, sexual harassment in Hollywood from Alfred Hitchcock, and her involvement with the Roar Foundation and Shambala Preserve!

Sexual harassment in Hollywood is nothing new, according to screen legend Tippi Hedren, who has finally written her memoir titled Tippi. In the book she writes about her harrowing experience working with film director Alfred Hitchcock on 1963’s The Birds and 1964’s Marnie. By the time they shot Marnie, the …

Catching up with Del Shores and Emerson Collins on A Very Sordid Wedding at TWIST 2017

Catching up with Del Shores and Emerson Collins on A Very Sordid Wedding at TWIST 2017

It was 1999 when Sordid Lives was a surprise hit for filmgoers with an all-star cast that included Bonnie Bedelia, Beth Grant, Ann Walker, Kirk Geiger, Leslie Jordan and Olivia Newton-John. In 2007, it spawned a prequel TV series on LOGO that added Caroline Rhea and Rue McClanahan to the …

Former Second Lady, Dr. Jill Biden, was keynote speaker at Hopelink’s Annual Luncheon which raised $1.19 million for social services

Former Second Lady, Dr. Jill Biden, was keynote speaker at Hopelink’s Annual Luncheon which raised $1.19 million for social services

On Monday, October 16, Dr. Jill Biden, the wife of former Vice President Joe Biden, was the keynote speaker at the 22nd annual Hopelink Reaching Out Luncheon at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. Hopelink is the largest social services agency in east and north King County, serving 64,000 people every …