Betty Rhodes, Senior Corner: A Conversation with Ian Stanley Posadas | Betty rhodes

Hello dear readers, Today I would like to visit someone whom I have admired for many years. I met him in 2010, shortly after he founded LGBTQ Connection. Of course, I’m talking about Ian Stanley Posadas. Support local media coverage and those who report it by subscribing to the Napa …

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SENIOR: Why wasn’t Jussie Smollett charged with perjury?

Breadcrumb Links Chroniclers Author of the article: Larry Elder Former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett leaves the Leighton Criminal Courts Building as the jury begins its deliberations at his trial on December 8, 2021 in Chicago. Photo by Scott Olson /Getty Images Content of the article It did not go well. …

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Taste Creator Barack Obama Gets Big Street Reputation With 2021 Playlist

For the past three years, former President and national taste maker Barack Obama has posted his annual summer and year-end playlists on Spotify. Each list includes a wide range of music from artists of all genres, showing that the former leader of the free world also knows how to keep …

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Introducing the New Milwaukee Group of Former NO / NO Members

Two-thirds of Milwaukee’s new band Chit Chat will sound familiar to anyone who has followed the city’s rock scene closely. Vocalist / guitarist Harrison Colby and drummer Jeremy Ault were both anchors of Milwaukee bands The Delphines and NO / NO, two of the most beloved local bands of the …

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Nikki Kuhnhausen case: murdered teenager dreamed of working with her idol Nicki Minaj

From the moment 17-year-old Nikki Kuhnhausen disappeared from Vancouver, Washington in June 2019, her mother feared the worst. “I knew something had happened,” Nikki’s mother Lisa Woods said. Usually, she and Nikki spoke to each other on a daily basis, but Nikki had stopped responding. “She would never do that …

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A conversation with the son who wrote the viral obituary for his “tall Jewish woman” mother

The late Renay Mandel Corren holds the hand of his son Andy, whose mother’s obituary went viral Wednesday night. (Courtesy of Andy Corren via JTA) The 1,000-word obituary has been shared tens of thousands of times. “I would like to hire this obituary writer ahead of time when the time …

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Everton FC address homophobic chant used in Premier League game

Everton Football Club issued a statement condemning chanting as “unacceptable” behavior on social media. Everton FC have publicly criticized the language and chanting used by fans towards a Chelsea player during a Premier League match yesterday (16 December). “Everton condemns the homophobic chants directed at Chelsea players tonight at Stamford …

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David Archuleta gets outspoken about trying to pray his queerness away

It has been a great year for singer David Archuleta. During the past 12 months, the American Idol The runner-up won a large following on TikTok, where he answers questions from fans and fits into videos of himself harmonizing with other singers. Archuleta has also made the choice to live …

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AFLW 2022: Adelaide Crows training match canceled after GWS Covid affair

Adelaide’s AFLW practice match with the Giants on Saturday was called off after a positive Covid-19 case was recorded. Here is the last one. The AFL has canceled an AFLW weekend practice match in Adelaide due to a positive Covid-19 case. The game between the Crows and Greater Western Sydney …

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‘LA County Holiday Celebration’ returns to in-person performance on December 24

For many like-minded people, gay and straight, there has been a ray of light and joy during Trump’s four-year reign of terror. Shining brightly through the dark seemingly impenetrable storm clouds, Randy Rainbow erupted with colorful parody songs and videos that provided endless sources of laughter. Its multitude of dedicated …

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