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Divaland Pride Guide 201...

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Pride Month is here and there are an overwhelming number of events...but NO FOMO. Here's a list of parties, performances, and sexy shenanigans to please everyone. Time to plan accordingly and play safe!
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See Them Now: History Co...

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Seattle institutions are presenting important, timely lessons in Black History right now. The way that history is presented and memorialized has gotten a lot of national press lately. Reconstruction-era monuments to the failed Confederacy are falling (Yay!), while an astounding monument to lynched African Americans just ope...
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10 Experiential Gifts Fo...

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Even the person who has everything they need can always use a new experience. That's why experiential gifts are such a great idea during the holidays. They're much more personal than a gift card, and they aren't just stuff that the receiver may not need or want.
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Team Diva’s Holida...

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If you have kids, Christmas can be a budget-busting time of year. In addition to gifts, there are some high-priced tickets in town, too. If you need an outing that won't break the bank, as each holiday event in this list is free. At most, there is a small suggested donation to a good cause. After all, some of the best holid...
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Magnificent Magnolia ...

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The Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle was actually misnamed by a US Coastal worker who thought that the bluff’s beautiful Madrona trees were actually Magnolia trees, this gorgeous neighborhood (second largest in the city) of Seattle is the best of both worlds: small town living that is minutes from the city. With an em...
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Diva Hood Spotlight: Bea...

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There is a long standing love affair between the Divas and Beacon Hill. Back in my (Diva Chavi) old corporate working days I use to love taking the super long but interesting old #36 route all the way from Rainier Beach to Downtown Seattle going straight down Beacon Ave. The line traveled down the former trolley line, turni...
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