(NEW YORK) -- Three years ago, Cody Daigle-Orians struggled to say the words "I am asexual" out loud. After a chance encounter on social media, connecting with members of the community and working with a therapist helped him sort through his feelings and come into... Read More.
(PATERSON, N.J.) -- It has been over a year since Pamela Addison lost her husband, Martin, to COVID-19, but the grief is still as raw as ever. In late April 2020, the 36-year-old New Jersey teacher found herself a single mother to the couple's two... Read More.
Lin-Manuel Miranda has broken his silence over the growing criticism over his latest movie musical In The Heights, which features a predominately Latinx cast. Critics say the film didn't go far enough and accused it of "colorism" for failing to represent the Afro-Latinx community that is present in the movie's real-life setting of... Read More.
Tracee Ellis Ross began developing her natural haircare brand, Pattern, nearly a decade ago after her lead role on the hit sitcom, Girlfriends. "The industry was in a very different place," says Ross, as the cover star of Coveteur's "Endless Summer" issue. "The understanding of the buying power...the Black purchasing... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- “Fun” is the word 41-year-old entrepreneur Carolyn Kim uses to describe her life when asked about being a mother to twin boys, an attorney and working to create America's first line of premium soju for her award-winning company, Yobo Soju. What started... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The 1969 police raid of the Stonewall Inn, the famed gay bar in New York City, was no different than many others before it. For decades, before and after the riots, some law enforcement officers and agencies targeted known LGBTQ-friendly establishments in... Read More.
Everett Community College (EvCC) has become the first community college in the nation to train students with a new state-of-the-art industrial network security technology system. The system is called “The Wall”, it’s a 15-foot reciprocally active $100,000 industrial network security training... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Nurse Carla Brown went beyond her call of duty during the coronavirus pandemic to help vaccinate her community. Now, Brown is sharing her story with "The View." The Baton Rouge, Louisiana, nurse wants to help the elderly, homebound and those who don't... Read More.
(BOXTON, Tenn.) -- When her father died, Linda Hayes said his last request to her was to take care of the vegetable garden he grew for his community at his home in Boxtown, Tennessee. "Two weeks before he passed away, he told me, he said,... Read More.
(CHARLOTTE, N.C.) -- Two transgender women were found shot to death in hotel rooms just 11 days apart in Charlotte, North Carolina, prompting police to issue a warning that a suspect, or suspects, may be targeting other members of the LGBTQ community. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg police... Read More.
IN MEMORIUM OF MARK BRINKMAN, A GIANT LOSS Snohomish County lost one of its finest last weekend. Mark Brinkman, a selfless Police Officer for the Lynwood Police Department, spent his life dedicated to public service and... Read More.