On Monday night, the result was official: centrist Democratic candidate—and bisexual woman—Sinema will become the first openly bisexual senator in United States history, in addition to being the first woman Arizona has ever elected to the Senate. She now joins Oregon Governor Kate Brown, who was just re-elected, as one of the highest-ranking bisexual elected officials in a country where they number few and far between. … [Read more...] about Kyrsten Sinema’s Election Win in Arizona Is a Big, Bisexual Leap Forward
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The special will invite donors to contribute to charities that support underserved children, such as No Kid Hungry and the Ellis Marsalis Center for Music in New Orleans, as well as to the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund, a charitable organization of the Recording Academy. … [Read more...] about ‘United We Sing: A GRAMMY Salute To The Unsung Heroes’ Coming To CBS on June 21st
I can tell you that it was The Black Cat in Penngrove, Calif., where I first tasted Moonlight’s “Death and Taxes,” the Third Stop near the Beverly Center in Los Angeles for Craftsman’s “Triple White Sage,” and that the first time I tasted properly presented real ale it was Stone’s “Levitation,” at The Linkery in San Diego. A decade and a half later, each of those pubs is gone, but all three of three breweries have grown mightily in prominence and esteem. … [Read more...] about Miss your local bar? Try Instagram.
"I was lucky to belong to a generation of Soviet specialists who had opportunities to study in North Korea. When I went there, I realized that this was an area where I probably would have a serious competitive advantage. It was quite clear my Soviet background and general interest in Soviet history would be extremely useful," Lankov told VOA. … [Read more...] about Arcane Art of Kremlinology Remains Relevant for North Korea
Tuesday: Mask Order In Orange County Under Scrutiny By OC SupervisorsWith orders relaxing across the state, one supervisor said of the Orange County Health Care Agency mask rules, saying "good luck with that." … [Read more...] about Coronavirus In California: What To Know Friday, May 29