Wolfe and the Vine


The Sequoia Grove Winery in Napa Valley has combined forces with Seattle-based nature photographer Art Wolfe to launch Cambium. This limited-edition red Bordeaux blend available for presale in April. “Art Wolfe is the first person we sought to reach out,” Faden said. One of the reasons is because most of the proceeds will be going toward forest preservation, something that both […]

Hal Sparks Launches a Charmaggedon

Hal Sparks article posted on Seattle Gay News Hal Sparks performs at the Nordstrom Recital Theatre today at 8:00 pm. “I deal with pop culture and sociopolitical issues, but I do it in a way that is palatable. I’m a big fan of inclusion,” Sparks said. “The nice thing about my act is that it’s all new, […]

Why We STILL Need Queer Youth Space

                  Article posted on Seattle Gay News In July the City of Seattle Neighborhood Matching Fund Program approved of an 80-page grant proposal. This gives a separate committee of the Queer Youth Space known as the Three Wings $100,000 to open the safe space that many queer youths had […]

Rugby Star Ben Cohen takes a Stand

                Ben Cohen article posted in Seattle Gay News British rugby star Ben Cohen visited Seattle this past weekend as part of his tour to promote the StandUp Foundation.   StandUp “The StandUp Foundation is meant to help stop bullying in the LGBT community. It’s about making a difference,” Cohen […]

Jeremiah Clark promotes “Just Another Sad Song”


Jeremiah Clark article posted on Seattle Gay News Singer/songwriter Jeremiah Clark will be headlining a public outdoor House Concert in downtown Seattle on June 19. Clark’s album, “Just Another Sad Song,” is the openly gay artist’s first full-length album and his second headlining tour, where he will be playing in a mixture of house concerts, LGBT centers, and […]

Gay in America: A First-of-a-Kind Coffee Table Book

Article Posted on Seattle Gay News Gay in America, the first photo book depicting the lives of average gay men across all 50 states and shot and assembled by Scott Pasfield, hits stores on September 27. The book contains the stories of gay men, fathers, brothers, and friends. Pasfield shot over the course of three years and covers a […]

How to Successfully Implement Culture and Change

Understanding Both Cultures As an organizational consultant tasked with Endothon’s acquisition of Techfite, it’s important to be mindful of the differences in both company’s structures and cultures. This will help find the best way for Techfite’s clan culture-based employees to smoothly integrate with Endothon’s more market-fixated culture. While innovation is key in both companies, there will be a resistance […]

E-Publishing: Breaking through the Consignment’s Confinement

Before the second Bush entered the White House and the Simpsons were up to season 364, aspiring authors only got their books published if they followed the consignment model.   We Are Not Alone Kristen Lamb, author of We Are Not Alone, and the founder of the WANA (We Are Not Alone) movement, describes the consignment […]

Rise of the Indie Author

Now is the time to be a self-publishing entrepreneur in the industry because of the rise of independent publishing companies, the low cost of starting a publishing company to publish works, and the ability to have greater control in the industry than ever before. The path to publishing success is accessible to those with a […]

Solar: Our Best Energy Solution

By 2030, profound global warming will be impossible to prevent if the government fails to limit greenhouse gases. The countdown and gravity of such an event make choosing an alternative energy source to fossil fuels increasingly more important. Solar energy is a pollution-free, natural alternative, and it also now our best alternative. According to authors […]

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