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Apple Introduces Pride Edition Band for its Watch to Support LGBT Groups

Apple Introduces Pride Edition Band for its Watch to Support LGBT Groups

Jun 26
You can now wear your Pride on your sleeve!

In Memoriam: Pride Pioneer and Scientist Alan Turing

In Memoriam: Pride Pioneer and Scientist Alan Turing

By Maria Dominguez | Jun 25
This Pride month, qnotes pays homage to one figure whose life and accomplishments set a golden precedent for the capabilities of LGBTQ people everywhere: Alan Turing, renowned scientist of many trades

BARchive :: Seafood, Sailors, & San Francisco's Dockside Secrets

BARchive :: Seafood, Sailors, & San Francisco's Dockside Secrets

By Michael Flanagan | Jun 25
The start of the Pride Parade has a secret - and it's hidden! The downtown assembly area on the waterfront is among the oldest LGBT neighborhoods in the city, and there is barely a trace of it left.

Teenage Boy from Mumbai Slum Dances Way to NY Ballet School

Teenage Boy from Mumbai Slum Dances Way to NY Ballet School

By Manish Mehta | Jun 24
The son of a welder from this city's slums had a dream few Indians dared to dream - to dance with the New York City Ballet.

Can't Wear Shorts to Work? Wear a Dress

Can't Wear Shorts to Work? Wear a Dress

Jun 23
When a heat wave hit England this week, an office worker decided to beat the heat by wearing shorts to work, only to be sent home.

Carla Fendi, Philanthropist and Fashion Force, Dies at 79

Carla Fendi, Philanthropist and Fashion Force, Dies at 79

Jun 20
Carla Fendi, one of the five sisters who transformed the family leather goods business into a global luxury fashion house long known for its furs, has died following a long illness. She was 79.

Sail Boston: The USS Whidbey Island

Sail Boston: The USS Whidbey Island

By Kelly May | Jun 19
One of the ships open to visitors during the Tall Ships Boston visit is the USS Whidbey Island, and it is an amazingly fun experience.

Sail Boston: Tall Ships visit Boston

Sail Boston: Tall Ships visit Boston

By Kelly May | Jun 19
On Saturday, June 17, 55 vessels glided into Boston Harbor during the Grand Parade of Sail for a five-day visit. If you like ships or the Boston Harbor, check out the events going on this week.

Justices Say Law on Offensive Trademarks is Unconstitutional

Justices Say Law on Offensive Trademarks is Unconstitutional

By Sam Hananel | Jun 19
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down part of a law that bans offensive trademarks in a ruling that is expected to help the Washington Redskins in their legal fight over the team name.

Creep of the Week: Laurie Higgins

Creep of the Week: Laurie Higgins

By D'Anne Witkowski | Jun 17
You know that saying, "If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention?" Well, in this case, it's, "If you're outraged by drag queens, you're not paying attention to the right things."

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