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After losing her father to cancer in 2020, Cera Marquez found comfort in breathing new life into dead things.
The rarity of women behind the wheels of big rigs is a major factor contributing to the truck driver shortage. But what obstacles do they face in the industry?
Get in your thrills this spooky season by supporting and celebrating with local queer, BIPOC and women-owned businesses.
As the manager and event coordinator at Awakening Boutique, and the head of her own sexual wellness practice, Sasha Dillavou has her dream career.
Costa Rican artist Fernanda Durmer wants to remind fellow Latines during Hispanic Heritage Month that they are not alone in their struggles.
Titwrench Music Festival is saying goodbye after its 13th year. However, founder Sarah Slater said it won't be the last of the collective.
Fat Babes in the Wild is a queer-friendly space welcome to people of all sizes who want to celebrate body positivity and live without limited body beliefs.
Nicole Noller didn't pick up a skateboard until she was 25. Thirteen years on, she continues to break gender and age stereotypes in the sport.
Little has changed in the way of progress since the first SlutWalk 10 years ago. Those in the community take it as a sign the event is still necessary.
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