All of them are queer people of color.
"I wanted to specifically focus on this community because queer and trans people of color are so rarely represented in the art world," says Roman, who is Mexican-American and also identifies as queer.
The photo series, called "Queer Icons," evokes the colorful, religious artwork th
Luckily for Ian Fleming, today's 107-year-old birthday boy and the creator of James Bond, novelist Anthony Horowitz knows just the gift: a reunion with an old friend.
Horowitz, who's helming the newest official Bond novel, Trigger Mortis, announced Thursday that the book will be bringing back a familiar face — Pussy Galore.
"These are unprecedented and difficult times for FIFA," Blatter said.
"We're getting closer and closer to having really, truly next-generation treatments that are better and quicker than existing ones," says Dr. Carlos Zarate, a researcher at the National Institute of Mental Health.
The new drugs are based on the anesthetic ketamine, which is also a popular club drug known as Special K.
The epidemic's epicenter, according to HistoryLink – an online compendium of Washington state history — was the town of Bellingham where "tiny holes, pits, and dings ...
" 'A below-normal season doesn't mean we're off the hook.
The dozens of criminal charges unveiled Wednesday have stoked long-simmering suspicions about corruption in soccer's governing body.
On PriceCheck, we're crowdsourcing prices of common health tests and procedures.
It does seem like a lot of effort simply to find a good camping spot.
Travel over long distances can wear you out. As anyone who’s flown a great distance can tell you, the sudden change in time zones can wreak havoc on your body. KPLU travel expert Matthew Brumley has been almost every continent on the planet, and has a lot of experience fighting off jet lag. Here's his advice:
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Fears of exposure to the potentially deadly disease has prompted officials to advise four civilian workers to get preventive care; more than 20 military personnel are also being monitored. The samples were sent via commercial shipping companies, but the Pentagon says there is "no known risk to the general public."
The spores were supposed to have been killed by being irradiated.
But no one agrees on what to call that "stuff".
There are least seven major overlapping terms in play. New ones are being coined all the time. This bagginess bugs me, as a member of the education media. It bugs researchers and policymakers too.
"Basically we're trying to explain student success educationally or in the labor market with skills not directly measured by standardized tests," says Martin West, at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
That's why Danette Kenne has some questions for the presidential candidates about what kind of budget they plan to present to Congress.
"Being in Iowa, one of the things we can do is ask questions," Kenne said.
Kenne is not your typical deficit scold.
Take hundreds of thousands of Somalis fleeing a war. Shelter them for 24 years in a camp in Kenya run by the United Nations. And offer different opportunities than they might have had if they'd stayed in Somalia.
The Kenyan government wants the experiment to end, soon. It's pushing the refugees to return to their home in Somalia, though the camp called Dadaab is the only home many have known.
Habiba Abdurahman fled the war in Somalia when she was six, with her mother and sisters.