Children of all ages turned out for the Ketchikan Public Library’s first-ever drag queen storytime after city leaders declined to cancel the controversial event.
Ketchikan’s city attorney canceling the event could violate the state’s civil rights law and the First Amendment in addition to the city’s antidiscrimination ordinance.
This year’s Anchorage Mayor’s Marathon had its share of oddities, including a black bear that blocked the trail and held up racers. An even more extraordinary sight was a runner racing in a pair of 3-inch heels.
After a delayed, and mostly virtual, Pride celebration last year, Juneau Pride is back and in-person.
One of the cornerstones of Pride Month today is visibility. In a small town like Soldotna, that can mean a lot.
See the many faces of the 2019 GLITZ Drag Show, an annual June event that kicks off LGBTQ Pride month festivities in Juneau.