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Adrian Matejka 

Bringing fresh energy to an enduring literary publication, Matejka is the first African American editor to ever lead Poetry Magazine.

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The closure begins at 7 a.m. on Saturday, April 30 and reopens on Sunday, May 1 by 4 p.m.

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Teressa Raiford receives Drum Major for Justice award from The Skanner publisher Bernie Foser, January 2022. 

The Skanner News Group’s Newsmaker of the Year award winner is Teressa Raiford

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(AP Photo/Susan Walsh) 

 On Thursday, April 21, U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen (WA-02) will host a live telephone town hall on environmental issues facing Northwest Washington and efforts to fight climate change.

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Teenage climate activists will be protesting, holding signs, singing songs, and listening to speeches outside Harriet Tubman Middle School

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(Photo/ Portland Art Museum via Facebook) 

The Portland Art Museum's Miller Family Free Day, is set for Sunday, April 24

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(Photo/ Latino Network) 

The funding will support the construction of the organization’s planned new Metro Eastside facility, La Plaza Esperanza

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Free online event to be held April 30

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Senate Bill 819 may help some struggling with consequences of a felony history

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Adults posing as young girls coerce teenage boys through social media to produce sexual images and videos, then extort money from them.

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