Tag Archives: Anchorage
Yesterday, in between finding myself in front of a TV camera at lunchtime & watching the results in the evening, I listened in on Eddie Burke’s talk radio show on KBYR 700-AM. I’d heard Mr. Burke would be devoting his … Continue reading
Once upon a time I was a probationary employee of the Book Cache at Sears Mall. And then they discovered I was… [gasp]… a lesbian!
It was a surprise to me: around 10:30 or so this morning I got a call at work, on my direct line, from someone identifying himself as a reporter. I’m not entirely unused to getting calls from reporters — faculty … Continue reading
The Anchorage Daily News has a story by Megan Holland on the proposed equal rights ordinance: “Assembly to consider gay rights ordinance — Discrimination ban: Proposal would also cover veterans; Rev. Prevo plans fight” No big surprise that Jerry Prevo … Continue reading
Anchorage Assemblymember Patrick Flynn posted on his blog this morning on Sunday that an ordinance to bar discrimination based upon sexual orientation or veteran’s status in the Municipality of Anchorage would be introduced at tonight’s Anchorage Assembly meeting. Per Mr. … Continue reading
You’ve heard about it, now here it is: the famous letter written by Wayne Anthony Ross to the Alaska Bar Association and published in the Alaska Bar Rag in the early 1990s (turns out it was 1993) which referred to … Continue reading