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What are people wearing to Pride?

The usual palette of bright rainbow colors decorated San Francisco parade-goers on Sunday, but a few fashion trends stood out as favorites. The long-loved tube socks with rainbow stripes was one, with Levi Strauss & Co. reporting Friday that the company had sold out of its special edition Pride socks both online and at retail outlets in the city. Show More Summary

Lithuanian bishop beatified as first Soviet-era martyr

Thousands gathered in Vilnius on Sunday for the beatification of a bishop imprisoned by the former Soviet regime, the first such event in the devoutly Catholic Baltic EU state. Some 30,000 Catholics gathered at the city's central cathedral...Show More Summary

Sister Sam, founder of St. Vincent Meals on Wheels, dead at 82

In 1977, Sister Alice Marie Quinn started what became St. Vincent Meals on Wheels with a single pot of stew served to 83 seniors in a church basement near MacArthur Park. On Friday — days after celebrating her 82nd birthday — Sister Sam, as she was known by friends, died of natural causes. As executive...

Sister Sam, founder of St. Vincent Meals on Wheels, dead at 82

In 1977, Sister Alice Marie Quinn started what became St. Vincent Meals on Wheels with a single pot of stew served to 83 seniors in a church basement near MacArthur Park. On Friday — days after celebrating her 82nd birthday — Sister Sam, as she was known by friends, died of natural causes. As executive...

Video: Dykes On Bikes Rings In 41 Years Of Pride

Established in 1976, Dykes on Bikes is the quintessential opening act of all SF Pride parades, and now many others around the world. [ more › ]

East Village's Tableside Italian Cook Shoppe Serves A Standout Piece Of Octopus

Not that this town has any shortage of standout Italian spots, but a new neighborhood joint is always welcome. Enter, then, Tableside Italian Cook Shoppe, a cute little corner eatery in the East Village serving up super-rich pasta dishes and one very good grilled octopus. [ more › ]

Raise your hand if you want your charity to be part of The Post’s Helping Hand

Washington-area nonprofits are encouraged to apply for our annual fundraising campaign.

Brooklyn Man Arrested For Threatening To Taser And Kill Mosque-Goer

Earlier this month, a group of anti-Muslim protesters descended on Foley Square in Lower Manhattan as part of a nationwide "March Against Sharia Law" organized by Trump-aligned lobbyist organization and noted hate group ACT for America. Around one hundred people turned up for the event, where they were vastly outnumbered by anti-Islamophobic counter-protesters. [ more › ]

What To Expect At Tonight's BET Awards

Leslie Jones, A$AP Rocky, SZA, DJ Khaled, and more. [ more › ]

Stray Kitten Rescued From Middle Of Golden Gate Bridge

Marin-based CHP officers rescued a small orange cat on Saturday who somehow managed to get inside the movable median barrier near the south tower of the Golden Gate Bridge. [ more › ]

Israel abandons deal on prayer at Western Wall, angering liberal Jews

Israel’s government on Sunday scrapped a compromise to allow pluralist prayer at the Western Wall holy site in Jerusalem, bowing to pressure from ultra-religious parties in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition and angering liberal Jewish denominations with large followings in North America....

Cuomo Reveals Rendering Of Memorial For Victims Of Pulse Nightclub Shooting

Just about a year after the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida, Governor Cuomo today revealed renderings for a Hudson River Park monument mean to pay tribute to the victims of the shooting and to honor New York's LGBT community. [ more › ]

O.C. coroner botches an ID, and a family buries a stranger, not their homeless son

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department is investigating why the coroner’s office misidentified a body found behind a Fountain Valley Verizon store, officials said. Authorities told the family of Frank M. Kerrigan, a 57-year-old mentally ill homeless man, that it was Kerrigan’s body that was found...

A Look Back At The Glory Days Of 1980s Metal Magazines

I spent all of 1983 and 1984 as the associate editor of Tiger Beat, but I followed up my time there writing for some of the biggest metal mags. From 1985 to 1992, I wrote for the pages of Circus, Metallix, Rock Scene, RIP, Hard Rock Video and Video Rock Stars, which shared prominent space on the newsstands with the pastel, teeny-bopper covers. Show More Summary

Saudi Arabia’s role in success of al-Jazeera | Editorial

Saudis’ sudden closure of BBC Arabic channel gave Qatar pick of more than 150 talented BBC-trained Arab presenters, writers, producers and technicians The demand by Saudi Arabia that al?Jazeera be closed is deeply ironic as it was unwittingly...Show More Summary

Appetizing Aperture

Cast off into the weekend with one “see”-worthy brunch dish. Hangtown Benedict at Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar is meaty with 12-hour thick-cut bacon, the decadence of fried oysters, golden-yoked poached eggs and a pool of brown butter hollandaise ($16). Aye, aye, captain. This dish has your name on it.

Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you are enjoying this beautiful day! I'm soon to head out to a costume party (for real) but before I do that wanted to drop the Weekly Blueprint for your summer planning! Also, join me tomorrow at 12:30pm...Show More Summary

Body discovered at site of massive apartment blaze in Northwest

D.C. Fire and EMS said a man was found dead Sunday morning, following Saturday’s blaze that displaced about 200.

Three Charged In 'Fireworks Fight' That Led To Massive Bronx Blaze

"These buildings can collapse very quickly," Chief of Department James E. Leonard told DNAinfo at the scene, adding that two of the damaged homes may need to be demolished. [ more › ]

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