Sunny early then increasing clouds with some scattered thunderstorms this afternoon. High 96F. Winds WSW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%..
Scattered thunderstorms early, then mainly cloudy overnight with thunderstorms likely. Low 73F. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 90%.
Updated: June 18, 2018 @ 10:52 am
Benjamin Ward stands outside Redband Coffee Company, in Davenport, where he has worked for nearly four years.
You can’t enter the Metropolitan Community Church of the Quad-Cities without seeing the words, “No Hate.” The message appears in white letters in the middle of a red heart on the front door of the church off of Locust Street in Davenport. This is the tone that Rev. Rich Hendricks, who is 59, wants to set for the church he has pastored since 2004.
Tee LeShoure, 42, serves as the president of QC Pride and, several years ago, founded an organization called Alphas, which stands for African American Lesbians Having A Say
Brendan Iglehart, 27, moved back to the Quad-Cities about six months ago to launch his own company, called altSTATES Travel.
Tamra Bayless, who describes herself a lesbian feminist, stands outside the Bettendorf home she shares with her partner of 28 years. She and her wife got married, officially, in 2014.
Sarah is a wife, mother of three and the executive director for Lead(h)er, a mentorship program for women in the Quad-Cities.
Michelle Royal, who is vice president of QC Pride, talks about what pride means to her.
Kathryn Langford is a distiller at Mississippi River Distilling Company in LeClaire. The native of Arizona, who has lived in the Quad-Cities for nearly a decade, said being gay doesn't define her.
Pride may be a celebration, but it’s not just about a party or a list of things to do. It me…
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