Danny riding in Seattle's Pride Parade 06/26/2016

Photo: R. Lurie

POSTED 5:16 PM, JUNE 26, 2016, BY JANET KIM,
SEATTLE – Seattle’s Pride Parade drew another record-breaking crowd, with an estimated 400,000 people.

Organizers say in light of the recent tragedy in Orlando, celebrating pride showcased the city’s ability to celebrate unity.

Music, costumes and cheer filled the streets of downtown Seattle for the annual pride parade. Bright and colorful floats stood out among the crowd, but so did this one from Entre Hermanos, with pictures of the lives lost in Orlando after a mass shooting earlier this month at pulse, a well-known gay night club.

“The Latino community is really hurt because especially because it happens in the Latino LGBTQ and Latino community also,” said Sergio Miranda with Entre Hermanos.

The Fitts family is from Orlando but wanted to stand in solidarity with their hometown during their visit to Seattle.

“To think about the 49 lives lost in our home state- can’t help to think about that and just hope that something like that doesn’t happen again,” said Jennifer Fitts.

It's a sense of unity that even brought out elementary students Mikela Gibbs and Maddey Hill, who wanted to show the message of love transcends all ages.

Fan does cover of That'll Be The Day

Here is the original Click Here

Listen to Jims version Click here

A little about Jim Stevens, He's located in Philadelphia, 35, and has been doin' music, on and off, for about 20 years, but focusing on it hardcore since 2007. The music is, to use a term, pop/rock, but the overall "message" LYRICALLY CAN be "labeled" as one of positivity, Love and Hope. He's a Partridge Family (SHOW and music) fan hardcore, and some of those songs are just classics, and that is what led to That'll Be The Day leading off the NEW album. From Jim: My newest release, “Connective Energies”, comes on the heels of major life changes over the last few years. During and just after these changes and events, I took the time and got totally re-connected with what I feel is really important in all our lives, both individually and collectively, as we cruise through our journeys on this planet. Jim's album is available on iTunes.

"C'mon Get Hippie" for Charity KOA Care Camps Auction ends 6/11

Our good friend Andy of Seaboards Coastal has donated some items including this Partridge Family inspired keep box. Please visit the charity auction (see link at bottom of article) for KOA Care Camps. 100% of the proceeds goes to the charity. Until that day, KOA Care Camps is here to bring hope, healing and outright fun for kids with cancer and their families.

Working together, KOA owners, the KOA home office, our partners and KOA campers raise funds for a single cause: to send children affected by cancer to medically supervised camps where they have a wonderful time in the great outdoors with other kids who understand what they’re going through. They do it all while receiving the treatments they need. Until cancer is a memory, KOA Care Camps will continue to help these great kids make joyful memories of their own.


Danny Bonaduce offers to pay for Little League team's stolen equipment


Just days before the playoffs, an Eastside Little League team was targeted by a thief.

KIRO 7 News covered the stolen items, which were taken when the coach was unloading his vehicle at his West Seattle home.

Surveillance cameras were rolling when the incident happened.

The story inspired local radio personality Danny Bonaduce on-air on 102.5 KZOK on Thursday morning that he wants to pay for replacing the equipment for the team.

The radio station told KIRO 7 News they reached out to the coach to put to pay for replacing the equipment for the team.

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fangoria.com - May 10, 2016 - 4:33 pm - by: Michael Gingold
AMERICASDEADLIESTDVDREVWith YouTube and other vehicles for video self-expression a decade or so away, AMERICA’S DEADLIEST is informed more by the true-crime show COPS and its ilk (most directly during its wickedly ironic climax). Former child star Danny Bonaduce plays Dougie, a nebbishy guy who uses a newly purchased video camera, though which the entire movie plays out, to annoy his wife Debbie (played by Bonaduce’s real-life spouse Gretchen). After he and we discover her boinking another guy, Dougie decides to hit the road, recording his travels across the Midwest. This leads him to accidentally videotape a trio of criminals disposing of evidence, and when their leader Clint (Mick Wynhoff, who also produced) sees the camera pointed their way, he decides not to kill Dougie, but kidnap him and press him into service to preserve their exploits for posterity.

One of the few late-’80s/early-’90s shot-on-video features to truly turn the medium to its advantage, AMERICA’S DEADLIEST HOME VIDEO remains a potent use of the format as well as an unsung groundbreaker in the found-footage field.