In the history of America’s gay nightlife, Seattle holds an important record. The city was home to the country’s first known gay bar: The Double Header, which operated from the 1930s to 2015. The city is currently home to one of the last remaining lesbian bars on the West Coast, the Wildrose. The pandemic is only another chapter in the lineage of Seattle’s queer nightlife—one that proved that, despite some changes, Seattle’s gay bars aren’t going anywhere. And at the center of it all, exuding star power as a local icon of queer nightlife, is a Adé A Cônnére.
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