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Is Your College On The Deaf Friendly Map?

Posted by: Staff Writer on Aug. 27, 2013  |  Comments

3-ring binders? Check. Extra 64-GB flash drives for thesis? Check. Lime-green highlighters for all-night cram sessions? Check. #deaffriendly campus environment in the city where you're getting your learn on?

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Waving the White Napkin, and 7 Other Things You See at Deaf Weddings

Posted by: Staff Writer on July 9, 2013  |  Comments

"Here Comes the Bride" never played. There were no - or minimal - table centerpieces. What's more, the Officiate didn't utter a peep during the ceremony. Wait, did you just stage the wedding planning blooper of the year?   

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500 Reviews Later: We're Halfway to our Goal!

Posted by: Staff Writer on April 22, 2013  |  Comments

Fresh after our East Coast launch, deafREVIEW hit its second milestone last week – 500 business reviews since our launch in Seattle. Chalk it up to the combined powers of our awesome West and East Coast reviewers.

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Eastward, Ho! deafREVIEW Launches in NYC, Rochester, and Metro D.C. Today

Posted by: Staff Writer on April 1, 2013  |  Comments

It's no April Fool's joke. After much social media buzz, voting, and feedback, the verdict is in: deafREVIEW has opened its review platform in not one, not two, but three bustling cities on the East Coast today. That's right -- all three cities have such good review potential, we couldn't simply pick one! If you live in or have visited Washington, D.C., New York City, or Rochester, you can now write consumer reviews about local businesses you frequent. Don't live directly within the city? No problem: You can write reviews within a 60-mile radius of the three major city hubs.

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Viva la Inspiration! Seattle’s Marilyn Smith Wins Big in Vegas

Posted by: Staff Writer on Aug. 7, 2012  |  Comments

For most people, Vegas' code is simple: You win, some, and you (mostly) lose some. More than 25 years ago, Marilyn Smith took one of the biggest gambles of her life: She quit her job to start a non-profit to serve Deaf and Deaf-Blind victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse. Defying the odds at the DeafNation World Expo 2012 in Las Vegas, the Seattle founder and former Executive Director of ADWAS accepted the DeafNation Inspiration Award.

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Election Year Buzz: Florida's Chris Wagner is 2012 NAD President

Posted by: Staff Writer on July 31, 2012  |  Comments

What a busy year it has been for the National Association of the Deaf (NAD). Not only has it battled Netflix in court for closed captioning, rallied the Internet Captioning Deadlines, and sued Chase Bank for refusing Relay calls, NAD has been hard at work bringing in a new generation of movers and shakers: It recently elected Chris Wagner as the NAD’s new President.

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Speak Up...Review a Business...Create Change!

Posted by: Melissa echo Greenlee on March 22, 2012  |  Comments

No deaf, deaf-blind or hard of hearing person is ever completely alike, but one tie bonds us instantly: We never stop looking for ways to make day-to-day communications less stressful in a predominantly hearing world.

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Reviews by Advocates & Champions

Patti

Patti

Bomgaars

Very deaf friendly.  Employees are awesome! So understanding 

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Michael Thal

Michael Thal

Obay Lebanese Cuisine

I've eaten at Obay's Lebanese Cuisine about three times. During my first visit, the ...

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Tom Willard

Tom Willard

Comedy @ The Carlson

This club is currently closed because of Covid, but my review will discuss pre-Covid days.

I ...

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Sharon

Sharon

Costco Wholesale

Jason B at Wireless Advocates is CHAMP! I typed that I’m Deaf, and he pulled ...

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