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'Places to flourish? Edge Space and the Formative Process'

After a great day at The Alchemical Landscape symposium, I thought I’d upload my paper here in case people felt like giving it a read. This is a relatively new area of work for me–particularly the occultural focus–but it was nice to explore new horizons, as it were. 71 more words

Light in the Ocean, But Only So Deep

Life on earth depends on the sun, and the light and heat that emanates from it. It is the base of photosynthesis. But light works differently underwater than it does on land. 523 more words

Science

Another Sad Loss for the Ballard Farmers Market Family

Anita Vizcaya

On Thursday, March 19, 2015 Anita Vizcaya passed away in her sleep, after a productive day of making candles in the farm house kitchen and going to bed happy.   527 more words
Ballard Farmers Market

All Ages Board Games tonight @ Ballard!

Wanna play?

6 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Bring your family, friends, or come alone and play our array of board games from Blokus, Carcassonne… 22 more words

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304/365 Monkey Bridge

Our go to Vietnamese soup place in Ballard always keepin’ it nice and neat

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The Swallows Return to the Ballard Safeway

In a sure sign of spring, the swallows have returned to the parking garage at the Ballard Safeway.

Swooping in in and out of the underside of the supermarket, they noisily nest in the asbestos coating the garage roof provides. 56 more words

Time

Learning From Libraries

When I spotted the Fremont Library, with its Mission Revival style that is rare ray of sunshine in the Pacific Northwest, I knew I wanted to do short piece on Carnegie libraries. 614 more words

Architectural History