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Bergen Place Park

An intrepid group of 4 Seattle Urban Sketchers met at Bergen Place Park today.  Perhaps it was the sudden autumn weather following the first day of Fall that kept some of our usual group away.  427 more words


Special prayers for members serving in HM Forces

Members of a church group remembered members serving in the armed forces.


The September Devotional Meeting of the Guild took place on Thursday the 14th, in Church… 55 more words

Life On The Home Front

Peter Robinson and Mossadiq Umedaly: We Must Be Better On Climate

Two of British Columbia’s respected voices on the environment and cleantech development have come out swinging against BC’s new climate plan.

Climate change is an important issue, and that’s why I’m taking a moment to write about it. 94 more words

In the Vacuum of Space, No One has to Vacuum.

In Star Trek there were no dust bunnies. How did they keep it so clean?

Think about it, just have everyone put on space suits and open the air locks. 64 more words

Film Version

I was 7 when we rode bikes down into Ballard for the first time

When I was a kid, Ballard was an industrial neighborhood. It had shipyards, machine ships and a railyard along the borders of the town, and most kids I knew had a dad who was a fisherman, machinist, dock worker or the like. 417 more words

A Delightful Dinner at Brimmer & Heeltap

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Brimmer & Heeltap has been elevating neighborhood dining in Seattle to a new plane since spring of 2014. (I’m not sure what took us so long to get here, but this is truly a case of better late than never!). 395 more words

Culinary Adventures