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Beyond the Classroom: Homework Help Programs in South Seattle Libraries Cater to ELL Students

by Megan Saunders

On an unusually sunny early April day, the Rainier Beach branch of the Seattle Public Library is bustling with young children hauling large backpacks into a glass-paned room. 863 more words

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Music Education is Ageless at Jazz Night School in Columbia City

by Emily Gilbert

In a room full of jazz musicians ranging in age from their 20s to 60s, everyone is looking at one man, Erik Hanson, the leader of Big Band Blue and Executive Director of Jazz Night School. 1,001 more words

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EMERGE

: to become known
: to come into being through evolution
: to rise from an obscure or inferior position or condition
Four artists explore what it means to EMERGE through… 21 more words

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Molly Moon's

First Visit: September 2017

  • “Salted Caramel”: Nah
  • “Cookie Dough”: Sure
  • U-Village: Sure, small
  • Parking: Sure, big lot but good luck trying to find an open spot…
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Hometown Love for Drood

Really sweet of my hometown paper to run this notice today. I know it made my parents Don and Susie Sexton very proud and it made me smile. 95 more words

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I Am Somebody - Women's Empowerment Group

The “I am Somebody” creator Rachelle Smith and TheChayahMovement and From A to Z (FAZ)’s Zakiya Cita have combined forces to bring the community a meeting designed to help women become more self-aware, empowered and equipped to better navigate through life’s peaks and valleys.

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New Location for Baby Peppers

by Polly Jirkovsky Gual

The group leader sits on the floor in the center of the room, at the edge of a blanket filled with toys. 393 more words

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