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Kudos for The Seattle Post-Intelligencer... in 1887

Doing some research for a memoir about my father, who grew up in Yakima, I waded through microfiche of old — very old — newspapers. When Washington was still a territory, women had the vote. 317 more words


An image taken at Chinatown in San Francisco, published today on Seattle Portal

Riding the Roller coaster of Hardship

“With four state titles under his belt, there’s no doubting Frederick’s athletic ability and what it meant to the Roughriders. But there’s so much more to the senior than the spring-loaded legs that made him soar like no other athlete in state history”. 183 more words

SeattlePI.com a testament to journalism's endurance

The SeattlePI isn’t what it used to be. That’s apparent by their already small office that seemed to include several empty cubicles. At first glance, the operation isn’t impressive. 157 more words

Stroganov Has Teeth

That’s what book reviewer, Leslie Wright, over at Tic Toc Book Reviews, had to say about STROGANOV. She also said vicious, cunning, and ruthless.

Read more at the blog.


Blogging the blogs of Seattle

It’s time for my semi-annual review of the blogosphere in Seattle. I’ve been New To Seattle for less than a year. But since I last looked at the blog scene here in September… 854 more words

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#OccupySeattle camp is disassembled #D9

(Jill Wakefield, Seattle Central Community College Chancellor, speaks to the media and is nearly encircled by protesters and Occupy supporters as the Occupy Seattle camp is disassembled on Friday, December 9, 2011 at Seattle Central Community College. 293 more words