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Tue, 06/13/06

"Inside Man", the latest heist movie from Spike Lee, starts out as a bad day at the office for everyone involved.

A group of bored bank employees and customers suddenly find themselves looking down the wrong end of AK-47's wielded by a…MORE

Tue, 06/13/06

Stroll down Alki Avenue this spring and not only will you notice it's high time for roller blades, cruiser bikes and copious amounts of flip flops, but it's also time for a little salt, a squeeze of lime, and a side of Campechana (seafood…MORE

Tue, 06/13/06

When most families consider getting out to experience nature and wildlife, thoughts of big weekend plans, park permits and long drives out into the wilderness often come to mind.

But thanks to Camp Long's Nature at Night program, you don't…MORE

Tue, 06/13/06

Dan Huckins comes into 2-1/2 Happy Barbers as he has every month for a decade. Huckins is a quick-witted senior who prefers the barbershop experience to salons. He lives on Phinney Ridge, but makes the trek across to the Ballard barbershop anyway…MORE

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Tue, 06/13/06

With every beat of the drum, students at Loyal Heights Elementary made a lot of noise while learning about Taiko, the Japanese art of drumming last week.

One World Taiko, led by husband and wife team Gary Tsujimoto and Nancy Ozaki, are…MORE

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Fri, 06/09/06

When I heard Lettie Gavin Gudmestad had hit her final typewriter key, I knew we had to have some special recognition for the work she did for the Highline Times as editor of the Women's section. This was back in the days when weekly papers had…MORE

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Wed, 06/07/06

When I heard Lettie Gavin Gudmestad had hit her final typewriter key, I knew we had to have some special recognition for the work she did for the Highline Times as editor of the Women's section. This was back in the days when weekly papers had…MORE

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Tue, 06/06/06

Michael Wang makes a living as an facilities assistant at PATH (Program for Appropriate Technology in Health) but his true passion is photography.

When doctors at PATH discovered Wang's hidden talent, they helped him get an in-house ONP (…MORE

Tue, 06/06/06

People are not always how they initially appear in Larry Shue's comedy, "The Foreigner," at Taproot Theatre.

Yearning for some peace and quiet, Charlie, a visitor from Britain, checks into a fishing lodge in rural Georgia for a few days.…MORE

Tue, 06/06/06

The Pros and Cons of video games will be the topic of discussion when the Seattle Asperger Syndrome Education and Support Group meets on June 14 at the Greenwood Senior Center.

A panel with adults and teens with Asperger Syndrome who will…MORE

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