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By Larry Coffman
You may have seen a U.S. Coast Guard boat and helicopter in close proximity off West Seattle on Sunday. The chopper was lowering and raising a basket to and from the deck of the boat in what is called a Five Hoist training exercise.
An online presentation by Bob Ortblad will be Saturday May 16.
As you head north just out of White Center on 16th SW you might remember the large sculpture of the steer on wheels that Tom Salle, owner of the Live Butcher has had on display at 9432 16th SW.
If you have ever been to New Orleans you know the city is famous for a few things including jazz, the resiliency of their people and cajun cuisine. But one export has been elusive. The Beignet.
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By Patrick Robinson
My mom was an artist of course. She taught herself to paint (she took some “correspondence courses” back in the day and had some large figure drawing books for reference. It was cool.