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Stories for March 28, 2011
The closing weekend presented two quite different and quite early Handel works for the musical theater, providing rich insights into the Handel of 1718 and many lovely musical moments.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The book is out on the beloved minor league franchise. It's a good baseball fix while we wait for the Mariners and Tacoma Rainiers's seasons to start.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The Cascadia Center for Sustainable Design and Construction will cement Seattle's position among the leaders of the green building movement. When completed it will help make the case for net-zero energy development in the cloudy Pacific Northwest.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
There are challenges to creating the 'next' Silicon Valley, but also to keeping the current one vital. In the Bay Area, one ray of hope is offered by a former Naval Air Station (think Magnuson Park on steroids), and a proposed Expo could bring all the pieces together.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
With crises ongoing in Libya, Japan, and the halls of government here at home, it's hard for the rational mind to embrace the perennial season of hope.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
Educators, politicians, philanthropists and parents should start with the basic values of family reading time and old-fashioned hard work.READ MORE COMMENT NOW