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Art Etc. – 8/4/2010

Art Etc. – 8/4/2010

Alan Chong Lau August 4, 2010 Comments Off

A comprehensive list of Arts Events happening around Seattle. Updated August 4th

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One ‘Chinos’ Experience in Mexico

One ‘Chinos’ Experience in Mexico

Huy X. Le August 4, 2010 Comments Off

I am sitting at an internet cafe in San Cristobal, Chiapas, scratching my toes from numerous ant bites and typing these words while trying to navigate the Mexican keyboard. Please excuse in advance the

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Parking problems? Not really – just pay up!

Parking problems? Not really – just pay up!

Michael Yee August 4, 2010 1

Parking. There is no other topic in the International District that is wrought with so many myths and misconceptions. Parking is not a problem. But it seems that everything else associated with parking in

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SF Tries a New Tactic in Protecting Nail Salon Workers: Going Green

SF Tries a New Tactic in Protecting Nail Salon Workers: Going Green

Associated Press August 4, 2010 Comments Off

San Francisco could become the first city in the country to adopt green standards for its nail salons. It’s a move advocates hope will kick-start a movement toward greener and healthier products that has

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Two Shot in Lake Sammamish Park Include Laos Family Man, Family Offended by Speculation

Two Shot in Lake Sammamish Park Include Laos Family Man, Family Offended by Speculation

The International Examiner August 4, 2010 Comments Off

Two men are dead and four injured from a barrage of gunshots fired around 9 p.m. at a party on July 17 at Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah, reported the Seattle Times. Yang

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Api Candidates Up for Election

Api Candidates Up for Election

The International Examiner August 4, 2010 Comments Off

Bob Hasegawa Running for re-election: State Representative, 11th District, Position 2 Bob Hasegawa prioritizes family wage jobs, access to capital and protecting small businesses, basic and higher education, civil rights and social justice and

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Patty Murray vs Dino Rossi

Patty Murray vs Dino Rossi

The International Examiner August 4, 2010 8

Immigration / Refugees Patty Murray – Murray supports comprehensive immigration reform and believes that it is the right thing to do for families, businesses and future generations. Immigration reform must “include a path for

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Is Organic Food Worth  the Price?

Is Organic Food Worth the Price?

Tanantha Couilliard August 4, 2010 15

The number of organic consumers has increased. Whether it’s from better education or higher health-consciousness, it’s a good sign. Going organic is a new food trend that consumers should consider carrying on. According to

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Major Plans for Hing Hay Park

Major Plans for Hing Hay Park

Paul Kim August 4, 2010 Comments Off

On December 31, 2007, Seattle Parks bought property adjacent to Hing Hay Park to expand the current .33 acre park to .64 acres. The acquisition was made as a result of the Parks and

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The Fruits of their Labor

The Fruits of their Labor

Amy Huang August 4, 2010 1

Your vegetable and fruit consumption possibilities can be endless. Inside the produce aisles can lay rows of deep forest-green cucumbers or perfectly assembled round red skin tomatoes. In another market, carefully aligned Gai Lan

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