This is part of the cooking crew from the Anacortes Elks Club, which Wednesday afternoon hosted a barbecue at Washington Park for several dozen people bused in from the Veterans Hospital in Seattle. A veterans representative extended his thanks after the lunceheon for a relationship of support that dates back more than 15 years.
Father’s Day activities included a reunion with an old friend and his family, visiting Seattle before embarking on a trip to Alaska. During the visit we stumbled onto the Bell Street Pier Classic Rendezvous. The Pacific Northwest Fleet of the Classic Yacht Association, in conjunction with the Port of Seattle,sponsors the Rendezvous as part of […]
A nightmare scenario I first heard discussed in college came true today when the 146-year-old Seattle P-I printed its last edition. Somewhere in my files I have a paper I wrote for a college journalism class: an opinion piece that concluded people will always want a printed newspaper they can hold in their hands, as […]
Saturday was an “out with the old, in with the new day” in my home office. Buried under dozens of photo CDs was a collection of images from a November 2001 visit to Experience Music Project (EMP) in Seattle with son Mark. This image was taken of an advertisement-clad monorail moving through EMP, reflection cast […]
Someday I envision white lettering on a red background, but for the now the name “Leschi” blends in with the rest of the surface on the fireboat being constructed at Dakota Creek Shipyard. The $12.1 million boat, under contract for the Seattle Fire Department, is named in honor of a Nisqually tribal chief. The new […]