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  • AGING WITH CARE | Know your family’s history
    We live busy lives, and, for some reason or other, we think the special people in our lives will always be there. Thus, we don’t take time to have meaningful conversations that will reward us with more permanent memories of our loved ones.
  • An economic stimulus?
    Even though Charles Hadrann, owner of Wright Bros. Cycle Works, doesn’t have any employees, he says he won’t hire anyone at the proposed $15 minimum wage.
  • BEHIND THE CURTAIN | New Langston Hughes Institute season
    Newly renovated, with a focus on performing arts, the revitalized Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI, 104 17th Ave. S.) recently announced its upcoming season.
  • WORLD SCHOOL STORIES | Art for scholarships
    Anh Bach, 18, wants to continue his education after he graduates from the Seattle World School in 2015. He’s thinking about where the money will come from to pay tuition since his family arrived from Vietnam only two years ago and has little extra saved for his future.
    
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  • Seattle City Council members will host Community Budget Workshops during May. Councilmembers will gather information about the public’s spending priorities for the 2015-2016 city budget. 
  • Kohl-Welles to speak on at SIFF’s UNICEF eventSen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles will participate in a panel discussion on human trafficking at an event sponsored by the United Nations Children’s Fund on Tuesday, April 29, at 7 p.m. 
  • For a city that has so many tech workers at local Amazon, Google, Adobe and startup offices, one would think that there would be a bigger outcry among the citizenry for better and cheaper Internet connectivity. 
  • Closing out April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, sex-health educator Amy Lang is partnering with Shepherd’s Counseling Services on Capitol Hill to teach kids how to be safe from sexual abuse. 
  • We live busy lives, and, for some reason or other, we think the special people in our lives will always be there. Thus, we don’t take time to have meaningful conversations that will reward us with more permanent memories of our loved ones. 


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