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  • AGING WITH CARE | Set up a supportive network
    Due to aging baby boomers, seniors are the largest growing sector of our population. Every day, 10,000 baby boomers turn 65. This is the generation that was known to have said, “Don’t trust anyone over 30!”
  • NORTHWEST READS | Woodring’s book showcases artist’s personal work
    Heralded as a “medium-changing genius” and “one of the great cartoonists of his generation,” Jim Woodring has been quietly but steadily plying his trade under our noses for more than 25 years.
  • FOOD MATTERS | In praise of tourist attractions
    It’s difficult to persevere in the restaurant game in a town that’s still a-building, but Jim and Elaine Ward’s 13 Coins lives on at 125 Boren Ave. N., as does its offshoot at SeaTac and its fledgling outpost in Bellevue.
  • AMONG THE ANIMALS | Peace for geese
    Our relationship with Canada geese in the Puget Sound region has a convoluted history. The resident population of geese was originally transplanted here as goslings by the government in the late 1960s as hunting stock.
    
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  • The level of toxins in the algae at Green Lake has increased and has prompted parks and Public Health officials to close the lake to swimming and water contact for people and dogs. 
  • Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has put forth a plan for consideration in the city’s new budget: the creation of a new Department of Education and Early Learning. 
  • The University Family YMCA (5003 12th Ave. N.E.) will offer free classes for children and adults during its Fun and Fitness Families Week, which runs Monday, Sept. 15, through Friday, Sept. 19. 
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