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Veterans of Foreign Wars: Changing lives

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Veterans of Foreign Wars: Changing lives

You remember First Blood, the original 1982 Rambo movie. John Rambo drifts around the States without a single friend, and when the harassment finally triggers his PTSD, he goes on a rampage. Finally he gets a single scrap of cold comfort from his former commanding officer - who offers to

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Now playing in theaters

3:10 TO YUMA: Christian Bale plays an Easterner who lost a leg in the Civil War and has now come to the Arizona territory to try ranching.  Russell Crowe plays the vicious leader of a gang feared in the territory.  Almost by unlucky fate, the rancher joins a posse to

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Now playing in theaters

3:10 TO YUMA: Christian Bale plays an Easterner who lost a leg in the Civil War and has now come to the Arizona territory to try ranching.  Russell Crowe plays the vicious leader of a gang feared in the territory.  Almost by unlucky fate, the rancher joins a posse to

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No End In Sight

A documentary featuring devastating testimony from men and women who had top government or military jobs, had responsibility in Iraq or Washington, implemented policy, filed reports, labored faithfully in the service of U.S. foreign policy, and then left the government. Some jumped, some were pushed. They all feel disillusioned about

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No End In Sight

A documentary featuring devastating testimony from men and women who had top government or military jobs, had responsibility in Iraq or Washington, implemented policy, filed reports, labored faithfully in the service of U.S. foreign policy, and then left the government. Some jumped, some were pushed. They all feel disillusioned about

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All rise for "Michael Clayton"

George Clooney brings a slick, ruthless force to the title role of “Michael Clayton,” playing a fixer for a powerful law firm. He works in the shadows, cleaning up messes, and he is a realist. He tells clients what they don’t want to hear. He shoots down their fantasies of

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All rise for "Michael Clayton"

George Clooney brings a slick, ruthless force to the title role of “Michael Clayton,” playing a fixer for a powerful law firm. He works in the shadows, cleaning up messes, and he is a realist. He tells clients what they don’t want to hear. He shoots down their fantasies of

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Local music on the airwaves

There is a steady throb emanating from deep within the belly of the student union building at University of Puget Sound. The sound comes from a dark cave-like corner of the basement that is hidden behind a door that is cloaked in band stickers and show posters. The sign on

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Local music on the airwaves

There is a steady throb emanating from deep within the belly of the student union building at University of Puget Sound. The sound comes from a dark cave-like corner of the basement that is hidden behind a door that is cloaked in band stickers and show posters. The sign on

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Dresses to dressers

Sanford and Sons Middle Floor Merchants have a tight grip on what the fashion-conscious want — dresses to dressers; handmade soaps to hand massages, scarves of silk to silk satchels. Park on Broadway, waltz in to Sanford and Sons (try not to be distracted by all the great antiques, you

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Dresses to dressers

Sanford and Sons Middle Floor Merchants have a tight grip on what the fashion-conscious want — dresses to dressers; handmade soaps to hand massages, scarves of silk to silk satchels. Park on Broadway, waltz in to Sanford and Sons (try not to be distracted by all the great antiques, you

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You wanna rock?

The Boss Martians — who will play Hell’s Kitchen Saturday, Oct. 13 along with Dragstrip Riot and The Dirty Birds — may quite possibly be one of the most underappreciated bands currently calling the Northwest home. Not that the Boss Martians aren’t loved by many — because they are. And

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You wanna rock?

The Boss Martians — who will play Hell’s Kitchen Saturday, Oct. 13 along with Dragstrip Riot and The Dirty Birds — may quite possibly be one of the most underappreciated bands currently calling the Northwest home. Not that the Boss Martians aren’t loved by many — because they are. And

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Najamonique

From head to toe, social celebrity (or so-lebrity, as we like to say) Najamonique is one hot, confident lady. Whether she’s cutting hair at Supernova Hair & Tattoo, doing band promotion, singing on stage or collaborating with area fashion designers, Naja is the epitome of bold and sassy. Her hair is

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Najamonique

From head to toe, social celebrity (or so-lebrity, as we like to say) Najamonique is one hot, confident lady. Whether she’s cutting hair at Supernova Hair & Tattoo, doing band promotion, singing on stage or collaborating with area fashion designers, Naja is the epitome of bold and sassy. Her hair is

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Composing Utopia with words

Last weekend Articipatory Music happened at the Olympia Community Free School during “A giant party for a better world,” the Love, Imagine, Network, Kindness (LINK) Symposium, an extension of “A World Beyond Capitalism,” The Third Annual International Multiracial Alliance Building Peace Conference. An activist folk music collective called Riotfolk performed

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Composing Utopia with words

Last weekend Articipatory Music happened at the Olympia Community Free School during “A giant party for a better world,” the Love, Imagine, Network, Kindness (LINK) Symposium, an extension of “A World Beyond Capitalism,” The Third Annual International Multiracial Alliance Building Peace Conference. An activist folk music collective called Riotfolk performed

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Kyle Eastwood, Fierce Perm and Jason Webley

Thursday, Oct. 11 FOLK ROCK chris bramble band Political awareness and social consciousness were the driving forces behind the majority of the ’60s and early ’70s music scenes. Singers and songwriters were outspoken critics of the unjust war in Vietnam, supporters of women’s rights and environmental issues. What happen? Why don’t artists

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Kyle Eastwood, Fierce Perm and Jason Webley

Thursday, Oct. 11 FOLK ROCK chris bramble band Political awareness and social consciousness were the driving forces behind the majority of the ’60s and early ’70s music scenes. Singers and songwriters were outspoken critics of the unjust war in Vietnam, supporters of women’s rights and environmental issues. What happen? Why don’t artists

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