20 hrs ago
"Thirty-Nine Questions for White People" artist Naima...
Lowe talked to Salon about race, privilege and how she arrived at questions like "How do you know you're white?" Naima Lowe's "Thirty-Nine Questions for White People," a book born from observations about her class of predominantly white students, has been generating buzz for the potentially uncomfortable questions it forces its viewers to consider.
21 hrs ago
‘The Punk Singer’: a riotous look at Kathleen Hanna
'The Punk Singer,' a documentary directed by Sini Anderson. 80 minutes. Not rated; for mature audiences.
Tuition program helps students GET through college
Unusual among college students, siblings Hannah Etengoff, 25, and Gabe Etengoff, 20, will complete their undergraduate degrees without accumulating any student loan debt.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Plans for town center in Covington begin to take shape
It may be years before the town center vision in Covington becomes reality but officials hope the work put in now will pay off when development begins.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Piedmonter's First Novel Explores 3 Generations of Immigrant Family
Piedmont resident David La Piana's debut novel, First Generation - released last week in paperback and available from amazon.com - had its genesis in his father's death nine years ago at age 89. "I decided I needed to understand my father better - he had never been very communicative - and I clearly was not going to get anything more from him now ... (more)
Thu Nov 28, 2013
National Public Radio
Silent For Years, A Riot Grrrl Steps Back To The Mic
Musician and riot grrrl Kathleen Hanna - formerly of Bikini Kill and Le Tigre, now with The Julie Ruin - is the fascinating central figure in the biographical documentary The Punk Singer.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Nanny-Nanny-Boo-Boo, Fuckers: A Conversation With Kathleen Hanna
On Friday, IFC will release to select theaters and via On-Demand, Sini Anderson's 80-minute documentary on the life and career of Kathleen Hanna, The Punk Singer .
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Are Green Campuses a Thing of the Past?
Since its inception, the concept of using green energy to turn a profit has slowly infiltrated our world.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Evergreen offerings make school a top spot for vets
More than once in recent years, The Evergreen State College has made news for student and faculty participation in anti-war protests.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Unsoeld and others were the real Everest heroes
At that time, only two other teams, both from Switzerland, had made it to the top of the world.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Husband's death leads to new life's work
Joan Hitchens opened her new Olympia business, Navigating Grief, on the afternoon of Nov. 2, which also happened to be the Day of the Dead, a time in Mexican tradition to celebrate and remember loved ones no longer among the living.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
Film looks at famed ascent up Everest's West Ridge
A film and discussion about Willi Unsoeld and Tom Hornbein's first ascent of the West Ridge of Mount Everest will be the feature of this year's Unsoeld Seminar Nov. 20. "High and Hallowed: Everest 1963" tells the story of Unsoeld and Hornbein's pioneering ascent, and looks at the risk and adventure that drew them to the summit.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Madison Park Times
Trevor Griffey to speak on Seattle's Civil Rights in the 1960s
Trevor Griffey will speak on Seattle's Civil Rights in the 1960s at the Seattle Public Library.
Quotas for Transsexuals: What ENDA Portends
This locker-room at Evergreen State College is used not just by co-eds but also by little girls who use the college for programs.
2013 American Music Awards
The 41st American Music Award will be broadcasted live from NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE on Sunday , November 24, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. on ABC.