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I am hoping to drum up some community support for a project we have going with the immigrants stuck at the border. We will be… Continue reading
The new Park District Van will transport six clients who attend the Vashon Elders’ Arts, Activities and Respite Program at theVashon Lutheran Church to Music… Continue reading
In the May 24 Seattle Times, Puget Sound Energy (PSE) CEO Kimberly Harris wrote a commentary, “Balanced approach to energy production,” to which I would… Continue reading
I agree that the water fountain is an eyesore. but rather than have it removed, why not ask for it to be cleaned and maintained?… Continue reading
The fertility rate is 1.8 births per woman in the United States. This isn’t sustainable for our work force, which requires at least 2.1 births… Continue reading
The woman who died at the lighthouse on July 14 last year was my wife, Barbara Lippmann. Her fall was witnessed by an unknown woman… Continue reading
The support artists receive from our island community helps individuals and art thrive on Vashon.
Musings on immigration, abortion rights.
Ahead of July 4, buy only quiet or soundless fireworks.
700-plus people have come down with measles in this outbreak.
We need to rethink the idea of emphasizing the rights of individuals over the whole.
March Twisdale writes that vaccinating children against measles is “guaranteed to harm” while not vaccinating represents a “super small possibility” of harm (“Legislation threatens informed… Continue reading
At 5 p.m. Sunday, May 5, we will gather in downtown Vashon for a prayer vigil and information sharing for the National Day of Awareness… Continue reading