Kent Education Association Event

by Jim Flynn on Sep 22, 2016 Education 21 Views

The McCleary Decision, our State’s budget, and how to ensure that we have a revenue system that supports the services that our community needs to be healthy are the first items on the agenda.



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Pixie and the Fool

by Jim Flynn on Sep 9, 2016 Business 72 Views

Pixie and the Fool

Pamela Colman-Smith, called Pixie by her friends, needed money to fund a publishing enterprise featuring an Avant-Garde magazine called “The Green Sheaf.”  Pixie, like Peter-Pan of her Theatrical Set and Costume Design illustrations, started to feel like her friends had stopped believing in her.



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Best Halloween Look for Stylish Moms on Chilly Trick-Or-Treat Night

by Article on Aug 25, 2016 Fashion 396 Views

The scary season is here.  What is the best Halloween look for stylish moms on chilly Trick-Or-Treat night?  Celebrating Halloween with your little champs and princesses is a bit tricky.



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Metaphysics and Halloween: Beheading Into the Astral Plane

by Article on Aug 23, 2016 Seasonal 386 Views

Metaphysics, a term coined eons ago by Aristotle, explains otherworldly appearances from the non material world of  the astral plane. People from communities connected to the Benson Corridor open themselves to astral manifestations on the last day of October.



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History Essay: Indus Valley Civilization

by Article on Jul 19, 2016 Culture 47 Views

The Indus Valley civilization was a Bronze Age civilization (3300-1300 BCE) centered on the western part of Indian sub-continent. It reached its mature period known as Harappan Civilization in 2600 that lasted till 1900 BCE.



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The Panther Lake Dilemma

by Jim Flynn on Mar 4, 2016 Panther Lake 556 Views

Low income working families live along the Benson Corridor where urbanization is happening at an accelerated pace only short distance from Panther Lake. Wildlife abounds in and around the lake.



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El Faro Vortex

by Jim Flynn on Feb 26, 2016 Transportation 162 Views

El Faro Vortex

By the time the captain received a message with clear, concise weather information his options were limited.  The El Faro had already passed the Hole in the Wall.  An opening between the coastal islands marked by the Woods Hole lighthouse.  A route often taken by mariners to escape extreme weather.  It adds a couple days to the trip..



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El Faro: Hurricane Joaquin or Bermuda Triangle

by Jim Flynn on Nov 20, 2015 Transportation 259 Views

 El Faro: Hurricane Joaquin or Bermuda Triangle

October 1st  ended with a omnious message from the Captain of the El Faro.  According to the US Coast Guard, the ship was pummeled by hurricane Joaquin and sank only a day after leaving Jacksonville for Puerto Rico.  Thirty-three souls were aboard.  One body was recovered from the area of the disaster. The others are missing and presumed dead.



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Pacific Northwest Fall Fashion - El Niño

by Guest on Sep 21, 2015 Fashion 298 Views

Pacific Northwest Fall Fashion - El Niño

The Pacific Northwest experiences the most diverse and intriguing climate in the United States,  El Niño brings dreary rain, October wind storms, the strongest non-tropical storms, and shifted  from almost desert-like this summer to rain forest in just a couple of months. 



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Hillary Clinton: Challenges Facing American Economy

by Jim Flynn on Aug 30, 2015 Politics 224 Views

Hillary Clinton:  Challenges Facing  American Economy

Long term challenges facing the American economy.   Hillary Clinton explains her economic package.



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