For anyone who is a longtime espresso hound like me, the death of Starbucks 3rd Place was a serious lifestyle tragedy. If you yearn for that old Starbucks’ 3rd place friendly feeling and atmosphere, the privately owned Forza located at 4828 Suite D, Bridgeport Way W in University Place is where you want to be. […]
Public Content Warning: This article contains rock solid facts, strong opinions, ample portions of exaggeration and Irish blarney only suitable for those who are 18 or older possessing an open mind, sense of humor, and burning desire to be exposed to a thought provoking alternative view of life without getting angry. The graphic image contained […]
I have written numerous articles regarding the City of Lakewood’s Rental Inspection Program (RIP). Every article stated, in some manner, that I was against initiating such a plan. Today I come to you with hat in hand for I have to admit that I was wrong. My folly was my failure to see the big […]
Everyone says, don’t brag about yourself. Well, I hate to brag, but if I don’t tell everyone I was Employee Of The Month, how will they know? The last time I was Anything Of The Month, was in high school in 1959 during my freshman year when I was Boy Of The Month. The main […]
When you stop and think about it, there is no reason for me to feature our Lakewood City Council’s RIP plan in every story I write. If you agree, I am willing to write about a different topic. I know an exciting subject; telephone dialing procedures. Are you pumped?
Let’s start 2017, with a good-news story. In mid-December I stopped by Greater Lakes Mental Health Care located at 9330 – 59th Av SW, Lakewood, WA 98499. T: 253-581-7020. I had received a good news story tip from Marguerite Richmond, Development Director for Greater Lakes. Greater Lakes is one of Lakewood’s greatest assets. Follow my […]
On December 30, 2016, Publisher Ben Sclair posted my Westside Story – Saint or Sinner? in The Suburban Times. The same day, I received a copy of Ms. Dana Holt’s article from the AAUW online Tacoma Branch monthly newsletter. AAUW is an acronym for an organization of women called American Association of University Women. The […]
A sign of the times. Look at this sign and you see the word Saint.
Lakewood City Council, If only 3 or 4 people read David Anderson’s letters as Mr. Wilson states in his comment at the bottom of Mr. Anderson’s article dated 12-29-16, titled, Letter: Three Questions To Ask A Prospective Landlord… then you should pay attention to what Mr. Anderson has to say. Why? Look at the stats.
When you look at my first photo, do you immediately think, Tax Shelter? In 1953 I lived next door to Mr. Sandy Sandstrom, LPA. LPA or Licensed Public Accountant was a professional designation which was ultimately replaced by our modern day CPA or Certified Public Accountant designation. Eventually LPAs became extinct.