What is the difference between a brick layer and a cathedral builder? Everything.
“The issue of women being exploited, mistreated and devalued is a global concern,” and Chris Gilge of the Starfish Project will be one of our featured panelists at the Tillicum Woodbrook Neighborhood Association (TWNA) meeting on January 3, 2013.
Story & Photos – Joseph Boyle Friday on my way home from work I stopped at Starbucks on 11th and Pacific in downtown Tacoma to pick up a rolling Freeway beverage. There it was, zipcar. My nephew, Paul, had told me about zipcar. He lived in Boston for several years and never owned a car. He zipped […]
Story & Photos – Joseph Boyle I have hundreds of stories I could share with you regarding the concept “Negative & Positive Set-up”. Let me just share a few negative set-up stories with you. NEGATIVE SET-UP: How about the guy who put a briefcase on the top of his car? This happened years ago. He is […]
Why does The Patch promote the Lottery? Click on the “About Us” at The Patch and you’ll read this: “We want to be the most trusted . . . resource in your community . . . . We hope that our sites will strengthen communities and improve the lives of their residents.”
Bowling pin refinishing fees and charges for Haunted Houses in Lakewood are slated to rise along with property taxes, gas utility taxes, and costs to use public parks per the Special Meeting of the City Council set for Monday, Nov.26, 7 P.M. at City Hall.
Win or lose in the just completed election, what did we learn? Do you like driving up and down narrow two-lane country roads? Or turning off onto rutted, overhung, no-turnaround, single-wide dirt paths that don’t show up on a map? Just to see where they go?
Story & Photo Joseph Boyle I was working out on South Hill Puyallup this evening when I spotted this attractive eye catching restaurant called Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches, aka (JJ’s). I had never really seen a JJ’s before. The magnetic attraction of the joint pulled me right into the parking lot.
The water was rough. For us. That was just the beginning. It’s the largest fall rowing regatta in the West Coast, “a prestigious rowing event” that in its 36th-or-so year drew nearly 400 entries representing three countries and 10 states.
Story & Photo – Joseph Boyle The other day while I was at work I found myself inside the Vice Principal’s office. It was a fairly comfortable experience for me since I spent a lot of time in the Vice Principal’s office back in the 1960s during my high school years. While looking around, I spotted this […]
By David Anderson, Tillicum Woodbrook Neighborhood Association president The high-speed deadline approaches for your letter protesting high speed rail through Lakewood. To the degree that Lakewood residents don’t like the Washington Department of Transportation-Federal Railroad Administration (WSDOT-FRA) plan to run fast trains through residential neighborhoods, emailing comments by November 9 directly to the top boss […]
Story & Photos – Joseph Boyle My title to this article is somewhat unique. Please allow me to explain myself. Few people know that Starbucks has a produce section. It is an itty-bitty produce section. They only sell bananas. So, you can buy a banana and just eat it like an ordinary monkey or Starbucks will blend […]