Story & Photo – Joseph Boyle Finding this mushroom specimen in my yard made me want to break into the mushroom business. This jumbo volunteer mushroom magically appeared and the idea just hit me. Maybe I can get one of those government sponsored small business loans from the SBA.
By David Anderson Pity the poor penniless gambler: thrown to the curb by the too-tight-t-shirt bouncer; doused by equal parts rain and beer; puddle-sprayed from the luxury rides of exotic Lamborghini’s, Ferrari’s and Maserati’s; drowning in remorseful tears that drip the vestiges of humanity to the grated gutter clogged with advertisements of half-naked women. OK, […]
Story, Photo & Film – Joseph Boyle My friend, Andy Gernon, and I were talking the other day. She mentioned she is giving tennis lessons to another old friend of ours, Bill Ludwig. On the face of it, there is no story to write. My reason for writing this story quickly becomes evident when I […]
By David Anderson To everyone: elected incumbent or newly elected for anything anywhere. A website pictures “The World’s Top 10 Best Images of Disobedient Animals.” Sheep didn’t make the list.
Story – Joseph Boyle / Photos – Joseph & Kjeri Boyle During the beginning of October 2013, I stepped out of my comfort zone to drive 100 miles round-trip to North Seattle Community College to attend an off-the-wall class entitled Ron Reid’s Stand-up Comedy Class 101. If you want to learn more about upcoming comedy classes, […]
By David Anderson No, it hasn’t happened yet but it could. And why not? On November 6, 2012, Washington was joined by Colorado in becoming the first state to legalize the sale and possession of cannabis for recreational use since the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937, marking “an electoral first not only for America but for the world.”
Story & Photo – Joseph Boyle Friday evening, I was working my Starbucks beat as a mild mannered reporter for The Suburban Times. As I sat at my regular table, table 1, watching the world go by, a young woman with two small children and Grandma entered the Towne Center Starbucks. When the woman entered, […]
By David Anderson Cannabis queens all, Rihanna, Gaga and Lana Del Rey are on stage – and setting the stage – for what’s happening at the polls. At least that’s the assessment of Allen St. Pierre, executive director of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, who points to the parallel between – and […]
Story & Photos – Joseph Boyle Check out the photo I captured at the Starbucks located at SR 512 and South Tacoma Way. Everyone knows the parking, while recently improved, is very limited. That being the case, does anyone have any idea why this driver would do such a sloppy job of parking? Why should […]
Story & Photo – Joseph Boyle Warning! Grandfathers, everywhere. Be careful what you teach your grandchildren when it comes to eye tricks. Since it is too late for me, how about a Caption-for-Photo Contest? Go ahead, what captions come to your creative mind?
By David Anderson Putting marijuana in the mainstream will not keep it out of youth’s bloodstream. The board of the Tillicum Woodbrook Neighborhood Association (TWNA) opposes the siting of marijuana retail, growing, or distribution centers within the Tillicum Woodbrook neighborhood and the TWNA board further appreciates and expects that its elected representatives will give due […]
By David Anderson The Prince Charming far, far too many sex trafficked victims will never meet. When Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis conceived the TV series entitled “Once Upon A Time,” it was rejected by the networks as “too fantastic.”