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In Conversation With Artists JW Harrington and Dorothy Anderson Wasserman

On the second floor of the Catholic Community Services building, there’s a hallway that has been transformed into an art gallery. The Tahoma Center Gallery on South Yakima Avenue is showing “Black and White, abstracted,” a collection of 23 paintings by Tacoma artist JW Harrington.
Harrington is a member of the Seattle artists’ cooperative, Gallery 110, and he and fellow cooperative artist Dorothy Anderson Wasserman walked Northwest Public Broadcasting through the space. Continue Reading In Conversation With Artists JW Harrington and Dorothy Anderson Wasserman

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StoryCorps Northwest: Faith, Equality, And Generational Learning — Susan Mather and Nic Mather

Children learn a lot from their parents, but how much do parents learn from their kids? In this episode of StoryCorps Northwest; Susan Mather, of Moses Lake, discusses faith, equality, and generational changes with her son Reverend Nic Mather of Longview. Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest: Faith, Equality, And Generational Learning — Susan Mather and Nic Mather

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Tim and Bev Acker, CEO and CFO respectively of Biosonics, stand beside the Seattle company’s new ocean-bottom sonar device, which is designed to facilitate marine energy permitting by identifying and tracking nearby sea life.

Massive New Climate Law Could Give Pacific Northwest Green Businesses A Boost

Companies large and small around the Pacific Northwest say they are excited by growth opportunities that may flow from the climate, healthcare and tax package signed by President Biden on Tuesday. Turbocharged federal spending could benefit the region’s green energy sector in particular, although congressional Republicans remain dubious that Americans on the whole will come out ahead. Continue Reading Massive New Climate Law Could Give Pacific Northwest Green Businesses A Boost

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