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ola Ridge was born in Dublin in 1873 and immigrated to the United States in 1907. A poet and activist, Ridge was an early advocate for women's rights, gay rights, and the rights of immigrants. Ridge published five volumes of poetry before her death in 1941.
Community Events, March 2014
Good reasons to renew fishing and hunting licenses soon | Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Spring Chinook salmon are moving into the lower Columbia River, several eastside lakes open for trout fishing March 1, and razor-clam digs are scheduled this month – including the first dig of the season on morning tides.
"The Dreamer" was originally published in Harper's Weekly in 1911, when Djuna Barnes was nineteen years old. This poem was Barnes's first published text.
The Plateau Area Writers Association, a gathering of accomplished and aspiring writers, is dedicated to forming writer's critique groups, encouraging our writers' creative efforts and providing community services while huddled in the shadow of Mount Rainier in the Plateau area of Southeast King & Northeast Pierce counties.
Imagination Theatre will present “Broadway Bound: a Musical Revue” March 1.