Life

Spring brings list of chores for Northwest gardeners

Marianne Binetti will be making the following appearances:

  • Apr 14, 2009

Simply a great way to meet neighbors and stay connected in the community

Guess who’s coming to dinner? You are!

  • Apr 14, 2009

Young readers get ideas for going green

“True Green Kids” by Kim McKay and Jenny Bonnin, c. 2008, National Geographic, $15.95, 143 pages.

  • Apr 14, 2009

Auburn Symphony about to conclude its season

The Auburn Symphony Orchestra concludes its 2008-09 season at 7:30 p.m. April 25 and 2:30 p.m. April 26 with Spring Rhapsody at the Auburn Performing Arts Center, 700 E. Main St. The orchestra will be joined by piano soloist Mark Salman who has been hailed by Seattle’s “The Stranger” as a “heroic virtuoso.”

  • Apr 14, 2009

Portage voyage creates plenty of pesky problems

“This is too dangerous!” I shouted.

Approximately 28 million Americans suffer from migraines each year

Migraine headaches a huge pain

Migraine headaches can be extremely painful and debilitating – just ask anyone who has ever experienced one. Characterized by intense throbbing head pain, symptoms typically include pain on one side of the head accompanied by nausea and sensitivity activity, bright light or loud noises. Most migraines last from four to 12 hours, although they can be as short as a few hours or last a few days. Twenty-five percent of migraine sufferers experience aura, which cause visual disturbances such as wavy lines, dots or flashing lights and blind spots.

Approximately 28 million Americans suffer from migraines each year

Bloomers come to life, but guard against slimy invaders

Marianne Binetti will be making the following appearances:

  • Apr 7, 2009

Madoff tale shows high finance risks

“Catastrophe: The Story of Bernard L. Madoff, The Man Who Swindled the World” by Deborah and Gerald Strober, c. 2009, Phoenix Books, $14.95, 256 pages, includes document reproductions.

  • Apr 7, 2009
Spring Concert
Spring Concert

Glass is on display at City Hall

Artist Jeff Savage will present his blown glass artwork at Enumclaw’s City Hall Gallery through May 5.

  • Apr 7, 2009

Music students score well

Fifty-eight piano students in Enumclaw took a written music theory test March 19, 20 and 21 in conjunction with the annual adjudications of the Enumclaw Music Teachers Association.

  • Apr 7, 2009
Photographer’s image highlights PBS documentary

Photographer’s image highlights PBS documentary

When Bob Charlo snapped the photograph titled “Nespelem” of a lone teepee with the American flag waving against a dramatic cloud formation in the summer of 1992 on the Colville Reservation in central Washington, he knew it was a special moment.

Photographer’s image highlights PBS documentary
Enumclaw artist’s display opens at Gallery 2009

Enumclaw artist’s display opens at Gallery 2009

Enumclaw painter Sharman Owings opens the city of Enumclaw’s Gallery 2009 today, Wednesday, with work titled “The Color: Mystery and Reward.”

Enumclaw artist’s display opens at Gallery 2009

Book tells of Madoff scams, victims

“Catastrophe: The Story of Bernard L. Madoff, The Man Who Swindled the World” by Deborah and Gerald Strober, c. 2009, Phoenix Books, $14.95, 256 pages, includes document reproductions.

A young child with autism receives therapy at the Good Samaritan Children’s Therapy Unit.

Autism diagnoses continues to grow

The prevalence of autism, a neurobehavioral disorder of children characterized by delayed and atypical communication skills, atypical socialization skills and repetitive behavior patterns, has increased markedly in the past 20 years, to the point that it is estimated that as much as 1 in 150 children have a form of autism.

A young child with autism receives therapy at the Good Samaritan Children’s Therapy Unit.
A young child with autism receives therapy at the Good Samaritan Children’s Therapy Unit.

Autism diagnoses continues to grow

The prevalence of autism, a neurobehavioral disorder of children characterized by delayed and atypical communication skills, atypical socialization skills and repetitive behavior patterns, has increased markedly in the past 20 years, to the point that it is estimated that as much as 1 in 150 children have a form of autism.

A young child with autism receives therapy at the Good Samaritan Children’s Therapy Unit.

Gardeners be careful: spring hasn’t sprung just yet

Want to learn more about lawn care, pruning and the art of gardening? Marianne Binetti will be teaching a six-part class at Green River Community College starting Tuesday. For details, visit, www.greenriver.edu/ce or phone 253-288-3400.

  • Mar 30, 2009

New book double-dares girls to have fun

“The Double-Daring Book for Girls” by Andrea J. Buchanan and Miriam Peskowitz, c.2009, Collins, $26.99, 277 pages.

  • Mar 30, 2009

A Moment of Love

How easy it was he remembered to fall in love, so many years ago. How fast time has gone by, he thought to himself. It seems like it was only yesterday.