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Earlier this month our country celebrated Armistice Day, when Allies and Entente forces signed the armistice in a train car, ending the first World War, at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.
Community Events, November 2015
Why is the development of a vibrant arts and culture sector such an important element in the progress of the Eastside? It’s a fair question. After all, if you’re willing to sit in traffic, pay a toll, and spring for a $20 parking tab, there’s plenty to do in Seattle. But there are 600,000 people who live and work on the sunrise side of the lake and they can’t borrow their cultural life from Seattle forever.
Actually I work for R.E.I., Black Friday sale | Cartoon for Nov. 20
There’s never been a figure in Washington politics quite like Frank Chopp.
At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, the guns finally fell silent across France. Peace broke out that day, and soon ‘Johnny came marching home’ back to the US. For many years, Nov. 11 was recognized as Armistice Day, a day we gave recognition and thanks to our World War I veterans.