Making Room for the Future - Meadow’s All-American Potato Salad Recipe
Written by Meadow Linn   
Thursday, 21 July 2011 14:24
Making Room for the Future - Meadow’s All-American Potato SaladI can’t believe I’m actually doing this, but I’m going to confess something that hardly anyone knows about me. My mom, my dad, and a few others have discreetly kept the secret that I’ve successfully hidden from friends, family, and boyfriends for years, but now I’m going to blow the covers off the whole thing. Hidden on my bed, under a pile of down pillows, designer pillow shams, and decorative throws, a well-loved and well-worn Gund sunbear hibernates each day until I crawl into bed at night and hug him tight. I am 33 years old, have a Masters degree from an Ivy League school, and own my own business, but…I sleep with a teddy bear.
NW SolarFest sheds Hope on Environmental Crisis
Written by Jocelyn Chui   
Thursday, 21 July 2011 14:15

NW SolarFestWith the amount of rainy days we get in Seattle, solar power simply sounds like a bizarre idea— yet, the vendors at the 8th Annual NW SolarFest proved the myth wrong.

Organized by Shoreline Solar Project, the forever changing weather of the day did not stop people from attending this year’s SolarFest held on July 16th at Shoreline Community College.

One of the highlights was the electric cars display by Plug-in America and Seattle Electric Vehicle Association. In response to the recent hot topic, the Nissan LEAF, many visitors gathered around the electric cars owners to learn about the experience.

Tips to Save Gas Money
Written by Jocelyn Chui   
Thursday, 21 July 2011 14:13

Save GasSince the gas price is forever climbing nowadays, ways to save gas has become a hot topic among drivers of all ages.

Here are some creative tips:

1)Check to see if your tires are properly inflated. If the pressure is too low, rolling resistance increases, and you use up your gas sooner.

Meet a zoo keeper at National Zoo Keeper Week
Monday, 18 July 2011 13:25

Woodland Park ZooWhat’s it like to be a zoo keeper? How do you become a zoo keeper? How do you get involved in wildlife conservation? Find out the answers to these questions and more when zoo keepers meet ‘n’ greet guests at Woodland Park Zoo during National Zoo Keeper Week. The national celebration, held July 17-24, is in recognition of zookeepers, aquarists and animal care professionals in our national zoos and aquariums.

Woodland Park zoo keepers will make “cameo” appearances to chat about the zoo keeping profession and their passion for animal care, animal welfare and commitment to wildlife conservation. Check out a sampling of culinary items prepared for zoo animals; touch boxes to guess what kind of food and which animal eats it; and see tools of the trade used every day by zoo keepers. Additionally, Keeper Chats at different animal exhibits will be held throughout the week.

What am I to do if I cannot afford to hire my own attorney?(4)
Written by Lee & Lee, PS   
Thursday, 14 July 2011 16:24

Lee & Lee PS Law Talk

Q: What are the different ways of serving the Small Claims Notice on the other party? A: As I mentioned in the previous article, you can ask the King County Sheriff’s Office to serve the Notice.  They can be reached at 206-296-3800.  You can also call one of the many professional process server agencies/companies in Washington.  There will of course be fees associated with either scenario.  But remember, if you win, you can recover these costs.  Additionally, any person of legal age (18) who is NOT connected with the case as a witness or as a party may serve the Notice on the defendant.  Finally, you can also mail the Notice by registered or certified mail with a return receipt requested.  With mail service, however, you must file the postal receipt bearing the DEFENDANT’s signature with the court.  So, if the defendant’s friend or relative signed the receipt, this will not be proper service.

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