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.

Summer Fiesta at Dragon Fest
Written by Jocelyn Chui   
Thursday, 14 July 2011 15:49

International District Dragon Fest 2011On a sunny weekend with a temperature of 73 degree, Chinatown was heated up with spirited lions, music, and food. The Dragon Fest presented by McDonald’s happened in the International District on July 9th and 10th was a huge success. It drew Seattleites’ attention to one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the city. The executive director of Chinatown/International District Businesses Improvement Area Don Blakeney said “the attendance was way up this year” comparing with that of previous years. “The restaurant got a lot of traffic,” Blakeney said.

Focal on Seattle: Local Happenings - July 14, 2011
Thursday, 14 July 2011 15:39

Greenstage in SeattleShakespeare in the Park - Location: Seattle | Lynnwood | Redmond | Fall City | Burien  Date: till August 13, 2011 Cost: FREE  Every summer, thousands of people trek to the park with a blanket and a picnic to enjoy some Shakespeare. This year, they are going to bring us Antony and Cleopatra and The Tempest. ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA - Shakespeare’s beautiful telling of one of history’s greatest and most ill-fated romances. It is two years after the death of Julius Caesar and a new Caesar, Octavius, is coming into his own. Aging Mark Antony, one of the three rulers of Rome, lives a lavish life of passion and indulgence with Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt. As Octavius and Rome pressure him to return to his duties, Antony and Cleopatra struggle to keep their own power while sharing a passion that tests their allegiances and begs the question, “What is life without love?”

30th Bite of Seattle brings extra food to the table
Written by Jocelyn Chui   
Thursday, 14 July 2011 15:34

Bite of Seattle Photo credit: Bite of Seattle 2010 - Seattle Center - Festivals INC.If you have a palate for a wide range of food, you don’t want to miss out on this weekend’s Bite of Seattle in Seattle Center.

First started on 1982 at Greenlake, the festival will mark its 30th anniversary this year. Compare with 75, 000 visitors and 25 restaurants participated back in the 80s, Bite of Seattle is expecting more than 450, 000 visitors and over 60 food vendors this year.

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