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Pike Place Market celebration! Saturday, Oct. 23, 10am - 4pm

Fifty Years ago, there was a successful populist revolt in Seattle! There is a lesson for progressives to learn from the past successful effort to save the Pike Place Market from being torn down. 


Coming Up For Air

As we come up for air and look around, it is clear that the COVID-19 pandemic is not nearly over. Just yesterday the president pledged a half a billion doses to marginalized countries, matched by other members of the G7, as new variants of the virus appear.  


An “Autonomous” Seattle Demonstrators' Street Threatens America – What?

President Donald Trump from his New Jersey private golf club tweeted on June 12, that “The terrorists burn and pillage our cities.” He was referring to demonstrators occupying three blocks along a single street, in Seattle’s most culturally active neighborhood. Trump demanded that the mayor and governor, “Must end this Seattle takeover now!” Or else he would call in the army.  


PR for People® THE CONNECTOR – MARCH 2020

This month, we shine the spotlight on the Italian author Marcella Nardi, who was born in the small medieval town Castelfranco Veneto. Nardi has published nineteen books, some of which are technically novellas.


The ultimate startup? Preschool education!

At the Second Nordic Innovation Summit, held recently at the National Nordic Museum in Seattle, there was a convergence of startups from blue tech (maritime), green/clean tech, financial innovation and smart cities. But there was one presenter that made the most convincing argument of all for its standing as a startup. Helsinki International Schools (HEI Schools) is a new enterprise that is licensing its Finnish early education model to schools around the globe.