Monthly Archives: October 2020

Unforgotten Seattle: Journalist, museum director and runner Ron Chew discovers the heroes of Seattle’s unforgettable story among everyday people of color

by Glenn Nelson It all snowballed over Ron Chew – book writing and running. One day revealed a delightful synergy to him. He realized that running – moving – changed things in his brain: memories, organization, solutions. In the home stretch after finishing his book, Chew pledged to run 10 …

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Musical biographer Peter Guralnick’s new book covers many topics, including himself

Guralnick is excellent on the first listen to Robert Johnson’s album “King of the Delta Blues Singers”. No one had prepared it; he hadn’t read anything about Johnson; there had been no criticism or publicity. Few of us have the more opportunity to experience art so innocently. There were few …

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Republic television journalist questioned by police

Republic TV reporter Pradeep Bhandari was questioned by police on Saturday after being arrested on October 9 for allegedly obstructing police and assembling a crowd during the BMC’s partial demolition of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut’s bungalow on last month. A case was filed against Bhandari at the Khar Police Station …

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Biden town hall questioner worked as a speechwriter in the Obama administration: report

ABC News mayor attendee Thursday night with Democratic candidate Joe bidenJoe BidenPoll: 71% support Biden’s omicron travel ban Invest in children and families now so that one day I am unemployed. On January 6, the panel votes to despise Meadows PLUS previously worked as a speechwriter in the Obama administration, …

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ABC silent after Biden mayoral attendees identified as Obama’s ex-speechwriter, wife of prominent Democrat

ABC remains silent amid mounting criticism from its town hall with Joe Biden after two of the attendees who questioned the Democratic nominee were identified as an Obama speechwriter and the wife of a prominent Pennsylvania Democrat . One of the interlocutors was Nathan Osburn, who worked for the public …

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