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  • Blessing of the Fleet hooks blue skies
    Blue skies made a rare appearance during this year’s Blessing of the Fleet ceremony at Fishermen’s Terminal. The ceremony offers prayers that the commercial fishers leaving for Pacific and Alaskan waters have safe travels and a happy reunion, that their harvests be fruitful, and that they be good stewards of the ocean’s resources.
  • Seattle Pacific offering AI students transfer scholarship

    The sudden closure of the Art Institute of Seattle on Friday has put many students’ futures in question, including those who were close to graduating at the end of this quarter. In response, Seattle Pacific University is offering a $3,000 transfer scholarship to eligible AI students who want to continue pursuing their degrees.

  • Coffee thief celebrates 25 years in business
    “We were right next door to Starbucks,” said Caffe Ladro founder Jack Kelly. “And people thought we were crazy and asked if we were going to steal all of their customers. And one of my employees said, ‘Yeah, we are the coffee thieves.’ So that’s how that got started. We were just a rag-tag bunch of kids.”
  • WWII veteran receives Legion of Honor
    World War II veteran and Queen Anne resident Duane Hyde was the guest of honor last month at the French Consulate in San Francisco, where Consul General Emmanuel Lebrun-Damiens presented the 95-year-old veteran with the Legion of Honor Medal, the highest order of merit in France for outstanding achievements in military or civilian life.

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