Monthly Archives: March 2012

Selling Story

I’ve been working with a colleague on last year’s Annual Report for 4Culture, the arts, heritage and preservation agency I work for in King County. The challenge is to deliver the facts and figures that are the very reason for … Continue reading

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Pinteresting

I have caved to Pinterest. I opened a Beta account early on, thinking to use it in my work for 4Culture, King County’s cultural arts organization. So much of what we do is visual and so many of us in the … Continue reading

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Second Fiddle and Count Down

I have recently read two middle grade books that involve military families, crossroads in history and engaging girls in the process of discovering their place in the world. Second Fiddle by Rosanne Parry takes place in Berlin just after the … Continue reading

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