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Kitsap Pumas Soccer Club defeat Tacoma Tide
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Next weekend, Judy Vigoren can be found shooting daggers across the felt, eyeing the competition at Las Vegas’ World Series of Poker. “People say it’s scary. I stare them down, I threaten them with my eyes,” said Vigoren, 67, a Snohomish resident who nabbed the No. 2 slot at Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort’s recent World Series of Poker satellite event. She plays poker sans the typical eyewear to better “play the players.”
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Though starting your own seedlings can be rewarding, it takes lots of time. Once seedlings are started they need daily care. If you are short of time or away frequently the latter is for you. Seedlings also take up indoor space protected from animals and small children. This year you may want to buy bedding or mature plants from a commercial grower. This isn’t considered cheating and guarantees results.
- posted Jun 14, 2010 at 1:37 PM— updated Jun 15, 2010 at 12:05 PM
The Puget Sound is catching to the eye; tourists come to see lolling waves, whales and palm-sized shoreline treasures. For watershed locals, Suquamish filmmaker John Williams wants to develop an awareness of the sound's tinier elements — inhabitants so small, the human eye alone can't sense them. "Hearing the words is one thing, but actually seeing these creatures and getting to know them as neighbors is another," Williams said.
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A book written by a South Kitsap High graduate has been selected by the Kitsap Regional Library for its “One Book, One Community” program. The library hopes come October, its county-wide patrons will join in reading and discussing “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet,” a book about Chinese and Japanese families living in Seattle at the time of Pearl Harbor. The “One Book, One Community” program is designed to encourage reading and book discussion.
- posted Jun 15, 2010 at 3:27 PM— updated Jun 16, 2010 at 9:41 AM
Comedy legend Gallagher will shower his audience with humor — and splash them with plenty of other things too — at his show at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 24, at the Admiral Theatre, 515 Pacific Avenue, Bremerton.