December 2009

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41 articles in December 2009

We rekindled an old tradition that died out 10 or 12 years ago. Our early Christmas celebration with the Hanberg side of the family used to include a 3-on-3 or 4-on-4 touch football game. I use "football" loosely, here. Plays include hidden ball tricks, singing Jingle Bells to distract the …

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My apologies for a lack of posting! I had a really good Friday. I spent all day with the Tacoma Arts Commission reviewing grant applications. Foundation/Commission philanthropy is a fascinating process, one I have really enjoyed with the Community Foundation and so I was glad to have the opportunity to …

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In 25th Hour Edward Norton gives what is perhaps the best performance of his career in what is easily one of the best movie’s of Spike Lee’s filmography. Norton plays a convicted drug dealer headed to prison for seven years. Before he goes Monty Brogan has twenty-four hours to say goodbye, and he spends …

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This year’s Christmas tree has a pretty simple theme of red and silver. This is a result of timing mostly–I just didn’t have enough time to make the ornaments I wanted to. Still, a simple theme can be very nice. And the main thing is just having a lot of …

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