Stirring Up Seattle

Allied Arts Foundation 4111 E. Madison St. #52 Seattle, WA 98112 University of Washington Press www.washington.edu/uwpress Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Campbell, R. M. (Richard M.) Stirring up Seattle: Allied Arts ...

Stirring Up Seattle

In the 1950s, the city of Seattle began a transformation from an insular, provincial outpost to a vibrant and cosmopolitan cultural center. As veteran Seattle journalist R. M. Campbell illustrates in Stirring Up Seattle: Allied Arts in the Civic Landscape, this transformation was catalyzed in part by the efforts of a group of civic arts boosters originally known as �The Beer and Culture Society.� This �merry band� of lawyers, architects, writers, designers, and university professors, eventually known as Allied Arts of Seattle, lobbied for public funding for the arts, helped avert the demolition of Pike Place Market, and were involved in a wide range of crusades and campaigns in support of historic preservation, cultural institutions, and urban livability.

Seattle in Black and White

The Seattle Times editorial writer Herb Robinson commented on March 20, “Even if only a handful of children are absent from class those two days, the boycott sponsors have accomplished their purpose by stirring up the most vigorous ...

Seattle in Black and White

Seattle was a very different city in 1960 than it is today. There were no black bus drivers, sales clerks, or bank tellers. Black children rarely attended the same schools as white children. And few black people lived outside of the Central District. In 1960, Seattle was effectively a segregated town. Energized by the national civil rights movement, an interracial group of Seattle residents joined together to form the Seattle chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE). Operational from 1961 through 1968, CORE had a brief but powerful effect on Seattle. The chapter began by challenging one of the more blatant forms of discrimination in the city, local supermarkets. Located within the black community and dependent on black customers, these supermarkets refused to hire black employees. CORE took the supermarkets to task by organizing hundreds of volunteers into shifts of continuous picketers until stores desegregated their staffs. From this initial effort CORE, in partnership with the NAACP and other groups, launched campaigns to increase employment and housing opportunities for black Seattleites, and to address racial inequalities in Seattle public schools. The members of Seattle CORE were committed to transforming Seattle into a more integrated and just society. Seattle was one of more than one hundred cities to support an active CORE chapter. Seattle in Black and White tells the local, Seattle story about this national movement. Authored by four active members of Seattle CORE, this book not only recounts the actions of Seattle CORE but, through their memories, also captures the emotion and intensity of this pivotal and highly charged time in America�s history. For more information visit: http://seattleinblackandwhite.org/

Seattle Green

But, he had to admit, young Blake was smart to have snapped up a spectacular fiveacre site north of the city in the ... wealthy Seattleites who felt crowded by the increasingly fractions and demanding hordes stirring up trouble in town.

Seattle Green

When the steamer Continental sails into Puget Sound in the spring of 1866, it carries a precious cargo: mail-order brides who‘ve pledged their futures to men they’d never met. Among them is Maddy Douglas, a beautiful, headstrong, rebellious fifteen year old determined to leave her painful memories behind and build a family and a fortune in an untamed wilderness. So begins the Blanchard dynasty, and an obsession shared by three generations of Blanchard women – an obsession with the Seattle land known as Caleb’s Bluff that for the next century will divide wife from husband, mother from daughter, and brother from brother. Maddy marries Abel, the Blanchard she’s pledged to. But she gives her heart to Caleb, his brother, whose wild romantic soul speaks to her own. Catherine shares her mother’s fierce love for the Blanchard land. But to build an empire and safeguard Caleb’s Bluff, she sacrifices her marriage, denies her true love, and alienates her only daughter. Natalie runs away from Seattle to escape the Blanchards and find her own destiny as a Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist. With it comes a last chance at love. But love is not enough, and destiny awaits her in the place she fled, on the Bluff that calls her home.

Space Oddities

Stirring Up Seattle: Allied Arts in the Civic Landscape. Seattle: U of Washington P, 2014. Print. Center for Democratic Renewal. Background Report on Racist and Far-Right Organizing in the Pacific Northwest.

Space Oddities

"Space Oddities: Difference and Identity in the American City" approaches a space (and place) central to the American imagination-the city. In particular, this volume discusses the paradoxes of American cities and American urban life. In this way, the book critically engages with the paradoxes of the American identity, embodied by cultural practices in, and cultural representations of, urban life in the United States. (Series: American Studies in Austria, Vol. 16) [Subject: Sociology, American Studies, Cultural Studies, Urban Studies]

Shaped by the West Volume 2

Such a poll was stirring up the citizens of the hospitable city of Seattle during the week of my visit there. Pretty constantly it ran about seven wet to one dry. The totals were rather amazing. Not only were polls conducted, ...

Shaped by the West  Volume 2

Shaped by the West is a two-volume primary source reader that rewrites the history of the United States through a western lens. America’s expansion west was the driving force for issues of democracy, politics, race, freedom, and property. William Deverell and Anne F. Hyde provide a nuanced look at the past, balancing topics in society and politics and representing all kinds of westerners—black and white, native and immigrant, male and female, powerful and powerless—from more than twenty states across the West and the shifting frontier. The sources included reflect the important role of the West in national narratives of American history, beginning with the pre-Columbian era in Volume 1 and taking us to the twenty-first century in Volume 2. Together, these volumes cover first encounters, conquests and revolts, indigenous land removal, slavery and labor, race, ethnicity and gender, trade and diplomacy, industrialization, migration and immigration, and changing landscapes and environments. Key Features & Benefits: Expertly curated personal letters, government documents, editorials, photos, and never before published materials offer lively, vivid introductions to the tools of history. Annotations, captions, and brief essays provide accessible entry points to an extraordinarily wide range of themes—adding context and perspective from leaders in the field. Highlights connections between western and national histories to foster critical thinking about America’s diverse past and today’s challenging issues.

Lonely Planet Seattle

Expect bar staff with styled hair and wearing waistcoats shaking and stirring up a storm. The small food plates have a large fan base, especially the seared pork belly. FUEL COFFEE COFFEE ( MAP GOOGLEMAP ; %206-329-4700; ...

Lonely Planet Seattle

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Seattle is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Make your pilgrimage to the top of the iconic Space Needle, add your gum to the wall at Pike Place Market and pay homage to Jimi Hendrix at the EMP Museum; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Seattle and begin your journey now! Inside Lonely Planet Seattle Travel Guide: Color maps and images throughout Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Cultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience - history, music, cuisine, lifestyle, nightlife Free, convenient pull-out Seattle map (included in print version), plus over 30 color maps Covers downtown, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, Belltown, Seattle Center, Queen Anne, Lake Union, Capitol Hill, the U District, Green Lake, Fremont, Ballard, Discovery Park, and more eBook Features: (Best viewed on tablet devices and smartphones) Downloadable PDF and offline maps prevent roaming and data charges Effortlessly navigate and jump between maps and reviews Add notes to personalise your guidebook experience Seamlessly flip between pages Bookmarks and speedy search capabilities get you to key pages in a flash Embedded links to recommendations' websites Zoom-in maps and images Inbuilt dictionary for quick referencing The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet Seattle , our most comprehensive guide to Seattle, is perfect for both exploring top sights and taking roads less traveled. Looking for just the highlights of Seattle? Check out Pocket Seattle, a handy-sized guide focused on the can't-miss sights for a quick trip. Looking for more extensive coverage? Check out Lonely Planet Washington, Oregon & the Pacific Northwest guide for a comprehensive look at all the region has to offer. About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every Seattle, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveler community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travelers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.

The Game Changer

The affable Moore had been stirring up his teammates to “remember Seattle.” In the interests of civic awareness, Stanford had agreed to play the first game of the series at San Francisco Civic Auditorium. The 8,000 paying customers, ...

The Game Changer

Hank, the nimble; Hank, the quick; Hank, the human corkscrew; Hank, as fast as light; Hank, the rubber-boned man, wrote Roy Cummings after seeing a 19-year-old Hank Luisetti perform for the first time in 1936. Cummings sat alone in a deserted gym trying to describe to his readers what he had just witnessed on the basketball court. Luisetti, who learned the game to a background chorus of fog horns and gulls on San Francisco Bay, would later that year introduce New Yorks basketball legions to the jump shot. Now Philip Pallette has created a riveting account of the basketball life of this eminently shy and decent young man who transformed Stanford basketball from a group of fun-loving dabblers into national champions. The Game Changer is a book that rediscovers the long-forgotten adulation basketball fans felt for Luisetti by tracing his journey from boyhood on to becoming basketballs first matinee idol and the man who changed basketball forever.

Labor Market Politics and the Great War

Gordon Corbaley commented to Blackman that Silcox was " stirring up trouble about his transfer to San Francisco . " 28 There was not a great deal that Blackman could do without risking a break with the powerful Seattle metal unions .

Labor Market Politics and the Great War

During World War I, the Department of Labour established control of the labour market, which angered the states that had created their own employment services. This study examines how federalism influenced the development of government labour market policy in the early 20th century.

Separation of Faith

And the landscape that put neighborhoods and hotels on steep inclines like Nob and Russian Hill was so much like Seattle's, stirring up images of a walk she'd taken with Sinclair on top of Queen Anne Hill that past July.

Separation of Faith

In the summer of 1945, as World War II is ending, Abby Ryan is studying to become a nun. On the serene grounds of the convent in Kettle Falls, Washington, she is assaulted by trespassers and rescued by Sinclair Mellington, a handsome army captain attending a retreat at the institution. Decades later, in the fall of 2008, Isaiah Mellington, a middle-aged unemployed attorney, receives a letter written years earlier by his now deceased father, asking him to wrap up loose ends in the wake of Sister Abby’s passing. He travels to Kettle Falls, expecting to only be there for a weekend; instead, Isaiah discovers that Sister Abby’s loose ends are connected to a life she lived outside the convent. Eight days after his arrival, he is still in Kettle Falls with four women—an aging former nun who is the keeper of Abby’s secrets, a romantic interest of his own, and two others whose lives are being hijacked by Sister Abby’s past. As betrayal encroaches upon Isaiah as well, a half century of lies slowly unravels, shredding the fabric of everything he has ever known and everyone he has ever loved.

Shaded Vision

If he did it, Gambit should be locked up for good—” “Rapists deserve to be castrated—” “The Church of the Earthborn Brethren have been stirring up trouble for a while...we want people to know that most of Seattle doesn't feel this way—” ...

Shaded Vision

It's Valentine's Day and the D'Artigo women are preparing for their friend Iris's wedding. But when Delilah and her sisters get word that the Super Community Center has been bombed, things get really ugly, The evil coyote shifters-the Koyami-are back, and Newkirk, their new leader, has joined forces with a group of rogue sorcerers. Then, just when they think things can't get worse, the demon lord Shadow Wing sends in a new front man, and life really goes to hell...

Black Belt

... stirring up interest among the public. One of Lee's friends and students in Seattle was Ed Hart, who was on hand when Lee got into a tussle with a challenger in Seattle. "What happened was, this Japanese karate man — I don't think ...

Black Belt

The oldest and most respected martial arts title in the industry, this popular monthly magazine addresses the needs of martial artists of all levels by providing them with information about every style of self-defense in the world - including techniques and strategies. In addition, Black Belt produces and markets over 75 martial arts-oriented books and videos including many about the works of Bruce Lee, the best-known marital arts figure in the world.

Worth More Dead

... personal emotional drain and the stirring up of memories and emotions for people in Seattle.” He wanted people in Seattle to forget the double murder. He was working hard on an appeal of his sentence. The premise of his appeal was ...

Worth More Dead

Documents the long and violent criminal career of former Marine sergeant and judo instructor Roland Pitre, Jr., including the long unsolved deaths of his first wife, his second wife, and his lover's husband, and the kidnapping of his third wife's son. Original.

LIFE

... stirring up storms of irritation and enthusiasm in the galleries of New York, London and the Continent. Produced by a variety of artists living around Seattle, the paintings range in style from realistic to nonobjective.

LIFE

LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.

Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen

Seattle Museum Revamped . " Architecture , June 1997 , p . 35 . Hinshaw , Mark . “ Diverse Design from a Rich Year . " Seattle Times / Seattle Post - Intelligencer , November 2 , 1997 , pp . F1 , F6 . Hinshaw , Mark . " Stirring up ...

Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen

Over the past thirty-five years, Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, based in Seattle, has created a body of architecture that is recognized for its ability to merge notions of materiality, craft, and lightness, all of which are richly demonstrated in their work on art collectors' residences and art museums. The firm began its creative existence with architect Jim Olson, whose work in the late 1960s explored the complex relationship between dwellings and the landscape they inhabit. In the early 1970s the growing firm broadened its emphasis to include urbanism and the landscape of the city. Though firmly rooted in the regional features of the Pacific Northwest -- its unique climate and dramatic landscape -- the firm's work extends beyond any regionalist classification. Instead, the projects are characterized by a relaxed modernism that is attuned to its regional context. Each of the projects featured in this volume exhibits a striking use of both natural and highly refined materials, masterful modulation of light, a careful balance between monumentality and intimacy, and frequent collaborations with artists and craftsmen, especially glass artists such as Ed Carpenter. In addition to generous illustrations, including full-color and black-and-white photography and detailed drawings and plans, Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects: Architecture, Art, and Craft features a statement from the firm's partners, explicating their influence and process, and an essay by noted architectural critic Paul Goldberger.

Demonic

... it is the bloody riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention; it is the masked hoodlums smashing up Seattle when bankers came ... Indeed, the very idea of a “community organizer” is to stir up a mob for some political purpose.

Demonic

The demon is a mob, and the mob is demonic. The Democratic Party activates mobs, depends on mobs, coddles mobs, publicizes and celebrates mobs—it is the mob. Sweeping in its scope and relentless in its argument, Demonic explains the peculiarities of liberals as standard groupthink behavior. To understand mobs is to understand liberals. In her most provocative book to date, Ann Coulter argues that liberals exhibit all the psychological characteristics of a mob, for instance: Liberal Groupthink: “The same mob mentality that leads otherwise law-abiding people to hurl rocks at cops also leads otherwise intelligent people to refuse to believe anything they haven’t heard on NPR.” Liberal Schemes: “No matter how mad the plan is—Fraternité, the ‘New Soviet Man,’ the Master Race, the Great Leap Forward, the Cultural Revolution, Building a New Society, ObamaCare—a mob will believe it.” Liberal Enemies: “Instead of ‘counterrevolutionaries,’ liberals’ opponents are called ‘haters,’ ‘those who seek to divide us,’ ‘tea baggers,’ and ‘right-wing hate groups.’ Meanwhile, conservatives call liberals ‘liberals’—and that makes them testy.” Liberal Justice: “In the world of the liberal, as in the world of Robespierre, there are no crimes, only criminals.” Liberal Violence: “If Charles Manson’s followers hadn’t killed Roman Polanski’s wife, Sharon Tate, Clinton would have pardoned him, too, and he’d probably be teaching at Northwestern University.” Citing the father of mob psychology, Gustave Le Bon, Coulter catalogs the Left’s mob behaviors: the creation of messiahs, the fear of scientific innovation, the mythmaking, the preference for images over words, the lack of morals, and the casual embrace of contradictory ideas. Coulter traces the history of the liberal mob to the French Revolution and Robespierre’s revolutionaries (delineating a clear distinction from America’s founding fathers), who simply proclaimed that they were exercising the “general will” before slaughtering their fellow citizens “for the good of mankind.” Similarly, as Coulter demonstrates, liberal mobs, from student radicals to white-trash racists to anti-war and pro-ObamaCare fanatics today, have consistently used violence to implement their idea of the “general will.” This is not the American tradition; it is the tradition of Stalin, of Hitler, of the guillotine—and the tradition of the American Left. As the heirs of the French Revolution, Democrats have a history that consists of pandering to mobs, time and again, while Republicans, heirs to the American Revolution, have regularly stood for peaceable order. Hoping to muddy this horrifying truth, liberals slanderously accuse conservatives of their own crimes—assassination plots, conspiracy theorizing, political violence, embrace of the Ku Klux Klan. Coulter shows that the truth is the opposite: Political violence—mob violence—is always a Democratic affair. Surveying two centuries of mob movements, Coulter demonstrates that the mob is always destructive. And yet, she argues, beginning with the civil rights movement in the sixties, Americans have lost their natural, inherited aversion to mobs. Indeed, most Americans have no idea what they are even dealing with. Only by recognizing the mobs and their demonic nature can America begin to defend itself.

Services Marketing Cases in Emerging Markets

... services for sellers which will help them sell more and make more money,” said Amit Deshpande, an General Manager, Amazon India. This is just the latest in a string of initiatives from the Seattle-based company that is stirring up ...

Services Marketing Cases in Emerging Markets

This casebook provides students and academics in business management and marketing with a collection of case studies on services marketing and service operations in emerging economies. It explores current issues and practices in Asia, across different areas, countries, commercial and non-commercial sectors. This book is important and timely in providing a framework for instructors, researchers, and students to understand the service dynamics occurring in these countries. It serves as an invaluable resource for marketing and business management students requiring insights into the operationalization of services across different geographical areas in Asia. Students will find it interesting to compare and contrast different markets covering important aspects related to services.

Savor Greater Seattle Cookbook

Seattle's Finest Restaurants, Their Recipes and Their Histories Chuck Johnson, Blanche Johnson ... Finish by placing in 400 - degree oven for approximately ten minutes , or until shellfish opens up and excess liquid evaporates .

Savor Greater Seattle Cookbook

Savor Greater Seattle offers a sample of the local experience with a variety of cuisine that reflects the diversity of the area. Half cookbook, half restaurant guide, it includes historical photographs and information about the premier restaurants.

The Lost Vampire Last True Vampire 5

“Not done stirring up trouble all over town, I see.” Cerys saw no reason for pleasantries. “What sort of bullshit have you ... She wanted him to know she had his number. He wasn't in Seattle for any other reason than to stir up shit ...

The Lost Vampire  Last True Vampire 5

The Lost Vampire is the fifth novel in Kate Baxter's passionate, intoxicating and addictively dark Last True Vampire series. An unforgettable, intensely emotional, and hot series for fans of Bella Forrest, J.R. Ward, Nalini Singh and Lara Adrian. Centuries ago, the vampire race was almost destroyed. Now, salvation rests upon one - the last true vampire. Once one of the oldest dhampirs in existence, Saeed now faces a treacherously uncertain future as a vampire. He believes that the only thing that can restore his position within his coven and tether his lost soul is the flame-haired fae who is destined to be his mate. Cerys Bain is a soul thief. She is feared by those who dwell in the supernatural realm - and hopelessly bound to the ruthless mage Rinieri de Rege. The raw, sensual vampire who enters her world is both a threat and an intoxicating temptation: no one has ever made Cerys feel the way Saeed does. But to claim their fate as soulmates, Saeed must first find a way to free Cerys from Rin. Is their desire worth the risk of certain destruction - and eternal doom? Addicted to the wild world of the Last True Vampire? Don't miss the earlier books in the series, The Last True Vampire, The Warrior Vampire, The Dark Vampire and The Untamed Vampire.

Life of an Engineer Akira Aoyama 1878 1963

Hardships in Seattle on the West Coast of America There is almost no material telling the life of Aoyama during his ... With a puff of autumn wind stirring up in Seattle , one could more intensely feel loneliness on the journey from the ...

Life of an Engineer  Akira Aoyama 1878 1963

Aoyama, a civil engineer and high ranking official in the Ministry of the Interior, was also a pupil of Kanzo Uchimura and a member of the Non-Church sect. He served as the model for a story by Kaoru Osanai.