Life

Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter Above

Five generations pamper Island feet

Tabit family cobblers combine fit and fashion at Chick’s Shoes

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Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter Above

Perfect blends of old and new

Nancy Hilliard
Around the Island

  • Nov 24, 2008

John Davis: a legacy in law, living long and living well

Rebecca Mar
Mercer Island Reporter

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Real estate in flux

42 homes added to market in 3 weeks

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Tom Castor/Special to the Reporter Islanders Tom Castor and Louise Wilkinson witnessed first-hand the struggle between Tibet and China on their visit to the region last month.

Struggle for Tibet

Islanders Tom Castor and Louise Wilkinson traveled to India to meet with friends and found themselves in the middle of a protest that led to a swift and harsh response by the Chinese authorities.

  • Nov 24, 2008
Tom Castor/Special to the Reporter Islanders Tom Castor and Louise Wilkinson witnessed first-hand the struggle between Tibet and China on their visit to the region last month.

What to do when wait-listed for college

Joan Franklin
On College

  • Nov 24, 2008
Can we talk? Questions for you!

Can we talk? Questions for you!

Nancy Hilliard
Around the Island

  • Nov 24, 2008
Can we talk? Questions for you!
Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter Matzo Roca Candy.

Don’t pass over the desserts

A Jewish holiday’s tasty final course

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Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter Matzo Roca Candy.

Island Crest Way & Merrimount

The city is holding a drop-in meeting tonight, April 16, at the Community Center at Mercer View between 7 and 9 p.m. about the effectiveness of temporary improvements at the intersection of Island Crest Way and Merrimount Drive. For more information, please visit the project Web page, www.mercergov.org/ICWMerrimount.

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Fumiko Yarita/Bellevue Reporter Former Mercer Island School District counselor

Haitian paintings’ legacy will continue

Carrie Wood
Reporter Newspapers

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Fumiko Yarita/Bellevue Reporter Former Mercer Island School District counselor

Yellow bird’s jingle is catchy

Frances Wood
On Birds

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Argentina — and then some: the Far Pavilions

Argentina — and then some: the Far Pavilions

Argentina is more than Buenos Aires, and Mercer Islanders traveling to Pampas Country have been hitting those “far pavilions” lately and happily.

  • Nov 24, 2008
Argentina — and then some: the Far Pavilions
Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter Author and motivational speaker
Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter Author and motivational speaker

Visiting a college on the weekend

Joan Franklin

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Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter Kris and Chuck Kusak are pictured in the showroom at Kusak Cut Glass Works in the Rainier Valley last week.

Kusak is region’s best family business

Mary L. Grady
Mercer Island Reporter

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Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter Kris and Chuck Kusak are pictured in the showroom at Kusak Cut Glass Works in the Rainier Valley last week.

Auer named to ‘Heroes of Emergency Medicine’

Rebecca Mar
Mercer Island Reporter

  • Nov 24, 2008

The late Nin Elliott ‘returns’ for a month

Nancy Hilliard
Around the Island

  • Nov 24, 2008

A quiet and sincere ‘Thank you’

Elizabeth Celms
Mercer Island Reporter

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Bellevue’s skate plaza a regional attraction

Standing on a skateboard for his first time ever in brown dress shoes, a helmet and knee pads over his khakis, state Rep. Ross Hunter glides down the ramp.

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‘Lives interrupted’ are recognized

‘Lives interrupted’ are recognized

Islander gets diploma 66 years after internment camp detention

  • Nov 24, 2008
‘Lives interrupted’ are recognized