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When it comes to large-scale conflict, there exists a constant element of uncertainty. Political biases, loyalties, and obligations tend to obscure or stifle what’s truly happening on the ground, leading to embellishment at best, and disinformation at worst. This “fog of war” can be a major impediment to all parties involved— opposing factions, civilians, and journalists. Affected too are neutral observers like Castner; independent arbiters of accountability tasked with reporting military misconduct.
Capitol Hill’s food scene is slowly becoming more and more diverse; new restaurants and cafes have opened in recent months, including the new Venezuelan spot, Paparepas. The new Asian market, M2M, has also recently opened…
I could lie to myself, but I won’t. Inland Empire (2006), presented at the Beacon Cinema, was monotonously schizophrenic. There will be a point in the stuffy dark, after and amidst all the nonsense where you’re trying to remember the plot, that you realize you will never get these three hours back.
It's hard to understand a love you've never experienced. I always wonder if love needs to be understood. There is such a thing as unspoken love. Words don't fit into all relationships, and still love can be lived. A look, a smell, a lick, a bark, and paws asking for affection also “speak.”
Ugly Mug Cafe originated in 1995 in the University District. In the midst of the college scene, Ugly Mug takes on the lively essence of U-District’s inhabitants, while still aiming to provide a refuge of coziness and warmth. The current owners of the cafe and roastery began as mere baristas at Ugly Mug. However, with a yearning to improve and elevate the cafe, Ugly Mug was eventually passed into their hands.
May 15 at Westlake Center, a rally was organized to protest the Israeli occupation of Palestine, in light of the recent murder of Palestinian-American Journalist Shereen Abu Aqleh, and to call for an end to United States relations with Israel.
While numerous farmers markets are bound to reopen next month, year-round markets––such as the Ballard and University Farmers Markets––are maintaining the front. However, for the sake of a fresh landscape, my ventures led me to Fishermen’s Terminal for a look into Seattle’s local fish selection. Although seasonal produce cannot be found lining the docks of the pier, sustainable and wild-caught fish make a great addition to other farmers market finds.