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Andrea K M Capere
I hope to one day be glamorous.
I hope to one day be glamorous.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: Please RSVP and invite all your cool friends by July 28th so I get an accurate number. Thanks for your prompt reply! 

Join me to celebrate my 30th birthday!

I want all you Barry Gibbs and Donna Summers to boogey on the dance floor with us to the sweet jams DJ Schmidi. Enjoy the best hits 1978-1981 had to offer!

We'll have our own private, no-host bar and portion of the club (The Grotto) which some suspect was the original speakeasy.

Don't be a square. The dress code is obvious: polyester as hell. Jumpsuits, metallic dresses, lamé, high waisted jeans/bell bottoms, and leisure suits. Bonus points for rollerskates (just don't fall on your ass).


Want kind of present should I bring? 
They aren't necessary, but you can find out about the kind of stuff I dig on my Pinterest board ( Again - totally not necessary!

Want to buy me a drink?
Not necessary. I'm not drinking!

Where the hell do I find clothes like that?
Try your local Goodwill or Value Village!

Can I bring a friend?
Girl, you can bring all your friends. The more the merrier!

We'll catch you on the flip side.

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Namibia Nine will premiere on February 28 at 6:30 p.m., to coincide with Black History Month celebrations.

The film explores the impact that access to education can make in the life of an individual, even in the face of an oppressive regime. 

Over the course of five years in the 1990s, one-hundred young Namibian leaders studied at various Lutheran colleges in the United States as a post-apartheid strategy to mobilize for the country’s independence. Nine of those young leaders studied at, and graduated from, Pacific Lutheran University.

The premiere will take place at the Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on the PLU campus.

Six of the Namibian alumni will be in attendance for the event, as well as filmmakers and PLU alumni Andrea K M Capere and Princess Reese, as well as production assistant Shunying Wang.

Namibia Nine is sponsored by the Wang Center for Global Education at Pacific Lutheran University. The project is supervised by Professor Joanne M. Lisosky, Ph.D., and Melannie Denise Cunningham, M.B.A. and Director of Multicultural Recruitment at PLU.

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This is basically my dream home.
Tree House .....

Tree houses or tree forts are platforms or buildings constructed around, next to or among the trunk or branches of one or more mature trees while above ground level. Tree houses can be used for recreation, work space, habitation, observation or as temporary retreats.
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So rad.
On approach to dwarf planet Ceres, our Dawn spacecraft has acquired its latest and closest-yet snapshot of this mysterious world. Details: 

This animation showcases a series of images Dawn took on approach to Ceres on Feb. 4, 2015 at a distance of about 90,000 miles (145,000 kilometers) from the dwarf planet.
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Added photos to Community Media Summit 2015: Stronger Together.

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Join us at the DoubleTree Suites Southcenter in Tukwila, WA on March 27th and 28th 2015 for a regional community media summit. What is community media? To borrow a concept from Zane Ibrahim, founder of Bush Radio in South Africa; he saw community radio as being "90% community and 10% radio." No matter which platform you produce media for, it applies. 



We're stronger together. For the first time, we're producing a summit where radio, television, online news, podcasters, bloggers, and independent media makers can discuss existing partnership models and develop new ones. We'll apply it to content, community engagement, fundraising, and infrastructure.


We'll have networking and mingling events both evenings. Join us for one or for both!

Friday, March 27th
Ice-Breaker Bowling at ACME Bowl

Saturday, March 28th
Post-BOTNW Gathering


The Best of the Northwest Awards has been a fixture of Community Media and PEG for over 20 years. This event is a chance for you to showcase exceptional programs in community access television and radio/podcast. This prestigious contest honors outstanding programs produced by community access (including government access) or local origination television channels in the Northwest region (Alaska, Alberta, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming) of the Alliance for Community Media. Your content does not need to have aired, just be non-commercial in nature.

We're looking for programs that you take pride in! Programs that people watched and appreciated, that made a difference in your community, and demonstrated all that community access has to offer. If your entry was credited in the calendar years of 2013 and 2014, it is eligible.

Entries are due February 20. Enter your programs today!


Use #BOTNW2015 on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram when talking about the awards. Don't forget to take a selfie with your shiny new plaque!


Full Conference registration includes lunch both days and entrance into the Best of the Northwest Awards

Friday Only includes lunch

Saturday Only includes lunch & Best of the Northwest Awards

$125 full conference / $60 on day Friday / $85 one day Saturday

Student Rate
$75 full conference / $35 one day Friday / $50 one day Saturday 



The Summit has a block of rooms reserved at a special conference rate for the duration of the event. Each room is $109 a night, and you must call the hotel to book at this rate. Mention that you're visiting for the Stronger Together Community Media Summit.

Room block cut off date is March 12, 2015 Reservations made after that will be at regular hotel rate.

Doubletree at Southcenter
16500 Southcenter Parkway
Seattle, WA 98188
(206) 575-8220

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Added photos to Inbetween: One Body, Two Spirits, Third Gender.

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Come to an evening of film and panel discussion regarding gender, colonialism, and bucking the binary.

The night will include the work of notable filmmaker and Jack Straw artist-in-residence Danielle Villegas. Dos Almas, an internationally screened film, will screen alongside a mini-documentary about the filmmaker's experiences as a person in-between.

The film, Inbetween, is partially funded by a grant from Seattle's City Arts program in the Office of Arts and Culture. Produced by Andrea K M Capere, edited by Sarah Ricci, music by John Bayman.
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