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Patrick Dunn
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JOB OPENING: Program Director, Phinney Neighborhood Association​: http://bit.ly/1I7RztY
Because sometimes your dream job involves directing a tool library, soup kitchen, art gallery, education program, farmers market, home fair, and cultural engagement effort all at once. (And also because, at other times, it's helpful to work next door to Phinney Ridge Starbucks​ & Red Mill Burgers​.) 
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Half a mile, uphill, in the rain.  Impressive on all levels.

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As the PhinneyWood neighborhood continues to grow with new developments and restaurants, this annual event offers a nice chance for local food security to be supported by that growth rather than divorced from it.  (It's also quite yummy.)

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Nice opportunity to learn even more about the Sharing Economy and throw in your two cents about its future in Seattle.  +Shareconomy Movie screens tonight at +Impact Hub Seattle.

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So loudly funny.  So quietly generous. 

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Thomas Piketty’s 685 page "Capital" might be the most celebrated & unread bestseller ever. Here's a nice article if you, like most, maybe lost a little steam around page 26.

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One of my two favorite mobile units was seen rolling along in the Grand Parade today. If you didn't have a chance to cheer on the +West Seattle Food Bank's new van this morning, be sure to swing by West Seattle Outdoor Movies tonight to see Gravity on the wall of +Hotwire Online Coffeehouse. Proceeds will benefit both the West Seattle & White Center Food Banks.
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It's officially impossible to resent big box hardware stores this week with +The Home Depot planning to introduce 3D printing and employees at +Lowe's Home Improvement restoring one's faith in humanity (right along with some broken wheelchair bolts.) It seems Makers and Fixers are now everywhere.

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There are very few places where you can witness back-to-back demonstrations of rapid prototyping and backyard beer making.  Don't miss your chance today at West Seattle GreenLife. Great demos all weekend!  http://www.sustainablewestseattle.org/2014/06/11787/
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Perhaps the most promising proclamation of the Obama presidency. Hope you enjoy the first ever National Day of Making!
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