Last Launch, September 2018

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October 3, 2018

Last Launch, September 2018

…as in this nifty article from the NYTimes closest competitor, the West Seattle Blog. PS, none of this is true, but it makes a great read!

Book launch for

Shepherd Siegel’s ‘Disruptive Play’

And here’s the narrated-by-caption picture gallery from the paisley and green event

[Hint: With headphones on, play Side 2 of Dark Side of the Moon and click on the first photo for the full experience]:

 

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