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Black parents, students and teachers will discuss and give input on the new proposed boundary scenarios  

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Vivian Phillips, interim co-chair of the Central Area Arts and Cultural District Committee, and Tyrone Brown, Executive Director of BrownBox Theatre, help facilitate a community discussion at the first public meeting about the development of an Arts and Cultural District in Seattle. Photo By Susan Fried 

Flood Prevention, Mailbox Peak Trailhead, Metro Improves ADA Announcements, and more... 

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The Hollywood Theatre has scheduled an encore screening of HOLLA: Challenging the Narrative for Kids of Color in America’s Whitest City for 7 p.m. Nov. 20. 

Black Lives Matter, ‘HOLLA’ Screening, Students of Color at PSU and more... 

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animated mural by acclaimed GIF-ITI artist INSA 

Planned Parenthood Enrollment Fair, Health Insurance Shopping Season and more... 

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Math Fest 

Entrepreneurship Month, Hub Bellevue to host launch party, Support to Protect Families from E. Coli... 

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 Workshop attendees will learn the history and techniques behind African storytelling   

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SNAP Employment & Training Center of Excellence 

Mayor Murray’s State of Emergency Over Homelessness, First-Ever SNAP Employment & Training Center, and more...  

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All Gresham area businesses are encouraged to participate in Fill-A-Bag food drive on Friday, Nov. 6, 2015 

 Gresham area Businesses Food Drive, Coffee and Conversation for Senior LGBT Community, Forum Theatre Seeks Actors, and more.. 

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The fair will feature tips on storing water, preparing one's home, cargo bike rallies and more   

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A sample of cannabis is shown in a sniffer at Shango Premium Cannabis, in Portland , Ore., Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015. Oregon marijuana stores have begun sales to recreational users, marking a big day for the budding pot industry in the state. Some of the more than 250 dispensaries in Oregon that already offer medical marijuana opened their doors early Thursday to begin selling the drug just moments after it became legal to do so. (AP Photo/Timothy J. Gonzalez) 

Central Oregon dispensaries reporting thousands of customers purchasing recreational marijuana  

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