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Real Change Newspaper
Table of Contents
September 28, 2011, Vol. 18, No. 39
Note: Issue says Vol. 18, No. 37 in error
- Wild Life. Alone in Olympic National Park, Photographer Bryant Carlin Finds His Focus. P. 6
- Last Words From David Foster Wallace
- Supermarket in a Box
- Knock It Off. Street Papers Fight Fakes
- Making Free Rides Pay. How will Metro save $3 million?
Table of Contents:
Social Security office must be accessible to all by Alex K. F. Doolittle & Thalia Syracopoulos, Page 2
Director’s Corner by Timothy Harris, Page 2
Easy money? By nixing free rides and giving out bus tickets, Metro stands to save $3 million. The fun part is figuring out how by Rosette Royale, Page 3
- Picture: A protestor greets President Obama during his Sept. 25 visit 25 visit to Seattle, Page 3
- Photo by Elliot Stoller
Letter to the Editor: With Starbucks, Howard Schultz creates opportunity, not poverty by Pat Thompson | Seattle, Page 3
Dutch street papers introduce “quality mark” to fight fakes by Danielle Batist, Street News Service
- Picture: The real ‘Straatjournaal’ (left), and the almost identical fake version (right).
- Photo courtesy Street News Service
Out of the box. Temporary grocery store creates oasis in Delridge “food desert” by Alison Sargent, Page 5.
- Picture 1. Stockbox turns a shipping container into a corner store.
- Picture 2. Jacqueline Gjugevich, a co-creator of Stockbox.
- Picture 3. Carrie Ferrence, a co-creator
- Picture 4. Customers are often surprised by Stockbox’s selection
- Photos by Rich Mealey
An Olympic visual symphony. Photographer and Real Change vendor Bryant Carlin plans to spend three months capturing the removal of two Elwha River dams by Rosette Royale, Pages 6, 7, 11
- Picture 1. The north face of Mt. Olympus.
- Picture 2. Bryant Carlin in the Queets River. Photo by Anthony Pusiteri
- Picture 3. Alders reflect off a back wash of the Queets River
- Picture 4. Black-tailed deer, Mt. Angeles
- Picture 5. ‘Angel wing’ cloud formation, Hurricane Ridge
- Picture 6. Moss-draped broadleaf maple, Bogachiel Rain Forest
A burdened author plumbs the depths of boredom. Book Review: The Pale King: An Unfinished Novel by David Foster Wallace. Review by Joe Martin, Page 8
Adventures in Irony. The truth is out there, but aliens may be too spooked to speak it with © Dr. Wes Browning, Page 9
Faith, Culture, Politics: The hotbed of revolutionary activity: the church next door by Rev. Rich Lang, Page 9.
Poem: Goats by Larry Crist, Page 9
Crossword: The Best Part of Waking Up. Puzzle by Patrick “Mac” McIntyre, Page 10
Global Vendor: Heather Coles, Philadelphia by Dayle Fraschilla, One Step Away, Philadelphia, PA, Page 11
Calendar, Page 12
Copy of issue was obtained from microfiche in the University of Washington Suzzallo Library.