Puzzle, a Viszla mix dog, has been lost near Gas Works Park - Have you seen her? Photo provided by Friend of Puzzle
On Thursday, July 12th, a 60lb. black Viszla mix dog ran away, and her family is very anxious to see her back home. She got lost near Gas Works Park – last seen in Wallingford near 45th Street – after the thunderstorms.
A picture of Puzzle, lost near Gas Work Park on July 12th, 2012 Photo provided by Friend of Puzzle
Black except for a small, white badge on her chest, and some greying fur around her muzzle, the dog named Puzzle is very shy, especially around men, and is likely to run away if approached.
Please call Karen, at 215/703-7244, or Cheryl, at 301/919-4396, if you see Puzzle, or manage to make friends with her. The family is offering a $500 reward for the return of Puzzle, but mostly we all want to see her back home! Can you help?
On July 19th, at 7:30p, at West of Lenin, find out what happens when a poetic imagination is given access to PowerPoint – and far too much free time!
West of Lenin and Ripple Productions will present an evening of poetic explorations in slideshow form with ‘Poets, Powerpoint & A Delightful Misuse of Company Time.’
Tickets to this one-night-only event cost $30 (available at Brown Paper Tickets,) with the proceeds to benefit Humanities Washington.
Conceived by Humanities Washington trustee (and West of Lenin proprietor) A.J. Epstein and Washington State Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken, the evening will feature presentation by celebrated artists including Keri Healey, Peter Pereira, Martha Silano, Molly Tenenbaum, Barbara Earl Thomas, and other special guests.
Come enjoy a special and unique opportunity as each writer presents original work accompanied by a digital slideshow that will meld the visual and the word using PowerPoint poetics. This event is 21+ only.