SHOW #47 (February 22, 2015)
CYBER ATTACKS WILL GET WORSE, EXPERT PREDICTS.
America’s favorite retailers, FCC set to vote on ‘Net Neutrality’ rules and dealing with the pet overpopulation problem.
 

         
     
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NBC: Millions of Children Exposed to Identity Theft

NBC: Americans Feel Less Satisfied with Shopping Experience

The Federal Communications Commission is set to vote on new net neutrality regulations at its February 26 meeting. USA Today has a very good backgrounder on this: The ins and outs of net neutrality

KOMO: Help Fight Pet Overpopulation

Vetstreet: Spaying or Neutering Your Pet

Indigenous Beauty
Seattle Art Museum: Feb 12 – May 17, 2015

See some of the most stunning works of American Indian art ever made: drawings, sculptures, baskets, beaded regalia and masks. You will marvel at nearly 2,000 years of amazing skill and invention. More information…

February 28 is Community Day: A free celebration of Native American art, culture, music and dance from 10 am to 3 pm. Acclaimed artist, dancer, and storyteller Ty Defoe will lead story time in the galleries and a hoop dance performance and workshop for all ages. First 500 attendees get into the galleries for free. Tickets will be available at both entrances on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 10 am.



 

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