Concerts on the Green schedule features the people’s choices

July 2, 2015

Every year, the lineups for Issaquah’s Concerts on the Green have some sort of overarching theme. For the 19th season, organizer David Harris thought he’d try something different — let the audience decide.

“At the last concert from last year, I asked the crowd to let me know what bands they’d like to see or see again,” Harris said. “Most bands this year, then, are ones the audience would like to see. A majority are ones they asked to see again.”

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To the Editor

November 4, 2014

Growth

Maybe we should change the name of our city

I propose that we rename Issaquah “Developerville.”

It seems our city government gives the developers anything they want.

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Ukrainian turmoil hits close to home

April 15, 2014

Issaquah resident Yuriy Vasyleha watches news reports of Ukrainian unrest with a mix of heartache and worry.

For him, the conflict occurring a world away is immensely personal, because the eastern-European nation is his native country, and where most of his relatives still call home.

“I feel really bad, but I cannot do anything,” he said.

Ukraine native Yuriy Vasyleha and wife Helen, now Issaquah residents, sit among the country’s Carpathian Mountains wearing Ukrainian folk attire in 2002. Contributed

Ukraine native Yuriy Vasyleha and wife Helen, now Issaquah residents, sit among the country’s Carpathian Mountains wearing Ukrainian folk attire in 2002.
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Protests erupted in November, after then-Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych’s cabinet balked at signing a trade deal with the European Union, reportedly at the behest of Moscow.

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