Westside-O-Rama West Seattle Entertainment Guide

Entertainment and Venue listings

Admiral Theater
2343 California Ave. S.W.
938-3456
Movie tickets $5.50

On Tuesday, we celebrate Seniors (over 60) with one dollar off all day, $4.75. 
Tickets and showtimes available at http://farawayentertainment.com/location/admiral-theater/

ArtsWest
4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116
206) 938-0339

Beveridge Place Pub
6413 California Ave. S.W.
932-9906
Happy Hour: Monday through Friday, 3 to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 2 to 6 p.m.
www.beveridgeplacepub.com/

The Bridge

"The Bridge
6301 California Ave. S.W.
206.402.4606
Food till Midnight every day!
OUR HOURS
MON-FRI: 11AM - 2AM
SAT & SUN: 9AM - 2AM
HAPPY HOUR Monday-Saturday
3PM -6PM (food & drinks) 11PM- 1AM (drinks only)
10% discount (on beverages) for Teachers & Military with ID

Saturday- Brunch at 9am-2pm, full menu at 2pm
Sunday- Brunch at 9am-2pm, full menu at 2pm

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Sunset of the week 1-30-17

If you would like to obtain some well considered financial advice, contact Sarah Cecil 206-938-6017.

Brought to you by Sarah Cecil Financial Advisor with Edwards Jones Investments.

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Pat's View: For Love of Money

By Pat Cashman

There sure has been a lot said and written about the topic of money. You know, money---
that green stuff that has pictures of the presidents on it like George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Benjamin Franklin?

Warren Buffet---inventor of meals in which guests serve themselves---has been quoted on the subject of money. “Rule number one: Never lose money. Rule number two: Never forget rule number one.” That’s billionaire humor.

The famed painter, Pablo Picasso (who had a Blue Period, a Rose Period, a Crystal Period---but never a semi-colon) once said, “I’d like to live as a poor man with lots of money.”

And W.C. Fields said, “A rich man is nothing but a poor man with money.” So true, my little chickadee.
Ever since the idea of money was first invented, mankind has shown repeatedly that it will do almost anything to obtain it. Bonnie and Clyde, John Dillinger and other robbers helped themselves to plenty of bank loot---never even having the courtesy to fill out a single withdrawal slip.

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