The Daily Mash-Up

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 This Week's Paper

To help unite families and friends in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, Comcast will provide free calls to the Philippines for its 10.5 million Xfinity Voice residential customers nationwide. This applies to calls made to the Philippines by customers from Nov. 8 through Nov. 22, 2013.
Credits and waived fees will be automatic, and no additional steps are required by customers. Comcast will cover fees for calls made to both landline and mobile phones. Comcast’s subscriber terms and conditions otherwise apply.
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Roman Meal Company Chairman Of The Board Honored as UW Alum

Charles Matthaei, Chairman of the Board at Tacoma-based Roman Meal Company, was presented with the 2013 University of Washington Distinguished Alumni Veteran Award at the Veterans Day Celebration and Ceremony at the Medal of Honor Memorial, University of Washington yesterday.

Matthaei was recognized for his naval service and a lifetime of philanthropy, civic activism and passionate advocacy of research and programs that promote wellness.

The ceremony concluded the UW's Veterans Appreciation Week, which commemorated Veterans Day 2013 and honored UW students, alumni, faculty and… Read More

To help people get information about those affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, Click! Cable TV has opened The Filipino Channel (TFC) free of charge to all of its customers through Nov. 15.
Customers with a digital set-top box may access TFC on channel 391; those without a set-top box can access TFC by programming their digital TV to 90.391.
Questions? Call Click! at (253) 502-8900.

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City Recognized for Technology Initiatives

The City of Tacoma earned the No. 7 ranking in its population category in the 2013 Digital Cities Survey by the Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities program for the implementation of its new technology-related initiatives during the past year.

Image of the Digital Cities Initiative Winter 2013 logo“It’s exciting for Tacoma to be recognized for the work it has done to improve citizen access to government services,” said Jack Kelanic, interim director of the Information Technology… Read More

News Haiku: The pig lives

The masses have spoken. The News Haiku is back for the month of November to celebrate Art at Work month. Here is a recap of the news as presented in a haiku.

Perceval gets play;
Seattle scribes take note;
Call him "she," although.

Now you try it: American haiku consist of 17 “ons” (also known as morae), in three phrases of five, seven and five… Read More

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