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The New Normal

Teaching Kindergarten in Isolation | Bites

The New Normal

Teaching Kindergarten in Isolation | Bites

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A Kindergarten teacher strives to emotionally connect with her students during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Ballard's Opera Man | Bites

Since March, Stephen Wall has performed daily opera concerts in his East Ballard neighborhood. For Wall, the shows provide a sense of normalcy and balance in his life. For the neighbors, a reason to rejoice and be together from six feet apart.

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Worship on the Small Screen | Bites

Father Strange has been a priest at St. Joseph’s in Issaquah for nearly a decade, ministering to a flock of 4,500 parishioners. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced him and the church to adapt quickly — live-streaming services, conducting socially distanced confessions and trying to keep their community together and uplifted at a time when they have to be physically apart.

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The Survivor | Bites

Sadie Pimpleton is a single grandmother raising her grandchildren in Seattle. She recently survived COVID-19.

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The City Councilwoman | Bites

Varisha Khan is a first-time city councilwoman in Redmond. She drafted, proposed, and passed recent legislation that protects Redmond residents from late fees, evictions and offers support during other hardships.

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