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'Born to be Wild'

...Japanese bikes were common; women, African Americans, and Hispanics took up riding; and it wasn't uncommon to see suited businessmen aboard their bikes. Clubs sprung up in suburbs and cities, but although those riders were noted, they were not feared...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/2015-07-01/book-review
Arts & Entertainment
What others say: Restoring history requires many small steps

In 1899, a group of Seattle businessmen wanted a centerpiece for Pioneer Square. They took a steamship...In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, tourists and businessmen treated Alaska Native culture as another resource to be extracted...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-09-10/what-others-say-restoring-history
Opinion
Voices of Alaska: Don't blame oil tax reform for budget deficit

...result of low oil prices, low oil production and overspending, not oil tax reform.A group of Native leaders, unions, businessmen and thousands of Alaskans who care deeply about Alaska's long-term economic future led a three-year campaign to reform...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-01-28/voices-of-alaska-dont-blame-oil-t
Opinion
Perfect day for the irish and the wearing of Shamrock Green!

...perfect day for the parade and we were very thankful for the weather and the great turnout. This all started when a bunch of businessmen wanted to have a parade to promote local shopping and celebrating so we became the only St. Patrick's Day parade in Alaska...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2015-03-23/perfect-day-for-the-irish-and-th
Dispatch
Rich Lowry: The Kochs ride again

...to better fit the stereotype of the robber baron distorting government for his own ends.But they are the rare breed of businessmen who don't seek special favors from government, who in fact oppose them on principle. They are capitalists who hate crony...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-02-01/rich-lowry-the-kochs-ride-again
Opinion
Wolf: Some regulations passed without considering the impacts

As a resident, businessmen and philanthropist I've made the Kenai Peninsula my home for the past 22 years. Originally coming to Kenai in 1975, as a teenager...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2012-09-26/wolf-some-regulations-passed-with
Opinion
Rich Lowry: Creep meets girl

...story, except the boy is a dangerous creep.As countless millions already know, the story centers around 27-year-old businessman Christian Grey's seduction of ingenue Anastasia Steele, a college student. He is older and wealthy. She is young and...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-02-18/rich-lowry-creep-meets-girl
Opinion
Sturman a proven voice for community

...Mike Navarre. Let's not forget that Navarre was appointed this year to sit on the CPGH Inc. Board, which is full of businessmen, who desire to sell our hospital while it is at its "maximum value." Do not think the battle for our hospital is over...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2011-10-24/sturman-a-proven-voice-fo
Letters
Saw Fest 2009 Artists carve out Alaskan humor

...most of all in the pleasure the pieces bring to our visitors," said Hanson. Judging this year's event were a group of businessmen that included Soldotna Mayor Peter Micciche and Kenaitze tribe member and recording artist Bunny Swan. "This was my first...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/072809/dis_471891975.shtml

NEW YORK - History of Jeans:1873: Businessman Levi Strauss and tailor Jacob Davis invent the first pair of jeans after getting a patent to create cotton-denim workpants with...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/2014-09-06
Community

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