Today's PDN front page picked among newspapers telling story of federal shutdown
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Look for Santa's Toy and Food Fire Brigade tonight through Friday night in Sequim neighborhoods -- 12/9/13 -11:20 PM
Today's PDN Page 1 . . . and read faster, absorb more -- 12/9/13 -07:04 PM
PENINSULA HOME FUND — A 'hand-up' as a former social worker remakes his life -- 12/9/13 -07:01 PM
Breakfast special (with a free Peninsula Daily News) continues at 'The Bear' in Sequim -- 12/3/13 -06:20 PM
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As an aside, the PDN front page is among an amazing daily array of front pages appearing on The Newseum's website. For some fun browsing, click here:
We are proud to be among the Newseum's array of front pages daily. The privately funded Newseum (which is one of the few Washington, D.C., museums still open during the shutdown) has seven levels containing interactive exhibits that explore how news affects our shared experience of historic moments. In all, there are 15 theaters and 15 galleries.
Next time you visit Washington, D.C., we recommend that you plan to spend time at the Newseum, which is located at 555 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., between the U.S. Capitol and the White House and just one block from the National Mall.
And be sure to look up the PDN's front page of that day on one of the computer screens!
Last modified: October 01. 2013 11:51AM